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Digitization of the Church Mission Society Periodicals Announced

Award-winning publisher Adam Matthew to digitize thousands of pages of content from world-renowned Archive

Marlborough, England - Adam Matthew today announced the signing of an agreement with the Church Mission Society (CMS) to digitize hundreds of thousands of pages of periodicals covering 1841 to 2009.

This announcement marks the latest stage in Adam Matthew’s association with the Church Mission Society spanning nearly 20 years.

What leads to the local adoption and implementation of recreational marijuana policies?

Los Angeles, CA- When states move to legalize marijuana, local governments are faced with enacting — or in some cases restricting — the policy change in their jurisdictions. Using Colorado as a case study, a new study finds that public opinion, tax revenues and existing medical marijuana policies affect local governments’ decisions to allow the sale of recreational marijuana. This study is published today in State and Local Government Review (A SAGE Journal).

Sage College DEI - Contemporary Communication

From the Editor's Desk page

A More Contemporary Communication Text:
New Coauthors Add the Perspective We Knew We Were Missing 

By Jennifer Jovin-Bernstein, Senior Content Development Editor
February 9, 2022

SAGE Publishing acquires software and services developer GVPi

SAGE Publishing has today announced the acquisition of Global Village Publishing (GVPi), a software and services provider specializing in the delivery of customized digital publishing solutions.

“This acquisition provides SAGE with talented development resources, great technology, and the capacity to fuel our aggressive growth plans across our digital products and offerings,” said John Shaw, Vice President of Publishing Technologies.

Women in military less likely to drink than civilian women

Los Angeles, CA - While it is known that members of the U.S. military overall are more likely to use alcohol, a new study finds that female enlistees and female veterans are actually less likely to drink than their civilian counterparts. This study was published today in Armed Forces & Society, a SAGE journal published on behalf of the Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society.

New cooking training significantly decreases sodium levels in Chinese take-out meals

While Chinese dishes are known to have one of the highest salt contents of all food categories, new research finds that a cooking training for Chinese take-out chefs and restaurant owners can result in substantial reductions in sodium in the foods they serve with no substantial loss of taste. This study was published today in Public Health Reports.

SAGE to begin publishing Media International Australia

London, UK. SAGE Publishing, one of the world’s leading independent and academic publishers, today announces that it is to begin publishing Media International Australia (MIA), a peer-reviewed journal publishing scholarly research and reviews about media, telecommunications and cultural industries, policies and practices primarily focused on Australia and New Zealand.