While not a discipline in its own right, the design, collection, analysis and presentation of data is the foundation upon which knowledge claims must sit. And throughout our history, SAGE has committed to publishing research methods: our founder, Sara Miller McCune, published SAGE’s first methods book in 1970. Since then SAGE has committed to publishing research methods through journal articles, textbooks and now a suite of born-digital products to support scholars as they develop their fields.
Today we have more than 1,200 textbooks, reference works and journals in research methods as well as online products, including SAGE Research Methods, SAGE Research Methods Cases and SAGE Research Methods Datasets.
SAGE Research Methods supports research at all levels by providing material to guide users through every step of the research process.
Combines pedagogical expertise and top instructional design to create structured online learning that is loved by students, researchers and faculty alike.
Our robust list of publications and digital resources has grown with the social sciences and continues to hold qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods research to rigorous standards.