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PG 300: Methods, Analysis, and Argument in Political Literature: News & Editorials

Finding Editorials

The simplest way to search for editorials is to add the term "editorials" to your keyword search.  For instance, in the database Newspaper Source you can search:  "panama canal" and editorial

Often databases will also provide pre-set limiters that can be chosen before you enter your search terms.  In Newspaper Source you also could have chosen a Document Type limiter of Editorial.  Then searched by the keywords "Panama Canal."

One of the best sources for editorials is Nexis UniNexis covers many more newspapers than other resources.  It's also a great source for foreign newspapers, both written in English and in other languages. 

In Nexis choose to search "News" and combine your keywords with "editorials" or "opinions."

Current News Coverage

Alternative Press

Need help?

This guide highlights only a small portion of the many resources available to you.  If you're not finding what you need, don't hesitate to contact Andrea!

Andrea Klyn
Social Sciences Liaison Librarian
email: aklyn@pugetsound.edu
tel: (253) 879-2875
office:  Collins Library 141

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