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Magazines vs. Journals
Magazines: Articles in magazines are usually short in length and are written in a popular style. Examples of respectable magazines that might have articles on your topic include Foreign Policy, Current History and Time.
Journals: Articles in journals are usually lengthy and are written by scholars and experts in the field. They often have bibliographies and extensive footnotes (which can provide leads to other sources). Examples of journals that have articles on your country are Journal of Third World Studies and Journal of African History.
Dedicated exclusively to the academic research on Africa and the African Diaspora, this searchable database provides access to scholarly journals such as Ijele: Art eJournal of the African World, JENdA: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies, Journal on African Philosophy, ProudFlesh: New Afrikan Journal of Culture, Politics, and Consciousness and West Africa Review.
The ARC Knowledge Project publishes and disseminates critical research and peer-reviewed articles plus folktales, music, and video from a growing range of academic disciplines. Dedicated exclusively to the academic research on Africa and the African Diaspora, the knowledge project is a centralized virtual repository that functions both as a publishing and distribution platform.