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On SAGE Insight: Why Did a Majority of White Women Vote for Trump?

From New Labor Forum This paper examines the recent American election where Trump beat Clinton to become the President of the USA, and discusses the role of the female vote in his win. No single fact about the highly improbable … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: When it comes to matters of the heart, we tend to love what we currently have: Status quo preference in mate choice

Article title: I Have, Therefore I Love: Status Quo Preference in Mate Choice From Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin One of the most important decisions in our life is choosing “the one”. Decades of research indicate that individuals adhere to … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Mental health experiences of young autistic adults

Article title: ‘Something needs to change’: Mental health experiences of young autistic adults in England From Autism Given that the rates of mental health problems are disproportionately high in young people generally and that young adults display poor help-seeking behaviors, … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Dangerous Education: The Occupational Hazards of Teaching Transgender

From Sociology On 16 March 2016 news broke in the UK of a transgender equalities initiative that was planned to take place in a primary school in East Sussex under the headship of Emma Maltby. The initiative gave rise to … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Women’s Participation in Electoral Politics in India

Article title: Women’s Participation in Electoral Politics in India Silent Feminisation From South Asia Research Women’s active participation in electoral competitions is a valid indicator of the efficacious growth of democracy in any country of the world today. As an … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Does instructional video footage improve tackle technique for rugby players?

Article title: Does instructional video footage improve tackle technique? From International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching Participation in men’s and women’s rugby is increasing in the United States with a 350% rise in participation since 2004. As a collision … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: The importance and prevalence of experimenter effects in the field of psychology

Article title: The Role of Experimenter Belief in Social Priming From Psychological Science Association for Psychological Science Priming, the act of influencing another’s behavior via indirect cues, is a common experimental manipulation in social psychology. In many social psychological priming … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) - The Need for Radical Reform

From Journal of Health Psychology If you are suffering from depression or an anxiety disorder you have a 1 in 10 chance of recovery with treatment through the UK Government funded IAPT Service, according to this article. The author, Consultant … Continue reading

See you at ALA Midwinter in Denver!

We can’t wait to see you at ALA Midwinter this week. We have so much to share, from our new white paper on video-based learning to our expanding suite of data resources, and more. And more importantly, we want to … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Curing cancer: How has immunotherapy transformed treatment in your particular specialty?

  Professor Pio Conti, of University of Chieti-Pescara, is Editor of the European Journal of Inflammation and the International Journal of Immunopathology and Pharmacology “In 1985, Steven A. Rosenberg and colleagues at the National Institutes of Health published an interesting … Continue reading

Survey Asks About Sci-Hub, ResearchGate, Video Discovery

Originally published on Social Science Space Here are some factoids about scholarly publishing you might not know: Google Scholar is used more than plain old Google by scholars (but yes, Google use wins out everywhere else). Despite the explosive growth … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Flu in the workplace: a study on employee vaccinations

Article details: The Benefits and Challenges of the Influenza Vaccination Among Home Health Care Workers  From Home Health Care Management & Practice Each year, the influenza virus is responsible for a significant number of hospitalizations and deaths, particularly of the … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: How to retain motivated employees in their jobs?

From Economic and Industrial Democracy This article examines the contribution of human resource management (HRM) and information and communication technologies (ICTs) in the retention of motivated employees. The purpose of this article is to provide new evidence on on-the-job search … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: The growing role of international law in the regulation of Human Cloning and Stem-Cell Patenting

Article title: Cloning International Law: The Science and Science Fiction of Human Cloning and Stem-Cell Patenting From Law, Culture and the Humanities Scholars of international law and medicine have noted a gradual change in the nature of international governance in … Continue reading

Presenting the winners of the 2017 Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery Awards

Since its creation in 2013 by the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery (JFMS), the JFMS Resident Best Paper Award has highlighted and rewarded exceptional research in veterinary science carried out by residents. This year, JFMS’s sister title, the Journal … Continue reading