an analysis of a research question written by a trained professional or academic and published in a specialized journal
an article, usually in a scholarly journal, that deals with academic subject matter at an advanced level
A scholarly article reports on original research or experimentation. It is written by a researcher or expert in the field who is often affiliated with a college or university. It should have footnotes or a bibliography and may include graphs or charts as illustrations as opposed to glossy pictures. It may be published by a scholarly professional association or university press, e.g. articles in the Canadian Journal of Sociology.
an article that is peer-reviewed (checked over by a group of experts before publication). Most scholarly articles have the following characteristics: written by experts, accompanied with references, formal or technical writing style, and published by a university or association. Many databases enable the user to limit searches to scholarly articles. Examples of journals with scholarly articles include Journal of American History, Sociological Quarterly, and Criminal Justice and Behavior: An International Behavior. Most scholarly articles are found in university libraries. Compare to Popular Article.
An article written by scholars or professionals in a field; always contain references to sources used in the article. (Unit 1 Welcome to the Information Age; Unit 5 The Great GALILEO; Unit 9 Evaluating Sources)
Reports on original research or experimentation. It is written by and for experts in a particular field of study.
A journal article usually written by a researcher or expert on a subject using original research. These articles provide an abstract, footnotes, a bibliography and information about the author.