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 Popular sources    
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Examples Los Angeles Times, Vanity Fair, GQ, Time, Newsweek
 Journal of Cold War Studies, Art Journal, Reference Services Review
 Art Forum, Forbes, Communication Arts
 Description Articles within popular sources are generally short, provide brief sketches of a particular person or event. 
 Rigorous editorial process; articles can be long (10 - 50 pages); provide much more in-depth information than popular or trade sources.
 Provides information related to a particular profession or discipline.  
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 General population.  Because of this, the language used and the concepts discussed will be fairly simple and easy to understand.
 Intended for a specialized audience - people performing in-depth study within a particular field.
 Professionals.




Electronic Database          What information you will find
Art Full Text & Art RetrospectiveArt history, current perspectives of art and design
 ProQuest
 A general databases that provides articles from many different disciplines 
 Humanities Full Text Information from the disciplines within the humanities


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Brena Smith,
Feb 2, 2010, 9:29 AM
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Brena Smith,
Feb 2, 2010, 9:29 AM
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Brena Smith,
Feb 2, 2010, 9:29 AM
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