As China has evolved into an economic superpower, interest in its culture and current place in the world has skyrocketed; China Studies are now taught in almost every college or university in the U.S., as well as in many junior high and high schools. Covering modern China, not just Chinese culture from an historical perspective, this important new book fills a sizeable gap in the literature. Originating as a Carnegie Whitney Award-winning book project, Ye's research guide goes beyond a mere list of print resources to reflect the predominant role of digital resources in the changing landscape of scholarly research, teaching critical information literacy concepts and skills in the field of China Studies bySketching in basic facts and figures of Chinese history and culture from antiquity to the presentDetailing key English- and Chinese-language resources in literature, government, statistics, art, film, history, philosophy, religion, economics, law, politics, and moreOffering strategies for finding research sources like articles and dissertations, as well as primary sources such as government documents and archivesIncluding guidance on how to acquire print and electronic resources in ChineseThis richly detailed, up-to-date work will guide researchers at all levels to the most important resources in the field of Modern China Studies.
ALA Guide to Researching Modern China
American Library Association