Research Available to Journalists

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This week in my strategic writing course, we talked about the amount of false news that is being reported in today's society. With a couple of these false reports gaining popularity in the news currently, I think it is important to remember as upcoming journalists that there are many free online research databases that we can turn to to better check information and statistics.

I have a compiled a few of my favorites:

Google Scholar

PubMed Central

National Bureau of Economic Research

Journalist's Resource

While this information may not be complete, these data bases provide journalists with an easy way to properly fact check on a deadline.

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