Read 130 of SAGE’s top-read articles from 2014 (free!)

Moving into the new year, we’ve taken a moment to look back at some of the research we were privileged to publish in 2014. From Journal of Management‘s article on innovation and creativity in organizations to American Sociological Review‘s article on why status matters for inequality, to Health Promotion Practice‘s article on stress for college students, and Sport’s Health‘s article on chronic brain damage for retired NFL players, SAGE research had an impact on various aspects of our social and physical world. We’d like to thank the authors, editors, reviewers, and researchers who have contributed to our journals program!Top-read articles of 2014

Find out what your colleagues were reading last year. Access and share a selection of top-read articles published in 2014—free through January 31, 2015!*


Business and Management


Media and Communication Studies

Politics and International Relations



Health and Nursing


Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine


Pharmacology, Toxicology, and Biotechnology


*You may already have access to these articles through a library or other subscription.

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