Where do you find the journal name in research paper?

Where do you find the journal name in research paper?

Notice that, in every style, the journal title is listed after the article title. Citations for magazine and newspaper articles are the same in this regard (that is, the periodical title will be the second title that you see). APA: Author, J. A. & Author, J. B. (Year).

How do you know if it is a journal?

How to Identify a Scholarly, Peer-Reviewed Journal ArticleIs it written by a scholar? Look for clues that indicate the author(s) is a scholar/researcher: What is it about? Who’s the intended audience? How is it structured? Look at the length, formatting, and headings/sections inside the article: How is it written? What’s the publication type?

What makes a good peer review?

A good peer review balances the expectations of the journal editor who is considering the article or paper for publication and the authors, who we assume, have put a great deal of work into the original research and the subsequent paper: This is especially important for any research presenting counterintuitive results.