A distinct portion of an instrument, discourse, literary work, or any other writing, consisting of two or more particulars, or treating of various topics; as, an article in the Constitution. Hence: A clause in a contract, system of regulations, treaty, or the like; a term, condition, or stipulation in a contract; a concise statement; as, articles of agreement.
To bind by articles of covenant or stipulation; as, to article an apprentice to a mechanic.
A piece of work within a journal written by one or many authors
A work of prose, usually on a specific topic, identified by its title (or heading) and often by its author(s), and published in a book or periodical containing several such works.
A manuscript published in an journal, magazine or part of a larger work such as an encyclopedia.
an essay published in a periodical. Library databases can identify appropriate articles for various assignments. Assistive Technology See: Accessible Workstations Atkins 101C See: Accessible Workstations
1. n. a section, a contract, a law, etc.; 2. a formal writing which is impersonal, as in a newspaper or magazine.
An essay or composition on a subject, usually appearing in a magazine or journal. An article may also be referred to as a paper.
A self-contained reading on a subject, usually associated with periodicals or journals, but also found in books and encyclopedias. Periodical and journal articles may be more current than those collected in books.
A contribution written by one or more persons for publication in a periodical; such a contribution when so published.
writing on a particular topic that is printed in a newspaper, magazine or journal.
nonfictional prose forming an independent part of a publication
a literary composition, forming an independent portion of a book, a magazine, a journal, a newspaper or encyclopedia
a page on any topic relevant to family history
a piece of nonfiction writing for a newspaper, Web site, magazine or book
a piece published in a journal , magazine , or newspaper
a quantum of information on a particular topic mostly intended for free distribution to serve as source of knowledge
a short manuscript on any topic
a significant item published in a journal covered by Journal Citation Reports
a snippet of information about a given topic
a statement of the results of original research done by professional scholars and published in a scholarly publication such as an academic journal or periodical
A nonfiction written piece by one or more people that is published as part of a larger unit like a newspaper, journal, or encyclopedia.
a brief self-contained essay on a topic, usually found in periodicals or encyclopedias
A composition on a subject, usually found in journals, magazines, encyclopedias.
A contribution written for publication in a journal, magazine, or newspaper. A source of contemporary information.
A published piece of writing which can be found in a journal, newspaper, encyclopedia, etc. Indexes and databases will assist you to find journal articles on a particular subject.
A brief piece of writing on a topic, usually published in a journal, or serial.
Writing on a specific topic or subject found in a JOURNAL, PERIODICAL, MAGAZINE, or NEWSPAPER.
Writing on a specific topic or subject and generally published in a JOURNAL.
1. a contribution, by one or more authors, published in a periodical. 2. a, an, the, and their equivalents in other languages (der, la, los...). In library practice, leading articles are dropped from titles in alphabetized lists.
A paper or discrete item from a journal or conference publication.
A complete piece of writing that is part of a larger work such as an encyclopedic article or a journal article.
a contribution written by one or more persons and published in a periodical or as part of a book.
A shorter prose work which makes up part of a larger work like a journal volume or an encyclopedia. An article has its own title or heading; often it has its own author too.
A piece of writing on a specific topic, by one or more authors, that forms an independent part of a periodical publication such as a journal or serial, magazine, or newspaper.
Sometimes referred to as a paper. Writings on a particular topic. Some examples are: newspaper articles, journal articles, and Internet articles. Articles can be found using databases.
A brief essay or research report on a subject. Articles can appear in a periodical, such as a magazine, journal, newspaper, or in such other sources as an encyclopedia.
A paper on any topic that may appear in a periodical (newspaper, serial, journal, magazine).
(also referred to as "paper") A contribution written by one or more persons and published in a journal, magazine, newspaper, or encyclopedia.
A scientific article is a document in which scientific information is presented, in particular a refereed original account of an original piece of research dealing with a particular topic, addressed to (relative) peers, published in a scientific journal. Comment: In a broader sense of the word, a scientific article is a document in which information obtained from research is presented. We concentrate on scientific articles in the narrow sense of the word, which have the following distinguishing characteristics: the core of the information represents original research, the article is aimed at a target audience of fellow experts or at least other scientists, the article has been subjected to some form of peer review and the article has been published in a scientific journal of some form. This definition is given in section 2.1.3
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an essay or research report on a subject. Articles appear in magazines, journals, newspapers and other sources such as encyclopedias.
A brief composition on a topic, usually published in a magazine or journal.
a self-contained essay on a topic, usually found in journals, periodicals, encyclopedias, etc.
An essay or research report, usually brief, published in a document that contains several such works. Examples of resources that contain articles include magazines, journals, newspapers, and encyclopedias.
Sometimes called a paper, an article is a contribution, by one or more authors, published in a periodical such as a magazine, newspaper or journal.
Sometimes referred to as a paper, an article is a brief composition on a subject, usually appearing in a magazine or journal.
the name given to a paper in a Journal
A piece of writing on a particular subject in a newspaper or magazine.
A written essay or report on a subject. Articles appear in magazines, journals, newspapers, and in encyclopedias, among others.
A (brief) essay or research report on a subject. Articles can appear in magazines, journals, newspapers, or other sources such as encyclopedias.
A short written piece of work which is part of a newspaper or magazine or an item in a written document, such as a constitution, a set of regulations, etc. (viz. Article 1 of the regulations stipulates...) The fact that this word has two or more very different meanings in the workplace may complicate its use. (See Code, Schedule)
Often called a "paper", an article is a written contribution in a printed or electronic magazine or journal.
A literary composition making up parts of a journal, magazine, encyclopÃ¦dia, or other collection, but treating a specific topic distinctly and independently. In the context of library research particularly when indexes/abstracts are being discussed the use of the term "articles" is generally referring to those found in journals and magazines.
A written work usually found in a periodical.
A written piece about a topic.
An article in the sense of newspapers: special articles are, for example, followups; replies are not articles but Email.
An article is a stand-alone section of a larger written work.