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How have gender stereotypes changed in the last 30 years?

A new study finds that gender stereotypes are as strong today as they were 30 years ago, and that people are even more likely now to believe that men avoid “traditional” female roles. This research is out today in Psychology of Women Quarterly (PWQ), a journal from SAGE Publishing.


Shortlist for prestigious ESRC Celebrating Impact Prize 2016 announced

London, UK. The annual ESRC Celebrating Impact Prize is an opportunity to recognise and reward researchers whose work has made a real difference to society or the economy.

The prize is awarded to ESRC-funded social science researchers who have achieved impact through outstanding research, collaborative partnerships, engagement or knowledge exchange activities. 


How can medical centers transform their patient safety culture?

Though healthcare is not without risks or error, hospital employees can support a culture of patient safety by identifying, reporting, and learning from medical mistakes that have or could have harmed patients. In a new study, a training program focusing on team communication, leadership, and decision-making practices, known as Crew Resource Management (CRM), was found to improve perceptions of the safety culture by 8% over the course of two years. This study, the largest of its kind, is out today in the American Journal of Medical Quality from SAGE Publishing.



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.



SAGE to begin publishing Workplace Health and Safety journal

Official journal of the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses, Inc. (AAOHN)

Los Angeles, CA - SAGE today announces that it will begin publishing Workplace Health & Safety (WHS), a journal that supports and promotes the practice of occupational and environmental health nursing, beginning in early 2015.


SAGE launches open access journal, Educational Neuroscience

Los Angeles, CA. SAGE today announces the launch of Educational Neuroscience (EdN), an open access journal that explores developing brain-behavior relationships and their implications for the science of learning, academic skill acquisition, and education practice at multiple levels of the educational systems from early childhood to higher education.


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). 


Adam Matthew and the British Association of American for American Studies launch new essay competition

Adam Matthew sponsors exclusive North 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 the UK, the British Association of American Studies (BAAS). The essay competition is aimed at postgraduate students, early career researchers and independent researchers in the field of North American history.


Essay competition announced for members of the Scottish Association for the Study of America

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 Scotland, the Scottish Association for the Study of America (SASA). The essay competition is aimed at postgraduate students, early career researchers and independent researchers in the field of American Studies.


Decoding Huawei

London, UK.  “Huawei: Leadership, Culture and Connectivity” by Tian Tao, David De Cremer and Wu Chunbo, has launched today, published under imprint SAGE Response. Centered on the evolving philosophies and guiding strategies of the company, Prof Tian Tao explores Huawei’s growth to one of the top three telecoms companies globally.


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