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if a popular article is responsibly written, it can provide general background information before you turn to academic journal literature;
point to academic studies that are getting lots of attention; a newspaper or magazine or other popular publication may give a journalistic account of a scientific research project, mention its principal researchers, and mention the academic journal in which the research was published. Keep in mind though that there is a great deal of valuable scientific work that is not "newsworthy"!
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