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Free access to the Index on Censorship Magazine spring issue

Giving voice to the individuals and organisations who fight censorship and campaign for free speech around the world, last night saw the annual Index On Censorship Freedom of Expression Awards, supported by SAGE, take place. To mark this event, you … Continue reading

15 authors share how libraries have impacted their lives

Continuing our celebration of National Library Week (April 9-15), we caught up with some of our textbook authors and asked them to tell us more about the role that libraries have, and continue to play, in their personal, professional, and/or academic lives. … Continue reading

An interview with the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery 2016 Best Paper Award winner

Since its launch in 2013 by SAGE and the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery (JFMS), the JFMS Resident Best Paper Award has sought to identify and reward innovation in veterinary science research. From skin grafts to urethral rupture, the award is … 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

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

5 Reasons to visit the SAGE Booth at ACRL

It’s that time again, folks. ACRL’s annual meeting starts next week! With so much to do and see, it’s a good idea to plan out everything you want to experience. So, we’ve gathered the top 5 reasons for you make a stop … Continue reading

Whose Work Most Influenced You? A Social Science Bites Retrospective, Part 2

The Communist Manifesto. Novelist Don DeLillo’s account of a big moment in baseball. Works by Wittgenstein and Foucault. And a famous –and shocking – behavioral experiment.  These are a few of the supremely inspiring works which have influenced some of … Continue reading

Supporting PhD students in the social sciences: An interview with the South East Network for Social Sciences

An interview with Professor Shamit Saggar, Associate Pro-Vice-Chancellor Research at the University of Essex, by Mollie Broad, PR Executive SAGE Publishing  Late last year SAGE Publishing announced that it was to collaborate with the South East Network for Social Sciences (SeNSS) … Continue reading

Learning the Real Reason for Chinese Censorship

In the past, explains political scientist Gary King, the way to study online censorship in China was to find someone who’s had their content taken down from the Web and talk to them about the experience. But China is a … Continue reading

5 free articles from some “Library Journal’s Best Reference 2016” honorees

We’re thrilled to announce that three of our reference texts were named on Library Journal’s “Best Reference 2016” list! To celebrate, we’re sharing some articles from the honorees: The SAGE Encyclopedia of LGBTQ Studies edited by Abbie E. Goldberg, The … Continue reading

What does the future hold for the UK’s oldest Sociology journal?

Earlier this year Britain’s oldest sociology journal, The Sociological Review, joined SAGE Publishing’s comprehensive social science portfolio. As one of the world’s foremost journals of sociological inquiry publishing for over 100 years, The Sociological Review is renowned for its high-quality … Continue reading

International Relations best blogs revealed

At the 2017 Duckies Awards last night, held at the International Studies Association’s (ISA) annual conference, the best blogs in International Relations were revealed! More formally known as the Online Achievement In International Studies (OAIS) Awards, the awards revealed the … Continue reading

Whose Work Most Influenced You? A Social Science Bites Retrospective

This post originally appeared on Social Science Space February 2017  Which piece of social science research has most inspired or most influenced you? This question has been posed to every interview in the Social Science Bites podcast series, but never … Continue reading

7 types of data that experts would like to see in the future

While there is more data available at our fingertips today than ever before, the future promises to bring even more information into our reach. But what kind of data will it be, and what new doors will it open? As part of our Love Your Data Week 2017 celebration, … Continue reading

Free Webinar: Learn how to increase the impact of your research with Kudos

Do you want to increase downloads and citations of your articles? To help our authors make the most of Kudos, a service designed specifically to help researchers maximize the visibility of their work, we are running a series of webinars next … Continue reading