This year's parliamentary election offers plenty of fodder for academics and political analysts. After all, it saw the highest number of contested seats, the awakening of an oft-assumed apathetic electorate, unprecedented opposition gains, and consequently, the incumbent's worst showing – all of which may be discussed freely on non-regulated social media and networks. For those who enjoy a more traditional form of browsing, the recently published Voting in Change offers up a collection of colourful essays from political commentators such as SMU's Bridget Welsh and Eugene Tan.
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Better than bread and butter: Singapore’s general election 2011. (2011). Knowledge@SMU.
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