Answered By: Lisa Adriani Last Updated: Jan 07, 2015 Views: 13
While the terms "peer-review" and "scholarly" are often used simultaneously, they are not the same thing.
Scholarly journals are essentially a place for researchers to publish studies and original works in a dedicated field. Not all scholarly journals make the peer-review process a condition for publication.
Scholarly journals that do not have a peer-review process are less common, but they do exist.