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Tan, Mabel and Peng Hwa Ang. (2014). Fine-Tuning the Competition: The Case of Singapore's Cross-Carriage Rule in Ending Content ExclusivityPolicy and Marketing Strategies for Digital Media. (pp. 154-169).

Poorisat, T. & Chib, A. (2013). Internet as a sex education tool: A case study of an online Thai discussion boardStrategic health communication in urban contexts. (pp. 199-210).

Chib, A. & Aricat, R. (2012). Seeking the non-developmental within the developmental: Mobile phones in the globalized migration context. In R. Parker & R. P. Appelbaum (Eds.) Emerging Economies, Emerging Technologies: Can Technology Make a Difference in Development? (pp.153-167). New York: Routledge.
 
Chib, A., Komathi, A.L.E, & Lim, M-A.(2012). Multi-stakeholder perspectives influencing policy-research-practice. In A. Chib & R. Harris, Linking research to practice: Strengthening ICT for development research capacity in Asia. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
 
Harris. A, & Chib, A. (2012). Finding a path to Influencing policy. In A. Chib & R. Harris, Linking research to practice: Strengthening ICT for development research capacity in Asia. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
 
Harris. A, & Chib, A. (2012). Perspectives on ICTD research and practice. In A. Chib & R. Harris, Linking research to practice: Strengthening ICT for development research capacity in Asia. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
 
Iqbal, T., Lim, Y., & Chib, A. (2012). Managing the SIRCA programme. In A. Chib & R. Harris, Linking research to practice: Strengthening ICT for development research capacity in Asia. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.


Chen, Xiaoyan and Peng Hwa Ang. (2011). Internet Police in China: Scope, Regulation and Myth. In David Herold and Peter Wolfgang Marolt (eds.) Online Society in China: Creating, Celebrating, and Instrumentalising the Online Carnival. Routledge: London and New York.
 
Chib, A. (2011). Promoting sexual health education via gaming: Evidence from the barrios of Lima, Peru. In Felicia, P. (Ed.) Handbook of Research on Improving Learning and Motivation through Educational Games: Multidisciplinary Approaches (pp. 895-912). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. (Peer-reviewed)

Chib, A., Baghudana, A., & Kasdani, S. (2010). Rebuilding Bukit Lawang: The role of ICTs for sustainable development in a post-disaster Indonesian village. In D. S. Miller & J. D. Rivera (Eds.) Community disaster recovery and resiliency: Exploring global opportunities and challenges (pp. 223-247). Boca Raton, FL: Taylor and Francis.

Ang, Peng Hwa. (2009). Medien in Singapur. (Translation into German from “Media in Singapore”.) In Internationales Handbuch Medien, (International Media Handbook: Press, Audiovisual Media and Online Services in Europe and throughout the World.) Baden-Baden, Germany: Hans Bredow Institut and Nomos Verlaggesellschaft.
 
Chib, A., Komathi, Ale, Howe, H.H., & Lee, J.Y.W. (2009). Why Not. Empowering athletes with disabilities through increasing social athletic identity. In I. Banerjee & S. R. Muppidi (Eds.), Changing media, changing societies: Media and the Millennium Development Goals (pp. 191- 207). Singapore: Asian Media Information and Communication Centre.
 
Chib, A. & Zhao, J. (2009). Sustainability of ICT interventions: Lessons from rural projects in China and India. In L. Harter &M. J. Dutta (Eds.), Communicating for Social Impact: Engaging Communication Theory, Research, and Pedagogy. ICA 2008 Conference Theme Book. Hampton Press.

Ang, Peng Hwa. (2008). International Regulation of Internet Content: Possibilities and Limits. In William Drake and Ernest Wilson (eds.) Governing Global Electronic Networks: International Perspectives on Policy and Power. Boston: MIT Press. 305-330.
 
Lee, S. & Chib, A. (2008). Wireless initiatives for connecting rural areas: Developing a framework. In N.Carpentier & B. De Cleen (Eds.). Participation and media production. Critical reflections on content creation. ICA 2007 Conference Theme Book. Newcastle, UK: Cambridqe Scholars Publishing.
 
Ang, Peng Hwa. (2007). The Cultural Consequences of Printing and the Internet. In Baron, S.A., Lindquist, E.N, Shevlin, E.F. (Eds.). Agent of Change: Print Culture Studies after Elizabeth L. Eisenstein. University of Massachusetts Press.
 
Ang, Peng Hwa. (2007). The UN and Internet Governance: Fears, Hopes and Possibilities. In Mia Consalvo and Caroline Haythornwaite Internet Research Annual: Selected Papers from the Association of InternetResearchers Conference, 2005, Volume 4. 17-25. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
 
Ang, Peng Hwa. (2007). Framework for Regulating the Internet. In Indrajit Banerjee, (Ed.) The Internet and Governance in Asia: A Critical Reader. Singapore: AMIC.
 
Dewar, Jim and Peng Hwa Ang. (2007). The Cultural Consequences of Printing and the Internet. In Sabrina A. Baron, Eric Lindquist, and Eleanor Shevlin (eds.) Agent of Change: Print Culture Studies and the Legacy of Eisenstein. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press. 365-377.
 
Ang, Peng Hwa. (2006). E-Regulation in Asia: The Internet and a Freer Asia. In Jens Hoff (Comp.) Internet, Governance and Democracy: Democratic Transitions from Asian and European Perspectives. Nordic Institute of Asian Studies. NIAS Press. 65-70.

Ang, Peng Hwa. (2005). Self-Regulation of the Internet After ICANN. In William Drake (Ed.) Reforming Internet Governance: Perspectives from the Working Group on Internet Governance. UN ICT TaskForce Series 12. Secretariat of the UN ICT Task Force, Secretariat of the WGIG: Geneva.
 
Ang, P.H. (2005) The Legacy of the Working Group on Internet Governance. Internet Governance: Asian Perspectives. India, UNDP-APDIP, pp9-18.
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