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Information Literary Resources: Publishing

Publishing

Kristina Troost, PhD
Course: Research Methods in Japanese Studies, 2005 Spring,
Duke University

 

'A Public Betrayed': The Power of Japan's Scandal-Breaking Weeklies

In a new book, media ethics professor Takesato Watanabe and writer Adam Gamble explore the massive influence of Japan's controversial weekly newsmagazines, or shukanshi. There are two articles on this site, Japan Media Review, sponsored by the USC Annenburg School of Communication.

Monograph and Serial Costs in ARL Libraries 1986-1999

Contrasts rising costs and expenditures with diminishing subscriptions and purchases, and the pressure put on library budgets by increasing serial costs in particular.

Publishing your dissertation

  1. Getting it published : a guide for scholars and anyone else serious about serious books, by William Germano. (Chicago : University of Chicago Press, c2001).
    Introduction -- What do publishers do? -- Writing the manuscript -- Selecting a publisher -- Your proposal -- What editors look for -- Surviving the review process -- What a contract means -- Collections and anthologies -- Quotations, pictures, and other headaches -- How to deliver a manuscript -- And then what happens to it -- This book - and the next.
  2. From Dissertation to Book, by William P. Germano. (Chicago : University of Chicago Press, c2005).

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