Bibliographies and Research Guides
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Dedicated to academic research about Japanese popular culture. Features a listing of books, articles, and chapters about anime (Japanese animation) and manga (Japanese comics).
Film History and Criticism: A Selective Guide to Reference Sources in the UC Berkeley Libraries.
Compiled by Dr. Timothy White, National University of Singapore
Searchable databases related to the study of detective fiction in English, in Canada and around the world. Hosted by Brock University.
A curated search engine for online documentary resources.
A few tips for doing good library-oriented research in film, television, and new media.
More than 1,000 original essays from more than 250 contributors. Examines specific programs and people, historic moments and trends, major policy disputes and such topics as violence, tabloid television and the quiz show scandal. Sponsored online by the Museum of Broadcast Communications.
A guide to the vocabulary of film studies and the techniques of cinema. Frame grabs and/or film clips illustrate the topic or term in question.
A website, primarily for middle & high school teachers, who wish to better utilize the film To Kill A Mockingbird, in their literature classrooms.
Dedicated to The Art and Analysis of Film Sound Design
Each entry contains a critical essay (providing an overview of the director’s work) as well as the standard database info (filmography, bibliography, web resources). Each profile also contains numerous stills, giving an idea of the director’s visual sense. Presented by Senses of Cinema.
k.i.s.s. (Keep It Simple Stupid) of the panopticon is a cultural theory and media literacy Web site run by Dougie Bicket.
Key analytical concepts in media theory.
The University of Wales
A list compiled by Janet Staiger and Anne Helen Petersen that describes media-studies journals and offers tips about publishing in them.
The style recommended by the Modern Language Association for preparing scholarly manuscripts and student research papers concerns itself with the mechanics of writing, such as punctuation, quotation, and documentation of sources. Includes guide for online citation.
The films chosen by the Librarian of Congress for their social-political-cultural significance. Links to more info (from the Internet Movie Database) on the films are provided.
A resource for documentary film and television.
How to find and document materials in research papers. Includes instructions on footnotes and bibliographies following four different style guides: MLA, APA, Chicago, and CBE. Sample papers are commented on.