So, book chapters are reviewed by anonymous reviewers who know the identity of the authors.
I think the review might be a bit less rigorous (as the goal of the review is typically to improve the text rather than to decide whether or not to accept it) but nonetheless it’s peer-reviewed.
Are books considered peer reviewed?
“Peer review” is the editorial process that scholarly articles go through before they are published in a journal. Since books go through a different editorial process before publication, they aren’t peer reviewed. They can be still be good scholarly sources, though. Does a book count as an academic source?
How can I tell if a book is peer reviewed?
Another method for determining whether a book is peer reviewed is to locate book reviews within scholarly journals on that particular book. These book reviews may provide a deep evaluation regarding the quality of scholarship and authority in the book. You may use the Library’s Roadrunner Search to locate book reviews.
Do books count as scholarly sources?
Books usually count as academic sources, but it depends on what kind of book. Textbooks, encyclopedias, and books published for commercial audiences often do not count as academic.
Is Google Scholar peer reviewed?
2 Answers. There is no direct means to only show peer-reviewed work; as Google Scholar also posts legal summaries, and other major journal articles from the Online WorldCat. However, there are means by which you can help narrow down your results, to show what you are looking for (within reason).