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How do I find an article in Opposing Viewpoints?

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Go to http://bethelu.libguides.com/cps The Opposing Viewpoints link is listed under the header "Expert Information" beneath the EBSCO box and Britannica Online. Once you login you'll see a search box on the top right. For example, enter Newspapers No Longer Present a Viable Business Model, then click search. You'll see the article in a results screen, just click the title. At the end of the article, it will give you lots of suggestions for other articles and books on the same topic. It will also give you the APA citation if you scroll to the top of the article and look under Tools. Then click Citation Tools and choose APA. You can either copy and paste the citation into your document or download the citation. Click Download and it will ask you to open a new document so click OK. Then, you'll see the APA citation in a new screen.

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