|What kind of research is found in databases?|
|Scholarly ~ disseminates research and academic discussion among professionals within disciplines through scholarly and peer-reviewed journals and books/book chapters. Journals such as Shakespeare Quarterly and Crime, media, culture are examples of scholarly sources.||Popular ~ informs and entertains the general public through articles in magazines and newspapers. Magazines like Smithsonian, Sports Illustrated, and Psychology Today are examples of popular sources.|
Articles from Scholarly and Popular Journals
- News & Events - Newspapers and Magazines
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Journals, magazines, and newspapers are generally referred to as PERIODICALS (or serials) because they are issued at regular periods (every day, every week, once a month, and so on).
Types of periodicals: which kind do you need?
Journals in the University of Connecticut Libraries are shelved alphabetically by TITLE of the journal/magazine using every word in the title. Omit "The", "A", or "An" if it is the first word in the title. Prepositions within the title are used when locating the journal.
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