Peer-reviewed articles may also be called “scholarly articles,” “academic articles,” or “referreed articles.” They are articles that have been reviewed by peers or experts in the author’s field of research/study.
Is an article is peer-reviewed?
Some clues that an article is peer-reviewed:
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There are many important journals that publish research in Women's Studies. This is a (non-exhaustive) list of some useful journals. Please review their table of contents for relevant articles.
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These databases are recommended starting points for finding articles in Gender and Social Justice.
See a full list of databases for Gender and Social Justice.