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UNAS1716/UNAS1717: Hiroshima to K-Pop


Getting Started

Course research guide for students in Hiroshima to K-Pop

Researching in the Humanities

This page provides a few entry points for students getting started with college-level research. The goal here it to move beyond a Google search and begin searching intentionally for excellent material.

This page lists a few resources related to film specifically, as well as a few databases for research. You can also use the following guides to find more resources related to Asian Studies, History, or Film.

Modern Asia History Guide

Asian Studies Portal

Film Studies

Background Information to Start Your Research

Finding Journal Articles for Context

Interdisciplinary Streaming Films

Additional Platforms

Additional titles are also available through Amazon Prime and Netflix. Students should be aware that the libraries can't acquire licenses for those titles. 

Finding Film Reviews & Critical Commentary


Use the Library Guide on Citations to learn more about different citation styles, as well as Zotero, a citation manager that can help you save sources and cite them in your research.

Citation Guide

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