Singapore Internet Research Centre, Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information

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Short name Singapore Internet Research Centre
Name Singapore Internet Research Centre, Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at Nanyang Technological University
Description The Singapore Internet Research Centre is hosted at and has received initial funding from the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. The centre initiates and conducts research related to the Internet across Asia, including East, Southeast, and South Asia. Faculty associates of the Centre engage in wide variety of collaborative research efforts with other researchers around the globe. Although the research efforts are primarily supported by faculty from NTU, it engages in a wide variety of collaborative efforts with researchers and institutions worldwide. The goal of the Singapore Internet Research Centre is: To be a premier Asian research institute on the Internet, and bring Asian experiences and perspectives to the global discussion about the development, impact, and potential of the Internet, and to conduct and promote broad-based high-quality multidisciplinary research in Internet development, e-services, new media use and social impact, and policy for the benefit and advancement of individuals, organizations, nation and society. The Centre focuses research attention on the experiences of Asian nations with the Internet.
University Nanyang Technological University
Country Singapore
Type of organization Participating center
Contact e-mail address(es) sirc@ntu.edu.sg
Contact form http://www.sirc.ntu.edu.sg/ContactUs/Pages/Home.aspx
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Topics of interest E-commerce, E-Government, E-democracy, Ethics, Social media, Social movements, Internet Governance
Disciplines involved Economics, Information science, Law, Sociology
Official website http://www.sirc.ntu.edu.sg/
Twitter handle @NTUsg
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Projects SIRCA Programme, GDPC Project, Connect2SEA Grant, Internet Diffusion in Singapore's Muslim Community, Games in Asia, The Internet and Religion in Singapore, Mobile Spam in Singapore, The Internet in Singapore, Internet and the 201X Elections, Internet and Elections, Use of Online Government Feedback Channels in Singapore, Economics of the Internet, The Tsunami Disaster Web Sphere, Weblogs: a new form of Online Expression and Information Dissemination, How Relief Agencies use the Internet to Communicate and Share Information with the Public and to Mobilize Public Support, Designing and Delivering Tsunami Stories Online. A Comparative Study of Disaster Coverage, Images Online: are they providing a 'Real' Picture, Freedom of expression, Fake news, Social media advertising regulation

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ClassificationNanyang Technological University + and Participating center +
Contact formhttp://www.sirc.ntu.edu.sg/ContactUs/Pages/Home.aspx +
CountrySingapore +
DescriptionThe Singapore Internet Research Centre is
The Singapore Internet Research Centre is hosted at and has received initial funding from the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. The centre initiates and conducts research related to the Internet across Asia, including East, Southeast, and South Asia. Faculty associates of the Centre engage in wide variety of collaborative research efforts with other researchers around the globe. Although the research efforts are primarily supported by faculty from NTU, it engages in a wide variety of collaborative efforts with researchers and institutions worldwide. The goal of the Singapore Internet Research Centre is: To be a premier Asian research institute on the Internet, and bring Asian experiences and perspectives to the global discussion about the development, impact, and potential of the Internet, and to conduct and promote broad-based high-quality multidisciplinary research in Internet development, e-services, new media use and social impact, and policy for the benefit and advancement of individuals, organizations, nation and society. The Centre focuses research attention on the experiences of Asian nations with the Internet.
iences of Asian nations with the Internet. +
DisciplineEconomics +, Information science +, Law + and Sociology +
Full nameSingapore Internet Research Centre, Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at Nanyang Technological University +
Homepagehttp://www.sirc.ntu.edu.sg/ +
ProjectSIRCA Programme +, GDPC Project +, Connect2SEA Grant +, Internet Diffusion in Singapore's Muslim Community +, Games in Asia +, The Internet and Religion in Singapore +, Mobile Spam in Singapore +, The Internet in Singapore +, Internet and the 201X Elections +, Internet and Elections +, Use of Online Government Feedback Channels in Singapore +, Economics of the Internet +, The Tsunami Disaster Web Sphere +, Weblogs: a new form of Online Expression and Information Dissemination +, How Relief Agencies use the Internet to Communicate and Share Information with the Public and to Mobilize Public Support +, Designing and Delivering Tsunami Stories Online. A Comparative Study of Disaster Coverage +, Images Online: are they providing a 'Real' Picture +, Freedom of Expression +, Fake news + and Social media advertising regulation +
Short nameSingapore Internet Research Centre +
Topic interestE-commerce +, E-Government +, E-democracy +, Ethics +, Social Media +, Social Movements + and Internet Governance +
Twitter@NTUsg +
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sirc@ntu.edu.sg +