|Name:||Dr GEORGE Cherian
|Qualification:||Cherian George is Assistant Professor at the Division of Journalism and Publishing, School of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He studies media and politics. His PhD (Stanford) was on media activism on the internet.
Contentious Journalism and the Internet Advantage: Democratizing Public Discourse in Malaysia and Singapore. NUS Press and MIT Press, forthcoming.
Singapore: The Air-conditioned Nation. Essays on the Politics of Comfort and Control, 1990-2000. Singapore: Landmark Books, 2000.
"The Internet's Political Impact and the Penetration/Participation Paradox in Malaysia and Singapore". Media, Culture & Society, forthcoming.
"Asian Journalisms: Neglected Alternatives". In X. Hao and S.K. Datta-Ray (eds.) Issues and Challenges in Asian Journalism. Singapore: Times Academic Press, forthcoming.
"Understanding the Internet's Political Impact in Asia". Asian Journal of Social Science, forthcoming.
"The Internet and the Narrow-Tailoring Dilemma for ĎAsianí Democracies". Communication Review 6 (3), 2003.
"Singapore: Media at the Mainstream and the Margins". In Russell Heng (Ed.), Media Fortunes, Changing Times: ASEAN States in Transition. Singapore: Institute of South East AsianStudies, 2003.
"Asian Media and Elections: Frameworks in Human Rights and Media Systems". Asian Journal of Communication 6 (2), 1996 (with Simon SC Tay).
|PhD, Communication, Stanford University, 2003.
MSc, Journalism, Columbia University, 1990.
BA (Hons), Social & Political Sciences, Cambridge University, 1989|