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Movies That Matter and Social Change: RESEARCH GUIDE

Opposing Viewpoints

For information on the topic or theme of a documentary, the Opposing Viewpoints database is an excellent place to begin your research. Good critical thinking demands that you consider various point of view on a topic.The databases collects articles that represent various sides of issues.

A few examples of topics covered in this database: Americas Global Influence; Anti-Semitism; Children of Undocumented Immigrants; Developing Nations; Domestic Terrorism; Foreign Aid; Human Trafficking; Immigration; Middle East; Refugees in the United States; Sanctuary Cities; Social Justice; Terrorism; Undocumented Immigrants; US Borders;

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Opposing Viewpoints in Context:

Film Reviews

A good way to find information about a filmmaker or a film is to read reviews. You can find reviews online, but better sources may be found through these databases.

Search for the title of the film or the name of the filmmaker and add the work review.

EBSCO ArtSource and OmniFile

Streaming Documentaries & Features

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New York Times is a Quality News Source

We now have a subscription to the New York Times. Set up your account and then you can search directly or through Google (by putting in "New York Times" and your subject).

Possible Topic: Nazis and Propaganda

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