Author: Sage

Sage, the parent of Social Science Space, is a global academic publisher of books, journals, and library resources with a growing range of technologies to enable discovery, access, and engagement. Believing that research and education are critical in shaping society, 24-year-old Sara Miller McCune founded Sage in 1965. Today, we are controlled by a group of trustees charged with maintaining our independence and mission indefinitely. 

Open Access Future in the Humanities and Social Sciences
Open Access
October 28, 2013

Open Access Future in the Humanities and Social Sciences

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Introducing Grace Conyers
Announcements
October 28, 2013

Introducing Grace Conyers

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Social science graduates more likely to be in work, report says
Research
October 28, 2013

Social science graduates more likely to be in work, report says

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Browse the entire eCollection: Open Access Perspectives in the Humanities and Social Sciences
Open Access
October 25, 2013

Browse the entire eCollection: Open Access Perspectives in the Humanities and Social Sciences

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AAU Explains Why the U.S. Federal Government Funds Social and Behavioral Sciences Research

AAU Explains Why the U.S. Federal Government Funds Social and Behavioral Sciences Research

Once again, the American Association of Universities has come out to publicly support social and behavioral research funding. As a follow up to […]

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The Science of Science Communication

The Science of Science Communication

The National Academy of Sciences hosted the second Arthur M. Sackler colloquium on the topic of the science of science communication, from […]

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Statement by AAU on Support for the Social and Behavioral Sciences

Statement by AAU on Support for the Social and Behavioral Sciences

We are pleased to report that this statement came out just today from the American Association of Universities:         […]

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Congress, Business & Advocates Need Good Data; Why Survey Response Rates are Falling

Congress, Business & Advocates Need Good Data; Why Survey Response Rates are Falling

A Congressional briefing in the U.S. Capitol Visitors Center: Legislators, advocates and businesses depend on data to do their work. Much of […]

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What Is the Value of Social Science?

What Is the Value of Social Science?

Ziyad Marar argues that greater funding of the social sciences is needed, not less

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New Social Media, New Social Science? Blurring the Boundaries: One Year On

New Social Media, New Social Science? Blurring the Boundaries: One Year On

Last year, SAGE, the National Centre for Social Research and the Oxford Internet Institute set up a network for social media researchers […]

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How do you establish trust and authority in today’s scholarly digital environment?

How do you establish trust and authority in today’s scholarly digital environment?

We would like to invite early career researchers to take part in a focus group to look at how scholars assign trust […]

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Big Data: Benefit to Society, or Drowning in a Data Deluge?

Big Data: Benefit to Society, or Drowning in a Data Deluge?

With larger data sets offering researchers the potential to look at more subtle interactions, big data is becoming increasingly valuable to social sciences, yet challenges remain.

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