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Funding bodies, policies and compliance

A number of funders require research articles which have resulted from their funding to be made open access. Sage helps authors comply with these mandates either via the gold open access publication route or green open access archiving.

Funder Agencies' Open Access Mandates

Please check with your funder if there is a mandate to publish your research open access and the criteria for compliance. There are other resources which may also be helpful:

Using crowdsourcing to inform government: SAGE’s latest big data newsletter out now

In the fifth edition of our monthly big data and social research newsletter, we explore the SAGE/Campaign for Social Science lecture that was delivered by Beth Simone Noveck, director of The Governance Lab at NYU and former U.S. Deputy Chief Technology Officer, in November. We also highlight a recent LSE Impact blog post written by our very own Katie Metzler, Head of Methods Innovation, about the big data skills gap in the social sciences.   

Kicking off 2017: SAGE and big data, a newsletter

In the latest edition of the Big Data and Social Research Newsletter, we highlight the Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis 2017, sponsored by SAGE Publishing, which has several courses of interest to social scientists working with big data. We also share news of MethodSpace’s new Big Data Hub, a community space dedicated to the discussion and advancement of big data analysis. Find out more in the latest edition.  


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Counseling and Professional Identity Series

Series Editors: Richard D. Parsons, PhD and Naijian Zhang, PhD

SAGE's Counseling and Professional Identity (CPI) Series fosters the development of knowledgeable- and caring professional counselors by providing texts for a wide range of courses offered in most Counseling training programs. The CPI text authors are both instructors and practitioners whose content is informed by their field-tested experience. Case illustrations, self reflection exercises, and keystone summaries help future counselors practice their skills and develop their professional identity.