- adj. Done without a formal referee used.
- adj. Referring to a journal article that isn't reviewed before being printed.
“For I have found that men and women are as apt to hit below the belt in argument as a pair of unrefereed pugilists in the ring.”
“The New York Times article has a direct link to the (unpublished, unrefereed) preprint; I guess your average NYTimes reader is expected to be able to follow an original scientific article?”
“What we should be focussing on is creating and providing new venues for alternative attitudes in Reading and Writing, creating and providing new venues for ourselves and our “unmarketable” material, for our “unrefereed” efforts.”
“Their analysis of GCMs is limited to quoting from unrefereed sources and pronouncing on what they consider to be the requirements for a scientific theory.”
“This looks to me like a short unrefereed overview article in a magazine.”
“Due diligence requires that all the literature on sea-level rise in this region should be considered – not just one unrefereed and hard-to-find paper from 6 years ago.”
“And yet your compere in arms, Steve B., in #56 employed two sites from an unpublished unrefereed internal California government report to suggest that sea levels have been rising all along the west coast of north america.”
“#66 — “Due diligence requires that all the literature on sea-level rise in this region should be considered – not just one unrefereed and hard-to-find paper from 6 years ago.””
“So, too, did the esteemed Jack Mintz: "Why journalists should not try to publish unrefereed claims - Stephen Gordon trounces Globe poor analysis.”
“Nothing is or was stopping those who might wish to make their unrefereed drafts publicly accessible online from doing so; but that is not the point, nor the problem, nor the objective.”
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