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

Celebrate National Library Week with SAGE!

By Emily Mazza, PR Intern, SAGE Publishing As a current college student the library, for me, represents the epitome of research and knowledge. It’s how I have access to thousands of research articles, books, and of course, a quiet place … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Comparing news coverage of protests in non-Western contexts

Article title: Protesting the Paradigm - A Comparative Study of News Coverage of Protests in Brazil, China, and India From The International Journal of Press/Politics This study assesses the scope and applicability of the “protest paradigm” in non-Western contexts by … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Special issue: Nursing ethics in the context of assisted dying

Guest Editor: Settimio Monteverde From Nursing Ethics This special issue of Nursing -Ethics explores different perspectives and possible future directions of  nursing in the context of assisted dying. There is a need for a deeper analysis from the perspective of … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Anti-immigration attitudes and the opposition to European integration: A critical assessment

From European Union Politics Western European countries have been a popular destination for large-scale immigration and refugee flows from the rest of the world, particularly since the Second World War.  The aim of this overview is to critically examine the … Continue reading

Spaces for debate: How important are blogs for the dissemination of research?

Over the past decade, blogging has become an influential platform for international debate and the expression of ideas. In celebration of this, the Duckie Awards, known more formally as the Online Achievement in International Studies (OAIS) Awards, highlight the biggest … Continue reading

Archived Webinar: Marijuana on the Mind – A Primer for Policymakers

Originally published on Social Science Space March 27, 2017. “Policy has clearly outpaced science” in the United States on the issue of legalizing marijuana for either medical or recreational use, say two researchers from Harvard University and McLean Hospital, a psychiatric … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Special Issue on Feeling Communities

From The Indian Economic & Social History Review This special issue on ‘Feeling Communities’ aims to show how the systematic inclusion of emotions can enhance our understanding of groups and communities. The articles in this special issue in their majority … Continue reading

See what SAGE has in store for you at ER&L

The Electronic Resource and Libraries (ER&L) conference is right around the corner, from April 2-5. We’re excited to both attend the conference and sponsor the official Online Conference for those who aren’t traveling to Austin. We have five special sessions lined up. … Continue reading

Supporting undergraduate research at UKSG

It’s that time of the year when librarians, publishers, content providers, consultants and intermediaries converge at the annual UKSG conference to discuss key industry debates that are currently affecting the academic landscape and chains of communication. Taking place in Harrogate … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Special Issue: Managerial Values and Organizational Identities in the Developing World

Guest Editors: Anirvan Pant and Abhoy K.Ojha From Journal of Human Values Managerial values are abstract ideals that act as guiding principles for managing enterprises. Organizational identities connote the central, enduring, and distinctive features of an organization’s self-definition. There is … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Development of musical abilities: Computer-based assessments

Article title: Development of musical abilities: Cross-sectional computer-based assessments in educational contexts From Psychology of Music The impacts of musical training have been examined in numerous contexts, and results show that it not only develops musical abilities, but also has … Continue reading

Free Webinar-The Power of Stories: Engaging your American Government Students

There is a growing body of research that points to the power of stories in helping students learn and remember core content. Please join SAGE / CQ Press author and award-winning professor Scott Abernathy (University of Minnesota) for a discussion … Continue reading

How to get published: notes from an editor

This post first appeared on the ESRC blog on March 21st 2017  Mila Steele is a Publisher at SAGE Publishing, where she leads the research methods textbook programme. SAGE partnered with the ESRC to sponsor this year’s ESRC writing competition, … Continue reading

16 free articles for World Autism Awareness Week

By Eleanor Howell, Marketing Manager, SAGE Publishing At least 1 in 100 people in the UK have autism. World Autism Awareness Week (running from 27 March–2 April 2017) is an initiative set up by the National Autistic Society (NAS) in order to raise … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Hillsborough and a theological reflection on the role of the Church of England

Article title: Hillsborough and the Church of England From Theology Hillsborough was the biggest sporting disaster in British football. The original inquests returned a verdict of ‘accidental death’. For over 20 years the families of the 96 who died and … Continue reading