Publications 2009

Year 2009

  • BISHOP, R. (2009). Mumbai: City as Target: Introduction. Theory Culture & Society(26, no. 7-8), 263-277.

  • BISHOP, R. (2009). What Does It Mean to Occupy the House of Your Enemy: Thoughts on the Megacities Colloquium in Johannesburg. In L. Farber (Ed.), Representations and Spatial Practices in Urban South Africa (pp. 260-266): Johannesburg: University of Johannesburg Press.

  • BISHOP, R. (2009). Forty Years of Structure, Sign and Play: Introduction. Theory and Event.

  • BISHOP, R. (2009). What Does It Mean to Occupy the House of Your Enemy: Thoughts on the Megacities Colloquium in Johannesburg. In.

  • BRENDA, Y. S. A. (2009). Emigration. In R. K. a. N. Thrift (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Oxford:: Elsevier.

  • BRENDA, Y. S. A. (2009). Street-naming and Nation-building: Toponymic Inscriptions of Nationhood in Singapore. In L. D. Berg & a. J. Vuolteenaho (Eds.), Critical Toponymies: The Contested Politics of Place Naming. Surrey and Burlington:: Ashgate.

  • BRENDA, Y. S. A. (2009). Negotiating gender ideologies and identities: PRC Chinese women as transnational migrants in Global-City Singapore. In E. B.-R. a. Y. Sternberg (Ed.), Transnationalism: Diasporas and the Advent of a New (Dis)Order. Leiden and Boston:: Brill.

  • CHANG, C. T. (2009). The shophouse hotel: Vernacular heritage in creative Singapore. Urban Studies, 341-367.

  • CHONG, H. K. (2009). The Neighbourhood in the Creative Economy: Policy, Practice and Place in Singapore. Urban Studies.

  • GOH BOON HUA, R. (2009). Competitive Cities and Human Scales: The Semiotics of Urban Excess. Semiotica.

  • GOH PEI SIONG, D. (2009). Chinese Religion and the Challenge of Modernity: Syncretism, Hybridization and Transfiguration. Asian Journal of Social Science, 107-137.

  • GOH PEI SIONG, D. (2009). Resistance and the Contradictory Rationalities of State Formation in British Malaya and the American Philippines. In Sociology and Empire: Duke University Press.

  • HENDRIC, M.-O. (2009). Two Asian malls: urban shopping centre development in Singapore and Japan. Asia Pacific Business Review, 123-135.

  • HENDRIK, M.-O. (2009). Japanese Workplaces in Transition: Employee Perceptions. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • HENDRIK, M.-O. (2009). Labour Market and Labour Market Policies for the Aging Society. In F. e. a. Coulmas (Ed.), The Demographic Challenge. A Handbook (pp. 947-962). Leiden: Brill.

  • HENRY, Y. W. C. (2009). Transnational corporations, global production networks, and urban and regional development. GROWTH AND CHANGE, 197-226.

  • HENRY, Y. W. C. (2009). Regional development and the competitive dynamics of global production networks: An East Asian perspective. REGIONAL STUDIES, 325-351.

  • HENRY, Y. W. C. (2009). "Continental drift? Development issues in Asia, Latin America and Africa. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 3-6.

  • HENRY, Y. W. C. (2009). Globalizing Regional Development in East Asia. In Henry & W.-c. Yeung (Eds.), Globalizing Regional Development in East Asia: Production Networks, Clusters, and Entrepreneurship. London:: Routledge.

  • INGRID, H. (2009). Activism, Academia, and the Humanist Aporia: Indymedia intensified in the age of neo-liberal globalisation. Globalisation, Societies and Education, 199-227.

  • KONG, L. (2009). Situating Muslim geographies. In P. H. a. R. Gale (Ed.), Muslims in Britain: Race, Place and Identities (pp. 171-192). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

  • KONG, L. (2009). Singapore "missions": Local heritage sites in a global era. In W. S. a. D. Tallack (Ed.), Global Cities/Local Sites. Melbourne: Melbourne University Publishing.
  • KONG, L. (2009). Beyond networks and relations: Towards rethinking creative cluster theory. In L. K. a. J & O'Connor (Eds.), Creative Economies, Creative Cities: Asian-European Perspectives. Dordrecht: Springer.

  • KONG, L. (2009). Human geography: Changing approaches and emerging themes. In B. H. Chua (Ed.), Singapore Studies II (pp. 98-115). Singapore: Singapore University Press.

  • KONG, L. (2009). The notion of place in the construction of history, nostalgia and heritage. In K W Kwok & L. K. a. B. S. A. Y. C G Kwa (Eds.), Our Place in Time: Exploring Heritage and Memory in Singapore (pp. 132-151). Singapore: Singapore Heritage Society.

  • KONG, L. (2009). Introduction -our place in time: A preliminary reflection. In C. G. K. K W Kwok, L Kong and B Yeoh (Ed.), Our Place in Time: Exploring Heritage and Memory in Singapore (pp. 1-14). Singapore: Singapore Heritage Society.

  • KONG, L. (2009). Globalisation, transmigration and the renegotiation of ethnic identity. In P. D. K Olds, PF Kelly, L & K. a. H. Yeung (Eds.), Globalisation and the Asia Pacific: Contested Territories (pp. 219-237). London: Routledge.

  • LANG, G. B. (2009). Post-colonial Projects of a National Culture: Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya. City, Analysis of Urban Trends, Culture, Theory, Policy, Action.

  • LILY, K. (2009). The making of sustainable creative/cultural space: Cultural indigeneity, social inclusion and environmental sustainability. GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW, 1-22.

  • LILY, K. (2009). Cultural economy: a critical review. In Z. X. a. M. Keane (Ed.), International Perspectives in the Creative Economy (in Chinese) (pp. 74-110). Beijing: Beijing Sunchime Press.

  • SARAH, S. (2009). Governmentality, territory and the U.S. Census: the 2004 Overseas Enumeration Test. Political Geography.

  • SHIRLENA, H. (2009). Geographies of everywhere and nowhere: Place-(un)making in a world city. International Development Planning Review, 227-247.

  • SHIRLENA, H. (2009). Transnationality. In R & K. a. N. Thrift (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Human Geography (pp. 404-409): Oxford: Elsevier.

  • STARKWEATHER, S. (2009). Governmentality, territory and the U.S. Census: the 2004 Overseas Enumeration Test. Political Geography.

  • TANIA, R. (2009). Mumbai, India's 9/11: Accidents of a Moveable Metaphor. Theory Culture & Society, 314-328.

  • THOMPSON, E. C. (2009). Mobile Phones, Communities and Networks among Foreign Workers in Singapore. Global Networks - A Journal of Transnational Affairs, 359-380.

  • TRACEY, S. (2009). Intersections of neoliberalism, mobilities and development in the Caribbean: An introduction. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 151-157.

  • TRACEY, S. (2009). 'An Umbilical Cord to The World' The role of the Internet in D/deaf people's information and communication practices. Information, Communication & Society, 44-65.

  • TRACEY, S. (2009). The International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. In R & K. a. N. Thrift (Eds.), Social and Cultural Geography (pp. 497-499). Afghanistan.

  • TRACEY, S. (2009). The International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. In R & K. a. N. Thrift (Eds.), Social and Cultural Geography (pp. 497-499). Afghanistan.

  • TRACEY, S. (2009). Cross-cultural research. In R. K. a. N. Thrift (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Human Geography Compass (pp. 398-403). Oxford:: Elsevier.

  • TRACEY, S. (2009). Young, Deaf and lesbian: and portrait of Susannah. In C. a. D. Jeffrey, J. (Ed.), Telling Young Lives: Portraits of Global Youth (pp. 174 - 192). Philadelphia:: Temple University Press.

  • VICTOR, S. (2009). The Singpapore Journal of Tropical Geography: 1953 onwards. Scottish Geographical Magazine, 236-240.

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