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Scholarly, Peer-reviewed Articles
What makes an article scholarly or peer-reviewed?
Description: Common characteristics of scholarly articles found in peer-reviewed journals:
Articles are written for the professional in the field using the language of the field
Articles are supported by many reference citations
Peer-reviewed journals have minimal advertising and graphics
Scholarly articles are selected through a peer-review or jury process
Articals often present evidence based on scientific inquiry
What is the peer-review process?
Process: Peer-review (Juried) Process - Description
- Article is submitted to a jury of peers for review and comment
Article may be returned to author for additional analysis and revision
Article may be rejected
Published article provides quality, credible information
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