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Arts and Culture for Older People in Singapore: An Annotated Bibliography
Published by Springer International Publishing AG
This book combines in a single volume numerous studies concerning the use of arts and culture to enhance quality of life, health and wellbeing among older people, especially in Singapore.
This book combines in a single volume numerous studies concerning the use of arts and culture to enhance quality of life, health and wellbeing among older people, especially in Singapore. The bibliography covers not only research conducted in Singapore (both published and grey literature), but also a global body of work encompassing the Asia-Pacific region, Europe and North America. In addition to the annotated bibliography, the opening chapter introduces the current state of policy, practice and research on arts and culture for older people in Singapore. The book offers a valuable point of reference for all readers interested in the use of artistic and cultural development as creative and non-pharmacological approaches to providing support throughout the ageing process. It will be particularly useful for anyone interested in research advances in participatory arts therapies and recreational activities for older individuals.
ForwordPrefaceAcknowledgementsChapter 1. State of the Arts and Cultures Participation in Singapore1.1. Introduction1.2. Anticipating an Ageing Society1.3. Defining the Practice1.3.1. Participatory Arts as a Profession1.3.2. Public Sector Initiatives1.3.3. Hospitals and Nursing Institutions1.3.4. Non-Profit Organizations/VWOs/Community Organizations1.3.5. Arts Organisations1.3.6. Commercial Services1.4 Research in Singapore1.5. Summing UpReferencesChapter 2. Annotated Bibliography2.1. Overview2.2. Singapore2.2.1. Books and Journal Articles2.2.2. Conference Proceedings2.2.3. Plans, Reports, & Speeches2.2.4. Dissertations and Theses (Unpublished)2.3. Asia-Pacific (Except Singapore)2.3.1. Australia and New Zealand2.3.2. China2.3.3. Hong Kong2.3.4. Japan2.3.5. South Korea2.3.6. Taiwan2.3.7. South-East Asia (Except Singapore)2.4. United States and Canada2.5. Europe and United Kingdom2.6. General (Other Regional Works)
Belinda Yuen is a Professorial Fellow and Research Director at the Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities (LKYCIC), Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD), where she directs the Lee Li Ming Programme in Ageing Urbanism. She is interested in the study of cities, and in particular in understanding the interactions between the urban built environment and its social, cultural and environmental dynamics. Belinda holds a BA (with honors) in Geography from the University of Singapore, an MA in Town and Regional Planning from the University of Sheffield, and a PhD from the University of Melbourne. Penny Kong was part of the Lee Li Ming Programme in Ageing Urbanism at the Singapore University of Technology and Design. Her interests include urban design, sustainable development and the infinite possibilities that lie at the intersection of design, technology and culture. She is deeply passionate about the arts and believes everyone should have equitable access to arts and culture as a way of life. Penny graduated with a BA in Architecture and an MA from the National University of Singapore.
Reviewer: Caleb Simmons
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