Answered By: Reference Staff
Last Updated: Dec 11, 2017     Views: 44

If you have a specific subject, you can use JEWL Search to locate articles and then limit to newspaper articles. You can also limit to Full Text from the Refine Results column on the left. 

If you need to find specific newspaper resources, check our Newspapers Research Guide.  It has links to local newspapers, historical, and web-based. 

Finding unbiased articles is a much more difficult task, and can be a matter of reading articles and evaluating their objectivity.  Below are links that discuss the difficulty in finding truly "objective" writing in newspapers and how to detect bias.

  1. Polltical Slant of Magazines and Newspapers
  2. Detecting Bias (Bass Library)
    1. Leanings of Magazines, Newspapers
  3. Finding and Evaluating Online News Sources
  4. Is there a source for objective, unbiased, non-partisan news in America?

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