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|Title:||The Development of New Towns in Hong Kong and Singapore: Some Social Consequences|
|Source:||Vasoo, S. (1988). The Development of New Towns in Hong Kong and Singapore: Some Social Consequences. International Social Work 31 (2) : 115-133. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||A brief overview of the Herculean tasks undertaken by the governments of Hong Kong & Singapore to provide public housing for their peoples in various new towns developed. About 50% & 80% of the population of Hong Kong & Singapore, respectively, have been resettled into new towns. Such large-scale movement has created a reorganization of the social structure of each society. Some consequential effects of these changes are discussed. Modified AA.|
|Source Title:||International Social Work|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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