Research journal

For my research topic, I chose EBSCO and Google. For EBSCO, I just typed in the phrase “zines”.  For Google, I typed in the phrases “zines and distribution”.  The results from EBSCO and Google were both articles.  The author or editor of the article on EBSCO is not listed. The editors of the Google article are listed. EBSCO lists the source, source type, document type, abstract and accession number of the article.  The Google article does not list as much information. Both EBSCO and Google have ads on their pages, and invitations to sharing with Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, et cetera. The Google article adds on tips and warnings, unlike the EBSCO article.

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