Explain at least five differences between popular and scholarly sources used in research.
Locate and summarize one peer-reviewed, scholarly source from the University of Arizona Global Campus Library and one popular source that pertain to your Final Paper topic. In your summary of each article, comment on the following: biases, reliability, strengths, and limitations.
From the sources you summarized, list and explain at least five visual cues from the peer-reviewed, scholarly source that were not evident in the popular source.
Sources below are sources I used for my final paper from you to select from:
Fahimullah, F., Geng, Y., Hardy, B., Muhammad, D., & Wilkins, J. (2019). Earnings, EITC, and Employment Responses to a $15 Minimum Wage: Will Low-Income Workers Be Better Off?. Economic Development Quarterly, 33(4), 331-350.
Kibriya, S., Bessler, D., & Price, E. (2019). Linkages between poverty and income inequality of urban–rural sector: a time series analysis of India’s urban-based aspirations from 1951 to 1994. Applied Economics Letters, 26(6), 446-453.
Mattiuzzi, E., & Weir, M. (2020). Governing the new geography of poverty in metropolitan America. Urban Affairs Review, 56(4), 1086-1131.
Perrone, G. (2019). What, to the law, is the former slave?. Slavery & Abolition, 40(2), 256-270.
Reardon, S. F., & Bischoff, K. (2011). Income inequality and income segregation. American journal of sociology, 116(4), 1092-1153.
Şeker, S. D., & Dayıoğlu Tayfur, M. (2016). The effect of the global financial crisis on household income, inequality and poverty in Turkey.