Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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    How 'global' are investment banks? An analysis of investment banking networks in Asian equity capital markets
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    Regional Studies, 54:2, 149-161, 2019. Taylor & Francis
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    Clinics as spaces of costly disclosure: HIV/STI testing and anticipated stigma among gay, bisexual and queer men
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    Culture, Health & Sexuality, 22(03), 2019: 307-320. Taylor & Francis
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    "Not a walking piece of meat with disease": meanings of becoming undetectable among HIV-positive gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men in the U=U era
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    AIDS Care, 32:3, 325-329, 2019. Taylor & Francis
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    Gastropolitical encounters and the political life of sensation
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    (2020). Gastropolitical encounters and the political life of sensation. The Sociological Review. https://doi.org/10.1177/0038026120918208
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    Neighbourhoods for the City in Pacific Asia
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    Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press, 2020.
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    Hard at Work: Life in Singapore
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    NUS Press
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    Whose ‘fault’ is it? Becoming homeless in Singapore
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    In Urban Studies, Vol. 55, No. 16, Dec. 2017, pp. 3579–3595. SAGE
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    Singapore: Institute of Policy Studies, 2017
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    Do Raffles Boys ‘Rule' and Anglo-Chinese Boys ‘Own' Singapore? Analysing School-To-Work Correspondences in an Elite Developmental State
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    In International Studies in Sociology of Education, Vol. 25, No. 1, pp. 1–19, 2015. Routledge
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    Unequal returns to social capital: the study of Malays in Singapore through a network lens
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    In Asian Ethnicity, Vol. 16, No. 4, pp. 480-497. 2015. Routledge
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    Consumption in Asia: Lifestyles and Identities
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    Routledge, 2000.
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    Singapore Studies II: Critical Surveys of the Humanities and Social Sciences
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    Singapore University Press, 1999.
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    Depressive Symptoms Among Informal Caregivers of Older Adults: Insights from the Singapore Informal Care Survey
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    In International Psychogeriatrics, pp. 1335-1346. 2012. Cambridge University Press
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    Singaporeans' Perceptions of and Attitudes Toward Long-term Care Services
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    In Qualitative Health Research, Vol. 25, No. 2, 2015, pp. 218–227. SAGE
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    Intention to Re-Enter the Labour Force Among Older Male Singaporeans: Does Health Status Matter?
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    In Journal of Population Ageing, 2014, Volume 7, Issue 4, pp. 283–299. Springer Netherlands
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    Self-Care for Older People (SCOPE): A Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial of Self-Care Training and Health Outcomes in Low-Income Elderly in Singapore
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    Contemporary Clinical Trials Vol. 41 pp. 313-324. 2015. Elsevier
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    Urbanization and Population Aging: Practice and Experience of Singapore
    Feng, Qiushi. 2016. “Urbanization and Population Aging: Practice and Experience of Singapore.” Pp. 246-254 in The Record of Global City Forum on the Second UN World Cities Day, edited by Lin Xiao. Shanghai: Gezhi Press & Shanghai People's Press.
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 18.
    Filipino Community and Culture in Singapore
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    Antolihao, L., & Mesenas, C. (2017). FILIPINO COMMUNITY AND CULTURE IN SINGAPORE.In The Singapore Ethnic Mosaic: Many Cultures, One People. Editors: Matthews M. 399-428. World Scientific Publishing Company, Singapore
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    Abdullah, N. (2017). Singapore Sociology: After Multiracialism. Global Dialogue. 7(1) 01. Feb 2017
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    Origin and Transition of Singapore Families
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    Mu, Z. &; Hu, S. (2018) Origin and Transition of Singapore Families. In Family and Population Change in Singapore A unique case in the global family changes. Editors: Yeung W-JJ, Hu S. pp. 27-52 Routledge.
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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