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Scholarship is changing: we are on the journey together

At SAGE, we believe passionately that engaged scholarship lies at the heart of any healthy society and that education is intrinsically valuable. This vision drives our business and our actions. We are committed to supporting the scholarly communication chain and that includes being a collaborative partner with libraries.

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  • February 2018 - Explore the evolution of tourism as an economic entity a SAGE Whitepaper that traces the evolution of tourism as an economic entity and takes you, the reader through the various definitions of tourism and the fine differences between different categories of travelers.

 


 


 

  • November 2017 - Conceptualising the Self with the aid of Social Psychology a SAGE whitepaper that explores the individual ‘self’ as a concept, with the help of Social Psychology. By laying out the essential features that define the “self”, it engages with crucial topics like development of self-concept and its management and maintenance.

 


 


  • November 2017Conceptualising the Self with the aid of Social Psychology Read an article that explores the individual ‘self’ as a concept, with the help of Social Psychology. By laying out the essential features that define the “self”, it engages with crucial topics like development of self-concept and its management and maintenance.








 


 

  • August 2017 – “Exploring the formulation and implementation of Public Policy” – This article that does not merely delve in the abstract theoretical issues when conceptualizing Public Policy. It provides a holistic understanding by exploring the formulation and implementation of public policy and highlights its technical characteristics.



  • August 2017 - "Doing Sociology of Gender in the Classroom: Re-imagining Pedagogies" - This article is an attempt to engage in a serious dialogue on how we do Sociology of Gender in our classrooms. How students effectively construct, represent and transform knowledge and how they develop competence in and beyond the learning areas depend much on the pedagogical insights that instructors employ in classrooms.