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Study Skills

SAGE publishes the work of leading minds in groundbreaking textbooks, influential journals, and must-have reference materials across the social science curriculum. Known for our exceptional, high-quality content and innovative resources, instr­­­uctors, students, and professionals alike trust us to provide the study and reference tools they need to succeed in both academic and professional environments.

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The First World War Portal Awarded Best Reference by Library Journal

The combined award covers both First World War collections: Personal Experiences and Propaganda and Recruitment

Marlborough, England - Digital primary sources publisher, Adam Matthew, announced today that The First World War Portal is the latest Adam Matthew collection to be awarded Best Reference by Library Journal.



Your roadmap to the nation’s capital: Washington Information Directory 2015–2016

Washington, DC. Because it’s filled with so many different governmental and nongovernmental agencies, offices, and officials, Washington, D.C., feels like a foreign land to many Americans. How do they find the right contact at the right organization? Where do they find specifics about equal employment opportunities, finance and investments, housing, immigration, terrorism, internships, or consumer product and food safety? Washington Information Directory 2015–2016 from CQ Press Reference is the perfect place to turn. 


Get the facts about real "soldiers of fortune" in: Mercenaries: A Guide to Private Armies and Private Military Companies

Washington, DC - From Sleepy Hollow’s the Headless Horseman to Jason Bourne, Rambo, The A-Team, and Soldier of Fortune magazine, we’re fascinated by fictitious mercenaries and those who seem to be able to solve the world’s security issues in unique and behind-the-scenes ways. Are those types of soldiers really active in our world—or are they just a product of popular culture’s imagination?



Criminology & Criminal Justice

Sage is an international, leading publisher of groundbreaking textbooks, highly influential journals, and innovative, cutting-edge resources and tools in criminology and criminal justice. Known for our quality content, depth of coverage, and emphasis on connecting theory and research to real-life practice, we offer textbooks, journal content, reference books, and supplementary materials that represent the work of some of the most influential minds in the field.   

 



How much does the government get involved with the sciences? Science and Politics: An A-to-Z Guide to Issues and Controversies

Washington, DC - From abortion and euthanasia to climate change, stem cell research, hydraulic fracturing, and medical marijuana, science has become increasingly politicized. This trend is deepened by the role government funding plays in scientific research and development. Exploring this uneasy alliance between two realms that, until recent times, had little to do with each other is the new Science and Politics: An A-to-Z Guide to Issues and Controversies, published by CQ Press.



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