Answered By: ic @westernsydney.edu.au Last Updated: Sep 06, 2018 Views: 1943
A magazine or journal that does not publish original research yet alerts its readers to current advances in the field can be described as a quasi scholarly publication.
For example the Harvard Business Review and The Economist meet these criteria and can be described as quasi scholarly magazines.
While you can refine your search results to scholarly or peer-reviewed publications there are no such limiters or refine elements for a quasi scholarly magazine.
You will need to examine the articles within each publication to see if it meets the criteria above.