Access Facts on File: Issues and Controversies. (If you're off-campus, you will be prompted to login with your myPVCC username and password)
Enter your search terms in the box at the top, and click Search.
A list of results will appear. Note that the results default to the "Articles" tab. When you're on this tab, look for a "Pro/Con Article" and take note of the date of the article. For some topics (not all), it will be important that the article contains the most updated information. If it's 5-10 years old, then it may be out of date.
Click the title of the Pro/Con Article you want to read. The Table of Contents on the left of the article will help you navigate through it. The "Supporters Argue" and the "Opponents Argue" sections will be most useful.
Go back to the search results and click the "Media" tab. Then click "Debate Videos" to watch a video where two people debate this issue. Again, take note of the date of the video. It may be too old to be relevant.