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From your OneSearch results, use the RESOURCE TYPE filter to choose JOURNALS. The filtered results will include journal, magazine, and newspaper titles that contain your search terms:
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From your OneSearch results, use the RESOURCE TYPE filter to choose REFERENCE ENTRIES. The filtered results will be entries, articles, and chapters from encyclopedias, handbooks, and other library reference sources that contain your search terms:
What is a scholarly journal and how is it different from a magazine or newspaper? All three are called periodicals because they are published at periodic intervals throughout the year.