Are Social Work Journal Editorial Boards Competent? Some Disquieting Data With Implications for Research on Social Work Practice
This article describes a citation analysrs of the journal-article contributions of the editorial board members of selected social work and psychology journals. Social work editorial board members are cited by other scholars significantly less frequently than psychology journal editorial board members. This conclusion is based on the number of times editorial board members of selected social work and psychology journals were cited in the 1989 volume of the Social Sciences Citation Index. The implications of this finding for research on social work practice are discussed. © 1992, Sage Publications. All rights reserved.
School of Social Work
Pardeck, John T. "Are social work journal editorial boards competent? Some disquieting data with implications for research on social work practice." Research on Social Work Practice 2, no. 4 (1992): 487-496.
Research on Social Work Practice