NBCC Polls Members’ Ethics

by Rachel Baker on December 24, 2007

Sixty-four percent of accredited book reviewers feel that critics who write an unpaid blurb for a book should be banned from publishing a full review. And 76% of critics feel that if you haven’t read a work cover to cover you shouldn’t be critiquing it in print. These are just some of the findings of the NBCC’s 2007 ethics survey, the first one the organization has done in 20 years.

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