Fūzoku Gahō is now available to patrons at all ten campuses and UCOP through JapanKnowledge.
Fūzoku Gahō which was originally published in Tokyo between February 1889 and March 1916 in 518 issues with over 38,000 articles and is considered the first graphic magazine produced in Japan. The articles cover a wide range of subjects, including social and cultural trends and conditions in the Edo, Meiji, and Taisho periods, customs, history, literature, geography, war and disasters.
All UC campuses now have access to U.S. Major Dailies, which grants access to current content and archives dating back to the 1980s for five of the nation’s most valued national and regional newspapers: New York Times, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, and The Wall Street Journal. The database is searchable as a whole or by specific publication in full-text format.
As of July 26th, ProQuest will roll out redesigned basic search and search results pages. These improvements will put a focus on source types to help retrieve more relevant results from across the platform.
Some of these improvements will include:
A new horizontal source type limiter above the basic search box to help users limit their results to the content types most relevant to their research.
Help panels to provide search guidance at the point of the most need.
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