Academic Profile

Academic Profile

Asst Prof Andrew Michael Duffy

Assistant Professor, Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information

Asst Prof Andrew Michael Duffy

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.
Research Interests
Journalism in Singapore
Cross-cultural journalism education
Online journalism education
Current Projects
  • Diffusion of News in an Age of Personal and Portable Interactive Devices
  • From Print to Digital: Re-Defining Narrativity for Interactive Digital Media
  • Social oil and social glue: Sharing news on smartphones as ritualised performances of self and community, and its impact on society.
  • Towards a cluster effect: Coverage of the Arts in Singapore's print media
Selected Publications
  • 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, .

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