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COE 265 | Sexuality & Desire

Professor Amy Hoffman

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Scholarly Journals
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Generally have a sober, serious look. May contain graphs and charts, but will have few photographs or ads. Use scholarly language specific to the profession or field.

Audience

Academics, researchers, professionals.

Authors

Researchers or scholars in the field.

Content

Original scholarly research for a particular profession, field, or subject.

References

Will almost always include a list of citations, Works Cited, or Bibliography.

Also Called

Academic, peer-reviewed, juried, refereed.  Scholarly journals that are reviewed by experts are called peer-reviewed, juried, or refereed.  Not all scholarly journals are peer-reviewed.

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General Magazines
Appearance Color photographs, visually appealing, ads.
Audience General public.
Author Staff or freelance writer.
Content Current events and special features.
References Rarely cite sources.
Also Called Popular magazines.