Debating Singapore, a volume of thirty-one essays, offers perceptive observations, acerbic commentary and judicious critiques from academics and professionals on key economic, social and cultural issues that have shaped discourse on Singapore since 1990. Written between 1990 and 1994, these concise essays capture the essence of debate during a particular moment in time. They also convey a sense of the rapidity with which change, in both tangible and intangible dimensions, takes place in the Singapore of the 1990s.Reflective Essays Derek Da Cunha. Ideologically, the PAPa#39;s staunch rejection of ... This ideological strategy thwarts expectations for state subsidies as a right of citizenship and enforces an ethic of self-reliance. But the welfare strategy that has anbsp;...
|Author||:||Derek Da Cunha|
|Publisher||:||Institute of Southeast Asian Studies - 1994-01-01|