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Journals are written at the academic or technical level, and are considered scholarly, in-depth, specialized. Examples of journals:
Magazines provide general information, and are considered "popular", non-scholarly, and secondary. Examples of magazines:
Newspaper articles are a major source of information on current issues facing different communities, and also sometimes include hard-to-gather information such as population estimates for communities not reported in U.S. census data.