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SAGE Journal authors are able to use their article in certain circumstances without any further permission. The chart above includes common requests and an explanation of which ‘version’ of the article can be used in each circumstance.
|I want to:||cleared||requires permissions|
|supply my article to my students or use the article for teaching purposes||Version 3|
|supply my article to a research colleague at an academic institution||Version 3|
|supply my article to a commercial organization for republication, distribution or a web posting||X|
|upload my article to my institution repository or department website||Version 2|
|upload my article to a repository NOT affiliated with my institution, 12 months after publication||Version 2|
|republish my article in a book I am writing or editing||Version 3|
|contribute my article to a book edited or written by someone else||X|
For advice on how to clear permission for a manuscripts you intend to submit to for publication in a SAGE Journal, please visit our Author Gateway Copyright and Permissions FAQ.
If you wish to re-use an Open Access article under a Creative Commons License, visit our page on Re-use of Open Access Content for more information.