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6.1 Literature Review

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6.2 Research Participants

STUDENTS

Local

1. Neville Hew

2. Jeremy Wong

3. Faiza Binte Misran

4. Lim Wency

5. Judith Lee

6. Reza Bin Nooresani

7. Shazwani Binte Abd Latiff

8.Germaine Chen

9. Michael Kurniawan Santosa

10. Kelyn Lau

11. Neo Hui Lynn

12.Joshua Wang

13. Ezra Tadeo Adhitya

14. Siti Khadija Binte Khalid

15. Tan Yi Boon

16. Barbara Ng

17. Anthony Lee

18. Melanie Yong

19. Jacqueline Chen

20. Aerin Riangkruar

21. Lax Chee

22. Callison Neo

23. Aung Shwe Oo

24. Anson Cheng

 

Foreign

1. Cole Lyman

2. Matthew Rosenbach

PROFESSIONALS

Local

1. K.K Ong

2. Lim Cai Ling

3. Terry Lee

4. Rod Mackenzie

5. Tomy Wong

6. Yasser Suratman

7. Mark De Winne

8. Adib Jalal

9. Kelley Cheng

10. Edwin Tan

 

Foreign

1. Douwe Van der werf

2. Jason Early

 

LECTURERS

1. Tan Khee Soon

2. Shannon Sim

3. Noor Azhar

4. Tan Ngeup Khun

5. Chow Chee Yong

 

6.3 Acknowledgements

I’d like to thank the following for their support and guidance in the preparation of this research paper: my advisor Stanley Lim, Joselyn Sim, my friends Aravind Menon, Yong Wenqi, Callison Neo as well as all research participants. Needless to say, this paper wouldn’t be possible without your help!

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