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BIO 105: Introduction to Biology: Articles & Journals

Locate e-Journal Titles

Browse E-Journal Search to locate journal titles available in print or electronically  through the MCC Library databases. You can search by title or subject.

Magazines and Journals


Cover of the journal, Science showing Covid-19 virus

 What is the difference?

"Magazine" is often used to describe a popular periodical like Time or People. Magazines have many color photos and advertisements.

“Journal” is used to describe a scholarly periodical that is written by experts. Journal articles tend to be longer and provide extensive citations to additional research.

Here are some examples:

Peer-Reviewed Journals:
American Journal of Sociology
New England Journal of Medicine
Journal of Studies on Alcohol & Drugs

General or Popular Magazines:
Newsweek
Fortune
Science Today
Psychology Newsletter
Atlantic Monthly

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