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Sage publishes more than 1000 high-impact journals across a broad range of disciplines. Sage has forged strong partnerships for nearly half a century, publishing on behalf of more than 400 learned societies and institutions. We are uniquely positioned between the big commercial publishers and small university presses to provide worldwide distribution of your research with a personal touch.

Our commitment to service and our personal attention ensures that you'll be an active participant in the publishing process. Publish with Sage, and you will benefit from:


Your gateway to world-class research

The mission of Sage and our journals program is to build bridges to knowledge. Our portfolio of more than 1,100 journals, including over 200 gold open access journals, and 400 society partners, allows us to help researchers, educators, institutions, and our society partners, shape the future. As an independent organization, we are free to think long-term, free to do more, and free to work together to create lasting relationships that transform and advance knowledge.  


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New Journals

We are pleased to announce the new journals that are being published by Sage from 2021

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Sage Journals

More than 1,100 peer-reviewed journals, with 79% ranked in the JCR*, spanning humanities, social sciences and science, technology, engineering and medicine – the heart of your research. 

Reasons to subscribe to Sage Journals

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Journals Permissions

In general, reusing or reproducing substantial portions of Sage Publishing content requires permission. This includes use of text, figures, tables, multimedia content, and any other material published by Sage. In some instances, Sage may make its content freely viewable; however, such material may require permission for reuse. To seek permission, please review the information below.