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Scholarly/peer reviewed journals are publications that can be subscribed to just like you can subscribe to “popular” magazines like “Sports Illustrated,” “Time Magazine,” and “People.” Items like letters to and from the editor, book reviews, and other opinion pieces are not peer reviewed articles.
What type of source is Time magazine?
Time is an American weekly news magazine and news website published in New York City.
Is New York Times peer reviewed?
Remember that peer-reviewed journals will always state that they are peer-reviewed. If you still can’t decide, email the librarians for help. Usually focused on general interest topics: news (local and/or national), entertainment, lifestyle and popular culture.
Are magazines peer reviewed?
Scholarly/peer-reviewed articles differ from other material because the review process gives them more authority than, for example, a newspaper or magazine article. Newspaper or popular magazine articles are written by journalists (not specialists in any field except journalism).
Are magazines reliable sources?
Popular magazines are not considered to be a very credible source type because there is no peer review, and there are very few citations. However, unlike blogs, published magazines usually do uphold journalistic standards of not publishing lies or slander that could result in litigation.