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Input: Key Words in Context Concordance (KWIC)

This tool allows you to search for specific words in document sets you select. The search is performed only on the document data (not the meta data). The output displays the key word(s) in red surrounded by their contexts. You can also display the entire document in which a particular word-in-context appears by clicking the corresponding hpyerlink. Words (or terms) are defined as any single word or any set of words grouped by double quotation marks. For example, the following are words: tobacco, "tobacco control", "tobacco control policy" . Follow the blue hyperlinks to the Glossary page for additional information.
1. Enter up to 5 Terms to View:

All terms. Any term. Clean search. Fuzzy search.
2. Select Documents to Search:
Collection: TDC Class:
Stratified Random Sample
External-Audience Supplement
Rhetorical Cases Collection
Named-Internal Audiences
Named-External Audiences
Unnamed-Internal Audiences
Unnamed-External Audiences
Decade: Industry Source:
Bliley Collection
Undated Documents
American Tobacco
Brown and Williamson
Philip Morris
RJ Reynolds
Council for Tobacco Research
Tobacco Institute
3. or

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