Academic Profile : Faculty

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Assoc Prof Sulfikar Amir
Acting Director, NTU Institute of Science and Technology for Humanity (NISTH)
Associate Professor, School of Social Sciences
Associate Professor, School of Art, Design and Media (Courtesy Appointment)
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Journal Articles
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Hidayana, I., Amir, S., Pelupessy, D.C. and Rahvenia, Z., 2022. Using a health belief model to assess COVID-19 vaccine intention and hesitancy in Jakarta, Indonesia. PLOS Global Public Health, 2(10), p.e0000934.

Tantri, F. and Amir, S., 2022. Optimizing Response Strategies of Healthcare System in a Large-scale Disaster. Journal of Safety Science and Resilience, 3(4), pp.288-301.

Amir, S., Sadoway, D. and Dommaraju, P., 2021. Taming the Noise: Soundscape and Livability in a Technocratic City-State. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal, pp.1-17.

Teo, B. and Amir, S., 2021. Contesting Relations of Definition: Climate Risk and Subpolitics in Singapore. Environmental Sociology, pp.1-14.

Sovacool, B.K., Hess, D.J., Amir, S., Geels, F.W., Hirsh, R., Medina, L.R., Miller, C., Palavicino, C.A., Phadke, R., Ryghaug, M. and Schot, J. (2020). Sociotechnical agendas: Reviewing future directions for energy and climate research.. Energy Research & Social Science, 70, 101617.

Fredy Tantri and Sulfikar Amir. (2019). Modeling a Simulation for Sociotechnical Resilience. Complexity, 2019,

Shi Lin Loh and Sulfikar Amir. (2019). Healing Fukushima: Radiation hazards and disaster medicine in post-3.11 Japan. Social Studies of Science, 49(3), 333-354.

Justyna Tasic, Sulfikar Amir, Jethro Tan, Majeed Khader. (2019). A Multilevel Framework to Enhance Organizational Resilience. Journal of Risk Research, ,

Tasic, J.*, Tantri, F*. and Amir, S.,. (2019). Modelling Multilevel Interdependencies for Resilience in Complex Organisation. Complexity, ,
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staff as info will be
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Amir, S. (2018). The Sociotechnical Constitution of Resilience: A New Perspective on Governing Risk and Disaster. Londong: Palgrave Macmillan.

Amir, S. (2012). The technological state in Indonesia: The co-constitution of high technology and authoritarian politics. Routledge.
Book Chapters
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Amir, S (2022) Hidden Vulnerability and Inequality: The COVID-19 Pandemic in Singapore. in The Long Year: A 2020 Reader edited by Thomas J. Sugrue and Caitlin Zaloom. New York: Columbia University Press

Amir, S. (2018). Introduction: Resilience as sociotechnical construct. In The Sociotechnical Constitution of Resilience (pp. 1-16). Palgrave Macmillan, Singapore.

Hess, D. J., Amir, S., Frickel, S., Kleinman, D. L., Moore, K., & Williams, L. D. (2016). 11. Structural Inequality and the Politics of Science and Technology. The Handbook of science and technology studies, 319-47.

Amir, S. (2014). Risk state: nuclear politics in an age of ignorance. In Routledge Handbook of Science, Technology, and Society (pp. 314-328). Routledge.

Amir, S. (2010). Chapter Four. A Message From Ashabirin: High Technology And Political Islam In Indonesia. In Mediating Piety (pp. 71-89). Brill.
Other Research Outputs/Projects
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Abdullah, A., Amin, S., Amir, S., Anwar, N. H., Campbell, K., Nandatama, Y. H., ... & Wasiah, N. (2022). Extreme Heat and COVID-19: The Impact on the Urban Poor in Asia and Africa.

Shumake-Guillemot, J., Amir, S., Anwar, N., Arrighi, J., Böse-O’Reilly, S., Brearley, M., ... & Zaitchik, B. (2020). Protecting health from hot weather during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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