Status of counseling professionals in the Singaporean social service sector
Mathew, M (2010). Singapore: Counselling & Care.
Book Chapters/Journal Articles:
Impact of Problem Gambling on Financial, Emotional and Social Well-being of Singaporean Families
Mathew, M & Volberg, R (2012). International Gambling Studies, forthcoming.
Book Review of Religion, Politics and Globalization
Mathew , M (2012). Journal of Contemporary Religion, 27, 2, 321-322.
Understanding religion and the nation state
Mathew, M (2011) South Asian Journal, 34, 68-78.
Understanding religious resurgence and its impact in secular societies
Mathew, M (2010). International Sociology, 25, 5, 1-13.
Book Review of Deliverance and Submission: Evangelical Women and the Negotiation of Patriarchy in South Korea
Mathew , M (2010). Asian Journal of Social Science, 38, 6, pp 961-963.
Accommodation relationships: the church and state in Singapore
Mathew, M (2009). In Francis Lim and Julius Bautista (ed) Christianity and the State in Asia. London: Routledge
Assessment and comparison of culturally based explanations for mental disorder among Singaporean Chinese youth
Mathew, M (2011). International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 57, 1, 3-17.
Christianity in Singapore: The Voice of Moral Conscience to the State
Mathew, M (2009). Journal of Contemporary Religion, 24,1, 53-65.
Treatment preferences among Singaporean students for depression and internet addiction: a comparison of religious affiliation
Mathew, M (2009). International Journal of Mental health and addiction (accepted).
Determinants of the need for homophily in referral criteria: the case of clergy referrals to mental health professionals in Singapore
Mathew, M (2009). Journal of Interprofessional Care, 24, 183-193.
Educational attainment and its relationship to Singaporean clergymen’s belief models about mental illness causation
Mathew, M (2009). Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health, 12:63–77.
Patriarchal Christianity in Asia and the challenge of feminist scholarship
Forthcoming In Abdul Rahman, Noor Aisha (ed) Religious Activism & Women's Development in Southeast Asia (working title) Singapore: RIMA.
Saving the city through good works: Christian social services in Singapore
Mathew, M (2008) In Lai A.E (ed). Religious diversity in Singapore. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
Negotiating Christianity and other religions: the view of Christian clergymen
Mathew, M (2008) In Lai Ah Eng (ed) Religious diversity in Singapore. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
Explanatory models for mental illness endorsed by Christian clergymen: The development and use of an instrument in Singapore
Mathew, M. (2007). Mental health, Religion & Culture, 11, 3, 287-300.
An Investigation of Singaporean clergy treatment models for mental problems
Mathew, M (2007). Journal of Religion and Health, 46, 4, 558-570.
The role of explanatory models and professional factors in clergy referral intentions to mental health professionals
Mathew, M (2011). Health Sociology Review, 20, 1 pp 41-57.
Speeches and Articles:
New machine needed, not new tools to boost fertility
Article by Mathew Mathews, The Straits Times, 24 January 2013
The case for more paternity leave
Article by Mathew Mathews, The Straits Times, 8 September 2012
Seeing xenophobia in context
Article by Mathew Mathews, The Straits Times, 5 September 2012
Economic growth versus higher fertility
Article by Mathew Mathews, The Straits Times, 19 June 2012
Dads, there’s more to life than work
Article by Mathew Mathews, Today, 17 July 2011
Levelling Singapore: Any Prospects?
Article by Mathew Mathews, IPS Update, November 2010
Religious Harmony in Tense Times
Article by Mathew Mathews, IPS Update, October 2010
Civil Society Benefits from Tolerant Beliefs
Commentary by Mathew, M, The Straits Times, 23 Aug 2009.
Psychosocial challenges of single Indian mothers and the effectiveness of targetted interventions
Mathew, M (2012) Commissioned report for Singapore Indian Development Association (SINDA)
Integration in the Singapore Heartlands
Presentation by Mathew Mathews at IPS Conference on Integration, Singapore, 21 May 2012
The effectiveness of counselling for an elderly population: eliciting strategies that work using a qualitative methodology
Mathew, M (2011) Commissioned report for Tsao Foundation
Perception of counselling services among an elderly population: understanding beliefs and barriers.
Mathew, M. (2011) Commissioned report for Tsao Foundation
"Submission brings power": A review of female subordination within conservative Christianity in Asia
Paper presented by Mathew Mathews at the Conference on Religious Activism & Women's Development in Southeast Asia: Highlighting Impediments, Exploring Opportunities. Centre for Research on Islamic and Malay Affairs 20-21 Nov 2009.
Saving the Lost at What Cost? Contemporary Christian Evangelism in Singapore
Paper presented by Mathew Mathews at the Asia Trends, Asia Research Institute, Singapore 20 May 2009.
Problematic drinking among Singaporean clubbers
Mathew, M. (2008). Commissioned report for the Social Responsibility Division, Asia Pacific Breweries, Singapore.
Psychotherapy, Biblical Counselling and Deliverance: Transformation in Soul Care in Singapore
Paper presented by Mathew Mathews at the Religious Research Association Annual Meeting, Louisville, KY, 17-19 Oct 2008.
Accommodating Church and State in Singapore
Paper presented by Mathew Mathews at the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Annual Meeting, Louisville, KY, 17-19 Oct 2008.
Who is most concerned about homophily as referral criteria: the case of Singaporean clergymen
Paper presented by Mathew Mathews at the American Sociological Association Conference New York City 10-14 Aug 2007.
Managing the sinful label: Gay Christianity in Singapore
Paper presented by Mathew Mathews at the Sacred in a Global City. Singapore: Asia Research Institute 17 March 2007.
Help seeking practice and intentions among post secondary students in Singapore
Mathew, M (2007) Report for the National Youth Council, Singapore.
Perception of professional competence among counselling professionals in Singapore
Paper presented by Mathew Mathews at the Counselling & psychotherapy: Evolving trends and challenges (Plenary session) 28-29 Oct 2006, Suntec City, Singapore.
Minorities in a Majority Setting: The case of minority clergymen in Singapore and West Malaysia
Paper presented by Mathew Mathews at the Economy and Society. UK: University of Nottingham 12 Sep 2001.