SAGE Video showcases highly relevant educational video across key social, behavioral, and health science disciplines. Each collection includes a breadth of video types to support diverse learning and research needs. All videos are fully citeable with searchable transcripts, custom clip creation, embedding, and include other video player features that make implementing video into the classroom and for independent use, user-friendly and easily accessible.
Business & ManagementThis collection will fit with the breadth and depth of business and management programs and includes expert videos from across the world on topics as varied as international business, leadership, and social media marketing. Hear from leading academics on key course concepts and watch management and marketing professionals from leading brands such as Kellogg’s and McDonald’s, along with business leaders and entrepreneurs at work.Editorial Board:Siah Hwee Ang, Victoria University of WellingtonSuzanne C. Beckmann, Copenhagen Business SchoolSuzanne Benn, University of Technology SydneyRob Blackburn, Kingston UniversityFrancoise Chevalier, HEC ParisRob Kozinets, University of Southern CaliforniaPramodita (Dita) Sharma, University of VermontShane Spiller, Western Kentucky UniversityScott Taylor, Birmingham UniversitySandra Waddock, Boston College
Counselling & PsychotherapyThis collection draws upon a vast network of SAGE’s authors and editors and includes many other practitioners in the field. It includes a host of tutorials to help develop core counseling and therapeutic skills; such as a series of 20 exclusive videos by renowned SAGE author Mick Cooper, multiple interviews with leading experts such as Jerrold Lee Shapiro on existential psychotherapy, John McLeod on evidence-based Practice, and many more films addressing teaching, learning, and practitioner issues.Editorial Board:Tim Bond, University of BristolEmmy van Deurzen, New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling, LondonNadya Fouad, University of Wisconsin-MilwaukeeMiguel Gallardo, Pepperdine UniversityLawrence Gerstein, Ball State UniversityFrederick Leong, Michigan State UniversityWalter Lonner, Emeritus Professor, Western Washington UniversityAndrew Reeves, University of Liverpool
Criminology & Criminal JusticeThis collection includes policing, courts, and corrections content for comprehensive coverage of all branches of the criminal justice system. Content takes students and researchers beyond policy implementation to empower them to consider criminal contexts and restorative justice efforts. With a focus on theory, practice, and research, this collection supports students and researchers at all levels. Tutorial videos take viewers step-by-step through the criminal investigation process; case studies show how research affects policy and practices; and documentary films take you inside forensics labs, correctional facilities, and court rooms.Editorial Board:Kevin Beaver, Florida State UniversityJan van Dijk, Tilburg UniversityJacinta Gau, University of Central of FloridaKelly Hannah-Moffat, University of TorontoCraig Hemmens, Washington StateMark Leymon, Portland StateMatthew Lippman, University of Illinois ChicagoLorraine Mazerolle, University of QueenslandSharon Pickering, Monash UniversityCallie Rennison, University of Colorado DenverJerzy Sarnecki, Stockholm UniversityFrank Schmalleger, Emeritus at University of North Carolina at PembrokeJim Sheptycki, York UniversityAzrini Wahidin, Nottingham Trent University
EducationThis collection offers an academic and practical view into a full range of teaching settings and situations, from early childhood education to educational leadership, to support students needing to understand theory and how to apply it in practice. Consisting of classroom footage, tutorials, expert interviews, and case study videos featuring teachers, leaders, and administrators; both in-class and practicum needs will be fully met. Contributors include leading authors Peter Smith on bullying, Wendy W. Murawski on co-teaching, Julia Link Roberts on gifted and talented education, and many more.Editorial Board:Scott Buckler, University of WorcesterAmanda Buotot, Texas State UniversityLaurie deBettencourt, Johns Hopkins UniversityAlma Fleet, Macquarie UniversityLani Florian, Edinburgh UniversityKimberly Gordon-Biddle, California State University, SacramentoGene Hall, University of Nevada Las VegasBill Howe, Connecticut Department of EducationDiana Linn, Texas A&M UniversityTerry Shepherd, Indiana University South Bend
LeadershipThis cross-disciplinary video resource represents the field of leadership as it is researched and taught in several key subject areas. Featuring leading SAGE authors and contributors including best-selling textbook author Peter Northouse, this curated leadership collection provides expertise on and insights into organizational contexts and real-life dimensions of leadership applicable to key course needs of leadership courses. A variety of content types including case studies, documentaries and scenario-based in practice films will help users develop and improve leadership skills and competencies; understand different leadership styles, traits, theories; and understand the challenges and application of leadership. Users will also witness role models for effective leadership in different contexts, subject areas and cultures; similarly, to understand the “dark side of leadership” and where things can go wrong.Editorial Board:Jean Hartley, The Open UniversityAlex Haslam, University of QueenslandAfsaneh Nahvandi, University of San DiegoLeah Omilion-Hodges, Western Michigan UniversityRosemary Papa, Northern Arizona UniversityRonald Riggio, Claremont McKenna CollegeDionne Rosser-Mims, Troy UniversityDenise Rousseau, Carnegie Mellon UniversityCorey Seemiller, Wright State UniversityHeather Scott, Kennesaw State UniversityScott Taylor, University of Birmingham
Media, Communication & Cultural StudiesThis collection offers academic viewpoints and real-life insights into how our media communicates with us and how we communicate with each other. Content explores enduring media narratives, new waves of media representation, shifting cultural understandings, and the ways we communicate with each other in these new networks. Topics range from communication studies, film and television studies, popular culture and cultural studies, media studies, and advertising. A blend of films cover these topics including originals featuring Hollywood producer Martin Cohen discussing film production, Sonia Livingstone on new media, Joe Turow on advertising and, Barbara Zelizer on journalism. Documentaries include the Media Education Foundation film, 'The Origins of Cultural Studies: Featuring Stuart Hall'.Editorial Board:Ed Donnerstein, University of ArizonaChad Edwards, Western Michigan UniversityTina Harris, University of GeorgiaSimon Lindgren, Umea UniversityPaul Long, Birmingham School of MediaSteve May, University of North CarolinaAndy Ruddock, Monash UniversityDeanna Sellnow, University of KentuckyGauti Sigthorsson, University of GreenwichLynn Turner, Marquette UniversityJoseph Turow, University of Pennsylvania
NursingThis collection emphasizes “softer” career-building skills and techniques that help nurses better understand and care for the “whole patient.” Some of the specific areas covered include communication skills, nursing theory and history, global and population health, and nurses’ role in advocacy and policy. Demonstration content from Medcom Trainex, a nursing video producer with accreditation from the American Nursing Credentialing Center (ANCC), is also included and covers care for geriatric and pediatric patients, assessment and care for survivors of abuse, courses on airway management, wound care, nutrition and lifespan development, and more. Designed to complement nursing clinical skills education, this collection helps students respond to the rapidly-changing health care system.Editorial Board:Bimbola Akintade, University of Maryland, BaltimoreJeri Brandt, Nebraska Wesleyan UniversityPaul Thomas Clements, University of Nevada, Las VegasPatricia W. Coleman-Burns, University of Michigan, Ann ArborMichael Dreher, College of New RochelleMajeda El-Banna, George Washington UniversityAnita Fitzgerald, California State University, Long BeachLorraine Nelson, Centennial CollegeDemetrius Porche, Louisiana State University, New Orleans
Political Science & International RelationsThis collection features videos that explore and explain political narratives, from buzzworthy policy debates to shifting international relationships. With content aimed at developing enduring political literacy, students and researchers alike can use this collection to understand the nuances of and legacies behind current headlines. Discover seminal documentaries from BBC Worldwide, interviews exploring behaviors of both electorate and elected, and footage of famous political speeches from Martin Luther King, Jr. and John F. Kennedy among others.View the title list hereEditorial Board:Lawrie Balfour, University of VirginiaMely Caballero Anthony, Nanyang Technological UniversityRosie Campbell, Birkbeck, University of LondonRosie Clawson, Purdue UniversityKeith Dowding, Australia National UniversityKelly M. Greenhill, Tufts UniversityTakashi Inoguchi, University of Niigata PrefectureThad Kousser, University of California San DiegoTodd Landman, Nottingham UniversityBen MacQueen, Monash UniversityAnja Mihr, Utrecht UniversityTaylor Owen, University of British ColumbiaSteve Rathgeb Smith, Syracuse UniversitySteve Saideman, Carleton UniversityGuy D. Whitten, Texas A&M University
PsychologyThis collection features videos of different content types that will help users instruct, learn, think deeply, and become even more curious about the broad field of psychology. Hear from leading academics covering core academic foundations, such as Professor Susan Fiske on social cognition and Dr. Ashok Jansari on neuropsychology. See professional psychologists in action, like forensic psychologists working inside a prison, or clinical psychologists treating patients with a variety of mental health disorders. Finally, venture back to the field’s beginnings via footage of John B. Watson, Muzafer Sherif, and others via licensed content from the Cummings Center for the History of Psychology.View the title list hereEditorial Board:Hymie Anisman, Carleton UniversityPhil Banyard, Nottingham Trent UniversityVirginia Braun, University of AucklandCatherine Haslam, University of QueenslandAlexander Haslam, University of QueenslandShelia Kennison, Oklahoma State UniversityTara Kuther, Western Connecticut State UniversityJames Moore, Goldsmiths College, LondonElizabeth Page-Gould, University of TorontoCraig Parks, Washington State UniversityAndrew Pomerantz, St. Louis UniversityBennett Schwartz, Florida International University
Social WorkThis collection showcases the skills necessary to become a social worker; gives insights into different client groups at the micro, mezzo, and macro levels; and elevates understanding of how theory and policy relate to practice. Global content covers issues and themes that are significant to the current field of social work including homelessness, LGTBQ rights, aging populations, advocacy, social justice, suicide, PTSD & trauma, self-care, and veterans.view the title list hereEditorial Board:Paula Beesley, Leeds Beckett UniversityBarb Braband, University of Portland School of NursingJill M. Chonody, Boise State UniversityAnnalisa Enrile, University of Southern CaliforniaPhilip Heslop, Northumbria UniversityJonathan Parker, Bournemouth UniversityAshley Quinn, University of British ColumbiaMichaela Rogers, University of SalfordMiu Chung Yan, University of British Columbia
SociologyThis collection covers the shifting understandings of social identities and the intersection of sociological conditions, from environmental and political to familial and cultural. Students and researchers at all levels hear from voices of differing backgrounds about how society functions and how we function within it. An array of different video types are available, including multiple hours of in practice footage that showcase how sociological theories and intersections play out in a real world context; tutorial videos that shed light on hot topics within the field; and case study videos that explore particular research and its impact on policy.View title list hereEditorial Board:Stephanie Baker, City UniversityLynda Cheshire, University of QueenslandAmy Donley, University of Central FloridaDaina Eglitis, George Washington UniversityKathleen Korgen, William Patterson UniversityMarkus Schafer, University of TorontoElizabeth Silva, Open UniversityGavin Smith, Australian National UniversityJean-Anne Sutherland, University of North Carolina, WilmingtonRichelle Swan, California State University, San MarcosJavier Trevino, Wheaton College
Research MethodsSAGE Research Methods Video includes several video collections, containing hours of tutorials, interviews, video case studies, and mini-documentaries covering the entire research process. The collections feature step-by-step guidance for a wide range of qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods, and the experiences of seasoned researchers in social science, behavioral science, data science, and health fields. Find videos made with expert researchers from leading research institutions, your favorite SAGE authors, great teachers, and more. Visit the SAGE Research Methods Video platform.