A major problem that professors face is the task of publishing their research. After one has spent several years organizing and writing, the author must find a venue that has a mission statement consistent with one's work. Although AN AUTHOR'S GUIDE TO SOCIAL WORK JOURNALS is intended for social workers, anyone who needs to publish in the social and behavioral sciences will find this volume exceptionally helpful.
It has GREAT information that one can use to identify a venue and increase the chances of successful publication. I have used this volume MANY times and found it to be wonderful.
I highly recommend it. One problem: The information within this volume changes. Journals die, new ones take their place. AN AUTHOR'S GUIDE TO SOCIAL WORK JOURNALS might be better published online where it can be undated quickly.