You are here

SAGE Video

Representing Diversity in Multiple Forms

SAGE Video streaming collections are skillfully curated to provide a comprehensive academic teaching, learning, and research resource in each of our collection disciplines, and strives to showcase a diverse range of content and representation of people and populations throughout our videos.

Our editorial team is committed to prioritizing diversity within their assertive content strategy as they collaborate with a broad scope of academics, societies, and practitioners that span from internationally recognized professional organizations and top-ranked universities to community colleges. These contributor partners are individuals who have the expertise, time, and interest to help create our video collections, and we do our best to work with them to reflect diversity in the field. This diversity in contributors and deep dives into the content specific to each of our collections serves as a well-rounded and authentic representation of the subjects covered throughout SAGE Video.


Dr. Ramani Durvasula discusses HIV and AIDS, and uses two case studies to examine the effects these diseases have on mental health. She also discusses the best techniques for the treatment of mental health concerns from HIV and AIDS. 

Dr. Qile discusses his research into the transfer of knowledge across organizational boundaries. He discusses what information can be transferred, how it is to be transferred, and what kind of benefits can accrue from the transfer. 

Race Representation in Film and Sports Media

Professor Richard Craig discusses race representation in film and sports media.

Social Work Case

Michael Dentato asks how you would advocate for and assist a transgender woman with her oppressive health care provider.

Using Technology in Education

Several teachers discuss various ways they use technology in the classroom and the benefits of that technology. They also explore the practical purposes and the future of technology in the classroom.

Bystander Intervention and Diffusion of Responsibility

This video explores the historical background, the psychological experiments, and the five-step helping process of bystander intervention and diffusion responsibility. Also, learn how to react if you are in an emergency situation, whether or not you are the victim or bystander.

Professor Richard Mansbach explains how identity-based conflicts can arise from religion, race, ethnicity, nationality, and other sources. He touches on several identity conflicts in the Middle East and in Africa, and points out that these conflicts are often misunderstood as interstate problems rather than identity-based problems.

 

Stephen Brown an English Coordinator at the Hove Park School, discusses student debate and the long-lasting growth, engagement, and intellectual confidence it can instill in students. By using cross-curricular skills students stay engaged and use their knowledge to create a reputable opening argument and closing argument.

Professor Maxine David discusses Russia's foreign policy. She defines the country's approach as a combination of both domestic and international contexts combined with an uncertain but historically proud national identity.

Professor Nicholas Clarke discusses his research into emotional intelligence and workplace learning. He defines emotional intelligence and the different ways emotional intelligence can affect leadership and productivity in an organization.

Gender Roles in Media

Professor Richard Craig discusses the portrayal of race and gender roles in film, advertising, music, and media in general.

The Chinese Are Coming

The BBC's Justin Rowlatt travels from Angola to Tanzania to explore China's growing influence on Africa. China has a significant presence in the construction, shipping, and mining industries, but individual entrepreneurs are also making inroads into local economies.

Advocating for LGBTQ Rights

Michael Dentato discusses the role of social work in advocating for LGBTQ rights.

Emotionally Focused Therapy

Shea Dunham works with Danielle and Jay, a married couple who have come to therapy to work on trust in their marriage over the course of five counseling sessions. Viewers will witness how clients change from session to session, how the approach to treatment changes over time, and how various therapeutic interventions are applied in different