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Japanese Studies Journal

  

The publication of the JSAA, Inc., is Japanese Studies (online at http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cjst20/current)

  

JSAA Membership includes a subscription to Japanese Studies. It is published three times annually, in May, September, and December, and is a fully refereed journal, with an international editorial board and readership. This interdisciplinary journal publishes high-quality, scholarly articles on various aspects of Japan, as well as book and film reviews. In addition to general non-thematic editions, the journal regularly publishes guest-edited thematic issues on such themes as postwar politics, environmental issues, literature, citizenship, the legal system, modern technology, management, Japanese language teacher education, and popular culture. These thematic issues are particularly valuable for university teachers and students who use the up-to-date studies of Japan contained in the journal to supplement course readings. Contributions are invited from scholars around the world.

  

Editor

Carolyn S. Stevens

Professor of Japanese Studies

Faculty of Arts

School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics

Monash University

Wellington Road

Clayton VIC 3800  Australia

  

Full list of Editorial Board members:
http://www.tandfonline.com/action/journalInformation?show=editorialBoard&journalCode=cjst20

 

Japanese Studies welcomes high quality original papers, book and film reviews.

Contributions should be sent as email attachment. For further

information on submission, please see the notes for contributors on the T&F website. 

  

Opinions and views expressed by the authors are their own and do not necessarily reflect the view of the Editor, JSAA Executive members, or members of the Editorial board. 

  

For other Taylor & Francis Journals of interest to JSAA Members, see:

  

    Japan Forum

    Asia-Pacific Review

    Journal of the Asia-Pacific Economy

    Global Change, Peace & Security ( formerly known as Pacifica Review)

    The Pacific Review

    Asian Studies Review

  

  

 

   

  

  

  

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