CQ Researcher

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CQ Researcher offers weekly, single-topic, digital reports researched and written by experienced journalists. These reports provide students and faculty with the perfect first step in research and discovery on timely social, political and policy topics. An online subscription lets you search the past 10 years’ worth of issues plus receive 44 new reports each year.

Countless librarians and faculty recommend CQ Researcher to provide a comprehensive overview on in-demand subjects. Offering multiple entry points into complex subjects, researchers are guided into deeper understanding.

Key Features and Benefits
• Delivers in-depth, balanced explorations of the most pressing issues in the news
• Engages readers with original reporting by experienced journalists
• Features a structured and easy-to-use format
• Professionally fact-checked
• Poses and addresses three issue questions and includes a “Pro-Con” debate
• Guides students to authoritative sources for the next step in their research
• An excellent pedagogical tool in teaching students how to research and write

Add the CQ Researcher Archive to gain valuable historical perspective and insight into your online collection by offering access to more than 4,000 in-depth reports, including Editorial Research Reports—the venerable precursor to CQ Researcher— dating as far back as 1923. With the aid of the popular “Issue Tracker” users can easily access past and current reports on any related issue, such as:

• Foreign Investment in the United States
• Terrorism
• Human Rights
• Federal Budget and National Debt
• Natural Resources
• Taxation
• Voting Rights
• Poverty and Homelessness
• Urban Planning
• Abortion
• Death Penalty
• Elections
• Ethics in War
• Mental Health
• Professional Sports
• Racism and Hate
• Right to Die
• United Nations
• Vaccines
• Women’s Rights

Email Carrie Carrie Waibel

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