Revamped by Will Ferrall
Performing Research
Scholarly Journals
Authors are authorities in their fields, usually affiliated with a college or university
Sources are cited in endnotes, footnotes, or bibliographies
Issues have little or no advertising
Articles must go through a peer-review process (in which an expert or several experts in the field review the work to insure accuracy)
Illustrations usually take the form of charts and graphs, and has few, if any, glossy pictures
Articles use jargon of the discipline
Articles report on original research or experimentation
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