Free Access to 750+ journals, 1.3M articles, and the ultimate research guide through October 31!

Free Access to 750+ journals, 1.3M articles, and the ultimate research guide through October 31!

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Welcome to SAGE Connection! Here are the most recent posts from SAGE and from SAGE Insight, our research news blog:

OA Week Interview Series – Meet the editor of Global Pediatric Health

Earlier this year, SAGE launched a new open access journal designed to promote health issues of children that are common to all regions of the world, Global Pediatric Health (GPH). Ahead of Open Access Week, we had a quick chat … Continue reading

Free Webinar - Teaching Research Methods: How to Make it Meaningful to Students

How do you capture your students’ attention in your Research Methods course?  What works, and what doesn’t?  What are some of the challenges you face, and how do you overcome them? Join SAGE authors Gregg Van Ryzin and Dahlia Remler … Continue reading

The cost-effectiveness of supported employment for adults with autism

The cost-effectiveness of supported employment for adults with autism in the United Kingdom From Autism Adults with autism have high rates of unemployment. A survey by the National Autistic Society (NAS) in the United Kingdom reported that only 15% of … Continue reading

OA Week Interview Series - Meet the editor of Big Data and Society

As part of OA Week 2014, this week SAGE is delighted to bring you a series of interviews with some of our OA editors to explore their views and thoughts on the challenges of OA, and to provide some advice … Continue reading

Open Access Editor: Are OA Journals bane or boon?

Dr. James E. Rohrer, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Primary Care & Community Health, itself an open access journal, recently wrote an article outlining his perspective on open access journals publishing. In honor of Open Access Week, we’ve included it below.  New … Continue reading

Women managers’ promotion limits in a ‘knowledge economy'

Family binds and glass ceilings: women managers’ promotion limits in a ‘knowledge economy’ From Critical Sociology Women have experienced numerous inequities in paid labor. They have been most severely under­represented in the most powerful managerial positions. There is nothing inherent … Continue reading

David Ross, Executive Publisher talks about SAGE Open

In spring 2011 SAGE Open published its first papers.  This was the first open access (OA) title aimed specifically at social and behavioural scientists. SAGE Open is a testament to how far the OA movement has come in a relatively … Continue reading

Supporting World Menopause Day

October 18th saw the celebration of international World Menopause Day, which calls on every nation to make menopausal health a principal issue in their research and public health agendas. Menopause is still very much an area for much academic research … Continue reading

SAGE author wins Presidents’ Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychological Knowledge

SAGE is delighted to share the news that one of our psychology authors, Richard Crisp, was recently presented with the Presidents’ Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychological Knowledge by The British Psychological Society. The award is given to one individual … Continue reading

Celebrating Open Access Week 2014

Open Access (OA) week has become a key fixture of the international academic calendar. Now in its 7th year, OA week aims to share and increase awareness and understanding of the changing and challenging effects and new opportunities of OA … Continue reading

Who owns urban waste? Appropriation conflicts in emerging countries

From Waste Management & Research Managing solid waste in developing cities is not an easy task and many public policies have failed to bring the expected results. It is argued in this paper that comprehending the solid waste handling in … Continue reading

SAGE partners with Load2Learn to support dyslexic, partially sighted and blind learners

SAGE was delighted to recently announce an extended partnership with Load2Learn, an initiative by the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) and Dyslexia Action to provide books in an accessible format for the visually impaired and print disabled.  With … Continue reading

Free NISO Virtual Keynotes: Timo Hannay on Embracing Technology & David Lankes on New Librarianship

What are some best practices for using the web as an e-content platform? How are librarians dealing with challenges, what new opportunities have been presented in recent months and what does the future look like? The NISO Two-Day Virtual Conference, “Using … Continue reading

What factors contribute to African American youth abstaining from offending?

The Discontinuity of Offending Among African American Youth in the Juvenile Justice System From Youth & Society Little is known about what factors contribute to African American youth abstaining from offending. This longitudinal study focuses on factors that decrease the … Continue reading

Open Access Webinar- "SHARE, CHORUS, and Open Access: What you need to know"

Open Access Week, an annual event that promotes a wider understanding of open access (OA) and the opportunities it provides, is just around the corner! Taking place this year from October 20-24, the week is celebrated through events, seminars, editorials, and … Continue reading