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Issues in Society: Digital Editions

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What are Issues in Society?

Issues in Society are publications designed specifically for Australian high school students. You will find helpful, reliable information from a variety of sources.

 

TIME-SAVING: thoroughly researched and edited content, compiled and reproduced from a wide variety of trusted sources.
TOPICAL, accessible information for assignments, essays and debates.
BALANCED OPINIONS and varying viewpoints for a diverse overview on controversial topics.
SOURCES INCLUDE: newspaper reports, opinions, magazine and journal articles, special interest groups, government reports, website fact sheets, statistics and surveys.



How to Access

AVAILABLE IN PRINT AND DIGITAL EDITIONS

You can find print copies of Issues in Society in the Nora Collisson Centre, or you can search for specific topics via our library catalogue. You can view and download digital editions via the links on this page, listed under the following subheadings:

  • Crime and Justice
  • Drugs and Alcohol
  • Economics and Welfare
  • Environment and Global Issues
  • Family and Relationships
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Indigenous and Race Issues
  • Nationhood and Civics
  • Media and Communication
  • Rights and Discrimination
  • Science and Bioethics

These are available via Ebsco eBooks or PDF download. Click through to our Ebsco Guide for tips using Ebsco or to our Offsite Access Guide for password and access information. To access PDF downloads, you will need to log in via your usual Lowther Hall login (only available for Lowther Hall staff and students).

If you require any assistance in accessing Issues in Society, please contact the Nora Collisson Centre.


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