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Crimspace/ Communicationspace

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SAGE has launched two new social networking sites for the academic community: crimspace for criminology and criminal justice; and communicationspace for media studies and communication.

These free-to-join public social networks are said to provide researchers with the ability to connect with colleagues; discuss issues and controversies in the forum;  read free content selected from SAGE books and journals; view podcasts and videos; and also find information on relevant events, jobs, funding and training.

These new sites follow the model of Methodspace, which SAGE launched in 2009 and which now has more than 7,500 members globally.