WHAT IS A SCHOLARLY ARTICLE?
Scholarly articles are written by experts in the field and reviewed by experts in the field. They include a lot of research, data, and a list of references. They are published in scholarly, peer-reviewed journals.
|Popular articles are often written by journalists for a general audience and are not reviewed by experts in the field. Popular articles rarely include references|
Available at Cabrillo
Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies
Journal of Gender Studies
Studies in Gender & Sexuality
Available through Interlibrary Loan
American Sociological Review
American Journal of Sociology
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ANATOMY OF A SCHOLARLY ARTICLE
SEARCH ALERTS: EBSCO DATABASES
Note: You will need to create a person EBSCO Account in order to create search alerts in EBSCOhost databases. This account in seperate from your Library account.
1. Create an EBSCO Account
2. Create a search alert
If you create a successful search, you can create a search alert and you will be notified when a new article related to this search is added to the database.
First, use your keywords to build your search:
Second, select Share and then E-mail Alert:
Type in your subject and e-mail
Select how frequently you want to recieve alerts and how recent you want the articles to be:
3. Delete a Search Alert
First login to your account and go into your folder
Next, find your Search Alert and Delete it
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