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Developing Research Questions and Crafting Thesis Statements: Find Opposing Viewpoints

Step 6: Finding Opposing Viewpoints

To help justify your argument, it is recommended that you find an article that opposes your argument.  You may be able to discredit or provide evidence that makes a case for your own argument by using an opposing viewpoint.  Review the two videos below to help you find opposing viewpoints in the database Opposing Viewpoints in Context.

Finding Opposing Viewpoints (Produced by LaGuardia Community College)

Using Gale's Opposing Viewpoints in Context – Basics (Produced by Gale, A Cengage Company)

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