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Why do articles appear as Peer-Reviewed?

Applies to
  • WorldCat Discovery
Answer

The Peer Review tag is generated at the journal level based on the metadata providers send us for the WorldCat knowledge base. Because of this, all articles under a journal will surface with this tag even if not all of them are peer reviewed.

If you feel a journal should be marked, or unmarked, as peer reviewed, please contact OCLC Support with the metadata for the journal.

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