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Meet the SAGE Journals Author Relations Team

We are delighted to introduce you to the Author Relations Team here at SAGE Journals. Amy, Eleanor, Jennie, Jessica, Kathleen, Sammy, and Tara work together to provide high-quality resources to support prospective and published authors across all disciplines. Visit the … Continue reading

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SAGE author wins prestigious Arthur C. Clarke Award

SAGE author wins prestigious Arthur C. Clarke Award One of the most prestigious accolades for science fiction in Britain comes in the form of The Arthur C Clarke Award, presented annually for the best science fiction novel of the year, … Continue reading

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Three SAGE titles shortlisted in the prestigious 2013 UKLA Academic Book Awards!

We are delighted to announce that three SAGE titles, “Creative Ways to Teach Literacy” edited by Virginia Bower, “Teaching Primary English” by Jackie Brien and “Teaching Bilingual and EAL Learners in Primary School” by Jean Conteh, have all  been shortlisted … Continue reading

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Global Giving in 2012

In 2012 SAGE UK launched Global Giving, a program which donated £20,000 to 21 developmental and educational charities and projects in the developing world as they were nominated by SAGE staff.  As the London office thinks about nominations for Global … Continue reading

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Index on Censorship Freedom of Expression Awards 2013 – Book your table now!

The world’s most exceptional free expression heroes will be coming to London on 21 March to collect their trophies at the Index Freedom of Expression Awards, hosted by Jonathan Dimbleby. These internationally renowned Awards are in their thirteenth year, and continue … Continue reading

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BERA/SAGE 2013 Practitioner Research Awards Now Open!

For the seventh year in a row SAGE has teamed up with BERA to support the BERA SAGE Practitioner of the Year Award for 2013. The BERA/SAGE award recognizes practitioners who have demonstrated excellence in the application of research in … Continue reading

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The Importance of Academic Blogging Part II: Dr. William Howe shares his story

Dr. William A. Howe, author of  Becoming a Multicultural Educator: Developing Awareness, Gaining Skills, and Taking Action, is an adjunct  professor of education at the University of Connecticut, Quinnipiac University, Albertus College and an education consultant for culturally responsive education, … Continue reading

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Does space control our ideologies?

Doreen Massey discusses geographical space and its influence on power the Social Science Bites podcast Is space simply just something we pass through, or can the ways we interact with our spatial world tell us more about underlying powers within … Continue reading

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User Trend Report: Do home pages still matter?

by Elisabeth Leonard, Market Research Analyst & Lettie Conrad, Online Product Management We are pleased to launch a new series highlighting trends in how readers engage with websites and databases during the research process. We’ve launched these “user trend reports” … Continue reading

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Peer Review Best Practices Part I: Inviting Reviewers

By Jennifer Stephenson, Peer Review Specialist, SAGE US As the peer review specialist for SAGE’s US journals, I work with editors and editorial staff to support and design peer-review systems that will meet the needs of each of our journals … Continue reading

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Promoting your work on LinkedIn

By Thomas Mankowski, Editor, SAGE US In the last few years, LinkedIn has developed from what was essentially a job board into something truly useful in the academic world: an active community of practitioners, students and professors all either searching … Continue reading

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SAGE makes Open Access more accessible to social science and humanities scholars

Interview with Bob Howard, Vice President, US Journals SAGE Today SAGE announced that the price of publication in SAGE Open, the  leading broad-based gold open access journal for the social sciences, has been discounted to $99 per article. SAGE Open, … Continue reading

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Seven pillars of support

By Katie Baker, UK PR Team Last year we shared with you top tips from two SAGE authors, Jacqueline Aldridge and Andrew Derrington to help demystify the process of writing that perfect grant application. I am pleased to say that … Continue reading

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From SAGE founder, Sara Miller McCune: Why We Do What We Do

This was originally published in the January/February issue of the Pacific Standard. Click here for the original article.  FOR MORE YEARS than I care to count, I have been reading and publishing academic articles about the latest research in political science, education, … Continue reading

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SAGE Knowledge named “Best General Reference” finalist for SIIA Content CODiE Awards

By Marina Ilishaev, Senior Marketing Manager Launching a new product is never easy.  Anticipation, preparation, launch, all require tremendous amount of work from numerous teams.  Everyone involved tends to concentrate on perfection, never taking a moment to really celebrate their … Continue reading

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