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Reference Books

SAGE Reference/Major work titles are well researched and presented with an authoritative, interdisciplinary, and accessible approach which makes them invaluable assets for students and researchers.


Building on SAGE's tradition of publishing high-quality scholarly works for more than 35 years, we are concentrating our efforts on providing upper-level undergraduate and graduate textbooks, handbooks, and professional books. Our Books Division also includes the SAGE Reference program, which publishes encyclopedias and other reference works. SAGE currently publishes more than 800 titles per year worldwide across its imprints, and has over 12,000 titles in print.

SAGE Books

SAGE Knowledge hosts more than 4,100 carefully selected titles by world-class authors on hot topics across the social sciences. It includes academic and supplementary titles that contribute to the knowledge base of students and researchers, foundational books in core areas of research and debate, accessible student reference, and numerous practical professional titles in education.


Books Permissions

If you would like to re-use content from any SAGE book in another publication, please direct your request to

Please note that SAGE does not hold the copyright to all the content we publish. This is particularly the case with collections including our Major Works/Reference programme and where some of the material will have been reproduced with the permission of another rightsholder. Please check the references to establish the correct copyright holder before contacting us.

Criminology and Criminal Justice Books

SAGE’s Criminology books support students, lecturers and researchers at every stage of their academic career, ranging from introductory textbooks, to higher-level critical titles and reference works. With leading international authors and editors covering topics such as policing, penology, youth crime, criminological research, and terrorism, you’re sure to find something of interest.

SAGE Book Content Open Access Archiving Policy

The table below summarises the open access archiving policy for book content published by SAGE.

The policy outlined below has been developed to enable authors of SAGE books and Institutional Repository Managers to easily identify what book content can be archived under what terms. For the archiving of content outlined below in open access archives, no additional, specific permission to archive is required.

The Settled Strangers

21 April 2016: The leading international magazine ‘The Economist’ ran an exclusive article on the success stories of Asian businessmen in Africa. The article is in fact named after the book “Settled Strangers” (SAGE, 2013) penned by the Dutch Historian, Dr Gijsbert Oonk on a similar subject.

SAGE Knowledge

Hosting more than 5,100 titles, SAGE Knowledge includes an expansive range of SAGE eBook and eReference content, including scholarly monographs, reference works, handbooks, series, professional development titles, as well as business case studies, and streaming video - making this the ultimate social sciences digital library for students, researchers, and faculty.

SAGE Research Methods

SAGE Research Methods is the essential online resource for anyone doing research or learning how to do research. With more than 800 books, reference works, journal articles, and videos from SAGE’s world-renowned research methods list, SAGE Research Methods provides information on writing a research question, conducting a literature review, choosing a research method, collecting and analyzing data, and writing up the findings.

Reviewer Rewards

At SAGE we value the hard work and dedication of our reviewers, so we are very happy to offer the following rewards every time you review for a SAGE journal: