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Using Different Kinds of Information


Magazines typically assemble different kinds of journalism on a particular topic, and are intended for a general readership. While some magazines may deal with topics that are academic or scholarly in nature, they are usually considered to be popular, and not scholarly resources.

Use magazines to locate information written in a variety of styles on a range of topics, including current events.