SAGE Insight celebrates 100,000 views

SAGE has been part of the global academic community since 1965, supporting quality research that transforms society and our understanding of individuals, groups, and cultures. We passionately believe that publishing useful knowledge can create healthy minds and healthy cultures, in fact it is part of our vision to ensure that such research is widely disseminated around the world.

We’re also passionate about widening access to (and the public understanding of) research, especially social research. With that in mind, in June 2010 we launched SAGE Insight, and we are proud to announce that it has achievedan impressive 100,000 views. SAGE Insight puts the spotlight on topical and interesting journal research, new and archived published in our journals.  The articles on SAGE Insight provide a fresh perspective on major issues facing the public and policy makers. We cover everything from crime to medical practices, from psychology to education.  To date almost 400 posts have been published. The blog is available to everyone, globally. For the articles highlighted free access is made available to the full text.

Articles for SAGE Insight are chosen in a variety of ways. We are particularly delighted with the consistent and steady stream of excellent recommendations from SAGE authors. Many of these recommendations have achieved great success, most notably the top viewed SAGE Insight blog post listed below, which has gained over 2.400 views so far.

Top 5 most viewed  SAGE Insight posts:

  1. Better alternatives to tackle the road dangers of winter snow and ice?
  2. 100 cities ranked according to greenhouse gas emissions
  3. What makes Starbucks such a great place to work? A review of the HR policies across the best companies to work for
  4. Human trafficking: the unintended effects of United Nations intervention
  5. ‘Celebrity chavs’ like Jordan and Kerry Katona reflect the moral delinquency of white working-class girls

This milestone feels a great opportunity to thank authors and readers. We hope you continue to enjoy this blog. If it covers topics that you find interesting, use these articles to spread the debate: write about it on your blog, microblog, or newsletter. Link to us, or if you’re a SAGE journals author suggest your article for inclusion.From early 2013 SAGE Insight will move location and will be available through SAGE Connection, making it even easier to stay up to date on the latest research trends along with the usual top tips and industry round ups you’ve come to expect from this blog. You can follow SAGE Insight posts by registering for email alerts at http://www.sagepub.com/sageinsight to receive notifications of new posts by email. The posts also appear via a Twitter account www.twitter.com/SAGE_News

     
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