As a general rule, look for articles when you need:
To find scholarly articles, use database limiters for peer-reviewed or refereed journals, which use experts from the same subject field or profession as the author to evaluate a manuscript prior to acceptance for publication. Learn more about the characteristics of scholarly articles and different kinds of journals and magazines in Evaluating Information Sources.
For subject-specific databases (Art, Business, etc.), see Databases by Subject.
Tip: Most scholarly articles start with an abstract, a summary that will help you understand the author's approach and main points. When terminology is unfamiliar, try the Merriam-Webster Dictionary search in Britannica.
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