Can Poetry Benefit Business Students?

Can Poetry Benefit Business Students?

This piece was originally posted on SAGE’s Management Ink Blog here and is re-posted here with the kind permission of Management Ink Editors.  By Cynthia Nalevanko, Editor, Management INK While searching for creative ways to reach our students, we came across Clare Morgan’s book, What Poetry Brings to ...

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Dealing with law in migration control

Dealing with law in migration control: The powers of street-level bureaucrats at french consulates From Social & Legal Studies The role of consulates is crucial in countries with high migration flows because these offices effect a distinction between desirable migrants and … Continue reading

What’s the relationship between height, depression, and the military?

A new study out today in SAGE Open finds that both short and tall men in the military are more at risk for depression than their uniformed colleagues of average height (read the full study here). Interested to hear more about … Continue reading

Free Article: What is the “Global Brain”?

This piece was originally posted on SAGE’s Management Ink Blog here and is re-posted here with the kind permission of Management Ink Editors.  By Cynthia Nalevanko, Editor, Management INK Just what is the “Global Brain”? In his recent article “Global Brain and the Future of Human Society,” Cadell … Continue reading

School Leadership in Europe

Special Themed Issue on School Leadership in Europe From Educational Management Administration & Leadership This special issue focuses on school leadership in Europe. The nine articles, from seven countries, make a significant contribution to our understanding of leadership across this … Continue reading

10 Key Posts for Business and Management

One of SAGE Connections’ sister blogs, Management Ink, recently highlighted its top ten posts that serve as helpful resources for the business and management research community, the larger social science world, and really anyone who spends their days in a … Continue reading

Scholarly Reflections on the Legacy of Nelson Mandela

“We can change the world and make it a better place. It is in your hands to make a difference.” – Nelson Mandela Five years ago today, the UN General Assembly made the unanimous decision to recognize July 18 as … Continue reading

Punishment is not enough: The victim is satisfied when the offender consequently displays a change in attitude

Get the message: Punishment is satisfying if the transgressor responds to its communicative intent From Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin People who have been treated unfairly often want to punish the person who has wronged them. Psychologists know that the … Continue reading

The Surveillance Error Grid: A credible metric for assessing the clinical accuracy of blood glucose monitors

  The Surveillance Error Grid From Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology In the United States, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and blood glucose (BG) monitor manufacturers perform surveillance to monitor the performance of glucose monitors in use by … Continue reading

SAGE titles shortlisted for the 2014 Nursery World Awards

We are excited to announce that three SAGE books have been shortlisted for the 2014 Nursery World Awards under the category of staff resources. The following titles are recognized as resources that help practitioners improve on their performance:   Child … Continue reading

What have the Humanities and Arts to offer STEM HE?

Special Issue: Theorising Practice in Creative and Applied Arts From Arts and Humanities in Higher Education This special issue considers what the Humanities and Creative Performing Arts writing – in their distinctive use of argument, illuminative case studies and particular … Continue reading

Can Poetry Benefit Business Students?

This piece was originally posted on SAGE’s Management Ink Blog here and is re-posted here with the kind permission of Management Ink Editors.  By Cynthia Nalevanko, Editor, Management INK While searching for creative ways to reach our students, we came across Clare Morgan’s book, What Poetry … Continue reading

Riding in the shadows: The reaction of the British print media to Chris Froome’s victory in the 2013 Tour de France

From International Review for the Sociology of Sport On 21 July 2013 Chris Froome became only the second British cyclist to win the Tour de France. This paper examines how the events surrounding Froome’s victory in the 2013 Tour de … Continue reading

Classroom Summer Reading Series Part I: Technology and Online Learning

While summer provides the opportunity for students and professors to reenergize, the long vacation can also be a useful time to catch up and plan out the year ahead. With this in mind, we introduce a new SAGE Connection blog … Continue reading

Is there chronic brain damage in retired NFL players?

Is there chronic brain damage in retired NFL players? : Neuroradiology, neuropsychology, and neurology examinations of 45 retired players  From Sports Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach The purpose of the study was to determine whether there was clinical evidence of chronic … Continue reading

How to leverage the distraction of Smartphones in the college classroom

This piece was originally posted on SAGE’s Management Ink Blog here and is re-posted here with the kind permission of Management Ink Editors.  By Cynthia Nalevanko, Editor, Management INK A quick internet search of “smartphone etiquette in class” will give you a fairly straightforward answer: don’t … Continue reading