SELECTED JOURNALISTIC WORK
George, C. (2012). Freedom From The Press: Journalism and State Power in Singapore. Singapore: National University of Singapore Press.
George, C. (Editor) (2008). Free Markets, Free Media? Reflections on the political economy of the press in Asia. Singapore: Asian Media Information and Communication Centre.
George, C. (2006). Contentious Journalism and the Internet: Towards Democratic Discourse in Malaysia and Singapore. Singapore University Press and University of Washington Press.
George, C. (2000). Singapore: The Air-conditioned Nation. Essays on the Politics of Comfort and Control, 1990-2000. Singapore: Landmark Books.
George, C. (2014). “Journalism and the Politics of Hate: Charting Ethical Responses to Religious Intolerance.” Journal of Mass Media Ethics 29 (2): 74-90.
Hao, X., N. Wen and C George (2014). “News consumption and political and civic engagement among young people.” Journal of Youth Studies, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13676261.2014.901490.
George, C. (2013). “Diversity around a democratic core: The universal and the particular in journalism.” Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism 14 (4): 490-503.
Hao, X., C. George and S. Cong (2013). “Professional aspirations, newsroom culture and social context.” Media Asia 40 (1): 73-84.
George, C. (2011). “Beyond Professionalization: A Radical Broadening of Journalism Education.” Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 66 (3): 258-267.
George, C. (2009). “Putting Citizens Back Into Journalism.” Media Asia 36 (1): 12-13.
George, C. and R. Raman (2008). “When big media meet ‘we’ media in Singapore.” Australian Journalism Review 30 (2): 61-73.
George, C. (2008). “Debate: Values-driven journalism.” Journalism Studies 9 (1): 128-131.
George, C. (2007). “Media in Malaysia: Zone of Contention.” Democratization 14 (5): 893-910.
George, C. (2007). “Consolidating Authoritarian Rule: Calibrated Coercion in Singapore.” The Pacific Review 20 (2): 127-145.
George, C. (2007). “Credibility Deficits: Why Some News Media don’t Pay the Price.” Journalism Studies 8 (6): 898-908.
George, C. (2005). “The Internet's Political Impact and the Penetration/Participation Paradox in Malaysia and Singapore.” Media Culture & Society 27 (6): 903-920.
George, C. (2005). “Calibrated coercion and the maintenance of hegemony in Singapore.” Asia Research Institute Working Papers Series 48.
George, C. (2003). “The Internet's Political Impact and the Penetration/Participation Paradox in Malaysia and Singapore.” Asia Research Institute Working Papers Series 14.
George, C. (2003). “The Internet and the Narrow-Tailoring Dilemma for ‘Asian’ Democracies.” Communication Review 6 (3): 247-268.
Tay, S.S.C. & C. George (1996). “Asian Media and Elections: Frameworks in Human Rights and Media Systems.” Asian Journal of Communication 6 (2): 9-29.
George, C. (2013). “The Internet as a Platform for Civil Disobedience”, pp. 385-395 in J. Hartley, J. Burgess & A. Bruns (eds.), A Companion to New Media Dynamics. Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.
George, C. (2013). “Why Singapore Journalists Don't Press for Legal Reform”, pp. 45-59 in Andrew T. Kenyon, T. Marjoribanks & A. Whiting (eds.) Democracy, Media and Law in Malaysia and Singapore: A Space for Speech. London: Routledge.
George, C. (2012). “Silence and Protest in Singapore’s Censorship Debates”, pp. 189-199 in N. Otmazgin & E. Ben-Ari (eds.), Popular Culture and the State in East and South-East Asia. Oxford, UK: Routledge.
Hao, X.M. & C. George (2012). “Singapore Journalism: Buying into a Winning Formula”, pp. 91-103 in D. Weaver & L. Willnat (eds.), The Global Journalist in the 21st Century. Oxford, UK: Routledge.
George, C. (2011). “Internet Politics: Shouting Down the PAP”, pp. 145-160 in K. Y. L. Tan & T. Lee (eds.) Voting in Change: Politics of Singapore’s 2011 General Election. Singapore: Ethos Books.
George, C. (2011). “Alternative Media (Malaysia)”, pp. 20-24 in Downing, J. D. H. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Social Movement Media. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage.
George, C. (2010). “Control-Shift: The Internet and Political Change in Singapore”, in Chong, T. (ed.) Management of Success: Singapore Reassessed. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
George, C. (2009). “Networked Autocracy: Consolidating Singapore’s Political System”, in M. C. Anthony (ed.) Political Change, Democratic Transitions and Security in Southeast Asia.London and New York: Routledge.
George, C. (2009). “No News Here: Media In Subordination”, pp. 444-450 in B. Welsh, J. Chin, A. Mahizhnan & T. H. Tan (eds.) Impressions of the Goh Chok Tong Years in Singapore. Singapore: NUS Press.
George, C. (2008). “History Spiked: Hegemony and the Denial of Media Diversity”, pp. 269-285 in M. Barr & C. Trocki (eds.) Paths Not Taken: Political Pluralism in Post-War Singapore. Singapore: NUS Press.
George, C. (2008). “Framing the Fight Against Terror: Order versus Liberty in Singapore and Malaysia”, pp. 139-155 in K. Sen & T. Lee (eds.) Political Regimes and the Media in Asia. London & New York: Routledge.
George, C. (2007). “Singapore’s Emerging Informal Public Sphere”, pp. 93-104 in T. Tan (ed.) Singapore Perspectives 2007. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co.
George, C. (2006). “Asian Journalisms: Neglected Alternatives”, pp. 79-92 in X. Hao & S.K. Datta-Ray (eds.) Issues and Challenges in Asian Journalism. Singapore: Times Academic Press.
George, C. (2002). “Singapore: Media at the Mainstream and the Margins”, pp. 173-200 in Russell Heng (ed.), Media Fortunes, Changing Times: ASEAN States in Transition. Singapore: Institute of South East Asian Studies.
George, C. and H. Pillay (2000). “Media and Civil Society”, pp. 198-202 in G. Koh & G. L. Ooi (eds.) State-Society Relations in Singapore. Singapore: Oxford University Press.