Q. What makes a peer reviewed article different from other articles?

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Newspapers and magazines tend to go through a single editor who checks grammar, spelling, and word count. Journals go through a much heavier editorial process in which professionals in the field of study (an author's peers) review the articles before they are published.

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  • Last Updated Sep 14, 2018
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  • Answered By Librarian Christine Edwards

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