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SAGE Releases Free-to-Read Collection with Research into Academic Freedom and Censorship

Sage has launched a new collection of free-to-read research highlighting the effects of academic censorship on democracy, social-emotional learning, higher education, and more. Banned books symbolize the clash between censorship and academic freedom. The suppression of banned books undermines the core principle of academic freedom, where scholars should explore diverse ideas without fear. This freedom nurtures critical thinking and innovation, integral to progressing society. Research is a cornerstone of this discourse and this collection of research highlights academic freedom, banned content, intellectual freedom, and more.
Categories in the collection include:

  • academic freedom
  • banned content
  • cultures in the classroom
  • intellectual freedom
  • social emotion learning

See also Index on Censorship – “a nonprofit that campaigns for and defends free expression worldwide. We publish work by censored writers and artists, promote debate, and monitor threats to free speech. We believe that everyone should be free to express themselves without fear of harm or persecution – no matter what their views. Index’s aim is to raise awareness about threats to free expression and the value of free speech as the first step to tackling censorship. Index relies entirely on the support of donors and readers to do its work.”

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