The information on this page covers the following topics:
Use this chart to help distinguish among types of periodicals (publications that are issued on a regular (or periodic) interval and typically address a very specific aspect of a larger topic):
|Magazines and Newspapers||Scholarly Journals||Trade Journals|
The information contained on this page comes from a Research Guide entitled, "How to Read an Article in a Scholarly Journal" from Cuyuga Community College's library: http://libguides.cayuga-cc.edu/c.php?g=172035&p=1134040
Here is a citation for a journal article from a library database:
Here is the first page of that article as it appears in the journal:
Typically, the names of the academic or research institutions the authors are affiliated with will be stated on the first page of the journal article, either near the author's names, or lower on the page.