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Title:Beyond the Singapore Girl: Discourses of Gender and Nation in Singapore
Format Type:Ebook
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Publisher:Nordic Institute of Asian Studies
ISBN:8776941248
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Number of Pages:214
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Beyond the Singapore Girl: Discourses of Gender and Nation in Singapore by Chris Hudson

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Beyond the Singapore Girl: Discourses of Gender and Nation in Singapore The branding of Singapore International Airlines with the image of a beautiful petite and servile Oriental woman dressed in figure hugging sarong kebaya is one of the world s longest running and most successful advertising campaigns But this image does not simply advertise a service it is part of a global and national regime of symbolic constructions of gender that today is seen as outdated and sexist and bearing little relation to modern Singapore where women have good access to education and increased life choices resulting from engagement in the wage economy .

The failure of these campaigns and rethinking of the Singapore Girl highlight a key premise of this book there are limits to the power of discursive constructions of gender in the national interest

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