Many book reviews and short news blurbs show up in our Anthrosource results lists and there is not a limiter you can select to exclude them. Watch for these signs to know that the result is probably a book review, and can likely be skipped:
- It says, “Book Review” above, or in, the article title.
- The article title lists personal names at the end of the title. This indicates the author or editor of a book being reviewed.
- Parts of the text, like names, look different. For example they are in all caps, bolded, or italicized.
- The title mentions “awards,” “grants,” “fellowships,” etc., which sounds “newsy.”