In 2012, after many years in which individual researchers in the Global Cities Institute had done research in Singapore, the Institute decided to name Singapore as a focus city. This was done, linked to RMIT’s overall strategy of engagement on partner cities. As part of this process the Institute has agreed to collaborate with the Centre for Liveable Cities in Singapore.
Chris Hudson will lead the Institute’s engagement in Singapore.
|Online@Asia-Pacific: social networking systems and online communities in the region
One way to investigate the emerging forms of sociality, creativity and politics within networked media is through the relationship between emerging and remediated forms of user created content (UCC) and the social networking systems (SNS).
|Online@Asia-Pacific: social networking systems and online communities in the region (2008-2009)
How does the online reflect, depart from, or shape the offline world? And what are the emerging modes of community, sociality, media literacy, creativity and politics traversing online and offline spaces?
|The role of lifestyle television in transforming culture, citizenship and selfhood: Australia, China, Taiwan, Singapore and India
Over the past decade or so, TV schedules around the world have undergone something of a lifestyle revolution on primetime television with advice television increasingly directed towards a broader prime-time audience.
|Theatre in the Asia-Pacific: regional culture in a modern global context
How do theatre and performance in the Asia-Pacific articulate the social, political and material changes that result from globalization in its engagement with the national and the local?