Dr. Carol Soon, Institute of Policy Studies

Dr. Carol Soon, Institute of Policy Studies

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28 August 2023
Morning Shot: Presidential Election Special - An analysis of the candidates' public engagement
Singaporeans will be heading to the polls to elect Singapore’s next President come September 1st. And we’re currently at the mid-way point of the hustings - as each candidate seeks to win the hearts and minds of voters through their campaign.
On Morning Shot, Dr Carol Soon, Principal Research Fellow at the Institute of Policy Studies analyses the candidates' public engagement strategies.
Presented by: Ryan Huang
This podcast is produced and edited by Yeo Kai Ting (ykaiting@sph.com.sg)

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1 March 2023
Morning Shot: Digital-First, but not Digital-Only?
Singapore is ramping up efforts to grow its tech talent to meet the demands of a fast-growing digital economy. But has there been enough consideration to ensure no one gets left behind?
Carol Soon, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Policy Studies and Vice-Chair of the Media Literacy Council weighs in on how better our little red dot can navigate the digital era.

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7 July 2020
Social media’s role in GE2020
According to a survey by the Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) on Internet and media use during GE2015, it was suggested that candidates' Facebook posts and Instagram photos may have been key talking points during the recent general election, but social media did not play such a decisive role. Carol Soon, Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Policy Studies, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore shares how social media and the internet will play a bigger role in this year's election.

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