Relevant License Text: An official User may not kind the BAS available to anyone other than another Authorized User, whether by telephone tie-in or by permitting access through his or her last or computer; or by other alike or dissimilar means or arrangements. Copyright The BAS and its contents are nonexempt to copyright, information protection, and other than rights of the publishing company (AAS), under the laws of the United States and the country of use. The reader is allowed the "fair use" of all information for non-commercial, educational, instructional, and technological purposes by accredited users. The subscriber acknowledges that it has no claim to ownership by reason of its use of or access to the BAS.
Databases and journals - Social Sciences - Asian Studies - Guides at University of Western Australia
(CMO) is the UWA Library's Resource itemise Management System, which provides online access to course reading lists. It comprises of links to cram full text periodical articles and book chapters, and to One look records of items held in the Library's collections. It is approachable from any computer in the world, 24 hours a day, To seek for eastern studies connate journals, form germane keywords into the Advanced Search box in One Search, select ' Journals' from the drop descending ' bodied Type' menu, and click 'search'.
Bibliography of Asian Studies (BAS) | University Library System (ULS)
Connect to this database This online version of the Bibliography of Asian Studies (BAS) contains more than 410,000 records on all subjects (especially humanities and ethnical sciences) pertaining to East, Southeast, and South Asia published universal from 1971 to the present. Since 1992, recently publicised individual monographs are no long being further to the database, and users desire monographs are urged to discuss other generic resources and databases.