Answered By: Robin Dillow Last Updated: Oct 28, 2016 Views: 33
Scholarly journals, also referred to as peer-reviewed, contain original research articles by experts in their fields. Popular magazines on the other hand contain articles of a general nature or about current events. Popular magazines might also include references to the original research or articles presented in scholarly publications. You can limit your results to peer-reviewed articles when conducting a search in our databases. The following video explains the difference between scholarly and popular publications.
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