Resources for Journal Authors and Editors
SAGE is the natural home for authors, editors, and societies. We are committed to providing the best possible service to all our publishing partners. The information on these web pages is designed to make publishing your article in a SAGE journal, or submitting a proposal for a new journal as easy as possible.
Authors can find information on why to publish in a SAGE journal, the manuscript submission process and SAGE’s publishing policies, as well as ideas to promote your published article through the Journal Author Gateway link below. Editors (or potential new SAGE editors wanting to submit a journal proposal) can find a wealth of information on how to manage their journal and ensure publication of the highest quality papers through the Journal Editor Gateway.
If you have a query about submitting your paper to a particular journal, please get in touch with the journal directly. Contact details can be found on the journal's website. View a full list of SAGE journals. For general queries, or if you can’t find the information you’re looking for on these pages, please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Read SAGE's most highly downloaded and cited articles!
We have compiled collections of our most highly downloaded and cited journal articles from across our entire journals portfolio. The lists recognise more than 100 recent articles published from 2009 – 2010, and also the most downloaded older articles from SAGE's deep journal archive (spanning from 1879 to 1999).Articles have been drawn from the 39 disciplines in which we publish, reflecting the full breadth of SAGE's publishing programme across the Humanities and Social Sciences, and Science, Technical and Medical fields. To view our most downloaded and most cited SAGE articles, please visit: SAGE's Most Downloaded/Cited Articles 2009-2010.