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African American Communities: One Hundred Years of Struggle and Creativity

Personal accounts revealing a century of racial tension published online for the first time

(Marlborough, October 2015) Award-winning publisher Adam Matthew announces the publication of African American Communities: the latest digital primary source collection in their growing portfolio of resources for the humanities and social sciences.


Essential perspective on global history now available

Adam Matthew Completes Publication of the ‘Church Missionary Society Periodicals’ Covering Two Hundred Years of World History

(Marlborough, England). Adam Matthew, a global provider of digital primary source content, has today announced the publication of the second and final module of Church Missionary Society Periodicals - ‘Medical Journals, Asian Missions and the Historical Record, 1816-1986’.



Examining the economics of the contemporary world: The SAGE Encyclopedia of Economics and Society

Los Angeles, CA- What are the economics of immigration, adoption, religion and social movements such as Occupy Wall Street? SAGE is pleased to publish The SAGE Encyclopedia of Economics and Society, a four-volume text that uncovers the economic processes behind contemporary issues and their impact on social and cultural life. With approximately 800 signed articles, this new reference work serves as a nontechnical resource for students and researchers across a range of social science topics.


New competition for members of the Irish Association for American Studies

Adam Matthew sponsors new American Studies competition with collection access and £500 prize

(Marlborough, UK) Adam Matthew are pleased to announce a new essay competition in partnership with the leading association on American Studies in Ireland, the Irish Association of American Studies (IAAS). The essay competition is aimed at postgraduate students, early career researchers and independent researchers in the field of American Studies.


SAGE Publishing acquires journal portfolio from prominent humanities and social science publisher, IP Publishing

London, UK. – SAGE Publishing, one of the world’s leading independent and academic publishers today announced the purchase of the full journal portfolio of academic journals publisher, IP Publishing Ltd.

IP Publishing Ltd is an independent company specializing in the publication of referred academic and professional journals within the humanities and social sciences. As of April 1st SAGE will be publishing the following five titles:




Covert and overt forms of sexism are equally damaging to working women

Los Angeles, CA- Frequent sexist wisecracks, comments and office cultures where women are ignored  are just as damaging to women as single instances of sexual coercion and unwanted sexual attention, according to a new study out today in The Psychology of Women Quarterly (a SAGE Journal). 


SAGE Publishing releases encyclopedia in the advancing field of intellectual and developmental disabilities

How can advances in genetics, brain imaging, treatments, and assessment reduce the stigma associated with intellectual and developmental disorders? How does this research further our understanding of these disorders, giving rise to possible treatment and policy options? SAGE Publishing announces the release of The SAGE Encyclopedia of Intellectual and Developmental Disorders to investigate these issues and more.


Study recommends 3 policies to improve children’s language development

Bilingual children from low-income homes are at greater risk of falling behind their peers in developing the appropriate language skills for their age group, leading to poorer academic achievement over time. A new article addresses how inequality impacts children’s language development and details policies that can intervene. This research is out today in Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences, a Federation of Associations in Behavioral & Brain Sciences (FABBS) journal published in partnership with SAGE Publishing.


Are Southern death-row inmates more polite?

Los Angeles, CA - Southern states are known to uphold a culture of honor and adhere to traditional politeness norms, but does this hold true for death-row convicts? A new article published today in SAGE Open finds that Southern death-row offenders are more likely to apologize for crimes in their final statements than offenders from other regions of the U.S.


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