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The Harvard Korean Studies Bibliography

80,000 References on Korea

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$26.95 • £19.95 • €24.30

ISBN 9780674002395

Publication Date: 05/30/2000

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With references to some 50,000 articles, 17,000 books, 4,000 chapters in books, 7,000 dissertations, and 4,000 reviews, The Harvard Korean Studies Bibliography is the largest listing of Western-language publications on Korea available in CD format. The coverage spans works in all subject areas published from the eighteenth century to the present in English and other European languages using the Roman alphabet.

EndNote® software included with the CD allows searches by author, title, subject, or date of publication. Bibliographies can be formatted and printed in any of several standard reference styles. The CD can be run on both Mac and PC platforms.

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