CQ Press Library (CQ Researcher Plus Archive)
Opposing Viewpoints Use keywords "political correctness" to begin. The system will want to suggest other headings which may or may not have a bias. Begin without bias, using simply "political correctness" to begin.
How to determine if your resources are current, relevant, accurate, authoritative, and purposeful for your paper: give it the CRAAP test.
Monroe's Motivated Sequence
Perfecting the Call to Act (from MindTools)
Dr. Monroe is known for his development of the motivated sequence, a speech-writing strategy that is effective for topics intended to convince an audience to take a desired action.
Articles in Core Journals Use keywords: political correctness
This is where you will begin to narrow your results using the facets on the left. Limit by year, full-text, peer-reviewed, geography, and more. This database allows you to collect articles, and provides several citation formats to choose from.
5 Reasons Why Peer-Reviewed Matters
IF you need to find peer-reviewed resources, this article is a good explanation of why.
Perspectives from American newspapers:
From The Week
Inside America's War Over Political Correctness
Click the Cite button and select your citation format. The system will cite the reference for you:
The university of common sense. (2016, Aug 26). Chicago Tribune Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/1814086898?accountid=28733
Sample search in The Chicago Tribune for "university of chicago" political correctness renders these results.