When it comes to writing a literature review, it is important to understand the difference between academic and non-academic sources. Newspapers, tabloids, and other forms of media are not considered academic sources, as journalists are generally not academics. Therefore, the information they provide will not be of use in a literature review. In order to cite an article in an academic journal, you need an in-text citation and a corresponding reference that includes the names of the authors, the date of publication, the title of the article, the name of the journal, the volume and issue numbers, the page range and the URL or DOI.
Fortunately, there are many resources available to help you find academic sources for your literature review. The SFU library database is a great place to start. When you view the articles found in this database, there will be options to save the article through citation managers such as Mendeley or Zotero.