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Alviar-Martin, T.& Baildon, M. C. (2017). Deliberating values for global citizenship: A study of Hong Kong's Liberal Studies and Singapore's Social Studies curricula. S. Choo, D. Sawch, A. Villanueva, & R. Vinz (Eds.), Education for the 21st century: Perspectives, policies, and practices from around the world(pp. 73-92). New York: Springer.
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Ho, L.C., Alviar-Martin, T., & Leviste, E. (2014). “There is Space, and There are Limits”: The Challenge of Teaching Controversial Topics in an Illiberal Democracy. Teachers College Record, 116 (5), 1-28.  
Saito, E., Alviar-Martin, T., & Khong T. D. H. (2014). How can we teach the old foe’s wounds? Analysis of descriptions of the Japanese occupation and the atomic bombs in Vietnamese and Singaporean textbooks. In Baildon, M., Loh, K.S., Lim, I. M., İnanç, G., & Jaffar, J. (Eds.), Controversial history education: History textbook controversies and teaching historical controversy in Asian contexts (pp. 75-91). New York: Routledge.       
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Alviar-Martin, T. Ho, L.C., Sim, J. B.-Y., & Yap, P.S. (2012). The ecologies of civic competence: Student and teacher perceptions from one Singapore school. Asia-Pacific Journal of Education, 32(4), 473-88.
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Alviar-Martin, T., Randall, J., Usher, E.L. & Engelhard, G. (2008). Teaching civic topics in four societies: Examining national context and teacher confidence. The Journal of Educational Research.101, 3, 177-188. 
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