REMEMBER: Popular DOES NOT equal bad. Check with your professors to find out which popular sources they accept.
These are the Library Databases where you will likely find POPULAR sources, like newspapers and magazines.
Google Scholar is a discovery tool that helps you find scholarly literature related to your topic.
Sometimes other types of scholarly or authoritative content is needed to help defend your paper's thesis.
Try out these resources to find specialized types of content.
Academic journals usually have two types of articles:
Research Studies will often have these distinct sections:
Check to see if the article has a METHODS section and a RESULTS section. If it DOES NOT have these two sections IT IS NOT A RESEARCH STUDY.
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