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JA130 Japanese Culture and Language   Tags: asian studies, block 1, block 2, east asian languages  

Last Updated: Apr 3, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Japanese schoolgirl confidential : how teenage girls made a nation cool

By Brian Ashcraft with Shoko Ueda

North Clarendon, Vermont, 2014

Third Floor: HQ799 .J3 A686 2014

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Japanese Studies Research

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.

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