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|Title:||The 1950s Striptease Debates in Singapore: Getai and the Politics of Culture||Authors:||HO HUI LIN||Keywords:||popular culture, striptease, Singapore, getai, 1950s, moral panic||Issue Date:||29-Jan-2013||Citation:||HO HUI LIN (2013-01-29). The 1950s Striptease Debates in Singapore: Getai and the Politics of Culture. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Striptease as getai entertainment in 1950s Singapore continues to fire popular imagination, but has yet to receive academic attention. This thesis examines the public controversy that striptease evoked, shedding light on the politics of culture in the postwar period.||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/49345|
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