Answered By: Eric Jeitner
Last Updated: Aug 07, 2017     Views: 13

When you select articles for research, you may need to make a distinction between scholarly and popular material.

Scholarly or academic journals are usually published by a university or institution and contain research or specific information. They frequently use peer review as a method of selecting articles for publication.

Popular magazines are usually commercial, written for a general audience and contain current news. They can include secondary commentaries on research.

For more details, see Scholarly or Popular?

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