Andrew Duffy has been a lecturer at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information since 2004. He teaches courses in Public Affairs Reporting and Magazine Publishing, as well as being teacher-supervisor for The Nanyang Chronicle, the campus newspaper. he also runs annual Sojourn courses, for overseas travel-writing experience. He received his BA (Hons) and MA at St Edmund Hall, Oxford, and worked for 15 years in magazines and newspapers in the UK and Singapore.
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Asst Prof Andrew Duffy
Assistant Professor, Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information

Journalism in Singapore
Cross-cultural journalism education
Online journalism education
 
  • Social oil and social glue: Sharing news on smartphones as ritualised performances of self and community, and its impact on society.
 
  • Duffy, A. M. (2018). ‘I realised then how “Parisian” Egypt is’: Challenges and rewards of de-westernising travel journalism. Media, Culture & Society, .

  • A Duffy. (2017). Trusting me, trusting you: Evaluating three forms of trust on an information‐rich consumer review website. Journal of Consumer Behaviour , 16(3), 212-220.

  • Duffy, A., Tandoc, E. and Ling, R. (2017). Flows and Frankenstein Journalism. Information, Communication and Society, .

  • Duffy, A. M. (2017). ‘The locals are friendly!’ An empirical analysis of mobility and mooring in travel blogs. Information, Communication and Society, 20(3), 444-459.

  • Duffy, A. M. (2017). Frankenstein journalism. Information, Communication and Society, .