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SAGE opposes FIRST Act cuts to social, behavioral, and economic science funding and political interference in the NSF grant-application process

Los Angeles, CA - Leading social and behavioral sciences publisher SAGE today joined with science associations and American universities in opposing the FIRST Act. This act proposes to cut the funding level for the National Science Foundation’s Directorate of Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences by almost 42 percent and imposes unnecessary and burdensome rules on the proven grant-application procedures and gold-standard merit-review processes overseen by the scholars at the NSF.



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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).


Redefining the assumptions of research with the newly published SAGE Handbook of Digital Journalism

London, UK. In the digital age, Journalism research faces important challenges to capture, examine, and understand the current news environment. Responding to these changes, SAGE Publishing today announces the publication of The SAGE Handbook of Digital Journalism, which begins by addressing the pressing need for a thorough and bold debate to redefine the assumptions of research within journalism studies.


SAGE rings in 2019 by winning 6 awards

SAGE Publishing is pleased to announce the reception of a Modern Library Award (MLA) for SAGE Video and five Choice Outstanding Academic Title Awards for SAGE Research Methods, The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology, CBT for Beginners, CQ Press Voting and Elections Collection, and Statistics with R: A Beginner’s Guide



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New Study: Are voters influenced by campaign visits?

Despite their extensive national press coverage, campaign visits might not be worth presidential candidates’ time and resources. A new study out today finds that voters are largely unaware of and unresponsive to campaign visits. The study was published as part of a special issue of The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (a journal from SAGE Publishing) titled “Elections in America.”


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