4 edition of Values and development in Singapore found in the catalog.
Values and development in Singapore
Tham, Seong Chee.
by Dept. of Malay Studies, National University of Singapore in [Singapore]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Tham Seong Chee.|
|Series||Seminar papers ;, no. 19, Seminar papers (National University of Singapore. Dept. of Malay Studies) ;, no. 19.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 93/00273 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||95948123|
Asserts that moral education in Singapore has been aimed pragmatically at forging together, by shared values, the four major racial and cultural communities of that nation. Maintains that moral education also has been used to preserve a cultural and national identity against the perceived erosion of Asian roots by Western education. (ACM)Cited by: Singaporean culture is heavily influenced by Chinese values and one’s ethnicity is a strong social oreans often attribute social behaviour and characteristics One of the five national shared values upheld by Singapore is the tenet that the “nation comes before your community and society above yourself”.
Types of study. Ethical issues that value may be regarded as a study under ethics, which, in turn, may be grouped as rly, ethical value may be regarded as a subgroup of a broader field of philosophic value sometimes referred to as l value denotes something's degree of importance, with the aim of determining what action or life is best to do, . Value education is the process by which people give moral values to each other. According to Powney et al. It can be an activity that can take place in any human organisation during which people are assisted by others, who may be older, in a condition experienced to make explicit our ethics in order to assess the effectiveness of these values and associated behaviour for their .
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Values and development in Singapore. [Singapore]: Dept. of Malay Studies, National University of Singapore,  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Seong Chee Tham; National University of Singapore. Department of Malay Studies. This paper summarises the findings of a large-scale lifestyle study of Singaporeans.
Using a stratified sampling approach, Values and development in Singapore book values, the attitudes, and the aspirations of Singaporeans were examined to generate descriptive profiles of typical Singaporeans.
Generally, the findings show that Singaporeans tend to become less traditional and Author: Jochen Wirtz, Kau Ah Keng, Tan Soo Jiuan. The Shared Values are five national values of Singapore.
They were formalised by the government on 15 January to forge a national identity in the face of a changing society with evolving values. The Shared Values were formulated according to the nation’s multicultural heritage, as well as the attitudes and values that have contributed to the success of Singapore.
This book identifies enabling factors from the experiences of Tokyo and other cities in promoting private sector railway construction and operation with revenues from development rights sales or leases around transit stations, so-called “land value capture” (LVC).File Size: 4MB.
Since he took over the helms of Singapore’s education ministry after the General Elections in Mayfirst term minister Mr Heng Swee Keat has signalled that he wants a renewed emphasis of character and values education in schools.
In his first dialogue session with SMU university students, Heng shared more about his vision for Singapore’s education system.
Values in Sustainable Development introduces and compares worldviews and values from multiple countries and perspectives, providing a survey of empirical methods available to study environmental values as affected by sustainable development.
The first part is methodological, looking at what values are, why they are important, and how to include Cited by: Dr Henri Ghesquiere was Director of the IMF-Singapore Regional Training Institute (). He served on the staff of the International Monetary Fund during At the IMF, he was closely involved as an economist, mission head, and senior resident representative with macroeconomic lending programs and growth-oriented stabilization Cited by: This book provides the first comprehensive overview of the economic development of Singapore, easily the leading commercial and financial center in Southeast Asia throughout the twentieth century.
This development has been based on a strategic location at the crossroads of Asia, a free trade economy, and a dynamic entrepreneurial tradition/5(2). Values in Sustainable Development introduces and compares worldviews and values from multiple countries and perspectives, providing a survey of empirical methods available to study environmental values as affected by sustainable development.
The first part is methodological, looking at what values are, why they are important, and how to include. Singapore should place a greater emphasis on individual moral development for their students, and more avenues should be provided for residents to contribute actively towards the vision of Author: Charlene Tan.
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The e-copy of the book can be downloaded here. Schools play a major role in inculcating Singaporean values and character, and civic and moral education play a major role in schools. honesty, commitment to excellence, teamwork, discipline, loyalty, humility, national pride and an emphasis on the common good have been instilledFile Size: KB.
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Instead of learning the 21 st century competencies in a vacuum, in Singapore, the competencies are supposed to be learned in the context of core values, like respect, resilience, responsibility, and harmony. From the Ministry’s perspective, such an approach should remind educators in the classroom of the role that values play in education and.