Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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    Effects of Online Rumors on Attribution of Crisis Responsibility and Attitude toward Organization during Crisis Uncertainty
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    Journal of Public Relations Research, 31:5-6 (2019): 133-151, Taylor & Francis.
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
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    Polls Versus Commenters: Effects of Cross-Cutting Opinion Climates on Cross-Platform Opinion Expression
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    International Journal of Communication 13(1), 2019. USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism.
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
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    The Effects of Instagram Use, Social Comparison, and Self-Esteem on Social Anxiety: A Survey Study in Singapore
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    Social Media and Society, 6(2), 2020. SAGE Publications
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
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    Media and Communication 7(2), (2019): 100-114, Cogitatio Press.
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
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    Food Insecurity in Singapore: The Communicative (Dis)Value of the Lived Experiences of the Poor
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    Health Communication, 32.8 (2017): 954-962, Routledge.
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
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    Helping the Helpers: Understanding Family Storytelling by Domestic Helpers in Singapore
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    Mobile Communication and the Family: Asian Experiences in Technology Domestication, edited by Lim, S. S. (2016): 51-69, Springer New York.
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
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    A Communicative Action Approach to Evaluating Citizen Support for a Government's Smoking Policies
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    Journal of Communication, 63.6 (2013): 1153-1174, Routledge.
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
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    Flow of Relations and Communication among Singapore Political Bloggers and Organizations: The Networked Public Sphere Approach
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    Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 8.1 (2011): 93-109, Routledge.
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
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    Factors affecting information seeking and evaluation in a distributed learning environment
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    Journal of Educational Technology & Society, 14.2 (2011): 213-223
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
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    Theoretical Intersections among Social Influences, Beliefs and Intentions in the Context of 3G Mobile Services in Singapore: Decomposing Perceived Critical Mass and Subjective Norms
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    Journal of Communication, 61.2 (2011): 283-306, Wiley.
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
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    OMGs! Offline-Based Movement Organizations, Online-Based Movement Organizations and Network Mobilization: A Case Study of Political Bloggers in Singapore
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    Information, Communication & Society, 17.5 (2014): 537-559, Routledge
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
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    Fostering Parasocial Relationships with Celebrities on Social Media: Implications for Celebrity Endorsement
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    Psychology & Marketing, 34.4 (2017): 481-495, Wiley.
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
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    Collective Privacy Management in Social Media: A Cross-Cultural Validation
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    ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI), 25.3 (2018): 1-33, ACM
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
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    Framing Smart Nation: A moderated mediation analysis of frame-focus effects
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    Information, Communication & Society (2019): 1-21, Routledge.
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
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    From Gatekeepers to Gateways: Pragmatism, Politics, Sexuality, and Cultural Policy in Creative Singapore
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    Instituting Cultural Studies: Creativity and Academic Activism edited by M. Morris and M. Hjort. (2012): 191-212, Hong Kong University Press.
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
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    The Regional Culture of New Asia: Cultural governance and creative industries in Singapore
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    International Journal of Cultural Policy, 12.1 (2006): 17-33, Routledge.
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
  • 17.
    Film-Induced Domestic Tourism in Singapore: The Case of Krrish
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    Domestic Tourism in Asia : Diversity and Divergence, edited by Shalini Singh (2009): 267-282, Routledge.
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
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    Hong, R. (2016). #CokeDrones and the good life: Migrant workers in Singapore and the politics of recognition. In The Good Life in Asia’s Digital 21st Century. pp. 69-74. Digital Asian Hub: Hongkong
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
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    Impact of moral ethics on consumers’ boycott intentions: A cross-cultural study of crisis perceptions and responses in the U.S., South Korea, and Singapore
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    Shim, K., Cho, H., Kim, S., & Yeo, S. L. (2018). “Impact of Moral Ethics on Consumers’ Boycott Intentions: A Cross-Cultural Study of Crisis Perceptions and Responses in the United States, South Korea, and Singapore.”
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
  • 20.
    Papastergiadis, N., Carter, P., McQuire, S. & Yue, A. (2016). Arts and Cultural Precincts in the Age of Participation. In Singapore Dreaming: Managing Utopia, 2016, 1, pp. 52 - 63
    Faculty Department : Communications and New Media
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