SAGE Insight

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Here are the most recent posts for SAGE Insight:

On SAGE Insight: Special Issue on Understanding Migration Patterns and Migrant Experiences in Asia

From Environment and Urbanization ASIA In today’s globalized world, understanding the patterns of human mobility is key for development experts to create relevant strategies for human survival and development. Complex economic and political reasons fuel migration patterns within Asia and … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Analyzing Visual Presentation Styles of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton during the final Presidential TV Debate

Article title: Visual Presentation Style 2: Influences on Perceptions of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Based on Visual Presentation Style During the Third 2016 Presidential Debate From American Behavioral Scientist This paper analyzes the third and final 2016 US presidential … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Evaluation of interventions to improve participation in cancer screening services

Article title: Rapid review of evaluation of interventions to improve participation in cancer screening services From Journal of Medical Screening Screening participation is spread differently across populations, according to factors such as ethnicity or socioeconomic status. This paper reviews the … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Turmeric Linked to Childhood Lead-Poisoning

Article title: Ground Turmeric as a Source of Lead Exposure in the United States From Public Health Reports Financially motivated adulteration of spices is a long-standing and important public health problem worldwide. Today, adulteration of turmeric with leadchromate, which is … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Practices of monitoring and modeling air pollution data

Article title: Developing a feeling for error: Practices of monitoring and modeling air pollution data From Big Data & Society This paper is based on ethnographic research of data practices in a public health project called Weather Health and Air … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: A right to clean air in EU law?

Article title: A right to clean air in EU law? Using litigation to progress from procedural to substantive environmental rights From Environmental Law Review European environmental non-governmental organisations (‘NGOs’) increasingly resort to litigation as a tool to protect the environment. … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Health Training Program for Adolescent Girls: Some Lessons from India’s NGO Initiative

From Journal of Health Management Adolescence (10–19 Years) is an important stage of life for growth and development. It is a period of transition from childhood to adulthood and is marked by rapid physical, physiological and psychological changes. Although adolescence … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Infidelity’s aftermath : Physical health behaviors and mental health

Article title: Infidelity’s aftermath: Appraisals, mental health, and health-compromising behaviors following a partner’s infidelity From Journal of Social and Personal Relationships Infidelity occurs in many romantic relationships. Infidelity, which is an emotional, sexual, or romantic involvement that violates an existing … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Impact of home-delivered meal programs on diet and nutrition among older adults: A review

From Nutrition and Health ** SAGE’s highest rated Altmetic scoring article of the year ** Food and nutrient intake adequate to one’s health and well-being is recognized as a human right. Using the Mini Nutritional Assessment, the estimated overall prevalence … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Supporting Students in the ‘Virtual Doctoral Land’

Article title: Faculty Best Practices to Support Students in the ‘Virtual Doctoral Land’ From Higher Education for the Future Doctoral students form a significant ratio of the total graduate student population and are the core of academia, research and industrial … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Cyber dating abuse associations among adolescents

Article title: The Associations Between Substance Use, Sexual Behaviors, Bullying, Deviant Behaviors, Health, and Cyber Dating Abuse Perpetration From The Journal of School Nursing Dating violence, including physical violence, psychological abuse, and sexual assault is a major public health concern … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: How do emotions affect public opinion on the European Union?: Fear, anger and enthusiasm about the EU

Article title: Fear, anger and enthusiasm about the European Union: Effects of emotional reactions on public preferences towards European integration From European Union Politics How do emotions affect public opinion on the European Union? This article advances existing literature that … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: The link between superbugs and hospital outsourced cleaners

Article title: Superbugs versus outsourced cleaners: Employment Arrangements and the Spread of Health Care–Associated Infections From ILR Review On any given day, one in every 25 patients in U.S. hospitals has a health care–associated or hospital-acquired infection (HAI)—one of a … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Experienced journalists offer tips on how to spot “fake news”

Article title: Reel-time news: As “fake news” dominates headlines, Index’s global team of experienced journalists offers tips on how to spot falsehoods before you click and share From Index on Censorship Manipulating news and discrediting the media are techniques that … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Is it possible to remain anonymous when Tech giants and governments are out to get our data?

Article title: Your cover is shown: Tech giants and governments are out to get your data. Soon it might be impossible to remain anonymous From Index on Censorship 23As a new law presses New York’s police to make public their … Continue reading