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Further expansion into Open Access: SAGE develops SAGE Open for medicine and engineering research

We’re delighted to announce we are launching a further three broad-spectrum open access journals – SAGE Open Medicine, SAGE Open Medical Case Reports and SAGE Open Engineering. The new journals build on the success of SAGE Open: the only broad-spectrum open access journal for the humanities and … Continue reading

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For Trauma Awareness Month: Overcoming Childhood Trauma

It is estimated that approximately 2.8 million children are abused each year in the United States. More than half are neglected, one quarter experience physical abuse, 11% are sexually abused, and 6% are psychologically abused. So why are some victims … Continue reading

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In Open Access week, what have we learned so far about open access publishing in the social sciences?

I was at the University of Sussex on Wednesday, along with two other colleagues, Dave Ross and Lucy Robinson, who had kindly agreed to speak about SAGE’s experiences in open access publishing. As part of Open Access week, we had … Continue reading

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Celebrating Open Access Week: SAGE Open

 Happy Open Access Week, everyone! October 24-30 is the official week were we celebrate, discuss and strategize                  around the issue of Open Access. This year is the fourth year of Open Access … Continue reading

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Are University Departments Feminizing Middle Management?

Looking at some of SAGE’s articles on SAGE Open, I was drawn to this one that I thought might be interesting to those of you at universities. The study was a look at interviews from 20 department heads at three … Continue reading

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SAGE Open Officially Open For Business

SAGE Open, the only broad-based open access journal featuring content from the social and behavioral sciences and the humanities, recently published its first articles. It’s an exciting venture for us and we’re proud (and happy) at the response we’ve gotten … Continue reading

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Study of Open Access Publishing: results presented in Berlin

SAGE recently participated in an E.U.-sponsored Study of Open Access Publishing (SOAP). The project, SOAP, surveyed 54,000 people (predominantly researchers) for their opinions on OA. The final results were presented earlier this month in Berlin. The project’s key findings can … Continue reading

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