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COM ARTS 262: Theory and Practice of Argumentation and Debate (Spring 2022) : Scholarly Journal Articles

Databases for Scholarly Journal Articles

You will need to find evidence.  Evidence is what will give your argument credibility.  You will tend to find evidence in scholarly articles and academic books, research and statistics from the government, and polling numbers in terms of what groups of people think.  Below are databases for scholarly journal articles, both multi-subject and subject-specific.  Use the buttons on the left to find databases for government databases, polling and statistical data, and policy and politics in the United States.

Multi-Subject 

Subject-Specific

Example: Scholarly Journal Article

 

Wiesing, Urban. "Should Performance-Enhancing Drugs in Sport Be Legalized under Medical Supervision?." Sports Medicine, vol. 41, no. 2, Feb. 2011, pp. 167-176.