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In this context, it is essential to ask questions such as what is the purpose of our action, who benefits from it, etc. Peer Review refers to the collective activity of certain researchers who appreciate the work of their counterparts or peers. It should be noted that they judge them critically. Peer review is mainly used in higher education. It has several advantages, both in terms of practicality and pedagogy for any teacher. Peer review may relate to a research project, to the work of a group of researchers, to the work of a single researcher, or to a specific piece of research submitted for publication in a particular scientific journal.

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