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CLT 225 - Dante - Bonanno: Find Articles

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Literary Criticism

Recommended Databases

Scholarly v. Popular

Scholarly journals (aka academic journals) publish articles by experts in their field and are intended for the academic community.  Many scholarly journals are also peer-reviewed (aka refereed), which means they have an editorial board read over all the articles to ensure even more credibility and authority.  Example scholarly journals are American Journal of Archaeology and Journal of Abnormal Psychology.  Some databases allow you to limit your results to Scholarly/Academic/Peer-Reviewed Journals (look for a check box on the database home page).

Popular journals are intended for the general public, and their journalists may not be experts in a field.  Example popular journals are Scientific American and Psychology Today.  Popular journals can be appropriate for some academic papers but not all, so be sure to check with your professor.