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On SAGE Insight: Election Fraud, Perceived Fraud, and Protesting in Nigeria

Article title: Fraud Is What People Make of It: Election Fraud, Perceived Fraud, and Protesting in Nigeria From Journal of Conflict Resolution Why do fraudulent elections encourage protesting? Scholars suggest that information about fraud shapes individuals’ beliefs and propensity to … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Images of protest in social media

Article title: Images of protest in social media: Struggle over visibility and visual narratives From New Media & Society While political protest is essentially a visual expression of dissent, both social movement research and media studies have thus far been … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: What Drives People to Protest in an Authoritarian Country?

Article title: What Drives People to Protest in an Authoritarian Country? Resources and Rewards vs Risks of Protests in Urban and Rural China From Political Studies While the existing literature on social movements has provided plenty of inspiration for the … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Scheduling Content on Social Media: Theory, Evidence, and Application

From Journal of Marketing More than 1.8 billion users worldwide spent an average of 118 min a day on social media in 2016 and 77% of them actively engaged with social media content through likes, comments, shares, and link clicks. … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Engaging students as co-producers: A critical reflection on the policy commission model

From Politics A key challenge to all disciplines is ensuring that their curriculum provides students with the necessary range of skills to prepare them to be active global citizens. For political science educators, this has been reflected in emphasis being … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Exploring the Mediating Effect of Parent Brand Reputation on Brand Equity 

From Paradigm A ‘brand’ is an important concept for marketers as it acts as a tool to observe the differentiation of products for the consumers; it increases trust and confidence of consumers and facilitates the consumer decision-making process.  The brand … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight; Can Narratives of White Identity Reduce Opposition to Immigration and Support for Hard Brexit?

Article title: Can Narratives of White Identity Reduce Opposition to Immigration and Support for Hard Brexit? A Survey Experiment From Political Studies Britain’s vote to leave the European Union highlights the importance of White majority opposition to immigration. This article … Continue reading

Listening to SAGE reviewers: thoughts on peer review and its impact on the wider scholarly community

Guest blog by Simon Bell, Publisher Portfolio Marketing, Publons Today we are putting a spotlight on the makeup and diversity of the SAGE Publishing reviewer community, exploring where they are based, their fields of expertise and the impact they have … Continue reading

65,000 SAGE Reviewers on Publons

SAGE is pleased to report that over 65,000 SAGE reviewers are now getting the recognition they deserve for their reviews via Publons.  Reviewers play an integral role in maintaining the integrity and accuracy of research.  This essential hard work can … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Are White Women Showing Up for Racial Justice?

Article title: Are White Women Showing Up for Racial Justice? Intergroup  Contact, Closeness to People Targeted by Prejudice, and Collective Action From Psychology of Women Quarterly A fervent resurgence in the struggle for racial justice has taken place in the … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Special Issue: Transgender identity

Guest Editor Pierre-Paul Tellier From Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry This special edition of Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry presents manuscripts on health care of gender diverse children, adolescent, and emerging adults. Several of these articles are written by members of The Tavistock … Continue reading

One Badge at a Time: Why SAGE Supports the Office for Library Advocacy (and How You Can Too!)

By Olivia Butze  Have you ever left an American Library Association (ALA) conference overflowing with ideas to implement at your library? Between the many events and vast exhibits, ALA conferences are filled with inspirational content. However, with cuts to library funding … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: New school transitions for students with autism spectrum disorder: A systematic review on difficulties and strategies for success

Article title: Broken bridges—new school transitions for students with autism spectrum disorder: A systematic review on difficulties and strategies for success From Autism For any child, school transitions place enormous pressure to adapt quickly to new settings, which can strain … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Psychopathology of Stalking Offenders

Article title: Psychopathology of Stalking Offenders: Examining the Clinical, Demographic, and Stalking Characteristics of a Community-Based Sample From Criminal Justice and Behavior This study examined the correlates of stalking behavior and psychopathology among stalking offenders assessed using a rigorous diagnostic … Continue reading

On SAGE Insight: Implications of the declarative/procedural model for improving second language learning: The role of memory enhancement techniques

From Second Language Research The declarative/procedural (DP) model posits that the learning, storage, and use of language critically depend on two learning and memory systems in the brain: declarative memory and procedural memory. A variety of learning and memory enhancement … Continue reading