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Children, Books and Children's Bunko: A Study of an Art World in the Japanese Context
Ann M. Hotta. Children, Books and Children's Bunko: A Study of an Art World in the Japanese Context. Ph.D. dissertation. Advisor: Michael Buckland. University of California, Berkeley. 1995.
Anthropological field-study of how grass roots volunteerism among Japanese mothers has created hundreds of private neighborhood libraries for children to counteract the rigidity of the Japanese education system