(12 July 2016, London, UK) SAGE Publishing today announced the launch of three new exclusive SAGE Video collections: Business and Management, Politics and International Relations and Psychology.
Designed to support research and learning, these three extensive and diverse streaming video collections feature 400 hours of video combined. Bringing key social science fields of research to life, the collections invigorate teaching, independent learning and research at all levels, adapting to the changing needs of students, while reinforcing course fundamentals and introducing new perspectives.
The majority of SAGE Video content is exclusive to SAGE, with over 60% in each collection originally commissioned and produced with leading academics, including many of our authors, editors and societies, to provide a complete disciplinary resource for students, faculty, and researchers that is unparalleled in the market.
The Business and Management collection features more than 140 hours of video, including in-depth interviews with experts from across the globe on topics as varied as innovation management, corporate social responsibility and social media marketing — including the very latest insights from marketing practitioners at brands including Kellogg’s and McDonald’s.
The Politics and International Relations collection provides more than 130 hours of video including interviews with renowned experts covering subjects including international migration, political philosophy and the international relations of China, as well as documentaries from BBC Worldwide and footage of famous political speeches from Martin Luther King and John F. Kennedy.
The Psychology collection includes over 130 hours of video with documentaries, historical footage and the accounts of real practitioners and real clients as well as original tutorials, such as forensic psychologists working inside a prison and clinical psychologists treating patients with a variety of mental health disorders, that allow the user to witness professional psychologists in action.
The full range of subject collections also includes; Counselling and Psychotherapy, Education and Media, Communication and Cultural Studies, with a further Research Methods collection launching later this year. Sign up for a beta trial here.
The full announcement is here.