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What is the difference between scholarly articles and periodicals?

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Generally speaking, scholarly articles are articles found in research journals, which have been peer-reviewed.  This means that they are artciles written by experts, like scientists, doctors, and teachers, who do research as part of their daily job.  These articles are authoritative since they are written by experts and are usually on a specific topic.

Periodicals are articles found in magazines and newspapers.  These are articles written by journalists or reporters, and they usually are written to inform the public or tell the news.

You can learn more about how to evaluate scholarly and periodical articles here.

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