Substantive magazines offer somewhat more in-depth coverage of news and current events/issues than popular titles, and are aimed at people who have no specialized training in an area but who want more analysis than a popular publication can offer. The authors are a mix of journalists, staff writers, and people who work in a field. Articles frequently refer to research studies, but the author writes about that research in an accessible way, often through a type of story-telling or through the lens of a specific event or person.
To search these journals individually and access the articles, use the Journal Title search:
Then click on the vendor link in the pop-up box.
Scientific American Mind
Sky & Telescope
On the next screen, in Content Type, untick all boxes except for "Newspapers." On this screen you can enter your search terms and set date limits. Note! Enclose a phrase within quotation marks. Truncation symbol is ! "polar bear!"