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Types of articles in the natural and social sciences include:
A Research article reports on an original experiment or study that investigates a stated problem. The study is carefully controlled so that results are valid. Data is collected and analyzed.
A Literature Review summarizes and analyzes the important articles on a topic. Literature reviews are a great resource for learning about the scope of research, question, issues and theories in a field.
A Theoretical article is an article that presents a theoretical approach to a question or field. It draws on others' research to support the theory, rather than presenting new research and data.
in-depth information about current events (magazines).
information or opinions about popular culture (magazines).
further information about a field of study or issue (tradejournals).
Can't find the full text of an article?
1. Note down the author, title of article, name of the magazine, journal or newspaper, and date of publication
2. Make an Interlibrary Loan Request so that the article can be sent to Green River for you (note: online articles usually take about 3 business day; physical items (like books) may take a few weeks)
Search the full text of 400 journals in 20 disciplines including Anthropology, Economics, History, Political Science, Sociology, Ecology, Literature, Mathematics, Statistics, and Visual and Performing Arts.
Find scholarly journal articles in all academic disciplines.
Works well for topics in literature, sociology and history
Type very specific (not broad!) search words in the search boxes
See all of the library's database collections, sorted by subject area. This list is a good place to see the entire list of electronic article resources available in a specific field. You will need to use your Green River College student ID# to log in from off campus.