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Title: Political Participation in Singapore: Findings from a National Survey
Authors: Ling, O.G. 
Ser, T.E. 
Koh, G.
Issue Date: 1999
Citation: Ling, O.G., Ser, T.E., Koh, G. (1999). Political Participation in Singapore: Findings from a National Survey. Asian Journal of Political Science 7 (2) : 126-141. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Discusses whether the political culture in Singapore, once viewed to be passive, is changing & whether people feel that they have any influence at all in the governance process, drawing on survey data from 1,054 citizens & permanent residents. The Singapore government has also, during the 1990s, attempted to open channels of feedback & consultation on public policy to invite greater participation. The aim here is to ascertain if people felt that these channels were indeed accessible & adequate, & whether they were willing to use or had ever used them to express their views on public policy. A third set of issues revolves around whether people were willing to serve in government-related & non-government-related organizations as modes of political participation & community involvement.
Source Title: Asian Journal of Political Science
ISSN: 02185377
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