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ENC 1101 - Cavalani (Dale Mabry) - Countries Assignment: Periodicals

Links and tips for your "countries" annotated bibliography.

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Many materials you find in college-level research are articles from scholarly journals, often called "peer-reviewed," or "academic." In some instances, your professor will require that you use these types of articles as sources that you cite in your work. The resources below explain the typical appearance, structure, and function of scholarly articles.