These sources are good for current affairs, debate topics, identifying "cutting edge" stories and research that interest the general public.
The MLA Style is commonly used in the Humanities to cite articles, create a list of resources and to format a research paper. To learn more about MLA, check out the links below.
You will find more information in the "Citing Your Resources" Library Guide.
To search for journal articles, conference proceedings, etc., select the most appropriate subject area below. Some topic areas may have more than one guide.