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http://www.lib.duke.edu/ias/eac/japan/japanesestudies.html.   
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<p>This site provides a comprehensive guide to resources for Japanese studies, from Anthropology through Women's Studies.  It focuses, naturally, on resources available at Duke Univ., but also has links to web resources for different subjects, study abroad, funding resources, culture, etc.  It gives researchers, students, and librarians a good starting place regarding key reference materials for social sciences or humanities subjects.  Remember that you might be able to access the resources via ILL if you cannot get to Duke.</p>
 
<p>This site provides a comprehensive guide to resources for Japanese studies, from Anthropology through Women's Studies.  It focuses, naturally, on resources available at Duke Univ., but also has links to web resources for different subjects, study abroad, funding resources, culture, etc.  It gives researchers, students, and librarians a good starting place regarding key reference materials for social sciences or humanities subjects.  Remember that you might be able to access the resources via ILL if you cannot get to Duke.</p>
  
 
<p>The site is undergoing some revision to make it more navigable and less dense.  Suggestions welcome!</p>
 
<p>The site is undergoing some revision to make it more navigable and less dense.  Suggestions welcome!</p>
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= Tips for Developing Good Subject Guides =
 
= Tips for Developing Good Subject Guides =

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Japanese Studies Resources, Perkins Library, Duke University , http://www.lib.duke.edu/ias/eac/japan/japanesestudies.html.

This site provides a comprehensive guide to resources for Japanese studies, from Anthropology through Women's Studies. It focuses, naturally, on resources available at Duke Univ., but also has links to web resources for different subjects, study abroad, funding resources, culture, etc. It gives researchers, students, and librarians a good starting place regarding key reference materials for social sciences or humanities subjects. Remember that you might be able to access the resources via ILL if you cannot get to Duke.

The site is undergoing some revision to make it more navigable and less dense. Suggestions welcome!


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