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SOC& 101: Intro to Sociology, with Nomita Yadav: Diversity in the News
This page will help you find a current news article related to diversity. You can find an article by searching a library database, such as ProQuest or NewsBank, or browsing the website of major news sources. I have provided links directly to a few of the major media outlets.
Watch the video for tips on how to effectively search the library databases, especially ProQuest, for news articles.
Tips for Searching NewsBank
There are two ways to focus your results just on newspapers in NewsBank:
1. On the home page, add your search term(s) in the box and search. When you get your list of results, to the left of the list of articles are options for filtering your results. Scroll down to "Source Type" select "Newspapers." You can also select "News wire." Both will give you news articles only and eliminate journals and other types of sources.
2. From the home search page, instead of starting their search, click on "More Search Options." From here, scroll to the bottom and select "USA News Sources" or "Washington News Sources" or any of the other ones. Once you select one of those links, you will get a search screen where you can put in your keyword(s). By selecting a collection of only news sources, you will not get journals, magazines or other source types.