Singapore Studies: Critical Surveys of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Volumen2
NUS Press, 1986 - 256 páginas
This edition brings up to date a decade of research work developments of the Faculty of Arts and Social Science, National University of Singapore, since the first volume was published in 1985. The state of the respective disciplines covered are reviewed in terms of notable theoretical and conceptual developments, major benchmarks during the past decade, and research lacunae that need to be addressed, as well as their substantive developments and contributions in the Singapore context and possible future directions, resulting in a collection of essays that places the Faculty's studies in an international comparative framework.
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Foreword by Tong Chee Kiong
Singapore Literature in English
Issues and Directions for English Language Research
Singapore Drama and Theatre in English
Malay Studies in Language Literature Culture and Society
Singapore in Political Science
Studies in Psychology
Social Work in Singapore
Following the Contours
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Academic approach areas Arts ASEAN Asian Association Bahasa Centre changes Chia Chinese comparative concern context continue contribution countries critical cultural decade Department discipline discussion economic effects English English Language environment ethnic examined example experience factors findings foreign future geography given groups growth Gupta housing human important income increasing individual industrial Institute interest International investment issues Journal Kong labour language linguistic literature Malay Malay Studies Malaysia measures National University nature noted Pakir period perspective physical planning political population practice Press problems psychology published recent reflected region relations religious represents Review role Sciences sector Seong Series Singapore's social society Southeast Asia standard Studies survey Thumboo trade trends University of Singapore University Press urban values various women Wong World writing