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A peer-reviewed article has been approved for publication in a scholarly journal by an editorial board or group of experts in the subject. Articles usually include references or footnotes and there are few or no ads in a scholarly journal. To distinguish between a scholarly or peer-reviewed journal and a popular magazine such as Time or Newsweek, see this helpful website: http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/help/faq-mag/