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Japanese Studies: Databases

What is a database?

Databases provide access to high-quality peer-reviewed journal articles, conference proceedings, book chapters, dissertations and other sources.

These databases have been especially chosen for this subject area.

When carrying out your research for a piece of work, you will need to search more than one database to find all of the journal articles relevant to your topic, as each database covers different journals.

Databases-Japanese Studies

The boxes below list a collection of databases that the University Library provides to help you identify key literature in all the areas of Japanese Studies.

Most of these tools are available only to University of Manchester staff and students. Many require you to enter your Central username and password when off-campus. You can obtain your username and password from the Library's computer cluster machines. Alternatively you can use the IT Account Manager.

Full text databases-Japanese Studies

My Learning Essentials

Getting results: guides to searching databases
This set of online resources will demonstrate the process of performing a search on a number of database platforms.

View all workshops and online resources in this area on the
My Learning Essentials webpages.

Bibliographic databases-Japanese Studies

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