What is the difference between academic journal and peer reviewed journal?

Some academic articles go a little further and are peer-reviewed. All peer-reviewed articles are academic articles, but not all academic articles are peer reviewed. Look to the left of the title and, if you find the icon of a referee shirt, it means that the journal has been peer reviewed or refereed. There can be several versions of the same magazine (print, online and on microfilm), but there can also be two different magazines with the same title.

Usually, the articles in these publications go through a peer review process, which means that other experts (peers) on the topic of the article evaluate the quality of the article and the research it presents, as well as the importance of the article in their field of study. There are several ways to determine if an article has been peer reviewed (also referred to as refereed).).