A monograph is a scholarly book where one or more authors wrote the whole book as a detailed treatment of a particular topic.
It's separate from an "edited volume," which is a book where different authors are responsible for different chapters, and a "reference work," which is a compilation of facts and information (like an encyclopedia or dictionary).
Scholarly journals (usually peer reviewed) each tend to have a scope and a reputation all their own.
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