The Resource Review and Bibliography Committee is charged with reviewing and analyzing the current state of bibliographic and other research tools in anthropology, sociology, criminal justice, and related fields. Based on these analyses, it identifies specific areas needing improved access, recommends how to effect such improvements, identifies various research resources and their potential uses, and reinforces successful efforts to improve access to literature in sociology, anthropology, and related fields. It also disseminates information about research resources in these fields to the ANSS membership, seeking to provide content useful for reference, research, teaching, and collection development.
Composition: The Resource Review and Bibliography Committee consists of no fewer than five and no more than nine ANSS members, who serve two-year terms.
(updated June 30, 2014)