Scholarly articles are the lifeblood of academia. Your professors and other researchers spend a great deal of their time researching, writing, and publishing them. Because of a process called peer review, scholarly articles are arguably the pinnacle of academic literature. In the peer review process, before an article can be published it must be critiqued by a number of other researchers in that field. These anonymous reviewers send their notes to the author(s) (via the publisher), and the author(s) must keep reworking the article until it has been deemed satisfactory by the reviewers.
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