Every prospective author wants to be recognized as credible, authoritative, and reputable, and finding the best fit for one's manuscript among the myriad social work journals in publication is critical to achieving recognition. For this reason, An Author's Guide to Social Work Journals has been an indispensable part of the libraries of academics and researchers for several decades-the first edition was published in 1983. The latest edition of An Author's Guide to Social Work Journals describes over 200 journals, arranged by subject, and includes, as always, the journal descriptions and detailed information for each title. This updated fifth edition includes many new additions to the landscape of social sciences scholarly publishing, such as Advances in Social Work, Critical Social Work, Qualitative Social Work, and the Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work. Another new feature is the addition of an international subject heading that makes the expanded list of international journals easier to find. An Author's Guide to Social Work Journals is an essential reference for every author.
An Author's Guide to Social Work Journals
National Association of Social Workers/N A S W Press
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