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PEOPLE!! MEMBERS!! It’s that time of the year again! We’re organizing a Soci-BBQ just before the term break starts! Head on down and chill-out, where students from all cohorts of sociology “gemeinschaftlich’ize” themselves!
There’ll not only be plenty of food, but games, and our very own, brownie toasting ritual! All the Profs’ will be there as well! So head on down and share your opinions & rants with seniors, and… let loose! Let’s all get together!
Here’s the directions from Wee Nam Library, North Spine! (click to download a bigger picture)
In an era of telecommunications and international migration, what is the meaning of being a “Singaporean” today? Is “Singaporean” becoming a mere label of citizenship, or does it entail a deeper relationship between one’s sense of self and the nation?
As Singapore continues to embark on nation building and welcomes a new wave of immigrants to the country, we ask the important question: how does one become “Singaporean”?
NTU sociological society (NTUSS) presents a public forum bringing together student speakers from National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University as well as members of the public to investigate issues of a "Singaporean identity" in this globalized world.
Seats are limited!
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Keynote speaker: Dr. Lai Ah Eng
Senior Research Fellow, Asia Research Institute, NUS
Mr. Julius Chen & Ms. Michelle Ong
National University of Singapore
Ms. Neo Shar Ni & Mr. Mohd. Feroz Taherbhai
Nanyang Technological University