To celebrate the 40th anniversary of SAGE’s Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences series, popularly known as the ‘little green books,’ SAGE is offering the chance to win 40 Little Green Books for your students, library, or personal research. From now until December 15, send us a picture that answers the question: What have the Little Green Books meant to you?
For those unacquainted with the 96-page books, with their combination of innovative approach, scholarly attention, discipline-defining pedagogy, quality presentation, and affordable price, were an instant and enduring hit from their debut. They earned their name because each had a simple green cover, and since then university offices across the planet feature a collection of the green-spined volumes, often numbering into the dozens. (There are more than 160 titles.)
For those who do know and love their little green books, send an email to SAGE.Contest@sagepub.com with the following:
- A photo depicting your answer to: What have the Little Green Books meant to you?
- Your name and title
- Name of your institution (if applicable)
- Title of photo (no more than 10 words)
- Description of photo (no more than 40 words)
Entries will be judged on the ability to depict the answer to the question, creativity, and quality of the photo.