The Popular Magazine was an early American literary magazine that ran for 612 issues from November 1903 to October 1931.
It featured short fiction, novellas, serialized larger works, and even entire short novels.
The magazine had its headquarters in New York City.
What is considered a popular article?
Examples of magazines that contain popular articles: Magazine covers where articles intended for the general population are published. Scholarly Article (Academic Journal) Articles are written by scholars and researchers for academics, professionals, and experts in the field.
What are popular media sources?
- Popular articles.
- Visual media such as television.
- Popular magazines and newspapers.
Are magazines credible 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.
Which is an example of a trade magazine?
Trade or professional publications are magazines, journals, and newspapers written for particular audiences. For example, Advertising Age is written for those in the advertising field, Mathematics Teacher for teachers of math, and Beverage Industry for those in the field of consumable beverages.