Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

Please search below from our database of more than 8,000 Singapore-related publications. Updates with abstracts and additions of new publications are ongoing. To search more effectively, please use the MLA or APA citation style which uses the author’s last name and initials.

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  • 181.
    Clinical Psychology in Singapore: An Asian Casebook
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    NUS Press, 380 (2015). Singapore.
    Faculty Department : Psychology
  • 182.
    Transregional and Cross-disciplinary Studies on Hakka Culture
    Singapore: NUS Chinese Studies, Char Yang Association, Global Publishing, 2015.
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 183.
    Food, Foodways and Foodscapes
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    World Scientific Series on Singapore's 50 Years of Nation-Building, 250 (2015). Singapore.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 184.
    Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Edition, 2015.
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    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 185.
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences, 282 (2015). (United Kingdom).
    Faculty Department : Economics and Psychology
  • 186.
    New York: Routledge, 2012.
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    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 187.
    Facilitating Worker Mobility: A Randomized Information Intervention among Migrant Workers in Singapore
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    IZA Conference on Labor Market Policy Evaluation ( 8 - 9 Oct 2015, IZA, Bonn, Germany)
    Faculty Department : Economics
  • 188.
    Adding a basic pillar to the Central Provident Fund System: An actuarial analysis
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    The Singapore Economic Review, 60, no. 3 (2015). (Singapore).
    Faculty Department : Economics
  • 189.
    Being Poor in a Rich “Nanny State”: Developments in Singapore Social Welfare
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    by Ng, I.
    The Singapore Economic Review, 60.3 (2015): 17 pages. (Singapore)
    Faculty Department : Social Work
  • 190.
    Indians in the modelling of Singapore
    by Rai, R.
    Fifty Years of Nation-Building: Contribution of the Indian Community, ed. Gopinath Pillai and K. Kesavapany. World Scientific Press, 2015. 15 pp.
    Faculty Department : South Asian Studies
  • 191.
    Class and Social Orientations: Key Findings of 2011 Survey on Social Stratification in Singapore
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    IPS Exchange Series, 4, ed. Gillian Koh. Singapore: Institute of Policy Studies, 2015. 82 pp.
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 192.
    Marriage and parenthood in Singapore
    50 Years of Social Issues in Singapore, ed. David Chan. Singapore: World Scientific Press, 2015. 20 pp.
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 193.
    The Cultural Politics of Heritage Making in Asia
    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2015.
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 194.
    Singapore, the State, and Decolonial Spatiality
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    Cultural Dynamics, 27, no. 2 (2015): 215-226. (United States).
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 195.
    The Perception Structure of Successful Aging and its Correlatives in Singapore
    Journals of Gerontology Series B - Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, (2015). (United States).
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 196.
    How Do Singaporeans Connect? Ties among Chinese, Malays and Indians
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    American Behavioral Scientist, 59, no. 9 (2015): 1115-1128. (United States).
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 197.
    Social Ties, Communication Channels and Well Being: A Study of the Networked Lives of College Students in Singapore
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    American Behavioral Scientist, 59, no. 9 (2015): 1189-1202. (United States).
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 198.
    Challenges of Madrasah Education in Contemporary Muslim Societies
    In Living the Faith, Engaging the Mind: Rethinking Madrasah Education in the Modern World. Routledge, 2015.
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 199.
    Redefining youth activism through digital technology in Singapore
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    Youth Culture and Activism in Southeast Asia. ISEAS, 2015. (Reprint from a journal article)
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
  • 200.
    Helping the helpers: Understanding family storytelling for domestic helpers in Singapore
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    Mobile Communication and the Family - Asian Experiences in Technology Domestication, ed. Sun Sun Lim. Springer, 2015. 15 pp.
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
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