Below are instructions for searching, printing, and e-mailing when using the Sage Knowledge-book interface.
In August 2012 Sage released a re-designed Web site for their reference books collection.
Options for browsing through the contents of an e-book are listed in tabs beneath the item's title
For an encyclopedia, the options include:
For a handbook, the only option will be the table of conents.
Searching for words within the contents of this e-book and others in the Sage collection is a 3-step process:
You can search for forms of a term by using an asterisk (*) to substitute for missing letters. Example: cognit* finds cognitive, cognition, etc.
To find entries containing two or more words, connect them AND. Example: gay AND discriminat*
To search for synonyms, connect them with OR. Example: (gay OR homosexual*) AND discriminat*
To find entries containing a multi-word phrase, enclose the words within quotation marks. Example: "standardized test*"
When you are veiwing an individual article or chapter, options above and to the right of the entry will include:
For more information, see the "Help" option at the very top of the page.