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GEN BUS 360: Workplace Writing and Communication (Spring 2022)

Scholarly Journals

What is a Scholarly Journal?

A publication that

  • is peer reviewed
  • is created for an academic audience
  • focuses on research for a specific field of study
  • uses jargon and academic language
  • contains lengthy articles (often 15-30 pages) that include an abstract and extensive citations and references
  • is written by professors for professors and university-affiliated researchers


Scholarly Journal Examples

American Journal of Agricultural Economics

Business and Professional Ethics Journal

Classical and Quantum Gravity

European Journal of Epidemiology

International Review of Administrative Sciences

Journal of Applied Econometrics

Medical Anthropology Quarterly

Yale Journal of International Law

Content Credit

Content on this page was created by the Business Communication team at the Wisconsin School of Business.