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Southeast Asia Studies


 

Other Source Types

 


Use the information below to find Southeast Asia:

  • Course Reserves
  • Dissertations
  • Magazine Articles
  • Maps and Atlases
  • Newspapers and Microforms
  • Reviews

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COURSE RESERVES

 

Find course reserves, print materials for student courses, on The Library's Course Reserves page.

 

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DISSERTATIONS

 

Find dissertations, works of original academic research written by doctoral students to earn their PhD, in:

In A-Z Databases, select the subject "Southeast Asian Studies" and the database type "Dissertations and Theses". 

 

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GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS AND STATISTICS

 

Find government publications and statistics, which include all governmental and non-governmental statistical sources, in:

In A-Z Databases, select the subject "Southeast Asian Studies" and the database type "Statistics and Numeric Data". Additionally, look for government and statistical information in United Nations and WorldBank online sources.

 

MAGAZINE ARTICLES

Find magazine articles in:

 

 

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MAPS AND ATLASES

 

Find maps and atlases in:

 

 

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NEWSPAPERS AND MICROFORMS

 

Newspapers are often archived in microforms (microfilm, microfiche, or microcard), which can also be used to preserve other types of sources. Find them in:

In A-Z Databases, select the subject "Southeast Asian Studies" and the database type "News".