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What’s what?. SCHOLARLYPOPULAR  Authors are authorities in their fields, specialists, experts, scholars, and researchers  Includes author’s credentials.

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1 What’s what?

2 SCHOLARLYPOPULAR  Authors are authorities in their fields, specialists, experts, scholars, and researchers  Includes author’s credentials  Authors are magazine staff members or free lance writers and/or generalists  Often exclude author’s credentials

3 SCHOLARLYPOPULAR  Authors cite their sources in endnotes, footnotes, and/or bibliographies  Authors mention sources but seldom cite them in formal bibliographies

4 SCHOLARLYPOPULAR  Articles go through peer-review process  Almost no advertising and color  No peer-review process  Contain numerous advertisements and color

5 SCHOLARLYPOPULAR  Articles inform or report research  Illustrations come in the form of charts, diagrams or graphs to explain the research  Articles normally entertain  Illustrations are numerous and colorful to add marketing appeal

6 SCHOLARLYPOPULAR  Language, the use of specific to the particular discipline  There will often have an abstract ant eh beginning of the article  Language, simple and every day  Rarely contain an abstract

7 SCHOLARLYPOPULAR  Often published by professional organization or university  Indexed in subject indexes, such as MLA, PsychInfo, etc.  Published for profit  Indexed in popular indexes

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