Publications 2010

Year 2010

  • BISHOP, R. (2010). Theory Culture & Society. 263-355.

  • BRENDA, Y. S. A. (2010). Emerging education hubs: the case of Singapore. HIGHER EDUCATION, 23-40.

  • BRENDA, Y. S. A. (2010). Introduction to the Special Issue on Women and Migration in Globalizing Asia: Gendered Experiences, Agency and Activism. INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION, 1-12.

  • BRENDA, Y. S. A. (2010). Introduction to the special issue: Mobile City Singapore. Mobilities, 167-175.

  • BRENDA, Y. S. A. (2010). Mothers on the Move: Children's Education and Transnational Mobility in Global-City Singapore. In W. C. a. J. M. Maher (Ed.), The Globalization of Motherhood: Deconstructions and Reconstructions of Biology and Care. United Kingdom:: Routledge.

  • Bunnell, T. (2010). From the margins to centre stage: Indian demonstration effects and Malaysia's political landscape. Urban Studies, 1257-1278.

  • CHONG, H. K. (2010). "Emerging education hubs: the case of Singapore. HIGHER EDUCATION.

  • ERIK, M. (2010). Endorsing the Exodus: How rural leaders backed peasant migrations in 1980s Sichuan. The Journal of Contemporary China.

  • HENRY, Y. W. C. (2010). Making connections: global production networks and world city networks. Global Networks - A Journal of Transnational Affairs, 138-149.

  • HENRY, Y. W. C. (2010). Globalizing Singapore: One Global City, Global Production Networks, and the Developmental State. In T. Tarn & How (Eds.), Singapore Perspectives 2010: Home, Heart, Horizon (pp. 109-121). Singapore: Institute of Policy Studies.

  • HENRY, Y. W. C. (2010). Regional development and the competitive dynamics of global production networks. In H. W.-c. Yeung (Ed.), Globalizing Regional Development in East Asia: Production Networks, Clusters, and Entrepreneurship (pp. 5-31).

  • INGRID, H. (2010). Singapore: bridgehead of the West or counterforce? The s[t]imulation of creative and critical thought in Singapore's higher education policies. Globalisation, Societies and Education.

  • INGRID, H. (2010). The Accelerated University: Activist-Academic Alliances and the Simulation of Thought. Ephemera: Theory and Politics in Organization.

  • KONG, L. (2010). Institutional collaborations: people, politics, policy. In T. W.-S. a. J. Goss (Ed.), Remaking Area Studies: Teaching and Learning across Asia and the Pacific (pp. 125-140). Honolulu:: University of Hawai'I Press.

  • LILY, K. (2010). China and geography in the 21st century: a cultural (geographic) revolution? Eurasian Geography and Economics, 600-618.

  • LILY, K. (2010). Global shifts, theoretical shifts: changing geographies of religion. Progress in Human Geography, 755-776.

  • LILY, K. (Ed.). (2010). Creative economy, global city: globalizing discourses and the implications for local arts: Thousand Oaks: Sage.

  • Petrovic, M. M. a. D. S. (2010). Teaching a Global Sociology: Suggestions for Globalizating the Curriculum. Teaching Sociology, 38, no 10.

  • SHIRLENA, H. (2010). Transnational domestic workers and the negotiation of mobility and work practices in Singapore's home-spaces. Mobilities, 219-236.

  • SHIRLENA, H. (2010). Reclaiming the city: Waterfront development in Singapore. Urban Studies.

  • TRACEY, S. (2010). Taking young people as political actors seriously: Opening the borders of political geography. AREA, 145-151.

  • TRACEY, S. (2010). Children's Geographies/Geographies of Children: Play, Work, Mobilities and Migration. Geography Compass, 1430 -1448.

  • VICTOR, S. (Ed.). (2010). Sustainability Matters: Environmental Management in Asia. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd.

  • BRENDA, Y. S. A. (2011). "Questioning the 'Field in Motion': Emerging Concepts, Research Practices and the Geographical Imagination in Asian Migration Studies. CULTURAL GEOGRAPHIES, 125-131.

  • BRENDA, Y. S. A. (2011). Translocal family relations amongst the Lahu in Northern Thailand. In K. B. and & A. Datta (Eds.), Translocal Geographies: Spaces, Places and Connections. Oxon: Ashgate.

  • Ho, K. C., Ho, K. W., & Ang, I. (2010). Youth.sg: State of youth in Singapore 2010. Singapore: National Youth Council.

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