|Producer||National Institute of Informatics (Japan)|
|Cost||Free; Subscription for full-text|
|Record depth||Index, abstract & full-text|
|Format coverage||Journal articles and books|
|No. of records||15 million|
CiNii ( // ) is a bibliographic database service for material in Japanese academic libraries, especially focusing on Japanese works and English works published in Japan. The database was founded in April 2005 and is maintained by the National Institute of Informatics. The service searches from within the databases maintained by the NII itself [NII Electronic Library Service (NII-ELS) and Citation Database for Japanese Publications (CJP)], as well as the databases provided by the National Diet Library of Japan, institutional repositories, and other organizations.
A bibliographic database is a database of bibliographic records, an organized digital collection of references to published literature, including journal and newspaper articles, conference proceedings, reports, government and legal publications, patents, books, etc. In contrast to library catalogue entries, a large proportion of the bibliographic records in bibliographic databases describe articles, conference papers, etc., rather than complete monographs, and they generally contain very rich subject descriptions in the form of keywords, subject classification terms, or abstracts.
Japanese is an East Asian language spoken by about 128 million people, primarily in Japan, where it is the national language. It is a member of the Japonic language family, and its relation to other languages, such as Korean, is debated. Japanese has been grouped with language families such as Ainu, Austroasiatic, and the now-discredited Altaic, but none of these proposals has gained widespread acceptance.
The National Institute of Informatics is a Japanese research institute created in April 2000 for the purpose of advancing the study of informatics. This institute is also devoted to creating a system to facilitate the spread of scientific information to the general public. The NII is the only comprehensive research institute in Japan in informatics. It also oversees and maintains a large, searchable information database on a variety of scientific and non-scientific topics called Webcat.
The database contains more than 15 million articles from more than 3,600 publications.A typical month (in 2012) saw more than 30 million accesses from 2.2 million unique visitors, and is the largest and most comprehensive database of its kind in Japan. Although the database is multidisciplinary, the largest portion of the queries it receives is in the humanities and social sciences field, perhaps because CiNii is the only database that covers Japanese scholarly works in this field (as opposed to the natural, formal, and medical sciences which benefit from other databases).
The database assigns a unique identifier, NII Article ID (NAID), to each of its journal article entries.A different identifier, NII Citation ID (NCID or 書誌ID) aka NACSIS-CAT Record ID, is used for books.
CiNii is a bibliographic database service for material in Japanese academic libraries, especially focusing on Japanese works and English works published in Japan. The database was founded in April 2005 and is maintained by the National Institute of Informatics. The service searches from within the databases maintained by the NII itself [NII Electronic Library Service (NII-ELS) and Citation Database for Japanese Publications (CJP)], as well as the databases provided by the National Diet Library of Japan, institutional repositories, and other organizations.
The Catcher in the Rye is a story by J. D. Salinger, partially published in serial form in 1945–1946 and as a novel in 1951. It was originally intended for adults but is read by adolescents for its themes of angst and alienation, and as a critique on superficiality in society. It has been translated into almost all of the world's major languages. Around one million copies are sold each year, with total sales of more than 65 million books. The novel's protagonist Holden Caulfield has become an icon for teenage rebellion. The novel also deals with complex issues of innocence, identity, belonging, loss, and connection.
Identifiers are also assigned to authors of books, and of journal articles, in two separate series (so an author may have a different identifier value in each). For example, Shinsaku Kimoto is DA00432173 for books and 9000002393144 for journal articles.
The Yonaguni language is a Southern Ryukyuan language spoken by around 400 people on the island of Yonaguni, in the Ryukyu Islands, the westernmost of the chain lying just east of Taiwan. It is most closely related to Yaeyama. Due to the Japanese policy on languages, the language is not recognized by the government, which instead calls it the Yonaguni dialect. As classified by UNESCO, the Yonaguni language is the most endangered language in all of Japan.
CrossAsia is an internet portal offering access to printed and electronic resources concerning Asian studies to individuals affiliated to a German institution which is part of the "Blauer Leihverkehr". CrossAsia is being created and supervised by the East Asia Department of Berlin State Library, until 2015 the responsible library for East- and Southeast Asia (6,25) within the special research collection programme of the German Research Foundation. From 2016 onwards CrossAsia is coordinated and supervised in cooperation with Heidelberg University. CrossAsia, formerly known as Virtual Library East- and South East Asia, merged in 2015 with Savifa, Virtual Library South Asia. Information is presented as well in Latin as in Asian script.
Taipei Japanese School is a Japanese international school located in Shilin District, Taipei. Its facilities run up to junior high school.
NCID may refer to:
The Thai Japanese School of Bangkok is a Japanese school located in Huai Khwang District, Bangkok on Rama 9 Road. It is sponsored by the Thai-Japanese Association. It is the school with the largest campus in Bangkok, and one of the two Japanese schools in Bangkok. It allows students from junior school Grade 1 students to middle school Grade 3 students to learn. The school only allows students with a Japanese nationality to study.
Kitsunebi (狐火) is an atmospheric ghost light told about in legends all across Japan outside Okinawa Prefecture. They are also called "hitobosu", "hitomoshi" (火点し), and "rinka" (燐火).
The Japanese School Singapore is a Japanese international school in Singapore, covering elementary and junior high school levels. There are two separate elementary schools of the JSS in Clementi and Changi, while junior high school division is located in West Coast. As of 2013 this Japanese international school is the largest overseas Japanese school in the world.
The Japanese School of Brussels a.s.b.l. is a Japanese international school located in Auderghem, Brussels. The school serves elementary and junior high school levels. It is Belgium's only Japanese international school. The Japanese Supplementary School of Brussels, a supplementary school operated on Saturdays, is held on the premises of the JSB.
Japanese School in Moscow is a Japanese international school located in Lomonosovsky District, South-Western Administrative Okrug, Moscow.
The Institut Culturel Franco-Japonais – École Japonaise de Paris is a Japanese international school located in Montigny-le-Bretonneux, France, in the Paris Metropolitan Area. The school is located in proximity to Versailles. Japanese is the primary language of instruction while students also take French classes.
The Sydney Japanese International School Japanese: シドニー日本人学校, romanized: Shidonī Nihonjin Gakkō, formerly known in English as the Sydney Japanese School, is an independent co-educational Nihonjin gakkō primary and secondary day school, located in Terrey Hills within the Northern Beaches Council area of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
The Escola Japonesa de São Paulo is a Japanese international day school in Vila Prel, Capão Redondo, Subprefecture of Campo Limpo, São Paulo, operated by the Sociedade Japonesa de Educação e Cultura. It serves students from 6 to 15 years of age in grades 1 through 9. Most of the students have Japanese company executives as parents. The school uses the Japanese curriculum.
The Hong Kong Japanese School and Japanese International School (HKJS&JIS) is a Japanese international school in Hong Kong. It consists of a Japanese section and international section. The Hong Kong Japanese School Limited operates the school system.
Seattle Japanese School is a supplementary Japanese school located in the Seattle metropolitan area. It holds its classes in Bellevue.
The Kaohsiung Japanese School is a Japanese international school located on the campus of Kaohsiung Municipal Lingya District Jhong-Jheng Elementary School (高雄市苓雅區中正國民小學) in Lingya District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan in the Republic of China.
Taichung Japanese School is a Japanese international school in Daya District, Taichung, Taiwan in the Republic of China.
Japanese School in Ho Chi Minh City (JSHCM) is a Japanese international school in Tan Phu Ward, Phu My Hung, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It was established in 1997.
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