Our databases may include articles from magazines, newspapers, trade journals, and scholarly publications. How do you know if an article is scholarly or not? Holy Family's librarians created "Journal vs. Magazine vs. Trade Publication" that compares these types of publications.
Types of scholarly articles include: literature reviews, meta-analysis, practical information, commentary, analysis of trends, and original research (both quantitative and qualitative).
Articles generally follow the same format and include most of the following features:
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