Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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  • 61.
    The Japanese Journal of Population, 3.1 (2005): 1-33, Web
    [ Web Journal http://www.ipss.go.jp/index-e.html ]
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 62.
    “Private Matters, Public Concern: Procreation Issues in Singapore”
    Comparative Research on Low Fertility Trends and Policies in Korean, Taiwan, Singapore and Other Countries: A Comprehsenive Report, Ed. Kojima Hiroshi, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Tokyo, 2005, 493-530, Print
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 63.
    “Postwar Engagement of Singapore With Japan: Reflections From the Learn From Japan Era”
    Internatinal Conference on "Southeast Asia and Northeast Asia: Reflecting on Multiple Histories and Plural Cultures", presented at the Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 22-24 Feb 2010
    [ In Chinese ]
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 64.
    “Post-Mortem Identity and Burial Obligation: On ‘Blood Relation’, ‘Place Relations’, and ‘Group Relations’ in the Japanese Community of Singapore”
    Gendai Nihon no Shaen Bunka, Ed. Nakamachi Hirochika, Osaka: Toho Shoten, 2003, 127-151, Print
    [ In Japanese ]
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 65.
  • 66.
    “Population Profile in Singapore: Trends and Challenges”
    Aging, 20.4 (2003): 28-35, Print
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 67.
    “Population Profile in Singapore: Trends and Challenges”
    The 9th Expert Meeting on Population Aging in East Asia, presented at the Diamond Hotel, Tokyo, Japan, 22-26 Oct 2002
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 68.
    “Population Profile in Singapore: Trends and Challenges”
    Aging and Social Changes in East Asia, Tokyo: Japan Aging Research Center, 2003, Print
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 69.
    “Population Aging, Older Workers and Productivity Issues: The Case of Singapore”
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    Journal of Comparative Social Welfare, 27.1 (2011): 17-33, Print
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 70.
    “Population Profile in Singapore: Trends and Challenges”
    Aging and Social Changes in East Asia, presented at the Japan Aging Research Center, Tokyo, 2003
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 71.
    “Population Aging and Older Workforce in Singapore”
    16th Conference on the Aging Population in East Asian Region, presented at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Shanghai, China
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 72.
    “Playing the Other Sex: Gender and Cosplay in Singapore”
    16th Japan Anthropologist Workshop, presented at the University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China, 17-21 Mar 2005
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 73.
    “Older Chinese Men Living Alone in Singapore – Experiences and Coping Strategies”
    19th IAGG (International Association of Gerontology & Geriatrics) World Congress, presented in Paris, France, 5-9 Jul 2009
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 74.
    “Older Men Living Alone in Singapore”
    Seminar on Social Gerontology and Eldercare, presented at SIM University, Singapore
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 75.
    “Negotiating Work and Self: Experiences of Japanese Working Women in Singapore”
    Japanese Diasporas: Unsung Pasts, Conflicting Presents and Uncertain Futures, Ed. N. Adachi, New York: Routledge, 2006, 236-253, Print
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 76.
    “Negotiating Work and Self: Experiences of Japanese Working Women in Singapore”
    Overseas Japanese and Japanese Transnational Migrants in a Global World: From the Past to the Present, Ed. N. Adachi, London: Routledge, 2006, Print
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 77.
    “Negotiating Work and Self: Experiences of Japanese Working Women in Singapore”
    15th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia, presented at the National Convention Centre, Canberra, Australia, 29 Jun-2 Jul 2004
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 78.
    “Motivation to Learn Japanese in a University in Singapore”
    Applied Linguistics Association of Australia: 24th Annual Conference, presented at the St George's College, Perth, Australia, 26-29 Sep 1999
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 79.
    Ageing in Southeast and East Asia, Ed. H.G. Lee, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2008, 216-229, Print
    [ Can be used as a textbook ]
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 80.
    “Multigenerational Families in Singapore”
    Workshop on the Status of the Older Population in Southeast Asia, presented at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, 22-23 Nov 2004
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies