Scholarly journal articles are very different from non-scholalrly magazine or newspaper articles.
|To report research
|To entertain or inform
Can include graphs and charts
Can include pictures and advertisements
|Topic expert with name and position listed
|Other expert(s) on the topic
Searches scholarly articles, Google Books and quasi-scholarly material, harnessing the power of a Google search. Helpful for citation searching: it allows you to link to works that cite the articles in your results list (click on Cited by).
Note: don't pay for any articles! Go back to the library to get the full-text of your sources.
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