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HIST 363: Political Campaigns and Cultural Ideologies in Recent US History

This guide describes databases, search tools, and library services that support research in Dr. Croce's History 363 course.

What is Peer Review?

An academic journal is a type of periodical that scholars use to share new research. Each issue of an academic journal contains new content, and may include editorials, opinion pieces, reviews of books or software, articles that review existing literature on a special topic, and articles that describe an original research project undertaken by the author.

Peer Review in academic journals is a process that helps ensure that quality of that research. Peer reviewed articles may also be described as refereed articles or scholarly articles

 

 

The flowchart below illustrates the lifecycle of a peer reviewed article.

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