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Scientific Magazines (full-text)
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Contains articles from magazines and journals. Areas included: science, business, health, social sciences, etc.
Contains articles from magazines and journals. Areas included: science, health, education, psychology, and business.
Scholarly v. Popular Articles by Georgia State Univ. Libraries (2:48)
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