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Explore the latest shifts that are changing the face of the media landscape with new sections that provide increased coverage on critical theory, communicating in the age of the emoji, Amazon’s impact on the publishing industry, the importance and controversy surrounding video games, and more!

SAGE opposes the America COMPETES Reauthorization Act of 2015 (H.R. 1806)

Los Angeles, CA. SAGE joins leading scientific associations and American universities in opposing the America COMPETES Reauthorization Act of 2015 (H.R. 1806). H.R.1806 challenges the value of the social and behavioral science research and restricts the proven processes of the experts at the National Science Foundation. SAGE opposes this legislation in its current form and urges members of Congress to vote no on H.R. 1806.

Using the SAGE Track reviewer database

The SAGE Track database contains contact information for authors who have previously submitted to the journal and reviewers who have been invited to review and/or reviewed for the journal. A user (e.g. a prospective reviewer) can create an account for a journal at any time. These searches can help identify suitable reviewers from these existing users in the system:

SAGE partners with the International and American Associations for Dental Research to launch JDR Clinical & Translational Research

SAGE is pleased to launch JDR Clinical & Translational Research in partnership with the International and American Associations for Dental Research (IADR/AADR). Publishing dental, oral, and craniofacial research at the interface of discovery science and clinical application, this new publication is a resource for researchers, clinician scientists, patients, and policymakers in the dental community. Dr.

Pediatric and Developmental Pathology set to move to SAGE Publishing in 2017

SAGE Publishing is pleased to announce that as of January 2017, it will begin publishing Pediatric and Developmental Pathology (PDP), the official journal of the Society for Pediatric Pathology (SPP) and the Paediatric Pathology Society (PPS)Addressing diseases that affect the human embryo, fetus, and child, PDP has been a resource for pediatricians, pathologists, and other developmental biologists, physicians and researchers since its founding in 1998.

New SAGE Publishing text examines war through the lens of the social sciences

SAGE Publishing is pleased to announce the release of the four-volume set, The SAGE Encyclopedia of War: Social Science Perspectives. Unlike traditional war encyclopedias that focus on military science and history, The SAGE Encyclopedia of War: Social Science Perspectives also covers the effect of wars on culture, trade, societies, and more.

How is communication research evolving in the digital age?

How do technologies such as social media, blogging, and texting affect the way communication and media research is conducted? Launching as a four-volume set, The SAGE Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods covers a range of theories and methodologies used in communication research as well as trends influencing the future of the field.

SAGE Explorer

SAGE Explorer

Your all-access pass to SAGE’s complete social science library

SAGE Explorer includes over 40,000 cases, videos, data, and more in a single subscription, giving your students, faculty, and researchers access to the most comprehensive product from the leader in social and behavioral sciences.

New Fukushima book features stark eyewitness accounts

Los Angeles, CA - March 11, 2014 will mark three years since Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant failed in the wake of a tsunami and earthquake – a failure that arguably could have been prevented with better planning and management. A new book by a commission of top experts drawn from the Japanese private sector dissects the disaster and includes chilling eyewitness accounts from Fukushima workers who were at the site at the very moment “the asphalt began to ripple” and cracks appeared on turbine buildings.