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How do I find out if a specific journal is peer reviewed?

I found an article I want to use for my research but I am not sure whether the journal it was published in is a scholarly peer reviewed journal. How can I find out about this particular journal?
Last Updated: Jan 03, 2017  |  1413 Views

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Link to  ULRICHSWEB   This Global Serials Directory is a database which lists peer reviewed journals.

If the journal title you enter in the search box is peer reviewed you will see a referee's shirt symbol next to the journal listing (see image below).

You can also use the "Advanced Search" in ULRICHSWEB to enter a subject then limit your subject search to “peer reviewed” status using the "Content Type" limit box. The results list includes published peer-reviewed journals for the subject you entered.

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