Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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    Falls among Asians living in small apartments designed for older adults in Singapore
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    Journal of Aging and Environment, 34:1 (2019): 31-47, Taylor & Francis
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
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    Generativity: Establishing and Nurturing the Next Generation
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    Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 17:3 (2019): 368-379, Taylor & Francis
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
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    Two Asian Malls: Urban Shopping Centre Development in Singapore and Japan
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    Asia Pacific Business Review, 15.1, (2009): 123-135, Routledge
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
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    Japanese retailers in Southeast Asia: strong local partners, shopping malls, and aiming for comprehensive internationalization
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    The International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research, 24.5 (2014): 500-515, Routledge
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
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    Singapore’s approach to ageing policies: tackling the limits of the family in supporting seniors.
    In Family and Population Change in Singapore (pp. 143-161). Routledge, 2018.
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
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    What Do Grandfathers Value? Understanding Grandfatherhood in Asia Through Chinese Grandfathers in Singapore
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    Springer, 2016.
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
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    Experiences of Formal and Informal Caregivers of Older Persons in Singapore
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    Springer, 2017.
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
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    Contextual challenges and the mosaic of support: Understanding the vulnerabilities of low-income informal caregivers of dependent elders in Singapore
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    Springer, 2017.
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
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    What if the Family is No Longer the Fundamental Building Block of Society?
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    Singapore: World Scientific, 2017. Print.
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
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    Growing old in Singapore: workings of the “many helping hands” policy approach
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    London: Routledge, 2018.
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
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    Lifelong learning and productive aging among the baby-boomers in Singapore
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    Elsevier, 2018.
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
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    Singapo-ru ni okeru Nihon Senryoki no Kioku [Singapore’s Memory of the Japanese Occupation]
    In Kiokuno Kyoyu wo Mezashite” [Toward a Common History], ed. Masaki Kawashima. Tokyo: Kohrosha, 2015. (In Japanese). 20 pp.
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
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    An examination of the motivations for lifelong learning among older persons in Singapore
    In Lifelong Learning: Practice and Prospect, ed. Chinese Adult and Lifelong Education Association. Taipei: Shida Shuyuen, 2014. (In Chinese).
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
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    Social networks and the wellbeing of older adults in Singapore
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    In Successful Aging: Asian Perspectives, ed. Sheung-Tak Cheng, Iris Chi, Helence Fung, Lydia Li and Jean Woo. London: Springer, 2015.
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
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    Living Independently, Living Well: Seniors living in Housing and Development Board Studio Apartments in Singapore
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    Senri Ethnological Studies, 87 (2014), Japan.
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
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    Critical Issues in Elderly Health in Singapore
    Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development, 21, no. 1, 2011. Print
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
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    Closing the Generational Gap: Efforts to Enhance Intergenerational Bonding in Singapore
    Southeast Asian Countries and Active Aging Consortium Asia Pacific Meeting on "Designing Age Friendly Communities To Enhance Aging in Place (Invited paper), presented at Bali, Indonesia, 13 - 14 Oct 2011
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
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    When My Grandparents Need Care: Intergenerational Dynamics in Informal Caregiving
    Shifting Boundaries of Care Provision in Asia: Policy and Practice Changes, presented at Asia Research Institute, NUS, Singapore, 14 - 15 Mar 2011
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
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    Grandchildren and Intergenerational Dynamics in Informal Caregiving in Singapore
    First Asia-Pacific Conference on Ageing, presented at Marina Mandarin, Singapore, 24 - 26 Mar 2011
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
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    Intergenerational Relationships in the Family and its Impact on Youth’s Attitudes towards the Elderly in Taiwan and Singapore
    9th Asia/Oceania Regional Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, presented at Melbourne Convention Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 23 - 27 Oct 2011
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
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