Publications of the Month 2012

Publications of the Month showcases recent FASS research papers published in top journals and books published with respected academic publishers. Click here for more recent top publications.


December 2012

Malcolm Murfett, Naval Warfare 1919-1945 - An Operational History of the Volatile War at Sea (Routledge)

November 2012

Peter Borschberg, The Singapore Straits in the Latter Middle Ages and Early Modern Period (c.13th to 17th Centuries)' Journal of Asian History

October 2012

Joonmo Son, Social Capital and Institutional Constraints: A Comparative Analysis of China, Taiwan, and the U.S (Routledge)

September 2012

Maurizio Peleggi, The Social and Material Life of Colonial Hotels: Comfort Zones as Contact Zones in British Colombo and Singapore, ca. 1870-1930, Journal of Social History

August 2012

Lim Sun Sun, Managing peer relationships online – Investigating the use of Facebook by juvenile delinquents and youths-at-risk, Computers in Human Behavior

July 2012

Hussin Mutalib, Singapore Malays: Being Ethnic Minority and Muslim in a Global City-State(Routledge)

June 2012

Syed Muhd Khairudin Aljunied, 'Mediating and Consuming Memories of Violence', Critical Asian Studies

May 2012

Markus Brueckner, 'Oil Price Shocks, Income, and Democracy', The Review of Economics and Statistics

April 2012

Robert Wasson, 'Geomorphic histories for river and catchment management', Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A

March 2012

Catherine Tang, 'Gambling-Related Cognitive Biases and Pathological Gambling Among Youths, Young Adults, and Mature Adults in Chinese Societies', Journal of Gambling Studies

February 2012

Maitrii Aung-Thwin, A History of Myanmar Since Ancient Times: Traditions and Transformations (Reaktion Books/University of Chicago Press)

January 2012

John Van Whye, 'A new theory to explain the receipt of Wallace's Ternate Essay by Darwin in 1858',Biological Journal of the Linnean Society

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