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21W.022: Reading and Writing Autobiography: Section 2: Find Articles

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Not sure of the best databases for your subject? Look it up on this research guides list that contains resources of the best places to search.

How to Find Out More about a Magazine, Journal, or Newspaper

Ulrich's Web is a great way to learn more about a magazine, journal, or newspaper:

  • Each entry can tell you whether the title is scholarly and/or peer-reviewed.
  • Peer-reviewed (or refereed) titles have a symbol shaped like a referee's shirt next to them.
  • Some entries have reviews, which can sometimes tell you a publication's political slant.

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