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Title: IPS Study on Perceptions of Singapore’s history
Creators: Leong Chan Hoong 
External Contact: IPS Public Data Sharing Platform
Subject: History
Collective memory
Social cohesion
DOI: doi:10.25540/EYEK-24CY

The survey set out to explore the following questions: Which are the influential Singapore stories and why, and who do these stories resonate with? Looking ahead, which types of narratives will inspire current and future generations of Singaporeans? It was conducted in 2014.

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Related Publications: 10635/142770
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  • Leong, C. H., Choo, M., Ho, E., Lim, V., Seah, P., & Yang, W. W. (2016). Study on the perceptions of Singapore’s history. In C. Soon & S. F. Hoe (Eds.), Singapore Perspectives 2015: Choices (pp. 153–187). Singapore: World Scientific.
  • Leong Chan Hoong (2015). IPS Study on Perceptions of Singapore’s history. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. [Dataset].
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