GLOSSARY

Peer Review

It is a process where an author’s research work is assessed by experts in the same field in order to ensure that the research is valid, original and of good quality. While the process is long and might seem to slow down the publishing process, it aims to improve the quality of the research that is being published. There are various types of peer review and it can change from journal to journal. Some popular types of peer review are single blind, double blind, and open peer review.

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