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COMM 290: Communication Problems and Research

Katie Turkiewicz

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Caution! Not all journal content is scholarly

Scholarly journals often publish other types of writing relating to communication between members of the field. These articles are usually short in length and are considered not scholarly. Examples of this type of writing include: book reviews, letters to the editor, comments on previously published articles, obituaries.

For more help identifying scholarly articles, see the Information Sources tab.

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