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Research tips and recommended sources for COM 1330 students working on Informational and Persuasive Speeches
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A collection of articles and viewpoints on social issues and controversial topics.
Facts and Statistics
While opinion pieces may help you get a sense of the different points of view on an issue, you'll always want to verify facts by looking at scholarly research articles, newspaper articles, statistics, and even primary sources.