Peer review and non-peer review sources

Abstract Under an academic and a scholar settings, information sources are critical when making claims or predicting the pattern of events or outcomes.  Credible and reliable information are essential for maintaining a reputable scientific discovery or research.  Hence, to aid this process, the scientific community maintains scientific integrity by implementing a peer review process for the publication of scientific articles.  The incorporation of peer review processes allow experts in the area of the subject matter to review the information contained in an article before publication.  This review is intended to assess two publications based on a peer-review and non-peer review criteria.  The two articles of interest addressed here, are from the American Journal of public health (peer reviewed) and New York Times (non-peer-reviewed). Peer review and non-peer review sources A Scientific Journal is one of the best way used in communicating innovative information within the scientific community and the general

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