Authorization and Accountability
The NASW Board of Directors approved the formation of the Book Committee in June 1996. The Book Committee reports to the Board of Directors.
The book program of the NASW Press was established to advance social work knowledge and to support the program of the association. The Book Committee promotes the acquisition of high-quality manuscripts and develops and recommends policies related to content in order to maintain and expand the program as a competitive press.
The Book Committee activities are ongoing.
Members, Terms and Criteria
The Book Committee is composed of eight members: the Chair and seven other members, serving three-year terms. Members of the Book Committee must have extensive publishing experience, as well as experience in peer review. The Book Committee members hold a telephone conference call once each year.
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