Articles in peer-reviewed journals are reviewed by a group of the writer's peers (aka other academics in his/her field) before the articles are published. A scholarly journal is a journal that has been peer reviewed.
For print journals:
For an e-journal or any publication you are not sure about:
In the example shown below, both the online and print versions of Earth Sciences History are peer-reviewed, while Earth Sciences is not.
Journal Citation Reports lists the impact factors of journals from science and social science disciplines. It provides access to the following metrics:
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