Q. What is a scholarly source?


A scholarly source is a publication, such as an academic journal, that contains articles documenting original research. These journals include longer articles written by researchers, professors, or scientists for an audience with specialized knowledge of the subject. The articles will likely contain an abstract, citations, and include visual information such as charts and graphs. Examples of scholarly journals include American Business Law Journal and Journal of Applied Psychology.

  • Last Updated Sep 05, 2020
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