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Peer-reviewed journals go through a rigorous process. Other scholars in the field review articles to ensure they meet scholarly and research standards.
Peer-reviewed articles and journals are considered 'scholarly' -- they are created by scholars and for scholars.
Note that all peer-reviewed journals are scholarly but all scholarly journals are not peer-reviewed.
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As you search in the library, you will find articles that fall into three general categories: Scholarly, Trade, and Popular. See below for more information about distinguishing between each category and tips for filtering for the different articles in library databases.