Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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  • 81.
    Singapore as a long-term case study for tropical urban ecosystem services
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    Urban Ecosystems, 20.0 (2016): 277-291, Epub. (United States)
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 82.
    Conceptualizing Islamic banking and finance: a comparison of its development and governance in Malaysia and Singapore
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    The Pacific Review, 30.3 (2017): 405-424, Epub. (United Kingdom)
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 83.
    Developing geoportals and applications for Singapore historical GIS
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    Journal of Asian Network for GIS-based Historical Studies, 4.0 (2016): 11-19, Epub. (Japan)
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 84.
    Feminist care ethics, becoming area
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    Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 34.5 (2016): 843 -849, Epub. (United States)
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 85.
    Encountering enchantment: stories from the street football court in Singapore
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    Social and Cultural Geography, 18.8 (2017): 1-23, Epub. (United Kingdom)
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 86.
    Courting the ‘rich and restless’: globalisation of real estate and the new spatial fixities of the super-rich in Singapore
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    International Journal of Housing Policy, 17.1 (2017): 1-19, Print. (United Kingdom)
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 87.
    Singapore Perspectives 2016: We (2017), World Scientific (Singapore.)
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 88.
    Money and Finance After the Crisis: Critical Thinking for Uncertain Times: New York, Wiley-Blackwell, 2017, Print. (United States)
    [ Lai, P. Y. K. ]
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 89.
    Living with Myths in Singapore, Ed. Loh Kah Seng, Thum Ping Tjin and Jack Meng-Tat Chia, Singapore: Ethos Books (2017): 193-202, Print.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 90.
    Global Social Policy, 17.2, (2017): 188-205 (United States)
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 91.
    Between universal spaces and unique places: heritage in Universal Studios Singapore
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    Chang, T. C., & Pang, J. (2017). "Between universal spaces and unique places: heritage in Universal Studios Singapore". Tourism Geographies, 19(2), 208-226.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 92.
    Cultural mediation through vernacularization: Framing rights claims through the day-off campaign for migrant domestic workers in Singapore
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    International Migration, 55.3 (2017): 89-104, Print. (United States)
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 93.
    Managing risk, making a match: brokers and the management of mobility in international marriage
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    Mobilities, 12.2 (2017): 227-242, Print. (United Kingdom)
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 94.
    Self-fashioning exceptionality: flexible workers in Singapore’s casino resorts
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    Asian Anthropology, 16.1 (2017): 4-19, Print. (United Kingdom)
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 95.
    Debt, precarity and gender: male and female temporary labour migrants in Singapore
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    Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 43.1 (2017): 119-136, Print. (United Kingdom)
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 96.
    Renegotiating migration experiences: Indonesian domestic workers in Singapore and use of information communication technologies
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    Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 18.1 (2016): 2207-2223. Print. (United Kingdom)
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 97.
    The family exclusion order as a harm-minimisation measure for casino gambling: the case of Singapore
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    International Gambling Studies, Vol. 16, Issue. 3, 2016, pp. 373-390. Print. (United Kingdom)
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 98.
    Material Religion, 12.4 (2016): 533-535. Print. (United Kingdom)
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 99.
    Sensitivity of the Sediment Trapping Capacity of an Estuarine Mangrove Forest
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    Geomorphology, 273 (2016): 189-201. (Netherlands).
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 100.
    Book Chapter in C. Michael Hall and Stephen J. Page (eds), The Routledge Handbook of Tourism in Asia, London ; New York : Routledge, (2017): 139-148. Print. (United States)
    Faculty Department : Geography