Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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  • 41.
    “Tracking signs of the sacred in Singapore”
    Commentary, 22 (2013): 84-93. (United States).
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 42.
    “Mapping a field: Forms of Hindu religiosity in Malaysia and Singapore”
    Religion Compass, 7(4) (2013): 489-507. (United States).
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 43.
    “Ethnicity and Parenting Styles Among Singaporean Families”
    Marriage & Family Review, 35.3 (2003): 63-83, Web
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 44.
    “Values and Development in Asia: A Historical Illustration of the Role of the State”
    International Sociology, 12.3 (1997): 295-328, Print
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 45.
    “Work Stress Among Six Professional Groups: The Singapore Experience”
    Social Science & Medicine, 50.10 (2000): 1415-32, Print
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 46.
    “Make nation-building a collective project”
    The Straits Times [Singapore], 9 Aug. 2012.
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 47.
    “Evolving with the Times – The Changing Landscape of Work Life Integration in Singapore”
    Singapore: Employer Alliance (2011), Print
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 48.
    “Evolving with the Times – The Changing Landscape of Work Life Integration in Singapore”
    Employer Alliance Seminar, presented at Sheraton Hotel, Singapore, 2 Nov 2011
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 49.
    “Aging in Singapore: Long Term Care Policy and Priority Research Issues”
    Aging in Singapore: Long Term Care Policy and Priority Research Issues, presented at Regent Hotel, Singapore, 16 Aug 2011
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 50.
    “Caregiving and the elderly in Singapore”
    Caregiving and the elderly in Singapore, presented at Health Promotion Board, Singapore, 3 Aug 2011
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 51.
    “Prisons, Prisonization and Prison Identities”
    Singapore Aftercare Association Singapore Prison Service Seminar Series, presented at Singapore Prison Service, Singapore, 25-26 Jul 2011
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 52.
    “Singaporeans’ Perception of & Attitudes towards ILTC Services”
    Singaporeans' Perception of & Attitudes towards ILTC Services, presented at AIC, Singapore, 18 May 2011
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 53.
    “Lessons from Singapore: Engaging stakeholders and incorporating evaluation into community projects”
    Duke NUS HSSR Symposium, presented at Duke NUS, Singapore, 27 Apr 2011
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 54.
    Youth.sg: The State of Youth in Singapore 2010
    3rd ed., Singapore: National Youth Council, 2011, Print
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 55.
    Religion State Encounters in Hindu Domains: From the Straits Settlements to Singapore
    ARI Springer Asia Series, Vol. 1, Ed. Kenneth Dean and Michael Feener, Dordrecht: Springer, 2011, Print
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 56.
    “Rac(ial)ist Children and Ghosts”
    Singapore Shifting Boundaries: Social Change in the Early 21st Century, Ed. William S.W. Lim, Sharon Siddique, and Tan Dan Feng, Singapore: Asian Urban Lab, 2011, 11-16, Print
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 57.
    “Singapore as Model: planning innovations, knowledge experts”
    Worlding Cities: Asian experiments and the art of being global, Ed. Ananya Roy and Aihwa Ong, Urban and Social Change, vol. 3, Ed. Jenny Robinson, Neil Brenner, Matthew Gandy, Patrick Le Galès, Chris Pickvance and Ananya Roy. New York: Wiley Blackwell, 2011, 29-54, Print
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 58.
    “Making Singapore’s liberal base visible”
    The AWARE Saga, Ed. Terrence Chong, Singapore: National University of Singapore Press, 2011, 14-24, Print
    [ The essay is the lead essay in the edited volume that chronicles and analyses the event in which a group of right wing Christian conservatives took over an established liberal women's organization, Association of Women in Action and Research (AWARE). ]
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 59.
    “Caregiver burden for terminally ill patients among the Chinese in Singapore”
    Singapore's Ageing Population: Managing Healthcare and End of Life Decisions, Ed. Chan Wing Cheong, New York: Routledge, 2011, 77-92, Print
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 60.
    “The Global Schoolhouse: Governing Singapore’s Knowledge Economy Aspirations”
    Higher Education in the Asia, Ed. S. Marginson, S. Kaur and E. Sawir, Dordrecht: Pacific Springer, 2011, 255-272, Print
    Faculty Department : Sociology