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The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology presents new and foundational concepts about the field

Providing students, scholars, and practitioners an introduction to the full scope of the field, SAGE Publishing announces the publication of The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology. The new 7-volume resource contains more than 1,400 signed articles that discuss essential approaches and theories, numerous mental health disorders, assessment tools and psychotherapeutic interventions, and the social, legal, and cultural foundations that have caused controversy in abnormal and clinical psychology.

Simplifying the Data in Democracy: SAGE publishes Vital Statistics on American Politics 2015-2016

Ahead of an important election year, many are turning to political data for insight on the American political system—data that is vast and at times, complex. SAGE today announces the release of Vital Statistics on American Politics 2015-2016, containing easy-to-understand, statistical data about many topics in American politics in one volume. The text is updated with information from hundreds of sources and is written for students, professional researchers and interested citizens wanting to learn about a broad spectrum of United States politics and policies.

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.

SAGE Business Cases launches to put core business concepts into practice

Los Angeles, CA. SAGE Publishing is pleased to announce the launch of SAGE Business Cases, the first comprehensive business case collection created specifically for the library market. The discipline-wide collection of case studies enables students and researchers to analyze real-world challenges and take on the roles of decision-makers in all types and sizes of businesses.