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Thinking of Publishing in a Journal Published by SAGE?

SAGE, the parent of Social Science Space, publishes more than a thousand journals across many disciplines. Given that, it has created a number of structures and process that help prospective authors publish here.

9 months ago
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Why Do We Still Have Journals?

It’s time for a broader dialogue about how we connect the aims of the social science enterprise to our system of journals, argues the editor of Administrative Science Quarterly.

5 years ago
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Human testing

Publication Ethics and Biomedical Imperialism

Applying ethics to social science research can raise as many issues as it answers. A new set of guidelines on which Robert DIngwall consulted gives clarity in some cases like manipulation of images and duplicate publication but leaves some other controversies unsettled.

5 years ago
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Who Really, Really Wants Open Access?

There is broad agreement is the desirability of wider access by readers to scholarly journal articles. There is less agreement on who these imagined readers might be.

6 years ago
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How can textbooks further student engagement?

All criticism of the genre notwithstanding, textbooks do have a central role to play in turning sociology students into sociologists. Sometimes I do wonder, however, whether it is time to re-invent the textbook.

7 years ago
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OA and the UK Humanities & Social Sciences

The opportunity for H&SS to reach much wider audiences who appreciate the value of their work generally, and to reach those specific people who will make important use of it is enormous.

7 years ago
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War in History: Open Access Journals

Simon Ball, Head of the School of Humanities at the University of Glasgow, discusses the dangers of Gold Route OA to the Humanities and scholarship in general.

7 years ago
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