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    I must come up with a research question and write a research paper that is scholarly peer-review.

    I must also use my online library at the university that I attend. How will I know if an article is peer-reviewed and relevant to my research question?

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    How you will know if the article is relevant to your question is fairly straightforward: if it helps you answer the question by giving clear information that allows you to answer the question, it is relevant. Whether or not an article is both peer-reviewed and academically appropriate is a bit more complicated. You can use the following questions to measure such criteria:

    - Do they have a strong introduction? ...

    Solution Summary

    The process of verifying academic credibility and appropriateness is explained in brief using step-by-step questions pertaining to an article's relevant areas. 258 words.