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Cultivating a 'We'

Thursday, February 01, 2018

Looking at these three words, “Happy New Year”, I wondered aloud to myself - there isn’t much to celebrate about in 2018. Going back to school simply means taking on a heavy load of responsibilities and trying to come to terms with my perpetual anxiety and nervousness. I hate dealing with expectations and the worst ones are usually self-imposed....

Do you ever wonder what is real around us?

Thursday, January 25, 2018

Every tangible item encompasses a meaning that is shared among people who interact with it. Immaterial reality is borne out of the tangible reality. The ideas, thoughts and feelings associated with each item affects its value and the value of an item can be different in different time, place and to different groups of people.

It is fascinating to think about how a function or item can have different values, which could be measured in terms of monetary value and in terms of how valuable people deem it to be.......

Housing for all- A reality?

Monday, June 12, 2017

Housing is a basic right and necessity for all. However, the reality is that not all groups of the society have equal access and to housing in Singapore. Single-parent families - a small but growing, and nonetheless important group in the society, face several difficulties in obtaining a house. They are excluded from housing benefits by virtue of their marital status and family structure. Yet, their needs and narratives matter too and they should not be written out of our housing policies.........

Afterthoughts of Kampung Spirit

Often held up as a prime model where Singaporeans can explore the last vestiges of Kampung Spirit, Pulau Ubin contains a trove of memories that many older Singaporeans can still identify with, invoking in them a sense of NOSTALGIA. Yet, the same can't be said for the new millennials who did not experience what it was like living in villages prior to the construction of HDB flats when infrastructures and amenities - which we now regard as essential - were sorely lacking.........

How do you consider Race?

Monday, May 08, 2017

Singapore is often known as a rojak, with people of different races, ethnicities, religions and cultures coming together to live on the little red dot. This is further emphasized with the incoming of foreigners to contribute to employment. With such a variety of differences, intergroup tensions may occur, such as xenophobic feelings being invoked......

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NUS Sociology Society's Field Trip!

Sunday, March 04, 2018

Hi all! In collaboration with the Social Innovation Wing from College of Alice and Peter Tan, we will be bringing you our latest field trip!


We will be heading down to Wellness Kampung Chong Pang, a wellness centre run mainly by residents that aim to give people of all ages a chance to adopt healthier lifestyles through health intervention programmes and social activities.

If you're interested to signup, do check it out by clicking on read more!

NUS Sociology Camp 2018 Organising Committee Recruitment!

Wednesday, January 01, 2020

Hi everyone! NUS Sociology Society will be holding our annual camp for the incoming FASS freshmen/women  in July and we would like you to be part of this experience! We are currently recruiting members for our organising committee to help us plan and execute this wonderful and awesome camp :) Do click on read more for more details! 


"Deconstruction insists not that truth is illusory but that it is institutional" - Terry Eagleton

Vote for your Favourite T-shirt Designs!

Wednesday, January 01, 2020

Submissions have come to a close and voting has begun! Click on read more to find out how you can vote for your favourite t-shirt designs!

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