Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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  • 1.
    The Necessary Connection: Intergenerational Programs in the Context of Singapore, IMEMGS Research Paper Series, No. 1, Tokorozawa: Institute for Multi-ethnic and Multi-generational Societies, Waseda University, 2006, Print
    IMEMGS Research Paper Series, No. 1, Tokorozawa: Institute for Multi-ethnic andMulti-generational Societies, Waseda University, 2006, Print
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 2.
    “The Learn from Japan Campaign in Singapore”
    Japan & Singapore: A Multidisiplinary Approach, Ed. Y.H. Tsu, Singapore: McGraw Hill, 2006, Print
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 3.
    “The Dynamics of Multigenerational Care in Singapore”
    UNPA Seminar on Family Support Networks and Population Ageing, presented at Doha, Qatar, 3-4 Jun 2009
    Faculty Department : Social Work
  • 4.
    “The Dynamics of Multigenerational Care in Singapore”
    UNPA Seminar on Family Support Networks and Population Ageing, presented at Doha, Qatar, 3-4 Jun 2009
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 5.
    “The Dynamics of Cargiving in Singapore Families”
    Book Volume of Ageing and Caring at the Intersection of Work and Home Life: Blurring the Boundaries, Eds. A. Martin-Matthews and J.E. Phillips, New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2008, Print
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 6.
    “The Dynamics of Cargiving in Singapore Families”
    Invited Seminar at Cross-Cultural Care Studies Network Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, presented at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Tokyo, Japan, 7 Mar 2010
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 7.
    “The Aging Singapore Population”
    Theorizing Singapore City, Ed. Ajia Yuugaku, Tokyo: Bensey Publisher, 2009, Print
    [ In Japanese ]
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 8.
    “Survey on Grandparenting in Singapore”
    Alternate Generations in the Family: Asian Perspective, presented at the National University of Singapore, Singapore, 20-22 Oct 2005
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 9.
    “Singing to More Good Years: Karaoke as Serious Leisure for Older Persons in Singapore”
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    Indian Journal of Gerontology (Health, Physical Activity and Aging), 20.1-2 (2006): 67-80, Print
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 10.
    “Singapore: A Home in a Globalized World”
    Study Guide for Video "Under Another Sun", United States, 2003, Web
    [ Available online http://www.aems.uiuc.edu/ ]
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 11.
    “Shingaporu Ni Okeru Josei to Kyoiku (Women and Education in Singapore)”
    Journal of Asian Woman's Studies, 8 (1999): 14-16, Print
    [ In Japanese ]
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 12.
    “Shrinking World – The Impact of Globalization on Asian Values Within the Context of Aging in Singapore”
    The Gerontological Society of Singapore's Regional Conference, presented on 12-14 Jan 2001
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 13.
    “Shaping a Japanese Overseas: ‘Internalization’ and ‘Internationalization’ in an Overseas Japanese Kindergarten”
    14th Biennial Conference of the Japanese Studies Association of Australia, presented at the University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia, 2-6 Jul 2005
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 14.
    “Shaping a Japanese Overseas: ‘Internalization’ and ‘Internationalization’ in an Overseas Japanese Kindergarten”
    Japan and Singapore: A Multidisiplinary Approach, Ed. Y.H. Tsu, Singapore: McGraw Hill, 2005, Print
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 15.
    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
  • 16.
    “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
  • 17.
    “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
  • 18.
    “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
  • 19.
    “Population Profile in Singapore: Trends and Challenges”
    Aging, 20.4 (2003): 28-35, Print
    Faculty Department : Japanese Studies
  • 20.
    “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
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