Population policy and reproduction in singapore sun shirley hsiao li. Shirley Hsiao 2019-01-25

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Shirley Hsiao

population policy and reproduction in singapore sun shirley hsiao li

Sun is a professor of sociology at Nanyang Technical University, Singapore. This suggests that the Singapore government might profitably approach the phenomenon of very low fertility with major initiatives similar to those of other advanced industrialized societies. This book offers a significant contribution to the literature on social policy, East Asian and Southeast Asian studies. These factors combine to undermine elaborate state policy efforts in encouraging citizens' biological reproduction. Sun demonstrates the ability to ask the right questions, develop an effective and appropriate methodology and provide answers.

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NTU: Academic Profile: Assoc Prof Sun Hsiao

population policy and reproduction in singapore sun shirley hsiao li

It displays a remarkable mastery of the field. Socio-economics of Personalized Medicine in Asia. It is my hope that Sun's book will encourage other researchers to engage various aspects of reproduction and family formation using qualitative methods. Using the case study of Singapore, it demonstrates that the effectiveness of population policy is a function of competing notions of citizenship, and the gap between seemingly neutral policy incentives and the perceived and experienced disparate effects. It goes on to discuss that in order to facilitate positive fertility decisions, the state needs to modify the economic production-at-all cost approach and pay much more attention to the increasing importance of citizen-social rights. This book examines the relationship between population policies and individual reproductive decisions in low-fertility contexts.

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Shirley Hsiao

population policy and reproduction in singapore sun shirley hsiao li

Population Policy and Reproduction in Singapore. Using the case study of Singapore, it demonstrates that the effectiveness of population policy is a function of competing notions of citizenship, and the gap between seemingly neutral policy incentives and the perceived and experienced disparate effects. Factors influencing the decision to share cancer genetic results among family members: an in-depth interview study of women in an Asian setting. This suggests that the Singapore government might profitably approach the phenomenon of very low fertility with major initiatives similar to those of other advanced industrialized societies. This book offers a significant contribution to the literature on social policy, East Asian and Southeast Asian studies.

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Shirley Hsiao

population policy and reproduction in singapore sun shirley hsiao li

Drawing on a substantial number of personal interviews and focus groups, the book analyzes the developmental welfare state's overarching emphasis of citizen responsibility, and examines population policies that reinforce social inequalities and ignore cultural diversity. This suggests that the Singapore government might profitably approach the phenomenon of very low fertility with major initiatives similar to those of other advanced industrialized societies. It is my hope that Sun's book will encourage other researchers to engage various aspects of reproduction and family formation using qualitative methods. This suggests that the Singapore government might profitably approach the phenomenon of very low fertility with major initiatives similar to those of other advanced industrialized societies. Using the case study of Singapore, it demonstrates that the effectiveness of population policy is a function of competing notions of citizenship, and the gap between seemingly neutral policy incentives and the perceived and experienced disparate effects.

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population policy and reproduction in singapore sun shirley hsiao li

This book examines the relationship between population policies and individual reproductive decisions in low-fertility contexts. One looks forward to Sun's continued research in the field of population policy. . Sun demonstrates the ability to ask the right questions, develop an effective and appropriate methodology and provide answers. Drawing on a substantial number of personal interviews and focus groups, the book analyzes the developmental welfare state's overarching emphasis of citizen responsibility, and examines population policies that reinforce social inequalities and ignore cultural diversity. Contents: Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; List of figures; List of tables; Acknowledgments; 1 Introduction: making future citizens; The central theoretical framework: citizenship; Citizenship as a lived experience; The developmental and productivist welfare state in Asia; Two demographic transitions; Population, state and citizenship in Singapore; Book outline; 2 Low fertility and pronatalist population policies; Global trends in fertility behavior; The economic approach and financial incentives; The institutional-cultural approach and work-family-balance policies.

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Population Policy and Reproduction in Singapore

population policy and reproduction in singapore sun shirley hsiao li

Drawing on a substantial number of personal interviews and focus groups, the book analyzes the developmental welfare state's overarching emphasis of citizen responsibility, and examines population policies that reinf. Drawing on a substantial number of personal interviews and focus groups, the book analyzes the developmental welfare state's overarching emphasis of citizen responsibility, and examines population policies that reinforce social inequalities and ignore cultural diversity. This suggests that the Singapore government might profitably approach the phenomenon of very low fertility with major initiatives similar to those of other advanced industrialized societies. This book examines the relationship between population policies and individual reproductive decisions in low-fertility contexts. It displays a remarkable mastery of the field.

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NTU: Academic Profile: Assoc Prof Sun Hsiao

population policy and reproduction in singapore sun shirley hsiao li

It will also be useful and informative reading for policy-makers. One looks forward to Sun's continued research in the field of population policy. Drawing on a substantial number of personal interviews and focus groups, the book analyzes the developmental welfare state's overarching emphasis of citizen responsibility, and examines population policies that reinf. This book offers a significant contribution to the literature on social policy, East Asian and Southeast Asian studies. Re-producing Citizens: Gender, Employment, and Work-Family-Balance Policies in Singapore.

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Population Policy and Reproduction in Singapore : Shirley Hsiao

population policy and reproduction in singapore sun shirley hsiao li

This book examines the relationship between population policies and individual reproductive decisions in low-fertility contexts. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 65 1 , 127-143. Overall, the book makes an important contribution to the analysis of population policy and reproduction in low-fertility contexts, and will thus be of interest to researchers concerned with these issues in Singapore and beyond. Using the case study of Singapore, it demonstrates that the effectiveness of population policy is a function of competing notions of citizenship, and the gap between seemingly neutral policy incentives and the perceived and experienced disparate effects. Part of a series on contemporary social, economic, and political issues in Asia, this volume examines the effects of population growth strategies on citizens of Singapore.

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Population policy and reproduction in Singapore : making future citizens (eBook, 2012) [textresponse.net]

population policy and reproduction in singapore sun shirley hsiao li

It will also be useful and informative reading for policy-makers. This suggests that the Singapore government might profitably approach the phenomenon of very low fertility with major initiatives similar to those of other advanced industrialized societies. This book offers a significant contribution to the literature on social policy, East Asian and Southeast Asian studies. Drawing on a number of personal interviews and focus groups, the book analyses the developmental welfare state's overarching emphasis of citizen-responsibility, coupled with population policies that reinforce social inequalities and ignore social diversities, and undermine elaborate state policy efforts in encouraging citizens' biological reproduction. Population policy and reproduction in Singapore: Making future citizens. The work explores the implementation of pro-natal policies and their effects on the experience of citizenship in the nation.

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9780415670685

population policy and reproduction in singapore sun shirley hsiao li

These factors combine to undermine elaborate state policy efforts in encouraging citizens' biological reproduction. It demonstrates that the effectiveness of population policy is a function of globalization processes, competing notions of citizenship, and the gap between seemingly neutral policy incentives and the perceived and experienced disparate effects. Drawing on a number of personal interviews and focus groups, the book analyses the developmental welfare state's overarching emphasis of citizen-responsibility, coupled with population policies that reinforce social inequalities and ignore social diversities, and undermine elaborate state policy efforts in encouraging citizens' biological reproduction. The E-mail message field is required. London and New York: Routledge , where she draws on extensive interview data with physicians and genetic research scientists in Asia with respect to their understanding and experiences of precision medicine. Using the case study of Singapore, it demonstrates that the effectiveness of population policy is a function of competing notions of citizenship, and the gap between seemingly neutral policy incentives and the perceived and experienced disparate effects.

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