|Scholarly||Popular & General Interest|
|General Appearance||Serious appearance; may contain graphs, charts, statistics, few pictures, known as "Peer-Reviewed" or "Refereed" or "Academic"||Attractive in appearance, heavily illustrated with photos and ads|
|Writers of Articles||Articles written by scholars and researchers in the field. Before publication, articles are reviewed and approved by subject specialists||Usually free-lance or staff writers|
|Audience||College students, faculty, scholars, or researchers||General public|
|Purpose||To report on original research or experimentation||To provide information, news or to entertain the reader; also may be aimed to sell products or promote a particular point of view|
|Documentation||Always cites sources and may include endnotes or a Works Cited page||Sometimes cite their sources|
|Publisher||Often a university, a research institution, or a professional organization||Commercial enterprises or individuals|
|Examples||Journal of Marriage and Family, American Historical Review, Social Problems, New England Journal of Medicine||Ebony, Men's Journal, Good Housekeeping, People, Sports Illustrated,|
Magazines are arranged alphabetically and kept in the periodicals section on the second floor of the library. To browse the following magazines online, click the "Publication Search" button in InfoTrac Academic OneFile and the "Publication" link at the top of the page in EBSCO Academic Search Complete and EBSCO Business Source Elite. Type the name of your magazine and start searching within the publication.
eJournals allows you to access online freely accessible websites and full text journals available for use by currently enrolled students, faculty and staff. Users must log to MyVCCCD to access these publications.
Look for these online full-text journals via the Moorpark College Library’s eJournals Portal.
1. From the Library homepage, click the eJournals link.
2. Click the Subject tab. This allows browsing of journals by subject
3. Select Law and click “GO.”
Choose your area from the subcategory and click “GO.” The list includes full text journal titles and the database or databases which contain the full text journal title. You may browse the table of contents of the journal or search the database by subject