Scholarly articles are articles that are well researched and have gone through a review process. These articles have certain characteristics that help you determine if a work is scholarly. Popular articles are articles written for the general public and are generally based on scholarly articles. You can find popular articles in magazines (generally have glossy covers and photo graphs), radio or TV transcripts. You can get more information on the differences between scholarly and popular articles by viewing this short video or reviewing this quick checklist.
You will find good scholarly articles in the sources listed below.
Popular articles can be found on the web but finding the original source and the credibility can be difficult. Good sources for popular articles (newspaper and popular journals) are listed below.