Day 4 - Scholarly Journal v Popular Article

Day 4 - Scholarly Journal v Popular Article - v re l e na s...

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Unformatted text preview: v. re l e na s iff d u r le o tic J r he ly A ll t r te la in e ho az ou Y Sc ag n M Ca ow H ar ul op P ce n ?? ? Length Scholarly Longer articles, providing in-depth analysis of topics Popular Shorter articles, providing broader overviews of many different (often unrelated or loosely related) topics. authorship Scholarly Author usually an expert or specialist in the field, name and credentials always provided (i.e. PhD, MS, MD) Popular Author usually a staff writer or a journalist, name and/or credentials often not provided Language/Audience Scholarly Written in the jargon of the field for scholarly readers (professors, researchers or students) Popular Written in non-technical language for anyone to understand. Format/structure Scholarly Articles usually more structured, may include these sections: abstract, literature review, methodology, results, conclusion, references/bib. Popular Articles do not follow a specific format or structure Special features Scholarly Illustrations that support the text, such as tables of statistics, graphs, maps, or photographs. popular Illustrations or glossy or colored photographs and for entertainment. Also pages and spaces with advertisements. Editors Scholarly Articles usually reviewed and critically evaluated by a board of experts in the field (refereed or peer reviewed) Popular Articles are not evaluated by experts in the field, but by editors and staff Credits Scholarly A bibliography (work cited) and/or footnotes are always provided to document research thoroughly Popular A bibliography (works cited) is usually not provided, although names of reports or references may be mentioned in the text University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries. (2011). Scholarly articles v. popular magazine articles. Retrieved from http://lib.utsa.edu/Research/Subject/scholarlyguide.htm l ...
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