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SAGE Journals continue strong growth in JCR
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***** Apologies for cross posting ***** SAGE Journals Continue Strong Growth in the Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, Singapore and Washington DC (June 30, 2009) - SAGE, the world's leading independent academic publisher, is pleased to announce strong growth in the just released 2008 Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports (JCR). SAGE has increased its number of ranked titles by an additional 11%, with 68% of journals increasing their impact factor. SAGE remains the market leader (by number of ranked titles) in 10 categories, including communication, criminology, political science, sociology, and urban studies. Highlights from the Social Science Edition include: -An increase to the #1 ranking for Personality and Social Psychology Review, which doubled its impact factor to 8.500, the 8th highest impact factor in the entire Social Science Edition -An increase to the #1 ranking from 4th for Review of Educational Research -Field Methods, a key title in SAGE's renowned research methods list, is a new entrant at #5 out of 61 in Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary Highlights from the Science Edition include: - A #1 ranking for Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair for the third year in a row - The American Journal of Sports Medicine increased to #2 from #4 in Sports Sciences and retained its #2 ranking in Orthopedics - Medical Decision Making increased its impact factor by 33%, maintaining its #3 rank in Medical Informatics and moving to #8 from #15 in Health Care Sciences & Services - Integrative Cancer Therapies was a new entrant at #2 in Integrative & Complementary Medicine - Surgical Innovation was a new entrant at #40 out of 148 in Surgery Seventeen journals were ranked for the first time, including six in SAGE's expanding portfolio in science, technology and medicine. "These achievements are the result of our commitment to building a high-impact list of must-have journals," said Alison Mudditt, SAGE Executive Vice President, Higher Education Group. "This growth is a testament to the strong collaboration between SAGE and the editors of our journals." added Ziyad Marar, Deputy Managing Director and Publishing Director. "It is great to see our list going from strength to strength with these increased rankings and new entries." ### Sheenagh McCarthy Senior Marketing Manager Library Group SAGE Publications Inc
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