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Points of View by James Moffett

Points of View

by James Moffett

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With its new, more student-friendly interface, EBSCO has improved the navigation of its Points of View Database. Students can browse topics using general categories from the home page, or search for topics using the search function, can access articles in various formats and can save them in various ways. Articles are age appropriate for upper high school students and include overviews and guides to critical analysis, which help students to analyze both sides of an issue. The accompanying research guides help to make this an excellent resource for Humanites or Social Studies classes, English classes or debate clubs, as well as for any students interested in the subjects covered. ( )
  StephanieWA | Aug 9, 2010 |
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This LT work combines the original 1966 edition, co-edited by James Moffett and Kenneth McElheny, based on ISBN [including 0451612639; 0451615735; 0451616936; 0451619595; 0451623371; 0451624912; and 0451627229]. Separate LT works combine: (a) the 1995 revised and updated edition, which reportedly omits half of the authors / stories originally collected and adds 29 authors not previously included; and (b) editions catalogued on LT that are otherwise indistinguishable. Please refine combinations where you can, but maintain the distinction between the 1966 original and the 1995 revised / updated editions. Thank you.
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