Kenneth C. Ho

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We were involved as forensic experts in the case of the serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer. We discuss the scene and victim autopsy findings, with a brief consideration of the basic emotion of hostility. These findings support the thesis that at the basis of this serial killer's behavior were primary unconscious feelings of hate that he had channeled into a(More)
Much attention has been focused on Singapore's attempt to use information technology to build a knowledge-based economy. This paper examines the implications of the unintended consequences of the Internet in the restructuring of state and society relations in Singapore. We use the data on Singapore-based and Singapore-related websites to show (a) the(More)
Before the Internet revolution of the 1990s, telecommunications have already been noted as an important enabling technology in supporting a wide variety of organizational activities (e.g. Keen, 1987). The central importance of information and communications in banking has meant that banking and various financial services have had a strong traditional(More)
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