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Chicago - Author-Date Style

Monographic Book:

DiNitto, Rachel. 2019. Fukushima Fiction: The Literary Landscape of Japan's Triple Disaster. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.

E-Book:

Furukawa, Hideo. 2016. Horses, Horses, in the End the Light Remains Pure: A Tale that Begins with Fukushima. Translated by Doug Slaymaker with Akiko Takenaka. New York: Columbia University Press. https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/colby/detail.action?docID=4356923.

 

Articles

in a Book:

Qiao, Shu. 2016. "Thick Fried Omelette." In The Sound of Salt Forming: Short Stories by the post-'80s Generation in China, edited by Geng Song and QingXiang Yang, 232-238. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.

in an E-Book:

De Masi, Vicenzo and Han Yan. 2016. "The Digital Turn in Storytelling and Creative Industries in China: A Report." In Storytelling and Education in the Digital Age: Experiences and Criticisms, edited by Matteo Stocchetti, 59-75. Frankfurt am Main: PL Academic Research. https://library.oapen.org/handle/20.500.12657/25819

in a Periodical:

Koh, Dong-Yeon. 2019. "The Place-ness of the DMZ: The Rise of DMZ Tourism and the Real DMZ Project." Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique 27 (4): 653-685.  

if electronically accessed:

Add at the end of the citation:  Project Muse  or:  muse.jhu.edu/article/738895  or:   doi = 10.1215/10679847-7726929

in a Newspaper:

Rich, Motoko. 2020. "As Abe Prepares to Leave Office, Uncertainty Reigns in Japan." New York Times, Aug. 29, 2020. [Add at the end: ProQuest or other platform, or url, or doi.]

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MLA

Monographic Book:

DiNitto, Rachel. Fukushima Fiction: The Literary Landscape of Japan's Triple Disaster. University of Hawai'i Press, 2019.

E-Book:

Furukawa, Hideo. Horses, Horses, in the End the Light Remains Pure: A Tale that Begins with Fukushima. Translated by Doug Slaymaker with Akiko Takenaka. Columbia University Press, 2016, ProQuest EBook Central, https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/colby/detail.action?docID=4356923.

 

Articles

in a Book:

Qiao, Shu. "Thick Fried Omelette." The Sound of Salt Forming: Short Stories by the post-'80s Generation in China, edited by Geng Song and QingXiang Yang, University of Hawai'i Press, 2016, pp. 232-238.

in an E-Book:

De Masi, Vicenzo and Han Yan. "The Digital Turn in Storytelling and Creative Industries in China: A Report."  Storytelling and Education in the Digital Age: Experiences and Criticisms, edited by Matteo Stocchetti,  PL Academic Research, 2016. OAPEN,  https://library.oapen.org/handle/20.500.12657/25819

in a Periodical:

Koh, Dong-Yeon. "The Place-ness of the DMZ: The Rise of DMZ Tourism and the Real DMZ Project." positions: East Asia Cultures Critique, vol. 27, no.4, Nov 2019, pp. 653-685.

if electronically accessed:

Add at the end of the citation:  , Project Muse, https://muse.jhu.edu/article/738895. Accessed 9 Sept. 2020.

in a Newspaper:

Rich, Motoko. "As Abe Prepares to Leave Office, Uncertainty Reigns in Japan." New York Times, 29 Aug. 2020, late ed., East Coast, p.A12.

[Add at the end: the url, e.g., https://search-proquest-com.colby.idm.oclc.org/docview/2438162406?pq-origsite=summon. Accessed 9 Sept. 2020.]

APA

Monographic Book:

DiNitto, R. (2019). Fukushima fiction: The literary landscape of Japan's triple disaster. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.

E-Book:

Furukawa, H. (2016) Horses, Horses, in the End the Light Remains Pure: A Tale that Begins with Fukushima. (D. Slaymaker with A. Takenaka, Trans.) Retrieved from https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/colby/detail.action?docID=4356923.

 

Articles

in a Book:

Qiao, S. (2016). Thick fried omelette. In Geng Song and QingXiang Yang, (Eds.), The sound of salt forming: Short stories by the post-'80s generation in China, (pp.232-238).  Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.

in an E-Book:

De Masi, V. & Yan, H. (2016). "The digital turn in storytelling and creative industries in China: A report." In Matteo Stocchetti (Ed.),  Storytelling and education in the digital age: Experiences and criticisms. Retrieved from https://library.oapen.org/handle/20.500.12657/25819.

in a Periodical:

Koh, D-Y. (2019) The Place-ness of the DMZ: The Rise of DMZ Tourism and the Real DMZ Project.  Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique, 27 (4), 653-685.

if electronically accessed:

Add at the end of the citation:   https://muse.jhu.edu/article/738895. [or doi]

in a Newspaper:

Rich, M. (2020, Aug.29). As Abe prepares to leave office, uncertainty reigns in Japan. New York Times, p.A12.

[For electronic version, omit page numbers and add after title of newspaper:  Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.colby.idm.oclc.org/docview/2438162406?pq-origsite=summon (or other url)]

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