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

Once again, we’re delighted to announce the start of our annual one-month free trial to SAGE Journals and SAGE Research Methods, ...

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

Once again, we’re delighted to announce the start of our annual one-month free trial to SAGE Journals and SAGE Research Methods, two award-winning platforms to fill your research needs. The trial offers comprehensive access to all journals content on SAGE … Continue reading

The pros and cons of prohibiting drugs

From Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology In September 2012, a group known as Australia 21 called for a rethink on the prohibition against illegal drugs. Calls of this sort do not normally excite much media interest, but this call … Continue reading

5 Breast Cancer Myths: True or False? (Infographic)

Find out the truth about the 5 breast cancer myths below in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month (which begins tomorrow).

Does the belief in guardian angels make people more cautious?

Risk Perception and Belief in Guardian Spirits From SAGE Open While many believe that guardian angels watch over to keep them safe in a dangerous world, this study finds that those who believe are actually less inclined to take risks … Continue reading

Free issue of the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science

This article was originally posted here and was re published on SAGE Connection with kind permission from the Social Science Space Editor.  The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science has honored Achilles Armenakis, the James T. Pursell Sr. Eminent Scholar in Ethics at … Continue reading

Resistance and struggle in leadership development

From Human Relations Critically orientated leadership development scholarship has recently broached the impact of power dynamics in leadership development interventions. This article seeks to complement the emergent focus on power by exploring its dialectical relation: resistance. It takes recent research … Continue reading

Watch: Regional Issues for Banned Books in 2014

On Wednesday, September 24, 2014, three free-expression activists and one U.S. member of Congress came together to discuss regional problems in banning of books and why it is so vital that we have the freedom to read. If you did … Continue reading

A tale from the inside of ALPSP

Guest post from Megan Redmond, Academic Liaison Librarian, London Metropolitan University Earlier this year, SAGE once again supported the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP) International conference, by offering a travel grant to a librarian to attend the … Continue reading

Dr. David Etkins on the relationship between guardian angels and taking risks

In a new article published yesterday on SAGE Open, Dr. David Etkins and his team of researchers studied the connection between those who believe in guardian angels and how they take risks. Their findings showed that despite their believed protective … Continue reading

Perceptual consequences of “hidden” hearing loss

From Trends in Hearing This review focuses on cochlear neuropathy due to noise exposure and aging as a potential mechanism for this type of loss. Initially it describes some of the early studies investigating hearing disability in the presence of … Continue reading

The nature of Big Data - Are we in a data revolution?

“Big Data” is a term that has exploded onto our vocabulary as technology developments have led to what some have coined as a “data revolution”. Data, traditionally, was seen as a scarce commodity, but changes now mean that data is … Continue reading

The US air sea battle strategy developed in response to increased concern with China

Air sea battle A case study in structural inattention and subterranean forces From Armed Forces & Society American threat assessments increasingly view China as a major threat to the United States’ role in the Asia-Pacific region, to its commitments to its … Continue reading

200 Reasons why you should celebrate Banned Books Week

It’s Banned Books Week! Click the image below to watch nearly 200 ALA attendees (and counting) passionately advocate for literary works – like Diary of Anne Frank, To Kill a Mocking Bird, and Captain Underpants - that have been banned or … Continue reading

Summer Reading Series Part 4: How do professors’ personality traits affect student outcomes?

Earlier this year, visiting instructor at the College of Charleston and Inside Higher Ed blogger, John Warner wrote a piece on the importance of instructors developing closer relationships with their students. Inspired by a book titled, “How College Works” by … Continue reading

Cracking the Discovery Code - This year at ALPSP

Working in an industry that evolves as quickly as ours means that we need to be active in various conferences and seminars through the year. A few weeks ago, a number of the SAGE London team headed out to participate … Continue reading