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Self-Censorship: Singapore's Shame - James Gomez
Self-Censorship: Singapore's Shame - James Gomez
Manufacturer Number: SN558
Stock Status: In Stock
Language, Society and Education in Singapore Issues and Trends... --... S. Gopinathan, Anne Parker, Ho Wah Kam & Vanithamani Saravanan (eds)... This collection of studies looks at language issues in Singapore from several angles - cultural, economic, educational, political, psycholinguisitic and social. Although the increased use of English and Mandarin have played...

Self-Censorship: Singapore's Shame


 James Gomez

As in most countries where there is a limited freedom of expression, most of the censorship is implemented by citizens, rather than the government which benefits. Singapore is no different. Rather than taking this for granted, the author examines what motivates people to keep their heads down and what can practically be done to give them a voice in such situations. Very Good Paperback. First Edition. Signed by the Author. 98 pages. 

Weight: 0.4 kg Post free within Malaysia

Published by Think Centre, Singapore. 2000 ISBN: 9789810417390

Condition: The cover has very little wear except for traces of a removed price sticker. There is a gift dedication by the author. Otherwise the book looks new.

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