WHAT ARE THE PARTS OF A SCHOLARLY ARTICLE?
We've already discussed the differences between articles in newspapers, articles in magazines (popular sources), and articles in scholarly (peer-reviewed) journals. But what are the key components of a scholarly article, and why is is important to know them?
LET'S START WITH THE KEY PARTS OF A SCHOLARLY ARTICLE
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A. The references
B. The discussion
C. The methodology
A. The methodology
B. The results
C. The abstract
A. To avoid plagiarism and give credit to the original creators of ideas and language cited in the paper
B. To show that the paper builds off of previously published science in the field
C. To provide a list of references that can be used for you paper, this process is referred to a 'chaining'