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Author(s) name included. Technical or specialized language. Written for professionals. Charts, graphs, and diagrams. Long (5+ pages) Bibliography included.
Is it written by a scholar? What is it about? How is it structured? How is it written? What's the publication type?
An article is a word used before a noun that indicates whether or not the reference is to a specific entity or entities or an unspecific one. There are only three articles, a, an and the. Articles are also considered adjectives, because they add information about nouns.
Literature Review or Background. Methods. Results. Conclusions. Discussion.
Journal articles are shorter than books and written about very specific topics. A journal is a collection of articles (like a magazine) that is published regularly throughout the year. Journals present the most recent research, and journal articles are written by experts, for experts.
Ask a research question. Identify a research population or group. Describe a research method. Test or measure something. Summarize the results.
Research, empirical, or primary articles, are based on original research. Not every article in a scholarly journal contains research or analysis. Scholarly journals often include book reviews, commentaries, and editorials, which will not provide enough depth for your annotated bibliography. A summary of the article.
Although it may appear there are a large number of types of articles published due to the wide variety of names they are published under, most articles published are one of the following types. Original Research, Review Articles, Short reports or Letters, Case Studies, Methodologies.
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