Newspaper reports via interviews, surveys, speeches, etc. can provide the latest information on what people are thinking about your topic. Reading different newspapers may provide different perspectives for you to consider in your research.
This guide aims to provide students enrolled in the class "Social Welfare As A Social Institution" with resources for completing their research requirements. It gives access to information availalble via the UDC library, WRLC, and external government, organizational, and other local sources.
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Access is provided to assist with the requirement that students view or listent to a news source everyday. Various sources were selected with the hope of providing a variety of perspectives on the news items in which you are interested.