Our students produce a wide variety of interesting work on an eclectic range of salient and timely topics relating to media, communications and the social aspects of technology. One of the key projects of CNM students is the Masters thesis where students develop their own research questions, conduct independent fieldwork and analyse their data under close guidance from their supervisors.

 

The full text of these Thesis can be accessed at CNM General Office. For further information, you can email Ms Retna at retna@nus.edu.sg if you have any enquiries.

Zhang Lize

The survival and development of Chinese New Media business: Among state, market and public

 

Teo Hee Boon

Meanings of sexual health among gay men in Singapore

 

Chiang Jing Ying

Sweet interactive anticipation: Understanding the relationship between aesthetic antic

 

Joel Gn Hong Zhan

Be with me: Cute technology and simulation of affect

 

Anna Filippova

Mudslinging and manners

 

Cheong Kakit

Kwento: Designing a mobile application to support family storytelling for domestic helpers in Singapore

 

Gulizar Haciyakupoglu

Feminism, interpretation, authority: A critical analysis of the internet and gender equality in the Islamic context of Malaysia

 

Tan Qui Pin Naomi

On poverty, food insecurity and communicative erasure: A culture-centred study of the meanings of health among the low-income in Singapore

 

Shobha Avadhani

Becoming citizens in a smart-nation: Compliant subjectivity and banal literacy

 

Prashanth Thatai RAVIKUMAR
Playing with tension: A computational model of improvisational accompaniment by secondary rhythmic performer in Carnatic music.

John Fletcher MEAD
A framework for understanding practice as research in dance

Anuradha RAO
ICTs and Civil Society in an IT City: Experiences of civic and political engagement in Bangalore 

Dazzelyn B. ZAPATA
A cultured-centred study of mobile phone use in/by the indigenous applai and bontok iogorot of Mountain Province , Philippines

Mary LEE Ching Ling
Discourses about the Nation: A critical culture perspective of Public Relations

CHEN Yanling
ICT use and identity formation among Beijing’s rural-to-Urban graduate workers

Andrew Michael DUFFY
Fellow travellers: What do users trust on recommender websites? A case study of TripAdvisor.com

Kintu Annie JOSEPH
Mobile Phones and working –class women the case of fish vendors

LUU Tran Huynh Loan
New Media & Non-profit Organizations, Relationship Building Effort – A Singapore Perspective

NG Li Ting
Influence of need for cognition and product involvement on perceived interactivity: Implications for online advertising effectiveness

Cheryll SORIANO
New Media and Political Mobilisation: The case of online mediation of minority groups in the Philippines

John YAP Yin Gwee
A case study of learning in a 3-dimensional multi-user virtual environment

ZHOU Xuanming
Designing games to be retold

Rachel AMTZIS
The use of ICTs for fundraising and awareness raising in NGOs of the global south: An analysis of strategies of NGOs in Nepal

Catherine CANDANO
Alternative Voices in global Climate change reporting

Mallika DESAI
State of media relations in the non profit sector in India

Luis Hernandez GALVAN
Ordinary extraordinary game spaces videogames as transient spaces of everyday life

Vichitra K S GODAMUNNE
Biopolitics in science fiction films on exploration of the representation of the contemporary politician of human biological life in cinema

JIANG Laiming
The influence of socio-cultural factors on body image satisfaction among Singaporean college women

LI Nai
Explore the influences of AR-supported simulation on mutual engagement of social interaction in face-to-face collaborative learning for physics

Rahayu
Parental perceptions of media and parental mediation of media use: A study of Indonesian Muslim mothers in Mediating their children's television and internet use

Rosel SANCHEZ
Communicated Parenting: Singapore Filipino working mothers and their long-distance parenting of their teenage children in the Philippines

Alvin SAW Teong Chin
Consumer society and the technology of education: A case study of the Singapore Education System

Carol SOON Wan Ting
Blogging networks as an emerging social movement Dynamics in online and offline for engendering change

Maragret TAN
The paradoxical and the reversible: Towards a critique of pervasive computing and the intelligent nation 2015 (IN2015) master plan in Singapore

WANG Rong
Online collective actions toward a democratic culture: A network perspective of commons-based peer production

Joshua WONG Wei-ern
Establishing rapport with conversational agents: Comparing the effect of envelope

ZHANG Lingzi
Exploring news environment, interface usage and gratification in real-time internet news browsing

ZHU Qinfeng
Self-disclosure in online support groups for people living with depression

KIM GYEONGMIN
Exploring the culture of an online brand community: A study of a Korean Apple Macbook user community

HO Chi Sam
Transgender Representation

Arudhra KRISHNASWAMY
Lesbian “desis” in cinema: Redefining the boundaries of the (Glo)bal and the lo(cal)

Justine Espina-LETARGO
Riding the cyber-campaign wave: Highs and lows of promoting Philippine candidates on the web

LIN Jin
The role of ICTs in disabled person’s social network in China

Siti Nurharnani binte NAHAR
Understanding youth Singaporeans’ gathering and credibility assessments of online sexual health information

Mohamed Elmie bin NEKMAT
The relevance of strategic knowledge and cognitive styles in youths' critical internet literacy

Aaron NG Yi Kai
rushinr The relationship between blogs and newspapers in Singapore: An intermedia agenda-setting study

OU Meimin
Facebook and Youth @ SG: Online privacy and personal information disclosure

Ganga SASIDHARAN - PHD
Corporate social responsibilities and public relations:Corporate conceptualisation of SCR in India and its linkeage with internal relationship outcome

SOH Seok Keim Shirley
Yblog ontology and politics in intelligent nation Singapore