Journals containing academic articles, often reporting results of research studies.
Each journal is normally on one subject such as: history, literature, sociology, etc.
Authors are usually professors, scholars or similar experts.
Some academic journals are also peer reviewed.
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You can limit results to peer reviewed journals and by publication date, An advanced search with additional options is available:
Keyword searching across citations, abstracts and full text of articles (even if the full text isn't available to you).
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