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Basic Format for Law Reviews, Scholarly Journals, and Other Consecutively Paginated Periodicals
Basic Format for Magazines and Other Nonconsecutively Paginated Periodicals
Most law reviews and scholarly journals are consecutively paginated and most magazines and other non-scholarly publications are nonconsecutively paginated.
A periodical is "consecutively paginated" if page numbers continue between issues within each volume and "nonconsecutively paginated" if they start over with each new issue.
So why the different formats?