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Goh Tong Jee


 

 

 

 

 

 



Publications

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Ho, S. S., Goh, T. J., & Leung, Y. W. (2019, July). Scientists’ presumed influence of fake science news and their support for interventions to curb it. Paper presented at the 2019 International Association for Media and Communication Research, Madrid.
  • Ho, S. S., Looi, J. M., Goh, T. J., & Leung, Y. W. (2019, July). A comparison of media perceptions among researchers: Science versus Arts, Humanities, and Social Science (AHSS) researchers in Singapore. Paper presented at the 2019 International Association for Media and Communication Research, Madrid.
  • Goh, T. J. (2019, May). Predicting citizen engagement with nuclear energy using the cognitive mediation model. Paper presented at the Second Annual Environmental Communication Graduate Student Pre-conference by the 69th International Communication Association Conference, Washington D. C.
  • Goh, T. J. (2018, November). Past debates, fresh impact: An examination of the moderating effects of attitude toward GM food on the influence of presumed media influence on nano-enabled food. Paper presented at the 2nd Annual Workshop on Sustainable Nanotechnology by the NTU-Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health Initiative for Sustainable Nanotechnology, Boston.
  • Ho, S. S., Looi, J. M., & Goh, T. J. (2018, May). Scientists as public communicators: Exploring institutional- and individual-level barriers and motivations behind public communication behaviors. Paper presented at the 68th International Communication Association Conference, Prague, Czech Republic.


Working Publications

  • Ho, S. S., Goh, T. J., & Leung, Y. W. (2019). Let’s nab fake science news: Predicting scientists’ support for interventions using the influence of presumed media influence model. Paper submitted to Journalism.
  • Ho, S. S., Goh, T. J., & Leung, Y. W. (2019). Past debates, fresh impact: How pre-existing attitude toward genetically modified food moderates the indirect effects of presumed media influence on intention to consume nano-enabled food.
  • Ho, S. S., Looi, J. M., & Goh, T. J. (2019). Scientists as public communicators: Individual- and institutional-level motivations and barriers for public communication in Singapore. Paper submitted to the Asian Journal of Communication.
  • Ho, S. S., Leung, Y. W., & Goh, T. J. (2019). Exploring the impact of personal attributes and external factors on scientists’ willingness to carry out three types of public engagement behaviors.
  • Ho, S. S., Looi, J. M., Leung, Y. W., & Goh, T. J. (2019). Public engagement by STEM and non-STEM researchers in Singapore: A qualitative comparison of macro- and meso-level concerns. Paper submitted to the Public Understanding of Science.


Special Project

  • Public Perception of Nano-Enabled Food 2017 to present. An NTU-Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health joint project under the Initiative for Sustainable Nanotechnology