What is the difference between a peer-reviewed and a scholarly journal article?


 A “scholarly” journal article is an academic paper written by an expert for an audience of other experts, researchers and or students in that specific field of study. A peer reviewed article is one reviewed and critiqued by the writer’s peers – other experts from within the respective field of study. The rigorous methods of inquiry applying to a peer reviewed article prior to its publishing, means that it usually holds greater merit than a Scholarly paper. 

  • Last Updated Jan 18, 2022
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