Answered By: Justin Thomas
Last Updated: Jun 11, 2015     Views: 11

You can find both primary sources and secondary sources in journals (they publish both). However, if it seems like every academic journal article you pull up happens to be a primary source (e.g., it has a method/methedology section), then you could look for newspaper or magazine articles in the current database you're utilizing (they should have a bar on the side where you can select what type of documents show--such as specifically academic journals, or newspapers, or trade magazines, etc.) or try the Proquest National Newspapers database. I've included a link below to the database in question, as well as a link discussing the contrast between primary and secondary sources.