Tutt Library Research Guides
Japanese schoolgirl confidential : how teenage girls made a nation cool
By Brian Ashcraft with Shoko Ueda
North Clarendon, Vermont, 2014
HQ799 .J3 A686 2014
No one is born knowing how to use a library for college research. All of us at Tutt Library are ready to help you with your research whether you are a first year student or a tenured professor.
Japanese Studies is an exciting, interdisciplinary field, with research tools often spanning many disciplines. For instance, a research topic dealing with marriage in Japan could reflect a wide variety of viewpoints, depending on the lens through which you chose to look. Research, therefore, may need to be undertaken in a variety of disciplines, such as History, Sociology or Anthropology.
Use the yellow tabs to navigate your way to books and journal articles, and for other research tips.
The librarians at Tutt are here for YOU! Feel free to contact me personally, or sit down and have a one-on-one session with the librarian at the Research Help Desk (located in the library lobby).