Political Legitimacy and Housing: Stakeholding in Singapore

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Subject index

a
allocation 12 , 20 ;
Eastern Europe 18 ;
USA 17
altar, Chinese 92 , 104-6
ancestral hall 92
ancillary services xii
Arab population 29
architecture xii , 6-8 , 12
atap houses 70-1
Australia, urban renewal 6
automobile industry 28

b
banking and finance 27
Barisan Socialis 9
Building Control Division (BCD) 48
building hegemony/consensus 132-40 ;
avoidance of rights claims 136-7 ;
elimination of class-based politics 137 ;
exclusions 139 ;
incorporating population 135 ;
land acquisition 133-4 ;
success symbols 139-40 ;
universal housing 132-3
building materials 12
building programme 12-13
bus system see transport
business and technology corridors 46

c
Cambodia 27
car parks 25
CCC see Citizens’ Consultative Committee
central area 27-32
Central Europe 10 , 25
Central Provident Fund (CPF) 22-4 ;
contributions 22 ;
investment 22-3 ;
mortgage payments 23-4
Changi 36
Chief Planner 48
childcare 66 , 84-5
China, People’s Republic 25-7
China trade 27
Chinatown 29 , 31 , 37 , 41-2 , 44 , 86
Chinese community 29 , 31 , 82 , 90 , 143
Chinese house form 70-1 , 90 ;
HDB flat 104-6 ;
public spaces 78 ;
religious practices 91-8 , 104-6
Chinese kampung 116-18
Chinese temple 67 , 91
Chinese village 71-3 ;
community 116-18 ;
houses 72 ;
public spaces 79-80 ;
roads 71-2 ;
shops 71
Chinese village resettlement 51-69 ;
impact 57-9 ;
life in new town 59-68 ;
renovations 59-61 ,
routines 63-8 ,
social economic
conditions 61-3 ;
research design 52-3 ;
sampling and field work 53 ;
village conditions 54 ;
villagers’ profile 54-7
Citizens’ Consultative Committee (CCC) 146
City Hall 41
Civic and Cultural District 41-2
claims of rights 136-7
coffee shop 56 , 67 , 79-80 , 84 , 153-5157-60
collective consumption 125-8
collective idling 79 , 157-60

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Figures x
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgements xv
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1 - Public-Housing Policies Compared 12
  • Chapter 2 - From City to Nation 27
  • Chapter 3 - Resettling a Chinese Village 51
  • Chapter 4 - Modernism and the Vernacular 70
  • Chapter 5 - Adjusting Religious Practices to Different House-Forms 90
  • Chapter 6 - A Practicable Concept of Community in a High-Rise Housing Environment 113
  • Chapter 7 - Public Housing and Political Legitimacy 124
  • Chapter 8 - Nostalgia for the Kampung 152
  • Notes 168
  • References 174
  • Author Index 181
  • Subject Index 184
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