Book Chapters

  1. Leong, C.H. (under review). What egalitarianism means to individuals from unequal societies. In Lily Arasaratnam-Smith (Ed.), Communicating in Intercultural Spaces. Routledge.

  2. Leong, C.H., & Ang, A.Y.T. (accepted). Data management and analysis in the social service sector. In S. Vasoo, B. Singh, and S. Chokkanathan (ed.) Singapore Ageing: Issues and Challenges Ahead. Singapore: World Scientific.

  3. Sengstschmid, U., & Leong, C.H. (accepted). How Power Distance Shapes Social and Employment Protections in Asian Societies. In J. Wood, J. Ramsay, K. Thirumaran, & E. Ng (Ed.), Managing People Across Asia-Pacific: An Organizational Psychology Approach, Edward Elger Publishing.

  4. Leong, C.H. (2022). Singapore in 2021: Navigating through domestic and global crises. Southeast Asian Affairs. 309-323. ISBN: 9789814951180

  5. Yan, Y., Chin, W.C.B., Leong, C.H., Wang, Y.-C., & Feng, C.-C. (2021). Emotional Responses through COVID-19 in Singapore. In Shaw, S.L., & Sui, D. (Ed.), Mapping COVID-19 in Space and Time: Understanding the Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of a Global Pandemic, pp. 61-79. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-72808-3_5

  6. Leong, C.H., Chin, W.C.B., Feng, C.-C., & Wang, Y.-C. (2021). A Socio-ecological Perspective on COVID-19 Spatiotemporal Integrated Vulnerability in Singapore. In Shaw, S.L., & Sui, D. (Ed.), Mapping COVID-19 in Space and Time: Understanding the Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of a Global Pandemic, pp. 81-111. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-72808-3_6

  7. Leong, C.H. & Yap, Y. (2020). Geographic Segregation in Singapore: The Emerging Schism in Our Social Contour. In Chong, T. (Ed), Navigating Differences: Integration in Singapore, pp. 231-247. Singapore: ISEAS (ISBN 13: 9789814881265 ISBN 10: 9814881260)

  8. Leong, C.H., Teng, E., & Ko, W. (2020). The State of Ethnic Congregation in Singapore Today. In Leong C.H., & Malone-Lee L.C. (Ed.), Building Resilient Neighbourhoods: The Convergence of Policies, Research, and Practice, pp. 29-49, Singapore: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-7048-9_3

  9. Lim, V., & Leong, C.H. (2019). Gender differences of working youths’ attitudes towards marriage and work. YOUTH.sg: The state of youth in Singapore 2017, pp. 124-138. National Youth Council. (ISBN 13: 9789811148651)

  10. Leong, C.H. (2019). Re-imagining National Service in the Era of Hyperculturalism. In Ho, S.H., & Ong-Webb, G., (Ed.) National Service in Singapore, pp. 155-172. Singapore: World Scientific. https://doi.org/10.1142/9789813149229_0007

  11. Teng, E. & Leong, C.H. (2017). Localised differences in the conception of cultural and economic security: Examining the multiculturalism hypothesis in Singapore. E-book of the 2016 Congress of International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology.

  12. Komisarof, A., & Leong, C.H. (2016). Acculturation in East and Southeast Asia. In Sam, D.L., and Berry, J.W. (2nd Ed.) Cambridge Handbook of Acculturation Psychology, pp. 248-271. Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781316219218.016

  13. Leong, C.H., Yang, W.W., & Hong, J. (2016). National Service: The Holy Grail in the Management of Social Diversity. In Mathews, M., & Chiang, W.F., (Ed.). Managing the Singapore Identity amidst Diversity, pp. 299-328. London: Imperial College Press. (ISBN 13: 9781783269556)

  14. Leong, C.H., Choo, M., Ho, E., Lim, V., Seah, P., & Yang, W.W. (2016). Study on the Perceptions of Singapore’s History. In Soon, C., and Hoe, S.F. (Ed.) Singapore Perspectives 2015: Choices, pp. 153-187. World Scientific: Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1142/9789814696845_0008

  15. Leong, C.H. & Yang, W.W. (2015). Social Markers of Integration: What Matters Most to Singaporeans? In M.T. Yap, & G. Koh (Ed.), Integration of Immigrants in Singapore, pp. 39-64. Singapore: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315794822

  16. Leong, C.H. (2015). Whither Integration? Managing the Politics of Identity and Social Inclusion. In N. Vasu, S.Y. Yeap, W.L. Chan, (Ed) Beyond Economics: Immigration’s Impact on Singapore, pp. 147-173. Amsterdam University Press. https://doi.org/10.2307/j.ctt130h8hr.10

  17. Leong, C.H., Rueppel, P., & Hong, D. (2014). Managing immigration and integration in Singapore. In Migration and Integration: Common Challenges and Response from Europe and Asia (Ed), pp.51-72. Konrad Adenauer Stiftung. (ISBN 13: 9789810789374 ISBN 10: 9810789378)

  18. Ward, C., Tibor, A., & Leong, C.H. (2013). Immigration Issues, Challenges and Policy: A View from New Zealand. In E. Tartakovsky (Ed.) Immigration: Policies, Challenges and Impact, pp.157-177, Nova Science. (ISBN 13: 9781624170300, ISBN 10: 1624170307)

  19. Leong, C.H. (2013). The Socio-psychological Profile of Prospective Emigrants: Singaporeans leaving Singapore. In E. Tartakovsky (Ed.) Immigration: Policies, Challenges and Impact, pp. 29-49, Nova Science. (ISBN 13: 9781624170300, ISBN 10: 1624170307)

  20. Leong, C.H. & Lin, W. (2010). “Show me the money!” Construct and predictive validation of the Intercultural Business Corruptibility Scale (IBCS). In C.H. Leong & J.W. Berry’s (Ed.) Intercultural Relations in Asia: Migration and Work Effectiveness, 151-176. World Scientific: Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1142/9789812837875_0007

  21. Leong, C.H. (2007). Quitters and Stayers: The Singapore dilemma to nurturing culturally competent individuals and the need for national rootedness. In Youthscope (Ed.) National Youth Council Annual Research Publication, pp. 04-19. https://doi.org/10.13140/2.1.4899.5200

  22. Leong, C.H. (2007). Ethnic identity and generation status as moderators of depressive symptomatology and identity conflict in Chinese Australians. In A. Bernardo (Ed.) Progress in Asian Social Psychology (Vol. 5): Theoretical and Empirical Contributions, pp. 281-305 . Seoul: Kyoyook-Kwahak-Sa.

  23. Ward, C. & Leong, C.H. (2006). Intercultural relations in plural societies: Theory, research and applications. In D. Sam, & J. Berry (Ed.) Cambridge Handbook of Acculturation Psychology, pp. 484-503. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9780511489891.035

  24. Ward, C., & Leong, C.H. (2005). Chinese sojourners, Chinese hosts: A study of cultural identity and perceived discrimination in international students in Singapore. In Y. Kashima, Y. Endo, E. S. Kashima, C. Leung, & J. McClure (Eds.), Progress in Asian Social Psychology (Vol.4): Theoretical and Empirical Contributions, pp.125-138. Seoul: Kyoyook-Kwahak-Sa.

  25. Leong, C.H. & Ward, C. (1999). The effects of enhancing and effacing attributions for success and failure on Chinese person perceptions in self and group referent conditions. In T. Sugiman, M. Karasawa, J. Liu, & Ward (Eds.), Progress in Asian Social Psychology (Vol. 2): Theoretical and Empirical Contributions, pp. 75-85, Seoul: Kyoyook-Kwahak-Sa.