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Kinesiology Research: Identifying Scholarly Articles

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In academic research and writing it is critical to understand the type of resources you need to help build your argument and support your research question or thesis statement. This section will help you to identify the differences between scholarly and popular articles, as well as how to read scholarly articles.

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The following video will layout how to tell the difference between scholarly articles (sometimes called: academic articles or peer reviewed articles) and popular magazines.