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Aligned with geography's efforts to recover subaltern spaces, this paper investigates the phenomenon of smoking in Singapore through the concept of the queer closet. In so doing, I argue that the closet offers a refreshing analytical framework for thinking about the spatial politics of smoking...
Ecotourism has developed rapidly in recent decades. Many ecotourism-related vocational training has been organized to train and prepare qualified personnel for this special tourism industry niche. This paper investigates participants’ motivations to enroll in ecotourism vocational training...
Despite urban designers attempt to advocate walking in urban areas by upgrading the walking environment, there has been very little research done to corroborate this claim. More studies are required to investigate the connection between the walking environment and actual walking experience...
Corruption plagues all Asian countries to one extent or another. Rather than the universal one-size-fits-all models, corruption must be understood within national and local contexts, that is, as geographically variable. This paper explores this issue in three steps. First it offers a discussion...
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