SAGE Publishing is the natural home for authors, editors, and societies. We are committed to providing the best possible service to all our publishing partners. The information on these web pages is designed to make publishing your article in a SAGE journal, or submitting a proposal for a new journal as easy as possible.
Authors can find information on why to publish in a SAGE journal, the manuscript submission process and SAGE’s publishing policies, as well as ideas to promote your published article through the Journal Author Gateway. If you have a query about submitting your paper to a particular journal, or to find out the status of a paper you have submitted to a journal, please get in touch with the journal directly. Contact details can be found on the journal's webpage. View a full list of journals here.
Editors (or potential new SAGE editors wanting to submit a journal proposal) can find a wealth of information on how to manage their journal and ensure publication of the highest quality papers through the Journal Editor Gateway. If you are interested in submitting a proposal for a new journal, or working with SAGE Publishing on a current journal, please visit: https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/new-journal-proposals
The peer review process is essential to the development of research across all subject areas. At SAGE we value the work done by peer reviewers in the academic community, who provide an essential service to the process of publication excellence, driving research within their fields of expertise. If you would like to review for a journal or find out more about peer review and ethical responsibilities, please visit our Journal Reviewer Gateway. All SAGE reviewers are offered access to SAGE Journals via a personalised link, provided by email. Should this link not work please forward the e-mail including the link to the SAGE Online Support Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
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