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CO 324 / 497: Crisis Communication - Arendt: Find Opinion Articles

Opinion Articles

Editorials and Op-Eds Defined:

  • ed·i·to·ri·al (ĕd′ĭ-tôr′ē-əl) n. An article in a publication expressing the opinion of its editors or publishers.

  • op-ed (ˈɒpˌɛd) n. Usually printed opposite the editorial page, a page or column written by someone not affiliated with the publishing company.

Finding Opinions in Library Resources

On this page, I will lay out some of the best ways to locate opinion articles in various library resources. From browsing by a topic to searching with keywords in library databases, the following suggestions will help you start the process of

 

Option 1: Search by your topic keywords and op-ed

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Option 2: Search Library Newspaper Databases by topic keywords and op-ed

Databases with full text access to newspapers from around the world:

Option 3: Still Need a Topic? Browse Controversial Topics

Browse by a controversial topic, collect keywords to search for articles with, and skim linked opinion piece articles.

Option 4: Search in a Specific Journal

If you want to search within a specific journal such as The New York Times or Wall Street Journal, do a title search below. You will be brought to an index of all of the library's databases that contain articles from that journal, and which years of coverage they contain. After clicking on one, you can then do an advanced search for Op-Ed AND a topic (example: Donald Trump). You can even set a range of time, such as last 30 days or last year.

Find specific journals,magazines, and newspapers.

 


Watch the video below to learn how to find an article if you have the citation.