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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 1350
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
1996THE IMPACT OF REMINISCENCE GROUP THERAPY AMONG INSTITUTIONALIZED ELDERLYNG TIAN CHAI
1996SERVICE DELIVERY & UTILIZATION OF ELDERLY PROGRAMMES & SERVICES IN THE CITY-WEST AREAKOO FEI TING, KITTYBOND
1996TRADITIONAL CHINESE HEALTH BELIEFS, PRIMARY-SECONDARY LOCUS OF CONTROL AND HEALTH SEEKING BEHAVIOURKHOR MI MEI
1996ELDERLY PARENTS WITH AN INTELLECTUALLY DISABLED CHILD : FACTORS AFFECTING PERMANENCY PLANNINGFU JI LANG
1996THE EFFECTS ON CHILD CARE ARRANGEMENTS ON THE SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR OF CHILDRENANITA FOO SHU HUI
1996CATEGORIZATION OF ACADEMIC CONCEPTS AS A FUNCTION OF EXPERTISECHUA SEOW LING
1996PHONOLOGICAL SKILLS AND THEIR RELATIONS TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF READING AND VOCABULARY IN SINGAPORE CHINESE-ENGLISH/ENGLISH-CHINESE BILINGUAL CHILDRENSHARON CHONG SZE KAH
1996FACTORS AFFECTING THE FAMILY'S DECISION TO INSTITUTIONALIZE AN DEMENTED ELDERLYCHONG LI HWA
1996MULTIPLE-BURDENS AND COPING PATTERNS OF MALAY LONE MOTHERSSALINA BTE SAMION
1995FAMILY VALUES ON PRIME-TIME TELEVISION IN SINGAPOREZUZARTE CARL ALEXANDER
1995TRENDS IN THE STRAITS TIMES' COVERAGE OF DEVELOPMENT CAMPAIGNS IN SINGAPOREPATRICIA WOO WAI-CHENG
1995FACTORS INFLUENCING THE PRODUCTION OF CHINESE DRAMA SERIALS IN SINGAPOREMALCOLM WONG WEE LEONG
1995THE THIRD-PERSON EFFECT : DISCREPANT PERCEPTIONS OF THE INFLUENCE OF TELEVISION CONTENTLEE BENG BENG @ BEN LEE
1995PLEASURE, IDEOLOGY AND POSTMODERNISM IN CONTEMPORARY ADVERTISINGAMY JEWEL CHENG HWAH JOO
1995THE SINGAPORE PRESS AND THE WOMEN'S MOVEMENT : A STUDY OF ALTERNATIVE VOICESCHAN YIN-TENG, JENNIFER
1995THE IDEOLOGICAL ORIENTATION OF THE STRAITS TIMESBERLINDA NADARAJAN
1988NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICE POSTS : AN ADAPTATION OF THE KOBAN SYSTEM IN SINGAPORELEE MEE @ LEI MEE
1991THE OCCUPATION OF SINGAPORE : ACCOMMODATION OF VARIOUS PEOPLES UNDER JAPANESE RULESHIRLEY TAN
1990INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION DIFFERENCES BETWEEN JAPANESE AND SINGAPOREANSYEO TEAN LAM
1990NEEDS ANALYSIS OF THE USAGE OF JAPANESE AMONG GRADUATES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF JAPANESE STUDIES, N.U.S.YEO DAI YUN
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 1350