Answered By: Erin McDaniel
Last Updated: May 13, 2015     Views: 36

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I am assuming that you are talking about vaccines as a current event topic, such as should parents vaccinate thier children, or should schools require student to be vaccinated, something like that.  If not, reply and clarify your exact topic. This should get you started, though.

Go to the Databases link below. All or our databases are linked there. Go to the Hot Topics & News tab. There you will find links to databases that are good for these types of papers.

First, go to the Gale: Opposing Viewpoints link (in the box at the top center). Once you click on the link and are in the website, click on the Browse Issues link in the black toolbar towards the top. Scroll down until you see "Vaccine", and click on the link. That will take you to a page that summarizes all the articles Gale has on the topic. You can explore within those results.

There are also articles in the Facts on File database, also under the Hot Topics tab in the Databases Libguide. Type vaccines into the search bar.

In EBSCO: Academic Search Complete, search vaccination for children. Use the limiters on the left for full text, publicaiton date, and subject terms.

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