Research Projects and Publications in CUHK- Social Work

Research Projects


  • Case Management of Community Long-Term Care Services in Hong Kong – A Qualitative Exploration

  • LOU V. W. Q.
    2 January 2008
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    In response to the estimated rapid population aging in Hong Kong and to achieve the policy objective of ‘aging in place’, community-based services for frail elders have been re-structured in Hong Kong since 2003. Non-profit organizations (NGOs) were subsidized by the government to provide services to satisfy the personal and social care needs of frail elders so that they could stay in the community. This study aims to investigate the characteristics of case management adopted by individually based community long-term care services (e.g., IHCST and EHCCS) in Hong Kong. Detailed objectives include: 1) to examine the key characteristics of case management adopted by IHCST and EHCCS; 2) to explore whether or not there are unique features of case management adopted by IHCST and EHCCS; and 3) to consolidate good practices of case management that strengthen core elements of community long-term care services by IHCSS and EHCCS. The results of proposed study could provide practical and policy implications on key features of case management that are effective in helping frail elders in the community. (SS07803)



  • Citizenship and Social Development in Post- Colonial Hong Kong

  • CHAU Kin Lam Kenneth, PUN Shuk Han (Dept of Psychology), WONG Chack Kie
    1 November 2000
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    Recent economic and constitutional crises have reminded Hong Kong people of their vulnerabilitiesthe weaknesses of Hong Kong as a player in the global economy and the barriers in her integration with China. This poses a threat to her social and economic development. The identity as Hongkongese - some sense of "citizenship" that used to be the basis of solidarity for Hong Kong people to tackle various crises during the colonial period, seems no longer applicable in understanding diverse and conflicting public reactions to those recent crises. This study aims to provide a deeper understanding about the concept of citizenship as an engineering tool for social development and help develop a reflective "civic professionalism" for human service in Hong Kong. Given the job nature and professional status of human service professional, like teachers and social workers, they should be able to help engender a "positive citizenship" within the general public. Firstly, the study will examine how Hong Kong people conceptualize citizenship rights and duties in relation to the power and capability of the government for social development through a household survey. Then, based on a participatory action approach, it will guide the professionals through focus-group discussions to explore new practice strategies by identifying the gaps in the knowledge and expectations between practitioners and clients given the findings from the survey. Lastly, workshops will be conducted for the professionals to evaluate, refine and disseminate these new strategies. (CU00351)



  • Comparative Studies on Economic Development and Women’s Family Status in Chinese Societies - Hong Kong Study

  • LAU Yuk King, MA Lai Chong, CHAN Ying Keung (Dept of Sociology)
    1 November 2001
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    To inform the social work practice with women in Hong Kong, the study aims to study the relationship of economic development and family status of women in Hong Kong. It examines the family structures in Hong Kong and the possible different situations of women in relation to the different family structures. Measuring the family structure also helps to illuminate the extent of the traditional patriarchal values persists in Hong Kong Chinese families. Another focus of the study is exploring the interplay of different cultural and structural factors, which associate with different employment patterns of women in Hong Kong, as well as the relationship of the employment patterns with women.s well being in terms of their family status. (SS01866)



  • Consultancy Study on the Promotion of Parent Education for Economically Disadvantaged and Hard-to-Reach Families in Hong Kong

  • LAM Ching Man, TAM Wai Ming Frank (Educational Administration & Policy), LEUNG Tse Fong Terry
    1 March 2006
    Commission on Poverty, HKSAR

    The study explores policies for supporting economically disadvantaged and hard-to-reach families in Hong Kong. Given the crucial role of family and parenting in child development, it is important to ensure that policies for tackling poverty should take the special circumstances of economically disadvantaged families into consideration. The objectives of the study are: (1) to review on how parent education is conducted in Hong Kong by schools, government clinics, and social services agencies, with a focus on economically disadvantaged and hard-to-reach families; (2) to identify the needs of hard-to-reach parents with offspring from 0 to 15 years of age for parent education; (3) to make recommendations, based on the findings of the study, on the possible ways to support the parents in performance of their parenting role, and the contents, modes of delivery, structure of parent education for economically disadvantaged and hard-to-reach parents. (SS05306)



  • Cough Medicine Abuse among Young People in Hong Kong

  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel, NGAI Sek Yum, LAM Ching Man
    1 February 2004
    Tung Wah Group of Hospitals

    A survey of the literature shows that there is a severe lack of validated Chinese measures of parent-adolescent communication in Hong Kong. There are two objectives of this project. The first objective of the project is to develop two measures of parent-adolescent communication, including: 1) a measure of specific parent-adolescent communication on seven process dimensions (frequency, initiation, recognition, self-disclosure, domination, emotional responses, and evaluation) over theoretically and empirically derived content areas (including academic achievement, peer relations, family issues and proper behavior); 2) a measure that attempts to assess the global qualities of parent-adolescent communication, such as empathy and trust in communication. The second objective of the project is to validate the two measures developed in this study. Two studies will be carried out to validate the measures developed. First, a known group comparison method will be carried out to examine the discriminant validity of the measures. Second, a test-retest reliability study will be carried out to examine the validity and reliability of the developed measures. The validated tools can help clinical practitioners to assess parent-adolescent communication in practice settings. Researchers can also use the developed tools to examine profiles of parent-adolescent communication in families with adolescents in Hong Kong. (SS03355)



  • ’CUHK’ Hong Kong Quality of Life Index - Socio-Cultural Sub-Index

  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel, LEE Paul Siu Nam (School of Journalism and Communication)
    1 May 2006
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    The CUHK Hong Kong Quality of Life Index, which aims to assess and monitor the quality of life in Hong Kong, is a composite index incorporating both objective and subjective measure. This index, developed by the Faculty of Social Science of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, employs data collected in representative sample surveys and official statistics. A wide range of life domains is covered and the year 2002 is taken as the base year of the study. Index scores demonstrate that in general the quality of life in Hong Kong has improved slightly in 2003 and more markedly in 2004. Scores of the composite index and the three sub-indices on sectorial performance are somewhat higher than those of the previous years. It is noteworthy that Hong Kong has made noticeable progress and performs as well as many economically advanced societies in certain life domains. Yet, the well-being of the people relies on further improvement in others. As part of the CUHK Hong Kong Quality of Life Index, the Socio-Cultural Sub-index consists of indicators measuring different aspects of people.s daily life, including mortality rate, life expectancy at birth, public expenditure on health as a proportion of the GDP, notification rate of notifiable infectious disease, stress index, general life satisfaction index, press freedom index, press criticism index, government performance index and overall crime rate. (SS05996)



  • ‘CUHK’ Hong Kong Quality of Life Index – Socio-Cultural Sub-Index

  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel, LEE Paul Siu Nam (School of Journalism and Communication)
    1 May 2007
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    The CUHK Hong Kong Quality of Life Index, which aims to assess and monitor the quality of life in Hong Kong, is a composite index incorporating both objective and subjective measure. This index, developed by the Faculty of Social Science of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, employs data collected in representative sample surveys and official statistics. A wide range of life domains is covered and the year 2002 is taken as the base year to the study. Index scores demonstrate that in general the quality of life in Hong Kong has improved slightly in 2003 and more markedly in 2004. Scores of the composite index and the three sub-indices on sectorial performance are somewhat higher than those of the previous years. It is noteworthy that Hong Kong has made noticeable progress and performs as well as many economically advanced societies in certain life domains. Yet, the well-being of the people relies on further improvement in others. As part of the CUHK Hong Kong Quality of Life Index, the Economic Sub-index consists of indicators measuring the economic conditions of Hong Kong, including housing affordability ratio, rental index, unemployment rate, index of current economic conditions, real wage index, public expenditure on education as a proportion of the GDP and age participation rate for first-degree programmes and postgraduate programmes in local universities. (SS06828)



  • ‘CUHK’ Hong Kong Quality of Life Index – Socio-Cultural Sub-Index

  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel, LEE Paul Siu Nam (School of Journalism and Communication), MAK Wing Sze Winnie (Psychology), TING Kwok Fai (Sociology), MA Ngok (Government & Public Administration)
    1 May 2008
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    The CUHK Hong Kong Quality of Life Index, which aims to assess and monitor the quality of life in Hong Kong, is a composite index incorporating both objective and subjective measure. This index, developed by the Faculty of Social Science of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, employs data collected in representative sample survey and official statistics. A wide range of life domains is covered and the year 2002 is taken as the base year of study. Index scores over the last four years demonstrate that in general the quality of life in Hong Kong has improved continuously since 2003. Generally, scores of the composite index and the three sub-indices on sectorial performance are somewhat higher than those of the previous years. It is noteworthy that Hong Kong has made noticeable progress and performs as well as many economically advanced societies in certain life domains. Yet, the well-begin of the people relies on further improvement in others.
    As part of the CUHK Hong Kong Quality of Life Index, The socio-cultural sub-index consists of indicators relating to different disciplines of study. For example, mortality rate and notification rate of notifiable infectious disease measure the aspect of physical health. Stress index and general life satisfaction measure psychological well-being of Hong Kong people. Press freedom and press criticism indices reflect the cultural and media aspects of Hong Kong society. As for government performance index and overall crime rate, they reveal the political and judicial aspects in Hong Kong. (SS07863)



  • Development and Evaluation of Positive Youth Development Programs in Hong Kong

  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel, LAU Siu Ying Patrick (Educational Psychology), CHENG Howard*, Ma Hing Keung*, Lee Tat Yan*, Sandra Tsang*, Yuen Man Tak*
    2 January 2005
    The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust

    This project attempts to develop positive youth development programs for Secondary 1 and Secondary 3 students in Hong Kong. There are several components of the research: 1) development of positive youth development programs in Hong Kong; 2) training of program implementers (including teachers and social workers); 3) implementation of the program; 4) on-going and comprehensive evaluation of the program; and 5) long-term evaluation of the program. (SS04973)



  • Development and Evaluation of Positive Youth Development Programs in Hong Kong (Phase II)

  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel, LAM Ching Man, LAU Siu Ying Patrick (Educational Psychology), SUN Chui Fun, Hing Keung MA*, LEE Tak Yan*, TSANG Sandra*, HUI Eadaoin*, SIU Andrew*
    1 January 2005
    The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust

    This project attempts to develop positive youth development programs for Secondary 1 and Secondary 3 students in Hong Kong. The additional components of the project as: 1) implementation of the project; 2) meta-analyses of the research findings; 3) translation of the curricula; and 4) dissemination of the research findings. (SS04748)



  • Development and Validation of Measures of Parent-adolescent Communication in Hong Kong

  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel, LAM Ching Man, LEE Tak Yan*
    15 July 2003
    Wofoo Foundation Limited

    A survey of the literature shows that there is a severe lack of validated Chinese measures of parent-adolescent communication in Hong Kong. There are two objectives of this project. The first objective of the project is to develop two measures of parent-adolescent communication, including: 1) a measure of specific parent-adolescent communication on seven process dimensions (frequency, initiation, recognition, self-disclosure, domination, emotional responses, and evaluation) over theoretically and empirically derived content areas (including academic achievement, peer relations, family issues and proper behavior); 2) a measure that attempts to assess the global qualities of parent-adolescent communication, such as empathy and trust in communication. The second objective of the project is to validate the two measures developed in this study. Two studies will be carried out to validate the measures developed. First, a known group comparison method will be carried out to examine the discriminant validity of the measures. Second, a test-retest reliability study will be carried out to examine the validity and reliability of the developed measures. The validated tools can help clinical practitioners to assess parent-adolescent communication in practice settings. Researchers can also use the developed tools to examine profiles of parent-adolescent communication in families with adolescents in Hong Kong. (SS03547)



  • Development of a Culturally Appropriate Assessment and Treatment Model for Problem in Hong Kong

  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel
    1 June 2006
    Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Even Centre

    The study attempted to develop and validate the Chinese version of the G-MAP. The present study was based on the clients seeking from the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Even Centre (N=134). There were 8 problem gamblers and 125 pathological gamblers participating in the study. (SS05982)



  • Experiences and Adjustment of Young New Arrivals from Mainland China: A Narrative Analysis

  • LAM Mong Chow Amy, FONG SOONG Tong Kou (Hong Kong Institute of Educational Research), TSOI Kcon Wah
    1 December 2000
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    Most of the existing studies on young new arrivals from Mainland China are quantitative survey research and very few have attempted to understand these immigrants' unique personal experiences in adjusting to their new lives in Hong Kong. In order to fill this gap in research, this study attempts to use the methodology of narrative analysis in qualitative research to investigate the migration experiences of the young new arrivals through their own stories. The major objectives of the study are:
    (1) to understand the experiences of young immigrants in their adjustment to the daily living in Hong Kong through their own interpretation;
    (2) to examine the meanings which young immigrants have constructed out of their overall migration experience;
    (3) to identify similarities and differences in the trajectories of adjustment of young immigrants who are identified as well-adjusted, moderatelyadjusted and poorly-adjusted; and
    (4) to formulate hypotheses about factors contributing to successful and unsuccessful adjustments of young immigrants.
    It is expected that findings from this study will enrich our understanding of the culture of the newcomers, their migration experiences, and the issues they face in the process of adjusting to daily living. Furthermore, the findings can definitely have significant theoretical and practical contributions to policy formulation and direct practice so that social services for young new arrivals from the Mainland could be more responsive to their genuine needs and problems. (CU00367)



  • An Exploratory Study of Public Opinions on the Impact of Comprehensive Social Security Scheme in Hong Kong

  • WONG Chack Kie, TANG Kwong Leung, WONG Hung
    1 December 2004
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    The project aims to identify subjective indicators of public opinions on the impact of the social policy on poverty alleviation and employment promotion in Hong Kong. The identification of these indicators will help policy makers to determine whether the policy is effective, on the basis of public perceptions, for achieving its intended consequences. It proposes to use 1,100 successful adults aged 18 and above as respondents from a randomly selected sample in Hong Kong. The key variables include the perceived impacts of comprehensive social security scheme (the dependent variable), the knowledge of the policy, individual needs satisfaction and value orientations (the independent variables) and personal characteristics (moderator). The findings are helpful to identify where the policy makers can work on to improve policy effective and enhance political legitimacy on the basis of public opinions. (SS04980)



  • An Exploratory Study on Urinary Incontinence in the Elderly

  • LEE Jik Joen
    1 January 2002
    Hong Kong Society for the Aged

    Urinary incontinence is a sensitive and taboo subject in Hong Kong as well as in other parts of the world. Urinary incontinence is seen more often in older adults. It is a silent epidemic among elderly people. Urinary is believed that urinary incontinence in the elderly is widely underreported all over the world. Urinary incontinence is not an inevitable process of aging. Yet, urinary incontinence is a relatively common symptom among elderly people. A large number of adult people have shown trace of urinary incontinence. It is a major issue in society. Urinary incontinence becomes an important public health concern because it is a costly problem for the health and medical authorities. Likewise, urinary incontinence is a private concern because it affects the quality of life of those being influenced, if not mention about the cost of dealing with the problem. Until now, there is no systematic information available in Hong Kong in the area of urinary incontinence in the elderly. The primary goal of this study is to explore some of the issues of urinary incontinence in the elderly. This study strives to provide some basic information in the area of urinary incontinence among local elderly people aged 60 and over. The information obtained is expected to fill the gap of local literature, to facilitate the general public.s understanding of the urinary incontinence in the elderly, to enhance the care of this frail and dependent population, and to establish areas requires further research. In addition, this study will focus on reporting some of the psychosocial and daily life hardships encountered by the incontinent elderly respondents. (SS01806)



  • Impacts of the Community Work Experience and Training Programme on Welfare Recipients

  • TANG Kwong Leung, CHEUNG Chau Kiu
    1 April 2006
    Public Policy Research Funding Scheme

    The launching of the Community Work Experience and Training Programme in Hong Kong to assist welfare recipients to improve their employability and chances of employment, and leaving the welfare net provides an opportunity for examining impacts of the combination of community service and job training, especially in view of the paucity of research data acquired overseas. Because of the co-existence of other measures, such as sanctioning, the waiver of disregarded earnings, and other programs, for helping welfare recipients for the same goal, the examination necessarily covers these measures. It thus is not merely an evaluation study of the Programme, but is a thorough attempt to explore ways to help welfare recipients. As such, the examination will involve a quasi-experiment design including participants in the Programme, the ordinary Community Work Programme without a training component, and non-participants among welfare recipients. The design will involve a baseline survey and a follow-up survey of the same respondents to enable rigorous examination of changes in welfare recipients. performance due to various factors. Such performance will incorporate employability (job skill and commitment), employment, self-reliance, exit from welfare, and receiving support from public services and informal sources. This set of criteria is necessary to address questions concerning the desired impacts and side effects of the Programmes and other factors. Notably, it is not sustainable to reduce reliance on welfare by increasing reliance on other public services and informal sources. (SS05373)



  • Intergenerational Role and Its Relationship with Subjective Well-Being among Older Persons in Hong Kong

  • LOU V. W. Q.
    20 November 2004
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    Hong Kong is no exclusion from the global trend in population ageing. The proportion of the population aged 65 and over is estimated to reach 23% in 2033, which has brought policy as well as public concerns regarding older persons welfare and well-being. One of the key elements under the active aging policy promoted by WHO is participation, which proposes that older persons’ actively participating in various kinds of activities would empower them to optimize their contributions to both self and the community. However, previous studies focused more on community participation and no systematic study has been conducted on older persons’ participation at family level. Recent studies on Chinese elders found that contributing to family such as helping in household chores and taking care of grand child have been long rooted in Chinese tradition and counted as significant part of older persons’ life. Therefore, the present aims to: 1) explore the intergenerational role played by older persons; focuses will be given to grand parenting role such as daily care, emotional support, moral education etc.; and 2) examine the relationship between intergenerational role and subjective well-being among older persons in Hong Kong. Findings of the present study would enrich the conceptualization of “participation” under the active aging framework. Findings could also provide implications for ageing policy and service provision in Hong Kong. Moreover, results could become a preliminary hypothesis based on which similar studies could be conducted among other Chinese and non-Chinese population. (SS04660)



  • Lifelong Education for the Elderly: A Case Study of the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council Institute of Continuing Education for Senior Citizens

  • LEE Jik Joen, Wong S Y Rebecca*, Wan K P Catherine*, Shun Wai Chuen*, Chan K H Charles*
    1 January 2001
    Donation from the Advantage Trust

    In 1982, continuing lifelong education for the elderly was acknowledged as one of the basic human rights by the World Assembly on Aging, an international conference organized by the United Nations. Since then, educational gerontology has become a policy issue as well as an educational concern for many countries in the West, and, to a lesser extent, in some of the Eastern countries, notably Japan, Taiwan and China. In Hong Kong, education for the elderly has been much underdeveloped in the government sector. It is not a concern for local policy makers at all. Fortunately, the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council (HKSKHWC), one of the nongovernmental organizations in Hong Kong, has developed a relatively large scale, educational program for the elderly since 1998, there have been 25 centres offering courses for the elderly territorywide. Last year there were 696 courses with 1,650 registered elderly students. The program is basically divided into three faculties, namely, Faculty of Arts (Chinese, English), Faculty of Sports and Fine Arts (Singing, Cantonese opera, Dance, Physical Education, Physical Exercises, Dance, Handicrafts, Painting, Drawing), and Faculty of Social Sciences (Civil Education, Social Skills, Information Technology, etc.).
    The proposed research is an exploratory, crosssectional study. It is the best one of its kind in the local field of educational gerontology. The study aims at providing the service provider (i.e., HKSKHWC) with the useful information about the quality and usefulness of the courses offered. The data collected will be used for possible program perfection. In addition, elderly students' learning experience, their levels of satisfaction toward the program, plus the applicability of the knowledge obtained and the impact of such knowledge upon their daily life activities will be examined. The result of this study will be sent to the Elderly Commission for long term planning and policy making in educational gerontology, too. (SS20012)



  • Limits and Possibilities of the Civil Society in Facing Public Crisis: Roles and Functions of the NGOs in Hong Kong in Responding to the SARS Crisis

  • WONG Hung, LEUNG Tse Fong Terry
    15 March 2004
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    This research aims to:
    Document the NGOs’ responses and actions in responding to the SARS crisis from March 2003 to March 2004;
    Analyze how NGOs and the Government negotiate and play out their obligations and responsibility in the SARS crisis;
    Evaluate the limits and possibilities of the NGOs actions and responses in facing the SARS crisis. This research provides insights for us to understand the dynamics and the process of how Hong Kong civil society can be built and rebuilt in a crisis situation. The lack of trust towards government and the lack of cohesion among the civil society popularly opined as the main obstacles in the political and social development of Hong Kong society, this research will provide new understanding on how trust and cohesion can be built and negotiated between the government and the civil society and among the civil society. (SS03374)



  • A Longitudinal Study of Parental Control in Early Adolescence in Hong Kong

  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel, LEE Tak Yan*
    31 December 2003
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    Although studies have been conducted to examine the nature of parental control in adolescence, they are plagued with conceptual as well as methodological limitations. Recent studies suggest the need to differentiate two aspects of parental control - psychological control (parental intrusiveness) and behavioral control (parental regulation and supervision of child’s behavior). While there are signs suggesting that parents in Hong Kong exercise inadequate parental behavioral control, no scientific studies with reference to the distinction between psychological control and behavioral control have been conducted. This study attempts to study: (1) the nature of psychological control in early adolescence in Hong Kong; (2) the nature of behavioral control in academic and socially regulated behavior domains in early adolescence in Hong Kong with reference to parental rules and regulations imposed, monitoring, knowledge, and indigenously derived behavioral control processes; (3) changes in psychological control and behavioral control in early adolescent years; (4) parental differences in psychological control and behavioral control; (5) differential effects of different types of parental control (psychological control and behavioral control) on different adolescent developmental outcomes; and (6) antecedents of parental control, including trust, perceived traditional Chinese parenting beliefs of the parents, family types (families experiencing economic disadvantage, single parent families, new arrival families and families with special needs) and parental education. A longitudinal research design in which quantitative data based on 3,000 adolescents will be employed to achieve the above objectives. (CU03293)



  • A Longitudinal Study of the Impact of Services Provided by Single Parents' Centres in Hong Kong

  • AU Chor Fai
    4 April 2003
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    Although welfare reform is well underway in Hong Kong, and although the call for accountability is increasing daily, systematic research to assess the impact of social welfare services in the form of longitudinal studies has been minimal. The result is thus a great uncertainty with regard to what we might expect from social inputs in combating social problems and satisfying social needs. To fill the knowledge gap, the present study would use a longitudinal approach to investigate the impact of the services provided by Single Parents’ Centres in supporting single parents in their quest for independence and self-reliance. Specifically, the present study would:
    (1) study the impact of the services provided by Single Parents’ Centres on the single parents that they serve;
    (2) inform the government and services providers with regard to the utility of the services provided by Single Parents’ Centres from a long-term perspective; and
    (3) examine and give recommendations as to how social services should be designed and delivered to achieve better results (SS02563)



  • A Longitudinal Study of the Impact of Services Provided by Single Parents' Centres in Hong Kong: Phase II

  • AU Chor Fai
    1 December 2004
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    Although welfare reform is well underway in Hong Kong, and although the call for accountability is increasing daily, systematic research to assess the impact of social welfare services in the form of longitudinal studies has been minimal. The result is thus a great uncertainty with regard to what we might expect from societal inputs in combating social problems and satisfying social needs. To fill the knowledge gap, the present study would use a longitudinal approach to investigate the impact of the services provided by Single Parents’ Centres in supporting single parents in their quest for independence and self-reliance. Specifically, the present study would:
    1) study the impact of the services provided by Single Parents’ Centres on the single parents that they serve
    2) inform the government and service providers with regard to the utility of the services provided by Single Parents' Centres from a long-term perspective
    3) examine and give recommendations as to how social services should be designed and delivered to achieve better results. (SS04433)



  • A Model of Successful Aging for the Elderly Living Alone in the Community: A Pilot Study

  • LEE Jik Joen, SHEK Tan Lei Daniel
    1 November 2000
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    This is a pilot study of a large scale study of the elderly living alone in Hong Kong. A severe lack of scientific findings in the local context and the existence of contradictory research findings in the literature concerning the psychosocial/health needs and adjustment of elderly people living alone in the community are sufficient to warrant a systematic; large scale investigation in Hong Kong.
    The objectives of this study are: (1) to depict the elderly people who live alone in terms of psychosocial and sociodemographic characteristics; (2) to identify the determinants of living alone in old age, (3) to understand the experience of living alone in a modern Chinese society, (4) to investigate personal coping skills, formal and informal supports as well as the utilization patterns for psychosocial and health services by the elderly people living alone, (5) to examine the psychosocial adjustment of the elderly people living alone, and (6) to construct a model of successful aging for the elderly living alone.
    This study will be a pioneer, cross-sectional study concerning the elderly aged 60 or over living alone in the community. Conceptually, the strength of this study is that it attempts to build up a model of the determinants of successful aging for elderly people living alone in a modern Chinese society. Methodologically, the strength of this study is that a large and random sample will be used, and that the situations of non-institutionalized elderly people living alone will be compared with (a) the elderly people living with others in the community, and (b) those elderly people living alone in the community who have been identified as high-risk by the Social Welfare Department. Academically speaking, this study will generate findings that can clarify our understanding of elderly people living alone. Practically speaking, this study will help local human service providers to find appropriate ways to prevent premature institutionalization and to avoid the negative impact of overcaring or undercaring for the elderly by delivering the needed services to the right elderly clients. (SS00387)



  • Motivational Experiences for Securing a Job among Unemployed Youth in Hong Kong and Mainland China

  • NGAI Ngan Pun, CHEUNG Chau Kiu, NGAI Sek Yum, Mow Wai Ho*
    1 March 2006
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    Conventional research on youth.s skills and occupational preferences in order place them in jobs appears to be inadequate to tackle unemployment problems resulting from social construction, by youth and other people as well. Accordingly, lack of skills does not appear to be major determinant of youth unemployment. Moreover, exploring youth.s conventional occupational preferences does not help find jobs for them because either conventional jobs are unavailable or the youth have real preferences other than unconventional ones. These shortcomings make many previous surveys futile in offering solutions to youth unemployment problems. Instead, pertinent research needs to explore factors motivating youth.s will to secure jobs. Given that the experience of self-actualization tends to a vital determinant of youth employment owing to the social construction perspective, this study is necessary to verify the impacts and identify concrete experiences leading to self-actualization. As these experiences are likely to become transparent only through unemployed youth.s reflection, the study relies on opened-ended interviews and structured questionnaire surveys to elicit needed information. The information will clarify experiential factors that motivate unemployed youth to get jobs. The targets are unemployed youth in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Tianjin to facilitate a comparative study relevant to Chinese youth. Such comparison is promising because motivational experiences occurring only in one city can become useful for promotion in other cities. (SS05318)



  • Needs and Profiles of Elderly Scavengers in Hong Kong

  • LOU V. W. Q.
    1 June 2006
    Hong Kong Council of Social Services

    This study aims to explore the life experiences of older people who collect re-cycling materials for financial returns. Both survey and in-dept interview were conducted. Fact-to-face survey interviews on 96 elderly waste collectors were done by trained interviewees. The sample was recruited on the waste collecting spots in six areas in Hong Kong. It was found that more than seventy percent of the respondents collected re-cycling materials because of financial reasons. In in-dept interview part, 17 older people were successfully interviewed. It was found that these elderly waste-collectors faced different kinds of social exclusion, including economic exclusion, political exclusion, social relation exclusion and social welfare exclusion. This research reflects that in Hong Kong, life of some of the older people is far form being provided with a sense of security, a sense of belonging and a feeling of healthy and worthiness. It is hence suggested that we should improve the income protection to the elderly. We suggest strengthening thee out-reaching service for the elderly and elderly centres and community organizations to organize more subsidized activities so that low income elderly can participate. We also appeal to those families in need to seek early help from the social service agencies so as to avoid shifting the burden of supporting the family to the elderly. Lastly, we hope that more parties could conduct more research related to elderly poverty. (SS05412)



  • A Pilot Exploration of Policies for Strengthening Family Functioning in Hong Kong

  • NGAI Sek Yum, TANG Kwong Leung, LAM Mong Chow Amy, LAM Ching Man, CHEUNG Chau Kiu
    15 March 2005
    Central Policy Unit, Hong Kong SAR Government

    This study explores policies for strengthening family functioning in Hong Kong. These include immediate, short-term, educational, regulative, preventive, remedial, developmental, individual-based, and community-based policies covering aspects of social welfare, immigration, population, and labor, among others. The primary strength of the study is that it draws on social work (front-line and supervisory) and social science expertise, particularly dealing with family issues. Such expertise guides the identification and assessment of policies in terms of their effectiveness and the feasibility of their implemenation. The study employs data and information collected from focus groups, a follow-up survery, and literature review to propose polcies for further examination. (SS04942)



  • The Politics of Identity Constitution Among Youth Workers in Hong Kong

  • NGAI Sek Yum
    1 November 2000
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    This study aims to develop an in-depth understanding of the politics of identity constitution among Hong Kong youth workers. Based on a theoretical framework drawn from the works of Derrida, Foucault, and Laclau and Mouffe, it will conduct a discourse analysis on the local youth services texts and the interviews with 40 youth workers. Specifically, the present study seeks to answer the following 3 research questions:
    (1) How do youth workers invent their identities by re-articulating discourses in their environment?
    (2) How do youth workers constitute their identities through resisting the social control demands made on them?
    (3) How do youth workers develop new identities through making use of the transitional political space in Hong Kong?
    The results of the study will on the theoretical level enrich the existing youth services literature by explicating how the complexity of power is played out via the fluidity of everyday youth work practices. On the practice level, they will help elucidate how youth workers negotiate the vagaries of power through political actions in various social contexts, thus have implications for conceiving more empowering youth services in Hong Kong on the turn of the century. (SS00433)



  • Poverty Problem and Poverty Alleviation Work in Shum Shui Po District: A Need-Based and Asset-Based Analysis

  • WONG Hung, LAM Ching Man
    24 December 2004
    Concern Poverty Problem Working Group, Shum Shui Po District Council

    Sham Shui Po is the poorest district in Hong Kong in terms of median household income and number of poor people. This research will utilize both need-based and asset-based approach in analyzing the poverty problem and poverty alleviation work in Sham Shui Po District. This research will use need-based approach to examine the need and characteristics of the poor residents in Sham Shui Po District and especially those live in the poorest locality. This research will also utilize asset-based approach to examine poverty alleviating ability, strength and social capital of the NGOs, community organizations, residents in Sham Shui Po, to portrait the community profile of Sham Shui Po under the asset-based perspective for further poverty alleviation work. (SS04727)



  • A Preliminary Study of Social Risks and Policy Responses to Risk Management in Hong Kong

  • WONG Chack Kie, LOU V. W. Q.
    1 November 2005
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    The proposed study intends to develop new policy ideas for meeting the challenges facing Hong Kong on social risks arisen from drastic societal changes in the context of economic globalization. It especially uses the notion of new social risks, underscored by the modernization paradigm for the welfare state to examine the relationships between changes in family, government and labour market and responses for risks management. It employs a research design by literature review, secondary data analysis and policy analysis to investigate whether or not social risks were matched by corresponding policy responses as suggested in the literature and policy documents. The study will enhance our understanding of changing faces of social risks in Hong Kong from the new perspective of a modernization paradigm; it will also provide ideas of whether or not the government had responded appropriately to the changing needs arisen from drastic societal changes. (SS05746)



  • The Profile of Social Work Programmes and Training Needs of Higher Education in the Chinese Communities - Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan

  • LOU V. W. Q., Gu Dong-hui*, Kuan Yu Yuan*, Leung Joe Cho Bun*
    1 September 2003
    International Association of Schools of Social Work

    Social work education development has gone through different stages in Chinese communities in different places. Review the current social work education development in Hong Kong, Mainland and Taiwan, two observations could be made. First, social work education development was effected by existing education system, social needs and also social policy at a particular context. Therefore, indigenous programmes have been developed in different communities at different time frame. Second, professionalization of social work seems to be a milestone in social work education development. Influences from both local and international level could play significant role. This study adopts the framework used by the “IASSW World Census 2000” study, which has already surveyed social work programmes from 35 countries. It aims to explore the profile of social work programme from three aspects: demographics and status, international networking, and curriculum content. Cultural adaptations are made in all three aspects so as to fit the current development stage of social work programme in the Chinese community. Research findings will be used to contribute to the IASSW world census data base and make implications for the future development of the social work education internationally. (SS03872)



  • Public Perception on Education Policy in Hong Kong

  • WONG Chack Kie, LO Nai Kwai Leslie (Dept of Educational Administration & Policy), TIK Chi Yuen*
    1 April 2001
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    The education policy affects all walks of life and education is commonly regarded as the key to the success of Hong Kong society. In the last few years, education sector is flooded with many reform initiatives which have largely changed the landscape of local education development. Accompanied with these policy changes is a set of new concepts or values towards education advocated by the Government. Whether the public welcomes these concepts or values will affect the implementation of different reform initiatives. Besides, people's expectation of the roles of the different parties involved in education business, such as government, parents, schools, and so on will be examined in the telephone survey. (SS00627)



  • Public Perception on Health Care Policy in Hong Kong

  • MA Lai Chong, LEUNG Chi Ming Michael (Dept of Decision Sciences and Managerial Economics), WONG Tai Wai*
    1 April 2001
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    The project aims to conduct a telephone poll to understand the public perception of the Government's health policy and recent reform initiatives. In the last few years, different health financing proposals have been raised by the Government from time to time. It seems that the Government intend to retreat her commitment to health care service provision and let the service users take up more responsibility. Whether the general public is aware of this policy trend and how they perceive it are worth investigating. (SS00970)



  • Public Perception on Social Welfare Policy in Hong Kong

  • WONG Chack Kie, CHAU Kin Lam Kenneth
    1 April 2001
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    The Government has reformed the social welfare services in various areas with a clear intention to reduce the Government's role and her financial responsibility. On the other hand, public expectation of government support in welfare provision is mounting all the time. The telephone survey aims to explore further people's values or perceptions on social welfare development in Hong Kong. (SS00674)



  • Public Perceptions of Social Welfare in Hong Kong

  • WONG Chack Kie, MOK Bong Ho, WONG Ka Ying Timothy (Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies)
    1 December 2002
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    This project examines subjective social welfare outcomes, instead of state expenditures or social policy programmes, in the assessment of a welfare system. Social welfare, as a social policy ensuring the well-being of its people, has been confusing and has never led to clear choice-making for the people. Its meaning, intent and ideology are subject to interpretation and are the centre of debate for state provisions. Building upon prior research, this project is designed to systematically examine Hong Kong’s public perceptions of social welfare. We will focus on identifying a system of social values that underpins Hong Kong public perceptions and attitudes toward social welfare. We will also examine whether public perceptions are affected by social, economic and political changes, in addition to basic socio-economic and demographic variables of respondents. The project and the data it generates from a large household survey will be valuable to the social development of Hong Kong because public opinions are an important source of political legitimacy for social policy, social welfare and other state provisions. They are especially important in an era of change when timely information and empirically generated knowledge become the basis for new changes and new direction for social development. (CU02237)



  • A Qualitative Study on Hidden Elderly’ in Hong Kong

  • WONG Chack Kie, LOU V. W. Q.
    3 December 2007
    Central Policy Unit, HKSAR Government

    The project aims to understand the conditions of the ‘hidden elderly’ in Hong Kong. It will conduct indepth interviews of ‘hidden elderly’ and related stakeholders such as service providers and advocates. The qualitative research approach should be able to reveal the perspectives of both ‘hidden elderly’ and service providers on how ‘hidden elderly’ should be best helped. Such knowledge and information are important to devise successful interventions that respond to the needs and characteristics of the ‘hidden elderly’ on the one hand, and the available services and networks for the ‘hidden elderly’ on the other hand. (SS07861)



  • Racial Discrimination in Hong Kong: Prevalence, Impacts and Coping Strategies

  • TANG Kwong Leung, LAM Ching Man, LAM Mong Chow Amy, NGAI Sek Yum
    20 November 2003
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    Hong Kong, with its 6.7 million population, has witnessed a sizeable growth of ethnic and racial groups in the last decade. This study will examine the prevalence and impacts of racial discrimination in Hong Kong as well as the coping strategies used by ethnic minorities in managing the stressful effects of racial discrimination. Racial discrimination is an issue of growing concern partly due to its nature – violations of human rights, the extent of social costs as well as psychological impairments incurred to those who are affected. In this study, a survey of 150 ethnic minorities will be conducted, along with in-depth interviews of key informants. In addition, two focus groups comprising social service professionals and human rights activists will be conducted. The main goal of the focus groups is to explore policy and service action that is needed to deal with this issue. This study will be significant in several respects. Firstly, the issue of racial discrimination has captured the attention of the Hong Kong SAR Government, human rights activists and world community. Findings of the study will also be of interest to academics, social service professionals and policy-makers. Secondly, the survey would inform us about the ethnic minorities’ perceptions of the problem and their coping strategies. Finally, findings from this study can form a valuable base for developing into a large-scale opinion survey on racial discrimination in Hong Kong. (SS03405)



  • Research on Causes of Poverty Problems in Sham Shui Po District and Future of Poverty Alleviation Policies

  • WONG Hung
    9 January 2008
    Sham Shui Po District Council - Working Group on Poverty Problems

    The objectives of the research is to:
    1. explore whether the poverty problems in Shan Shui Po has been alleviated follow the economy recovery; and
    2. explore the causes of poverty problems in Sham Shui Po and find the ways out.
    The research will conduct secondary data analysis on the 2001 and 2006 Census data to explore the change of poverty situation in Sham Shui Po District and will conduct a survey to explore the change of livelihood of residents in Sham Shui Po District in the year of 2007, the recent ear of a significant economic recovery in Hong Kong. The research also employ case study for 30 cases to understand to impacts of the poverty alleviation policies and programmes on the participants and non-participants in Sham Shui Po District. (SS07340)



  • Social Value, Societal Change and Perception of Social Welfare - An Extended Study of a RGC Project

  • MOK Bong Ho, WONG Chack Kie, WONG Ka Ying Timothy (Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies)
    1 December 2002
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    The primary objective of this study is to assess the public’s perception of social welfare and social welfare outcomes, using a telephone survey approach. This study is expected to generate a set of indicators of social welfare outcome which will have important implications for social welfare policy-making. It will also contribute to a more systematic understanding of public perceptions of social welfare in Hong Kong, their underlying ideologies and the effects of societal changes on them. As an extended study of a RGC project, it will serve as a pilot study of the major instruments to be used in the RGC project. The findings of this study will be compared and triangulated with data collected by a household survey in the RGC project. (SS02624)



  • A Strengths-Based Ethnographic Study of Low-Income Pakistani Families in Hong Kong

  • CRABTREE Sara Ana Ashencaen
    5 December 2005
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    The Pakistani community in Hong Kong is long established yet is also one that lives a fairly anonymous existence on the perimeters of society where little is known of the daily lives of individual families. What has been revealed however is that many families in this community are impoverished due to menial and poorly paid work, insecure employment and unemployment, but the effects of poverty on family life in the Pakistani community is largely unknown. What is surmised is that poverty militates against full social inclusion and affects several generations in family groups.
    In order to promote the social inclusion of this community as well as provide culturally-sensitive social work services more information needs to be gathered regarding the lives of impoverished Pakistani families. The proposed study seeks to understand the lived experiences of such families using a qualitative ethnographic approach that explores family concerns and family strengths.
    Project statement
    This project proposes to study low-income Pakistani families with a view to understanding family coping skills, family cohesion and the nature of social support systems.
    Typical research questions include:
    1) What kinds of problems do such low-income families face in relation to basic material as well as personal and emotional needs?
    2) What kinds of coping strategies and support systems are used by family members to counteract the negative effects of poverty, as they perceive them to be?
    3) How do families maintain cohesion as well as emotional and practical support in reference to marital and childrearing issues? (SS05422)



  • A Study Investigating Factors that Affect Long Term Care Use in Hong Kong

  • LOU V. W. Q., CHUI Wing Tak Ernest*, LEUNG Yee Man Angela*, TANG Kwong Leung
    1 June 2007
    Food and Health Bureau - Studies in Health Services

    Objective: To investigate the unique characteristics of elderly people with long term care needs who opt for community-based services and who opt for residential service. The focus will be primarily on three types of factors: enabling factors, psychological factors, and need factors. Design: A cross-sectional survey design. Trained research assistants will conduct face to face interviews to collect data based on standardized scales.
    Participants: Random sampling will be used in selecting respondents either from the Central Waiting List for Subsidized Long Term Care Services or from cluster sampling from service recipients in four categories of long term care services within a twelve month period starting prior to the study date. 1000 respondents will be targeted, including 320 elderly people who opted for community-based services, and 680 elderly people who opted for residential-care services.
    Measures: Standardized scales on disability, chronic disease, caregiver burden, availability of care support, financial support, attitude towards long term care services, family solidarity, and self-efficacy will be used by trained interviewers for measurement using a face to face method.
    Data Analysis: The theoretical framework based on revised Andersen’s expanded model of care utilization will become the analytic framework, which will guide the data analysis. Multiple regression modelling will be used along side SPSS statistical packages.
    Purposes: To provide empirical evidence that could serve as a basis to generate long-term care policy strategies, particularly service matching. (SS06968)



  • A Study on Social Enterprises in Hong Kong

  • TANG Kwong Leung, KO Suk Fun (The Nethersole School of Nursing), LEE James*, FUNG Ho Lup, AU Yuk Fai Kevin (Management)
    28 September 2007
    Central Policy Unit, HKSAR Government

    The HKSAR government has recently adopted social enterprise (SE) as a new initiative to combat poverty, with an emphasis on helping the able-bodies to re-enter the labor market. As noted y the Hong Kong Council of Social Service, there are 172 SW projects participating in 37 types of businesses that are assisted or operated by 43 non-government organizations. Yet the public knowledge on SE is quite poor. Therefore, it maybe too early to judge if SE can effectively eliminate poverty since it is still in its budding period. SE has been widely used by some welfare states over the past decades in solving social problems, and the performance is outstanding. However, as any SE model needs to be highly adaptive to suit for different contextual scenarios, there is no universally applicable model for SEs. In view of these, this study aims at (a) finding the viable or even ideal model(s) for developing SEs that target different groups of people; and (b) developing ways to encourage effective and appropriate tripartite cooperation in SEs that target different groups of people; by adopting literature review, focus groups and key informant interviews. (SS07715)



  • Support for Aged Parents: A Study of Hong Kong School Youth

  • NGAI Ngan Pun, CHEUNG Chau Kiu*
    1 April 2003
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    Responsibility for aged parents among the younger generation faces a critical challenge in contemporary Chinese society because of the supported decline in filial piety, and change in demographic and family structure. The concern is particularly significant when parental dependency and burden of care for them meets with the young generation indifference and reluctance. Finding ways to mitigate contradiction in duties and responsibilities between older and younger generations is essential for the success of social policies and programs. Whereas a factor pertaining to social construction has been notable for the positive or negative influence of social policies and programs on people’s support for their elderly parents, empirical evidence in support of the assertion has not been readily available. Such data are especially important if they are derived form opinions of young people who sooner or later will have to shoulder the majority of responsibility for the elder parents.
    The present project will collect empirical data for the analysis of Chinese young people’s support for their parents in Hong Kong. The causes of youth’s support or lack of support for their parents will be identified. Implications for various social policies and program alternatives for young people’s support and care of older parents will be examined. The project will collect data by means of a survey of 1,000 young people aged between 15 and 18 in Hong Kong’s high school students. The samples will be obtained by a random sampling procedure to ensure their representativeness. The study will not only offer up-to-date and pertinent descriptive and representative findings about Hong Kong young people’s support for their parents, but also will shed light on the development of social policies and programs aimed at improving young people’s support for their parents. (SS02731)



  • Undertaking a Consultancy Study on Aged Workers in Hong Kong

  • WONG Hung, YU Tak Sun Ignatius (Community and Family Medicine), LI Ping Wai, CHAN Kan Kam#
    1 December 2006
    Occupational Safety and Health Council Research Grant

    This Consultancy Research is funded by the Occupational Safety and Health Council, Hong Kong. The objectives are:
    (i) To conduct a cross-sectional territory wide surveys to review and identify the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) issues facing aged workers in different industries;
    (ii) To analyse the OSH needs of aged workers based on the findings from (i) and to formulate a prospective policy and strategy to meet the needs of aged workers;
    (iii) To develop a OSH management programme for the aged workers according to the policy and strategy formulated;
    (iv) To provide consultancy services for at least 10 selected industries on implementation of the aged workers OSH management programme at both corporate and individual levels; and
    (v) To develop a comprehensive training and promotional programme for both employers and employees to advance their understanding and knowledge regarding occupational safety and health of aged workers. (SS06369)




Research Publications


  • AU Alma; LI Patrick; CHAN John; LUI Colin; NG Philip; KWOK Amy and LEUNG Wing Leung Patrick. "Predicting the Quality of Life in Hong Kong Chinese Adults with Epilepsy". Epilepsy & Behavior vol.3. USA: Elsevier Science, 2002. pp.350-357



  • BEYNS Mary Louise and SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "A Study of Parental Self-Reflexivity in Disciplining in Hong Kong". CUHK PHD Thesis . 1996.



  • BOND Michael Harris and KEUNG Ka-Yi Doris. "Dimensions of Political Attitudes and Their Relations with Beliefs and Values in Hong Kong". Journal of Psychology in Chinese Societies vol.3 no.1, Hong Kong SAR, China: The Hong Kong Psychological Society and The Chinese University Press, 2002.11. pp.133-154.



  • CHAN Chung Yee Zenobia. "Anorexic Eating: Two Case Studies in Hong Kong". Qualitative Report vol.7 no.4, 2002.



  • CHAN Grace Wing Yee; McBRIDE-CHANG Catherine Alexandra; LEUNG Wing Leung Patrick; TSOI Kcon Wah; HO Suk Han Connie and CHEUK Suk Man. "Factors Influencing Anxiety/Depression among Adolescents Migrating between Chinese Societies: The Case of Adolescent New Arrivals to Hong Kong". Journal of Psychology in Chinese Societies vol.4 no.1, Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 2003. pp.121-140.



  • CHAN Kwan Shing Darius and GOTO G Sharon. "Conflict Resolution in the Culturally Diverse Workplace: Some Data from Hong Kong Employees". Applied Psychology: An International Review vol.52 no.3, United Kingdom: Backwell Publishing, 2003.06.



  • CHAN Kwan Shing. "Antecedents and Consequences of Job Insecurity Among Chinese Employees in Hong Kong." Paper presented in the 2003 Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, organized by University of Hawaii - West Oahu Hawaii, USA, June 2003



  • CHAN Kwan Shing. "A Behavioral Analysis of Conflict Resolution Among Hong Kong Chinese." (co-authored with Chow S. Y. Venus; and Chiu S. M.) Paper presented in the Hong Kong Psychological Society Annual Conference 2003, organized by Hong Kong Psychological Society, Hong Kong, June 2003



  • CHAN Kwan Shing. "Condom Use Among Female Sex Workers in Hong Kong: Some Statistics for Consideration". Bulletin of the Hong Kong Statistical Society vol.24 no.2 (2001), pp.2-6



  • CHAN Kwan Shing. "Conflict Resolution in the Culturally Diverse Workplace: Some Data from Hong Kong Employees." (co-authored with Goto G Sharon) Applied Psychology: An International Review (United Kingdom: Blackwell Publishing) vol.52 no.3 (June 2003)
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical BF636.A1 I53 v.52, 2003)



  • CHAN Kwan Shing. "An Examination of Antecedents and Consequences of Reporting Sexual Harassment Among Hong Kong Chinese in the Workplace." (co-authored with Chow S. Y. Venus) Paper presented in the 28th International Congress of Psychology, organized by The Chinese Psychological Society, Beijing, August 2004



  • CHAN Kwan Shing. "Exploring the Antecedents and Consequences of Job Insecurity among Chinese Employees in Hong Kong." Paper presented in the Hong Kong Psychological Society Annual Conference 2004, organized by Hong Kong Psychological Society, Hong Kong, June 2004



  • CHAN Kwan Shing. "Factors Underlying Emotional Communication among College Students in Hong Kong." (co-authored with Man Ka Yin) Paper presented in the 8th European Congress of Psychology, organized by Austrian Professional Association of Psychologists, Vienna, Austria, July 2003



  • CHAN Kwan Shing. "Goal Conflict and the Moderating Effects of Intention Stability in Intention-Behavior Relations: Physical Activity among Hong Kong Chinese." (co-authored with LI Kin Kit) Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology (Human Kinetics, Inc.) vol.30 (April 2008), pp.39-55.
    (CUHK Library Call No: CC Periodical W1 .J9164; Also Available Online)



  • CHAN Kwan Shing. "Identifying the Psychosocial Correlates of Condom Use by Female Sex Workers in Hong Kong." (co-authored with Cheung Shu Fai; Gray A.; Ip A. and Lee B.) AIDS Care (United Kingdom: Taylor & Francis Ltd) vol.16 no.4 (May 2004), pp.530-539
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical W1 .A31615; Also Available Online)



  • CHAN Kwan Shing. An Indigenous Model of Job Insecurity Among Hong Kong Employees." (co-authored with Tsui Oi Kwan Ophelia) Paper presented in the 28th International Congress of Psychology, organized by The Chinese Psychological Society, Beijing, August 2004



  • CHAN Kwan Shing. "Information Technology and Burnout among Hong Kong Teachers; A Structural Equation Modeling Approach." (co-authored with Lee Wing Sze Wincy) In Hong Kong Educational Research Association 2002 International Conference. p.13. Hong Kong, 20 Dec 2002.



  • CHAN Kwan Shing. "Job Insecurity Among Chinese Employees in Hong Kong: Negative Consequences and Moderators." (co-authored with Chan P. K. Peggy) Paper presented in the American Psychological Soceity 17th Annual Convention, Los Angeles, CA, May 2005



  • CHAN Kwan Shing. "Parenting Styles, Relationship Beliefs, and Love Styles: An Intergenerational Analysis among Hong Kong Chinese." (co-authored with Ng Theresa T.) Paper presented in the 72nd Annual Meetings of the Psychometric Society, organized by The Psychometric Society, Japan, Tokyo, July 2007



  • CHAN Kwan Shing. "Psychosocial Correlates of Condom Use among Female Sex Workers in Hong Kong." (co-authored with Cheung Shu Fai; Gray Ann; Ip Ann and Lee Billy) Paper presented in the 27th International Congress of Psychology, organized by International Congress of Psychologists Stockholm, Sweden, July 2000



  • "Psychosocial Correlates of Men's Online Pornography Viewing in Hong Kong." (co-authored with LAM Chun Bun) Paper presented in the 28th International Congress of Psychology, organized by The Chinese Psychological Society, Beijing, August 2004



  • CHAN Kwan Shing. "The Use of Cyberpornography by Young Men in Hong Kong: Some Psychosocial Correlates." (co-authored with Lam Chun Bun) Archives of Sexual Behavior (Springer Science Business Media, LLC) vol.36 (21 Dec 2006) pp.588-598
    (CUHK Library Call No: Also Available Online)



  • CHAN Sui Yin. "Clinical Validity of the Chinese Version of Mattis Dementia Rating Scale in Differentiating Dementia of Alzheimer's Type in Hong Kong." (co-authored with Choi Angel; Chiu Fung Kum Helen and Lam Chiu Wa) Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society (Boston, USA: Cambridge University Press) vol.9 no.1 (Jan 2003), pp.45-55
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical W1 .J91935; Also Available Online)



  • CHAN Sui Yin. The Hong Kong List Learning Test. Hong Kong, Dept of Psychology, CUHK, 2006



  • CHAN Sui Yin. "Recent Development of Neuropsychology in Hong Kong." Paper presented in the An International Conference on Neuropsychology: Recent Advances in the East and West, organized by Department of Psychology, CUHK, Hong Kong, Dec 2003



  • CHAN Tin Cheung and LAM Kin Che. "The Effects of Information Bias and Riding Frequency on Noise Annoyance to a New Railway Extension in Hong Kong". Transportation Research Part D no.13, Elsevier, 2008. pp.334-339.



  • CHAN Tsui Yan and MCBRIDE Catherine Alexandra. "Environment and Bilingualism in Hong Kong Kindergartners: The Impact of Foreign Domestic Helpers on Early Language-Learning". Journal of Psychology in Chinese Societies vol.6. 2005. pp.179-193.



  • CHAN WAI LOK and McBRIDE-CHANG Catherine Alexandra. "The Influence of Parenting Styles and Teaching Styles on School Misbehavior and Academic Self-concept among Children and Adolescents in Hong Kong". Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting Florida, United States of America: The Society for Research in Child Development, 2003.04.24.



  • CHAN Wai Yee and NGAI Ngan Pun. "Person-centered Approach: Skills in Field Instruction for Chinese Students in Hong Kong". "From Quality Assurance to Quality Enhancement - Nature and Mechanism of Professional Competence in Counselling" Conference organized by The Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association and The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Department of Applied Social Studies. Hong Kong, China, 2003.08.23.



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. A holistic inquiry into the impacts of community care on the quality of life of older Chinese people in Hong Kong: involving older care recipients, informal caregivers, professional care-providers, and neighbors of the community. (co-authored with Agnes Yeung and Esther Chow) Hong Kong: Division of Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong, 2003.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HV1484.H62 Y483 2003)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. "A study of marginal youth’s likelihood of delinquency in Hong Kong." (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun)The Hong Kong Journal of Social Work (Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong Social Workers Association Limited) vol.37 no.2 (2003), pp.229-237
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Periodical HV1 .H68)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. A study of the effectiveness of the Project of Social Networking for the Elderly in the Southern District [南區長者社區網絡計劃成效硏究] (co-authored with Raymond Man-hung Ngan) 香港:香港城市大學應用社會科學系,1998
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HV1484.H64 S59 1998; UL HK Studies HV1484.H64 S59 1998)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. A study on the effectiveness of the home care & support services for frail elderly people & their caregivers [家居護理及支援服務成效硏究] (co-authored with Raymond Man-hung Ngan). Hong Kong: Haven of Hope Christian Service, 1999.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV1484.H62 S84 1999; UL HK Studies HV1484.H62 S84 1999)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. Age discrimination in the labour market in Hong Kong: causes and consequences at individual, organisational, and societal levels: research report.Hong Kong: Dept. of Applied Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong, 2004.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HD6283.H6 Y35 2004; UL HK Studies HD6283.H6 Y35 2004)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. Does democratization spur social welfare spending: the case of Hong Kong, China (co-authored with Kwong-leung Tang and Hung Wong) Hong Kong: Social Welfare Practice and Research Centre, Dept. of Social Work, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2004
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HV431 .T33 2004)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. "Effective Group Work with Delinquents in Hong Kong." (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum) Adolescence vol.42 no.165 (2007), pp.151-165
    (CUHK Library Call No: CC Periodical HQ793.A34)



  • "Effects of Playing Online Game on Youth Problems in Hong Kong." (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun and NGAI Sek Yum) Paper presented in the Mainland China-Hong Kong-Macau Youth Research Roundtable Conference, Hong Kong, May 2007



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. "Environmental Influences on Risk Taking among Hong Kong Young Dance Partygoers." (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum; NGAI Ngan Pun) Adolescence vol.41 no.164 (2006), pp.739-752
    (CUHK Library Call No: CC Periodical HQ793.A34)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. "Family abusive risk and social assistance opportunity in marginal youth’s life course: Clues to delinquent inclination in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Guangzhou." (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun and NGAI Sek Yum) A paper presented at the 7th International Conference on Asian Youth Issues: Opportunities and Challenges of Youth in New Era, organized by the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau, Macao SAR on 5-9 Dec 2005.



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. "Family Strain and Adolescent Delinquency in Two Chinese Cities, Guangzhou and Hong Kong." (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun and NGAI Sek Yum) Journal of Child & Family Studies vol.16 no.5 (2007), pp.626-641
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. "Humanist Approaches to Youth Development in the Summer Youth Program of Hong Kong." (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun) Journal of Social Service Research (USA: The Haworth Press) vol.31, issue No.2 (Sep 2004), pp.1-24
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HV11.J68; Available Online)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. "Idealism, Altruism, Career Orientation and Burnout: A Study of Undergraduate Social Work Students in Hong Kong." (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum) Paper presented in the 45th Anniversary Symposium of CUHK Social Work Department on Social Work Practice & Education in Chinese Societies, Hong Kong SAR, 2008.



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. Newspapers and the 1994/95 district board and municipal council elections (co-authored with Chan Wing-tai and Leung Kwan-kwok) Hong Kong: Dept. of Applied Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong, 1997
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize PN5449.H6 C43 1997; UL HK Studies PN5449.H6 C43 1997)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. "Policy Awareness and Support for Parents: A Comparative Study of Young People in Hong Kong and Shanghai." (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun and NGAI Sek Yum) Paper presented in the 45th Anniversary Symposium of CUHK Social Work Department on Social Work Practice & Education in Chinese Societies, Hong Kong SAR, 2008.



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. Political attitudes of senior secondary students during the transition period in Hong Kong (Hong Kong Transitions project) (co-authored with Kwan-kwok Leung) Hong Kong: Dept. of Applied Social Studies, City Polytechnic of Hong Kong, 1994
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies LA1134.H6C49 1994)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. Political attitudes of tertiary education students during the transition period in Hong Kong: a test of democratic dynamics in youth (co-authored with Kwan-kwok Leung) Hong Kong: City Polytechnic of Hong Kong, 1994
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies LA1134.H6C488 1994)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. "Predictors of the Likelihood of Delinquency: A Study of Marginal Youth in Hong Kong." (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun) Youth & Society Sage Publications, Inc., 2004
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HQ793.Y6; Available Online)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. "Predictors of the Likelihood of Delinquency: A Study of Marginal Youth in Hong Kong, China." (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun) Youth & Society (USA: Sage Publications, Inc.) (June 2005), pp.445 - 470
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HQ793.Y6; Available Online)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. Report on Risk-taking Behavior among Hong Kong Young Dance Partygoers: What They Do and Why (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum; NGAI Ngan Pun) Hong Kong, 2006.



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. Research report on a study on the drug abuse situation among ethnic minorities in Hong Kong (co-authored with Kwok-leung Tang and Hung Wong) Hong Kong: Dept. of Social Work, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2006
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Gov Document HV5824.E85 T36 2006)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. Revisit of the filial piety concept among the young, the adult, and the old in Beijing, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Nanjing, Shanghai, Xiamen, and Xian: research report (co-authored with Alex Yui-huen Kwan and Hung Ng) Hong Kong: Dept. of Applied Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong, 2003
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HV1484.C62 G836 2003; UL HK Studies HV1484.C62 G836 2003)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. "Risk-Taking among Hong Kong Young Dance Partygoers: What They Do and Why." (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum; NGAI Ngan Pun) The 7th International Conference on Asian Youth Issues held in Macau organized by ISA R34 & Macau SAR Government, 2005.12.



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. Risk-taking behavior among Hong Kong young dance partygoers: what they do and why: research report (co-authored with Steven Sek-yum Ngai and Ngan-pun Ngai) Hong Kong: Dept. of Social Work, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2006
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HQ799.8.H6 N43 2006; UC General Education HQ799.8.H6 N43 2006)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. "Service participation, friendship networks, family support and developmental outcomes among low-income young people in Hong Kong." (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum; NGAI Ngan Pun; and TO Siu Ming) Paper presented in the 10th Nordic Youth Research Information Symposium, organized by Norwegian Social Research in Norway on June 13-15, 2008.



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. "Service Participation, Friendship Networks, Family Supports and Developmental Outcomes among Low-Income Young People in Hong Kong." (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum; NGAI Ngan Pun; and TO Siu Ming) Paper presented in the Nordic Youth Research Conference (NYRIS 10) on Bonds and Communities – Young People and Their Social Ties, 13 pgs. Lillehammer, Norway, 2008.



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. "Strain as a Predisposing Factor of the Delinquent Behavior of Adolescents in Mainland China and Hong Kong."(co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun) Paper presented in International Sociological Association XV World Congress of Sociology, Brisbane, Australia, 2002



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. Strategic research on the value and effectiveness of summer youth program: research report. (co-authored with Ngan-pun Ngai). Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1999
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HV1441.H6 N482 1999; UL HK Studies HV1441.H6 N482 1999)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. "Tackling Youth Unemployment: Revisiting Government Policy in Hong Kong". (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun)The 6th International Conference on Asian Youth Issues ed. by Yang Changjing, Xu Wenxin, An Guoqi, and Ngai, NP. pp.83-91. Beijing, China: China Youth & Children Research Center, China Youth & Children Research Association, Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, and Education and Youth Affairs Bureau, 2004.10.17.



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. "The Measurement of Internet Addiction: The Case of Hong Kong Secondary and Primary School Students." (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum; NGAI Ngan Pun) Paper presented in the Mainland China, Hong Kong & Macau Youth Research Roundtable Conference, Hong Kong, China, 2007.05.



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. The social and economic considerations of advertising in Hong Kong: an LISREL analysis.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Pamphlet Z691.C4524 S63 1980z)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. Trajectories of modernization and postmodernization in Hong Kong and Beijing: a research report. (co-authored with Kwan-kwok Leung, and Glenn Drover) Hong Kong: Dept. of Applied Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong, 2001.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HN752.5 .L486 2001; UL HK Studies HN752.5 .L486 2001)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. TV commercial doses and its impact on prosocial and antisocial values, impulsivity, and shop theft among school students: content analysis and causal modeling (co-authored with C.F. Chan) Hong Kong: Faculty of Business Administration, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1988
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HD30.W67 no.88-07; UL HK Studies HD30.W67 no.88-07)



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. "When Does Career Strain Reduce Delinquency? Friendship Concern in Hong Kong." (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum)International Journal of Adolescence and Youth (Oxon, United Kingdom: AB Academic Publishers) vol.12 no.1/2 (June 2005), pp.131-147



  • CHEUNG Chau Kiu. Young people's support for their parents: a comparative study of Hong Kong and Shanghai (co-authored with Ngan-pun Ngai and Han Xiaoyan) Hong Kong: Faculty of Social Science, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2008
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HQ799.H6 N53 2008; UL HK Studies HQ799.H6 N53 2008; UC General Education HQ799.H6 N53 2008)



  • CHEUNG Francis Y. L.; TANG So Kum Catherine and YAN Elsie C. W. "Psychosocial Factors Influencing Service Duration among Elderly Chinese Voluntary Workers in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the 5th Australian Industrial & Organisational Psychology Conference, organized by The Australian Psychological Society, Melbourne, Australia, 2003.06.



  • Chi Yan WONG and TANG So Kum Catherine. "Personality, Psychosocial Variables, and Life Satisfaction of Chinese Gay Men in Hong Kong". Journal of Happiness Studies vol.4. Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003. pp.285-293



  • CHOW Bonnie Wing Yin and McBRIDE-CHANG Catherine Alexandra. "Promoting Language and Literacy Development Through Parent-child Reading in Hong Kong Preschoolers". Early Education & Development vol.14 no.2, pp.233-248. USA: Wide Range Inc, 2003.04.



  • CHOW S. Y. Venus; CHAN Kwan Shing Darius and CHIU S. M. "A Behavioral Analysis of Conflict Resolution Among Hong Kong Chinese". Paper presented in the Hong Kong Psychological Society Annual Conference 2003, organized by Hong Kong Psychological Society, Hong Kong, 2003.06.14.



  • CHUNG Yee-ha Ida and SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "A Study of Help-seeking Characteristics and Psychological Well-being of Young heroin Abusers in Hong Kong". CUHK MPhil Thesis . 1998.



  • Elsie Chau Wai YAN and TANG So Kum Catherine. "The Long-term Impact of Child Abuse: A Study of Young Adults in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Hong Kong Psychological Society Annual Conference 2003, organized by Hong Kong Psychological Society, Hong Kong, 2003.06.14.



  • FUNG Heidi; LIEBER Eli and LEUNG Wing Leung Patrick. "Parental Beliefs About Shame and Moral Socialization in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and the United States". Progress in Asian social psychology: Conceptual and empirical contributions ed. by K.S. Yang, K.K. Hwang, P.B. Pedersen and I. Daibo. USA: Praeger Publishers, 2003. pp.83-109.



  • HO Chung Lim; LEUNG Jin Pang John and FUNG Hoi Lam Helene. "Teacher Expectation of Higher Disciplinary Problems and Stress Among Hong Kong Secondary School Teachers". Educational Research Journal vol.18 no.1, Hong Kong: The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2003. pp.41-55.



  • HUI E. K. P.; WATKINS D.; WONG T. K. M. and SUN Chui Fun. "Religion and Forgiveness from a Hong Kong Chinese Perspective". Pastoral Psychology vol.55 no.2, Netherlands: Springer, 2006. pp.183-195.



  • LAI Beatrice and TANG So Kum Catherine. "The Prevalence and Psychosocial Correlates of Disordered Eating among Pregnant Women in Hong Kong". Hong Kong Psychological Society Annual Conference 2003 organized by Hong Kong Psychological Society, Hong Kong, 2003.06.14.



  • LAM Ching Man. "Adolescent cough medicine abuse in Hong Kong: Implications for the design of positive youth development programs in Hong Kong". (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel) International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.18 no.3, Israel: Freud Publishing House Ltd, 2006. pp.493-503.



  • LAM Ching Man. "Adolescent cough medicine abuse in Hong Kong: Implications for the design of psoitive youth development programs in Hong Kong". (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel) Positive Youth Development: Development of a Pioneering Program in a Chinese Context ed. by D.T.J. Shek, H.K. Ma, & J. Merrick. London, United Kingdom: Freund Publishing Company, 2007. pp.25-36.



  • LAM Ching Man. "Beliefs about Cough Medicine Abuse Among Chinese Young People in Hong Kong". (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel) Social Behavior and Personality: An International Journal vol.36 no.1, 2008. p.135-144.



  • LAM Ching Man. "Community Partnership for Family Empowerment: The Hong Kong Model". (co-authored with TAM Wai Ming Frank) Paper presented in the Fifth National Parenting Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 2002.11.



  • LAM Ching Man. "Consultancy study on the promotion of parent education for economically disadvantaged and hard-to-reach families.". (co-authored with TAM Wai Ming Frank and LEUNG Tse Fong Terry) Conference on strengthening Hong Kong’s families - Awareness, Commitment and Action. Hong Kong SAR: H K Government, 2006.09. pp.68.



  • LAM Ching Man. Cough Medicine Absue among Young People in Hong Kong. (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel and NGAI Sek Yum) Hong Kong SAR: Tung Wah Group of Hospitals, 2004.06.



  • LAM Ching Man. "Evaluation of Project P.A.T.H.S. in Hong Kong: Utilization of Student Weekly Diary". (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel, SUN Chui Fun, LUNG Wai Man and LO Sui Chung) The Scientific World Journal: TSW Holistic Health and Medicine vol.8. 2008. pp.13-21.



  • LAM Ching Man. "Frequency, quality and satisfaction dimensions of perceived parent-adolescent communication among Chinese adolescent in Hong Kong". (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel and LEE Tak Yan) Trends in Behavioral Psychology Research ed. by R.L. Marrowlin. United States of America: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2007. pp.17-33.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL BF76.5 .T74 2007)



  • LAM Ching Man. "Frequency, satisfaction and quality dimensions of perceived parent-adolescent communication among Chinese adolescents in Hong Kong". (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel, LEE Britta Mailynn and LEE Tak Yan) International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.18 no.2, Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2006. pp.259-270.



  • LAM Ching Man. "In search of the meaning of parent education in the Hong Kong-Chinese context". Contemporary issues in parenting ed. by Melissa J. Kane. United States of America: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2005.12. pp.111-124.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HQ755.8 .C6546 2005)



  • LAM Ching Man. "P.A.T.H.S. to Adulthood: The positive youth Development program in Hong Kong.". (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel) Paper presented in the VIIIth International Conference on Youth and Childhoods. Lucknow, India, 2007.11.



  • LAM Ching Man. "Parent Adolescent Communication and Adjusstment in Chinese Adolescents in Hong Kong". (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel, TANG Mun Yu and LEE Britta Mailynn) Paper presented in the Social work symposium: Knowledge, Paractice in Chinese Societies - Challenges Ahead, organized by Social Work Department, CUHK, HKSAR, 2003.12.



  • LAM Ching Man. "The Promotion of Parent Education in Hong Kong". (co-authored with TAM Wai Ming Frank, HO Sui Chu; CHENG Hon Man Roger and MA Lai Chong) A consultancy study final report. Hong Kong SAR: Board of Education, HKSAR, 2001.



  • LAM Ching Man. "Psychological Adjustment of Chinese Adolescents with Economic Disadvantages: A Pioneer Longitudinal Study in Hong Kong". (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel, LAM Mong Chow Amy, TANG Mun Yu and TSOI Kcon Wah) Hong Kong Journal of Social Work vol.37 no.1, Hong Kong SAR, 2003. pp.97-100.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Periodical HV1 .H68 v.37-39, 2003-05)



  • LAM Ching Man. "A qualitative study of cough medicine abuse among Chinese young people in Hong Kong". (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel) Journal of Substance Use vol.11 no.4, United Kingdom: Taylor & Francis, 2006. pp.233-244.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical W1 .J9172 v.11, 2006; Available Online)



  • LAM Ching Man. Racial discrimination in Hong Kong: Prevalence and impact. (co-authored with TANG Kwong Leung, LAM Mong Chow Amy and NGAI Sek Yum ) Hong Kong SAR: CUHK, 2006.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize DS796.H79 A275 2006; UL HK Studies DS796.H79 A275 2006 c.2)



  • LAM Ching Man. Report on Pilot Study of Policies for Strengthening Family Functioning in Hong Kong. (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum, TANG Kwong Leung, LAM Mong Chow Amy and CHEUNG Chau-kiu) Hong Kong, 2005.



  • LAM Ching Man. "Repositioning risk in social work education: Reflections arising from the threat of SARS to social work students in Hong Kong during their field practicum". (co-authored with LEUNG Tse Fong Terry and WONG Hung) Social Work Education vol.26 no.4, London, United Kingdom: Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), 2006. pp.389-398.



  • LAM Chiu Wan; SHEK Tan Lei Daniel; NG Ho Yee; YEUNG Ka Ching and LAM Debbie Ob. "An innovation in drug prevention programs for adolescents: The Hong Kong Astro Program". International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.17 no.4, Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2006. pp.343-353.



  • LAM Mong Chow. "Adolescent Chinese Immigrants in Hong Kong: A Comparison with Locally Born Students and Factors Associated with Their Psychologocal Well-being". (co-authored with TSOI Kcon Wah and CHAN Ting Sam) International Journal Of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.17 no.2, pp.157-168. Tel Aviv, Isreal: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2005.



  • LAM Mong Chow. Advances in Social Welfare in Hong Kong. (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel, AU Chor Fai and LEE Jik Joen) Hong Kong, P.R.C.: The Chinese University Press, 2002.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV431 .A38 2002 c.3; UL Reserve 4 hours HV431 .A38 2002 c.4; UL HK Studies HV431 .A38 2002 c.2; CC Reserve 4 hours HV431 .A38 2002)



  • LAM Mong Chow. Caretaking forms and styles in urban Hong Kong : a pilot study on three-year-old children. (co-authored with Fanny M. Cheung and Betsy T.W. Chau) Occasional papers / Centre for Hong Kong Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong ; no. 14. Hong Kong : Centre for Hong Kong Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1986.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H7 O3 no.14; UL HK Studies DS796.H7 O3 no.14)



  • LAM Mong Chow. Caregiving techniques and pre-school children's development in Hong Kong families. (co-authored with Fanny M. Cheung and Betsy T.W. Chau) Occasional papers (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Centre for Hong Kong Studies) ; no. 29. Hong Kong: Centre for Hong Kong Studies, Institute of Social Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1990.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H7 O3 no.29; UL HK Studies DS796.H7 O3 no.29)



  • LAM Mong Chow. Changing pattern of child rearing : a study of the low-income families in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Social Work Department, Chinese University of Hong Kong in association with UNICEF, 1982.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HQ769.L54; UL HK Studies HQ769.L54 c.5)



  • LAM Mong Chow. "Evidence-based Social Work Practice in Hong Kong". (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel and TSOI Kcon Wah) International Perspectives on Evidence-based Practice in Social Work ed. by B. Thyer and M. Kazi. London: Venture Press, 2004. pp.213-222.



  • LAM Mong Chow. "Life Themes in the Narratives of Young Chinese Immigrants Who Have Successfully Adjusted to Life in Hong Kong". (co-authored with CHAN Ting Sam) Journal of Youth Studies vol.7 no.4, United Kingdom: Carfax Publishing, 2004.12. pp.433-449.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HQ793 .J68 v.7, 2004; Available Online)



  • LAM Mong Chow. "Psychological Well-Being of Newly Arrived and Locally Born Adolescents in Hong Kong: A Comparative Study". (co-authored with TSOI Kcon Wah and CHAN Ting Sam) The Hong Kong Journal Social Work vol.37 no.2, Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong Social Workers Association Ltd., 2003. pp.223-228.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Periodical HV1 .H68 v.37-39, 2003-05)



  • LAM Mong Chow. Racial discrimination in Hong Kong: Prevalence and impact. (co-authored with TANG Kwong Leung, LAM Ching Man and NGAI Sek Yum) Hong Kong SAR: CUHK, 2006.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize DS796.H79 A275 2006; UL HK Studies DS796.H79 A275 2006 c.2)



  • LAM Mong Chow. Report on Pilot Study of Policies for Strengthening Family Functioning in Hong Kong. (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum; TANG Kwong Leung; LAM Ching Man and CHEUNG Chau-kiu) Hong Kong, 2005.



  • LAM Mong Chow. Social work in Hong Kong : reflections and challenges. (co-authored with Shek D.T.L and Au C.F.) Hong Kong : The Chinese University of Hong Kong Department of Social Work, 1997.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV431 .H744 1997; UL HK Studies HV431 .H744 1997 c.2; NA General Education HV431 .H744 1997 c.4)



  • LAM Mong Chow. "Tackling Discrimination among Ethnic Minorities: The Case of Post-Colonial Hong Kong". (co-authored with TANG Kwong Leung and NGAI Sek Yum) The Indian Journal of Social Work vol.65 no.3, Mumbai, India: Tata Institute of Social Sciences, 2004.07. pp.352-272.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HV1.I5 v.65, 2004)



  • LAU Yuk King. "The Comparison of Labor Force Participation of Married Women and Men in Hong Kong: A Family Life Cycle Perspective". (co-authored with MA Lai Chong and CHAN Ying Keung) Paper presented in the Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences. Hawaii, United States of America, 2003.06.13.



  • LAU Yuk King. "A Critical Review of Social Work Practice with Post-divorce Families in Hong Kong". Hong Kong Journalof Social Work vol.37 no.1, Hong Kong, China, 2003. pp.73-84.



  • LAU Yuk King. "A Cultural Challenge: Multiple Family Groups for Post-separation and Post-divorce Families in Hong Kong". Social Work with Groups vol.21 no.1/2, USA: Haworth Press, 1998. pp.77-87.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HV45.S63 v.21, 1998-99)



  • LAU Yuk King. "Division of Labour in Hong Kong Families: Reflections and Challenges for Social Work" (與馬麗莊及陳膺強合著), Journal of Social Work Practice and Evaluation 第2卷, 第7期, Hon g Kong, China, 2003, 頁3-29.



  • LAU Yuk King. "Faciliatating factors for nonresident parents' financial provisions for children in Hong Kong". Asia-Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development vol.17 no.2, 2007. pp.44-53.



  • LAU Yuk King. "Hong Kong residents working in Mainland China: Work-related separation and family-friendly employment policies". (co-authored with MA Lai Chong, CHAN Ying Keung and HE Li Ping) International Employment Relations Review vol.12 no.2, Australia: International Employment Relations Assocation, 2006. pp.78-90.



  • LAU Yuk King. "Labor Force Participation of Married Women in Hong Kong: A Feminist Perspective". (co-authored with MA Lai Chong and CHAN Ying Keung)Journal of Comparative Family Studies vol.37 no.1, pp.93-112. Calgary, Canada, 2006.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • LAU Yuk King. "Married Women's Status in Hong Kong". Global Social Work 2004 Congress 2004.09.02.



  • LAU Yuk King. Nonresident parents' participation in post-divorce co-parenthood in Hong Kong its determinants and impacts on children's self-esteem (China).
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • LAU Yuk King. "Paradoxical Social Discourse on Single Parent Families in Hong Kong". Joint conference of AASW, IFSW and AASWWE on 26-29, Sept., 1999 at Brisbane, Australia AASW, IFSW, APASW and AASWWE, 1999.



  • LAU Yuk King. "Parent-child Relationship, Children's Appraisal on Parental Conflicts and CHildren's Self-esteem in Post-divorce Families in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Social Work Symposium: Knowledge, Practice and Research in CHinese Societies - Challenges Ahead, organized by Department of Social Work, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2003.12.04. p.14.



  • LAU Yuk King. "Parent-child relationship, parental relationship and children's self-esteem in post-divorce families in Hong Kong". Marriage and Family Review vol.42 no.4, pp.87-103. 2007.



  • LAU Yuk King. "Patterns of post-divorce parental alliance and children’s self-esteem in Hong Kong". Journal of Divorce and Remarriage vol.47 no.3/4, 2007. pp.155-173.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • LAU Yuk King. "A resilience perspective on family adjustment to cross-border work arrangements of Hong Kong residents". (co-authored with MA Lai Chong, CHAN Ying Keung and HE Li Ping) China Journal of Social Work vol.1 no.3, 2008. pp.208-220.



  • LAU Yuk King. "School dropout in Hong Kong: Analysis of an exploratory study". (co-authored with TSANG Yuk Piu and KWOK Kan Diana) Paper presented in the The 7th International Conference on Asian Youth Issues, organized by Interantional Sociological Association Research Committee 34 Sociology of Youth. Macau, China, 2005.12.08.



  • LAU Yuk King. "Social Care in Hong Kong: Challenges and Responses". (co-authored with TANG Kwong Leung and FUNG Ho Lup) Challenge of Social Care in Asia ed. by Ngoh Tiong Tan and S. Vasoo. Singapore: Marshall Cavenish Academic Press, 2006.07. pp.43-62.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV376 .C53 2006)



  • LAU Yuk King. "Social care in Hong Kong: Challenges and responses". (co-authored with TANG Kwong Leung and FUNG Ho Lup) Social Care in Asia ed. by Tan, Vasoo & Ngan . Singapore: Eatern Universities Press, 2005. pp.43-62.



  • LAU Yuk King. "Social Welfare Services for Single Parent Families in Hong Kong: A Paradox". Child and Family Social Work vol.8 no.1, 2003.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HV701 .C48 v.8, 2003; Available Online)



  • LAU Yuk King. "Supporting Hong Kong families with parents working in the Mainland". (co-authored with Ma Lai Chong Joyce, CHAN Ying Keung and HE Li Ping) Symposium on "family and family interventions across different cultures Hong Kong, 2007.05.18.



  • LEE Antoinette Marie and TANG So Kum Catherine. ""We Do Suffer!": A Cultural and Gendered Approach to Perimenstrual Distress among Chinese Women in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the XXV International Congress of Applied Psychology, International Association of Applied Psychology Singapore, 2002.07.



  • LEE Jik Joen. Advances in Social Welfare in Hong Kong. (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel, LAM Mong Chow Amy and AU Chor Fai). Hong Kong, P.R.C.: The Chinese University Press, 2002.



  • LEE Jik Joen. Development, delivery, and utilization of services under the Older Americans Act : a perspective of Asian American elderly. New York : Garland, 1991.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV1465.L44)



  • LEE Jik Joen. "An Exploratory Study on the Quality of Life of Older People Living Alone in Hong Kong". Social Indicators Research vol.71 no.1, Europedoi 10.1007/s11205-004-8027-x: Springer-Verlag, 2005.01. pp.335-361.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HN25.S64 v.71-72, 2005; Available Online)



  • LEE Jik Joen. A health survey of the elderly in Hong Kong. Hong Kong : Dept. of Social Work & Social Administration, University of Hong Kong, 1989.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HQ1064.H6 C44 c.2; UL HK Studies HQ1064.H6 C44; MD HQ1064.H6 C44)



  • LEE Jik Joen. "The Relationship between Gender and the psychological Impact of Urinary Incontinence on Older People in Hong Kong: An Exploratory Analysis". Aging and Society vol.24 no.4, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 2004.07. pp.553-566.



  • LEE Jik Joen. Retirement benefit programs : analysis and a proposed for Hong Kong. Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1991.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6H62 no.6; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6H62 no.6)



  • LEE Jik Joen. The road to the development of social welfare in Hong Kong : the historical issues. Occasional paper ; no. 51. Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, 1996.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.51; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.51 c.2)



  • LEE Jik Joen. Tung Wah Group of Hospitals : research on residential care service needs of the elders. Hong Kong : Social Welfare Practice and Research Centre, Dept. of Social Work, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2005.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HV1484.H62 L37 2005 c.2; UL HK Studies HV1484.H62 L37 2005)



  • LEE Kim Ming and WONG Hung. "Marginalized Workers in Postindustrial Hong Kong". The Journal of Comparative Asian Development vol.3 no.2, Hong Kong SAR, 2004. pp.249-280.



  • LEE Kim Ming; WONG Hung and LAW Kam Yee. "Social Polarisation and Poverty in the Global City: The Case of Hong Kong". China Report: A Journal of East Asian Studiesvol.2007 no.43, London, United Kingdom: Sage Publications Ltd, 2007. pp.1-30.



  • LEE Wing Sze Wincy and CHAN Kwan Shing Darius. "Information Technology and Burnout among Hong Kong Teachers; A Structural Equation Modeling Approach". Hong Kong Educational Research Association 2002 International Conference. Hong Kong, 2002.12.20. p.13



  • LEUNG A.; CHAN K.s.; LOU V. W. Q. and CHI I. "Identifying non-medical risk factors for falls among community-dwelling frail older adults in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Canadian RAI, organized by Canadian RAI. Canada, 2007.05.03.



  • LEUNG A.; CHI Iris; CHAN K.s. and LOU V. W. Q. "Factors affecting risk of falls: A study on community-dwelling frail older adults in Hong Kong". 1st Hong Kong Nursing Forum: Enhancing quality of care, pathway to future 2007.



  • LEUNG Tse Fong. 20 years of the Friends of Scouting.《童軍知友社二十年 : 1969-1989》 Hong Kong: The Friends of Scouting, The Scout Association of Hong Kong, 1990.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HS3270.H62 F73 1990)



  • LEUNG Tse Fong. "Community Reactions to the SARS Crisis in Hong Kong: Analysis of a Time-limited Counseling Hotline" (co-authored with WONG Hung). Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment vol.12 no.1, Binghamton, United States of America: Haworth Press, 2005. pp.1-22.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HM1001 .J54 v.12, 2005; Available Online)



  • LEUNG Tse Fong. "Consultancy study on the promotion of parent education for economically disadvantaged and hard-to-reach families." (co-authored with LAM Ching Man and TAM Wai Ming Frank). Conference on strengthening Hong Kong’s families - Awareness, Commitment and Action. Hong Kong SAR: H K Government, 2006.09.



  • LEUNG Tse Fong. Political empowerment of self-help groups : findings and action implications from two empirical studies. (co-authored with Bong-ho Mok) Hong Kong: The Friends of Scouting, The Scout Association of Hong Kong, 1990.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HV547 .M65 2008)



  • LEUNG Tse Fong. "Repositioning risk in social work education: Reflections arising from the threat of SARS to social work students in Hong Kong during their field practicum" (co-authored with LAM Ching Man and WONG Hung). Social Work Education vol.26 no.4, pp.389-398. London, United Kingdom: Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), 2006.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • LEUNG Tse Fong. "Unfermented Old Wine in a New Bottle –User Involvement in the Welfare Sector of Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Social Work Symposium: Knowledge, Paractice in Chinese Societies - Challenges Ahead, organized by Department of Social Work, CUHK, Hong Kong SAR, 2003.12.



  • LEUNG Tse Fong. "Welfare Service Users as Principal in the Accountability Relationship with the Professional Service Providers - A Realizable Vision or Rhetorical Claim in Hong Kong?". Paper presented in the Leadership, Voice and Accountability: Global and Local Perspectives, organized by Center for Local Democracy, United Kingdom, 2003.09.



  • LIU Carmen Ka Man and FUNG Hoi Lam Helene. "Hong Kong Gang Members' Social Network Composition and Psychological Well-being: Extending Socioemotional Selectivity Theory to the Study of Gang Involvement". Paper presented in the Hong Kong Psychological Society Annual Conference 2003, organized by Hong Kong Psychological Society, Hong Kong, 2003.06.14.



  • LOU Vivian Wei Qun. "Alcohol and youth in Hong Kong" (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel). Adolescence and alcohol: An international perspective ed. by I. Kandel, J. Merrick & L. Sher. United Kingdom: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2006. pp.85-96.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL WM274 .A26 2006)



  • LOU Vivian Wei Qun. "Alcohol Use and Abuse amongst Adolescents in Hong Kong" (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel). International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.18 no.1, 2006. p.69-79.



  • LOU Vivian Wei Qun. "Factors affecting risk of falls: A study on community-dwelling frail older adults in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LEUNG A., CHI Iris and CHAN K.s.). 1st Hong Kong Nursing Forum: Enhancing quality of care, pathway to future 2007.



  • LOU Vivian Wei Qun. The final report on a qualitative study of the recipients’ experiences of and attitudes towards the welfare benefit system in Hong Kong. (co-authored with WONG Chack Kie) A report submitted to the Central Policy Unite, HKSAR. Hong Kong, 2007.



  • LOU Vivian Wei Qun. "Final report on the profile of social work programs and training needs of higher education in the Chinese communities – Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan" (co-authored with GU D. H.; KUAN Y. Y. and LEUNG J. C. B.). IASSW Reported submitted to the International Association of Schools of Social Work. 2006.02.



  • LOU Vivian Wei Qun. "Gain and loss of being grandparents among Chinese older adults in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHI Iris). Paper presented in the Connecting Intergenerational Communities through Creative Exchange Conference, organized by International Consortium for Intergenerational Programmes, 89 pgs. Australia, 2006.06.



  • LOU Vivian Wei Qun. "Grandparenting and subjective well-being of older adults in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHI Iris). Paper presented in the The 8th Asia/Oceania Regional Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics. Beijing, 2007.



  • LOU Vivian Wei Qun. "Grandparenting Roles in Hong Kong: Types and Demographic Associates" (co-authored with CHI Iris.). Workshop on Alternate Generations in the Family: The Asian Perspective, National University of Singapore 2005.10.



  • LOU Vivian Wei Qun. "Grandparenting roles played by older people in Hong Kong". 13th Annual Congress of Gerontology, Hong Kong Association of Gerontology, 2005.11.



  • LOU Vivian Wei Qun. "Identifying non-medical risk factors for falls among community-dwelling frail older adults in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LEUNG A., CHAN K.s and CHI Iris). Paper presented in the Canadian RAI, organized by Canadian RAI, 1 pgs. Canada, 2007.05.03.



  • LOU Vivian Wei Qun. "Impact of Expectation Fulfillment on Post-migration Marital Happiness among Mainland Chinese Wives with Hong Kong Husbands" (co-authored with CHOW J.c. and CHAN C. L.w.). journal of social work research and evaluation vol.5 no.1,. 2004. pp.199-212



  • LOU Vivian Wei Qun. "Intergenerational relationships in Hong Kong – Does living arrangement count?" (co-authored with CHI Iris). Paper presented in the 5th International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health, organized by HKU. Hong Kong SAR, 2006.12.12.



  • LOU Vivian Wei Qun. "Mental health of the frail older adults in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHAN K.s., LEUNG A. and CHI Iris). Paper presented in the Canadian RAI Conference, organized by Canada RAI, Canada, 2007.05.03.



  • LOU Vivian Wei Qun. Social welfare and women : the dominant approach and the feminist critique. (co-authored with Kwong-leung Tang) Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2006.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.169 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.169)



  • LOU Vivian Wei Qun. "Women in Split Families: The Case of Mainland Chinese Wives and Their Hong Kong Husbands" (co-authored with LOW Looi Looi). Old Challenges New Strategies: Women, Work and Family in Contemporary Asia ed. by L. L. Thang & W. H. Yu. 2004. pp.233-248.



  • MA H. K. and SUN Chui Fun. "Development of A Positive Youth Development Program in Hong Kong: Overview of The Proposed Curriculum for The Junior Secondary School Years". International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.18 no.3, Tel Aviv, Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2006. pp.417-431.



  • MA Hing Keung and SUN Chui Fun. "Development of A Positive Youth Development Program in Hong Kong: Overview of The Proposed Curriculum for The Junior Secondary School Years". Positive Youth Development: Development of a Pioneering Program in a Chinese Context ed. by D. T. L. Shek, H. K. Ma & J. Merrick. London: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2007. pp.109-214.



  • MA Hing Keung; SHEK Tan Lei Daniel and CHEUNG Ping Chung. "The Relation of Social Influences and Social Relationships to Prosocial and Antisocial Behavior in Hong Kong Chinese Adolescents". Advances in Psychology Research (Volume 8) ed. by Shohov, S.P. 1st ed. New York, U.S.A.: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2002. pp.177-201.



  • MA Hing Keung; SHEK Tan Lei Daniel; CHEUNG Ping Chung and LAM Oi Bun Christina. "Parental, Peer, and Teacher Influences on the Social Behavior of Hong Kong Chinese Adolescents.". Journal of Genetic Psychology vol.161 no.1, United States of America: Heldref Publications, 2000. pp.65-78.



  • MA Hing Keung; SHEK Tan Lei Daniel; CHEUNG Ping Chung and TAM Ka Keung. "A Longitudinal Study of Peer and Teacher Influences on Prosocial and Antisocial Behavior of Hong Kong Chinese Adolescents". Social Behavior and Personality vol.30 no.2, Wellington, New Zealand, 2002. pp.157-168.



  • MA Hing Keung; SHEK Tan Lei Daniel; CHEUNG Ping Chung and TAM Ka Keung. "A Longitudinal Study of Prosocial and Antisocial Behavior of Hong Kong Chinese Adolescents: The Influence of Parents, Peers, and Teachers". Advances in Psychology Research (Volume 34) ed. by Shohov, S.P. New York, United States of America: Nova Science Publishers, 2005. pp.207-220.



  • MA L.C. Joyce. "Meaning of Adolescent Shoplifting: A Case Study of a Hong Kong Chinese Family". Journal of Family Social Work vol.5 no.4, pp.69-83. USA, 2001.



  • MA L.C. Joyce; CHOW Y.M. Mina; LEE Sing and LAI Kelly. "Family Meaning of Self-starvation: Themes Discerned in Family Treatment in Hong Kong". Journal of Family Therapy vol.24, Ma, USA: Blackwell Publishers, 2002.05. pp.57-71.



  • MA Lai Chong. "Book review of the book "Marriage, Divorce and Remarriage: Professional Practice in Hong Kong" written by Katherine Young and Anita Fok". Hong Kong Journal of Social Work vol.40 no.1 & 2 Hong Kong, China: World Science, 2006. p. 153-155.



  • MA Lai Chong. "The Comparison of Labor Force Participation of Married Women and Men in Hong Kong: A Family Life Cycle Perspective" (co-authored with LAU Yuk King and CHAN Ying Keung). Paper presented in the Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences. Hawaii, United States of America, 2003.06.13.



  • MA Lai Chong. "Decision making process of Hong Kong Chinese families seeking Child and adolescent psychiatric consultation-A qualitative study" (co-authored with LAI Yee Ching Kelly and PUN Shuk Han). Paper presented in the 3rd International Conference of Social Work in Health and Mental Health Tampere, Finland, 2001.07.03.



  • MA Lai Chong. "Division of Labour in Hong Kong Families: Reflections and Challenges for Social Work" (與劉玉 及陳膺強合著),. Journal of Social Work Practice and Evaluation 第2卷第7期,Hon g Kong, China, 2003, p. 3-29.



  • MA Lai Chong. Economic Dfficulties and Hong Kong People's FamiyLife--Im plications for Social Work Practice (co-authored with王家英及劉玉). Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, CUHK, 2003.07.



  • MA Lai Chong. "Help-seeking Experiences of Hong Kong Chinese Families Seeking Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Consultation -- a Qualitative Study" (co-authored with PUN S H and LAI Yee Ching Kelly). Hong Kong Journal of Mental Health vol.33 no.1&2, Hong Kong SAR, 2004. pp.20-41.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical W1 .H56)



  • MA Lai Chong. "Hong Kong" (co-authored with NG Emil Man Lun). International Encyclopedia of Sexuality vol.4, New York, USA: Continuum International Publishing Group Inc, 2001. pp.216-245.



  • MA Lai Chong. "Hong Kong residents working in Mainland China: Work-related separation and family-friendly employment policies" (co-authored with LAU Yuk King, CHAN Ying Keung and HE Li Ping). International Employment Relations Review vol.12 no.2, Australia: International Employment Relations Assocation, 2006. pp.78-90.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • MA Lai Chong. "Labor Force Participation of Married Women in Hong Kong: A Feminist Perspective" (co-authored with LAU Yuk King and CHAN Ying Keung). Journal of Comparative Family Studies vol.37 no.1, Calgary, Canada, 2006. pp.93-112.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HQ1.J44 v.37, 2006; Available Online)



  • MA Lai Chong. "Meaning of adolescent shoplifting: A case study of a Hong Kong Chinese family". Journal of Family Social Work vol.5 no.4, USA, 2001. pp.69-84.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HV1.J545 v.5, 2000-01)



  • MA Lai Chong. "Outcome of Family Therapy for Chinese Adolescents Suffering from Self-starvation in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAI Yee Ching Kelly). 7th Interanational Eating Disorders Conference 2005.04.



  • MA Lai Chong. "Parenting Distress and Parental investment of Hong Kong Chinese Parents with a Child Having an Emotional or Behavioral Problem: A Qualitative Study" (co-authored with LAI Yee Ching Kelly and PUN Shuk Han). Child and Family Social Work vol. 7, UK: Blackwell Science Ltd, 2002. pp.99-106.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HV701 .C48 v.7, 2002)



  • MA Lai Chong. "Perceived treatment effectiveness of family therapy for Chinese adolescence suffering from self-starvation in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAI Yee Ching Kelly). International Society for Psychotherapy Research Meeting 2005.07.



  • MA Lai Chong. "The Promotion of Parent Education in Hong Kong" (co-authored with TAM Wai Ming Frank, LAM Ching Man, HO Sui Chu and CHENG Hon Man Roger) A consultancy study final report. Hong Kong SAR: Board of Education, HKSAR, 2001.



  • "Reappraisal of Family-centred Social Work in Hong Kong". Caritas Hong Kong ed. b y Caritas Hong Kong. Hong Kong, China, 2003. pp.83-101.



  • MA Lai Chong. "A resilience perspective on family adjustment to cross-border work arrangements of Hong Kong residents" (co-authored with LAU Yuk King, CHAN Ying Keung and HE Li Ping). China Journal of Social Work vol.1 no.3, 2008. pp.208-220.



  • MA Lai Chong. "Supporting Hong Kong families with parents working in the Mainland" (co-authored with Lau Yuk King, CHAN Ying Keung and HE Li Ping). Symposium on family and family interventions across different cultures. Hong Kong, 2007.05.18.



  • MAN Anton F. De; WONG Iris N. and LEUNG Wing Leung Patrick. "Perceived Parental Favoritism and Suicidal Ideation in Hong Kong Adolescents". Social Behavior and Personality vol.31 no.3, pp.245-252. New Zealand: Society For Personality Research, 2003.



  • MCAULEY P. and BOND Michael Harris. "The Relationship of Implicit and Self-Attributed Needs to Well-being in Hong Kong Working Adults". Paper presented in the 25th International Congress of Applied Psychology, organized by International Association of Applied Psychology. Singapore, 2002.07.10.



  • MCAULEY Peta Lorrina; BOND Michael Harris and KASHIMA E. "Toward Defining Situations Objectively: A Culture-Level Analysis of Role Dyads in Hong Kong And Australia". Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology vol.33 no.4. 2002.07. pp.363-379



  • MCAULEY Peta Lorrina; BOND Michael Harris and NG I. "'What Makes Hong Kong People Happy?' Predicting Subjective Well-Being in Hong Kong Adults". XXV International Congress of Applied Psychology Singapore, 2002.07.01.



  • McBRIDE-CHANG Catherine Alexandra and TREIMAN Rebecca. "Hong Kong Chinese Kindergartners Learn to Read English Analytically". Psychological Science vol.14 no.2, USA: American Psychology Society, 2003.03. pp.138-143.



  • MCBRIDE-Chang, C. and CHANG, L. "Adolescent-Parent Relations in Hong Kong: Parenting Styles, Emotional Autonomy, and School Achievement". Journal of Genetic Psychology vol.159 no.4. 1998. pp.421-436



  • MOK Bong Ho. Community programme evaluation : a study of the demand and existing practice of evaluation in the Summer Youth programme in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Social Research Centre,Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1979.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6H6 no.85; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6H6 no.85 c.5)



  • MOK Bong Ho. Influence through political power : the emergence of social workers as politicians in the recent political reform in Hong Kong. Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1991.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize H62.5.H6 H63 no.3 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H63 no.3)



  • MOK Bong Ho. Local case studies in social work with groups. (co-authored with Anthony Lui, Chow Yuk-ying, Liu Saufong) Hong Kong : Committee on Instructional Development, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1981.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV45 .M64; UL HK Studies HV45 .M64 c.2)



  • MOK Bong Ho. "Organizing Self-help Groups for Empowerment and Social Change: Findings and Insights from an Empirical Studt in Hong Kong". Journal of Community Practice vol.13 no.1, United States of America: The Haworth Press, Inc., 2005.07.01. pp.49-67.



  • MOK Bong Ho. Political empowerment of self-help groups : findings and action implications from two empirical studies. (co-authored with Tse-fong Leung) Hong Kong : Social Welfare Practice and Research Centre, Dept. of Social Work, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2008.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HV547 .M65 2008)



  • MOK Bong Ho. Problem behavior of adolescents in Hong Kong : a socio-cultural perspective. Hong Kong : Centre for Hong Kong Studies,Institute of Social Studies,Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1985.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H7O3 no.7 c.2; UL HK Studies DS796.H7O3 no.7)



  • MOK Bong Ho. "Self-help Group Participation and Empowerment in Hong Kong". Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare vol.31 no.3, USA, 2004.09.01. pp.153-168.



  • MOK Bong Ho. "Prevalence, Role and Functions of Self-help Groups in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHAU Kin Lam Kenneth, FUNG Ho Lup and NGAI Ngan Pun). The Hong Kong Journal of SocialWork World Scientific. vol.37 no.1, Hong Kong, China: Hon g Kong Social Workers Association Limited, 2003.07.01. pp.87-96.



  • NAKONZ Jonas and SHIK Wai Yan Angela. "And all your problems are gone: Religious coping strategies among Philippine migrant workers in Hong Kong.". Mental Health, Religion & Culture . London: Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), 2008. pp.1-14



  • NG Min Lun and MA Lai Chong. "Hong Kong--Updates". Contnuun Com peenternationaEncyclopaedia of Sexuality ed. by R. T. Francoeur & R. J. Noonan. New York, United States of America: Continuum, 2004. pp.489-502.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. Assessing the likelihood of crime and delinquency : a study of marginal youths in Hong Kong. Hong Kong : Dept. of Social Work, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2001.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HV9210.A5 C65 2002 c.2; UL HK Studies HV9210.A5 C65 2002; UC General Education HV9210.A5 C65 2002 c.4)



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. Assessing the Likelihood of Crime and Delinquency: A Study of Marginal Youths in Hong Kong. (co-authored with CHEUNG Chau-Kiu, XIE Xialing, SUN Zhongxin, TU Minxia and CHEN Jijing) Hong Kong, 2001.07.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HV9213.A5 A77 2001; UL HK Studies HV9213.A5 A77 2001 c.3; UC General Education HV9213.A5 A77 2001 c.4)



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Barriers and Facilitators to the Acceptance of Social Work Services among Hong Kong Youth-at-risk" (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum and CHEUNG Chau-kiu). Paper presented in the Mainland China-Hong Kong-Macau Youth Research Roundtable Conference. Hong Kong, 2007.05.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Chinese Perception of Preconditions for Need Satisfaction: A Comparative Study of Hong Kong and Tianjin" (co-authored with WONG Chack Kie and PENG Huamin). Paper presented in The International Conference on Sociology and Contemporary Chinese Society. Nankai University, China, 2002.11.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. A comparative study of the likelihood of delinquency of marginal youth in Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Shanghai. Hong Kong : Faculty of Social Science, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2002.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HV9210.A5 C65 2002 c.2; UL HK Studies HV9210.A5 C65 2002 )



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Differential Effects of Service Experience and Classroom Reflection on Service-Learning Outcomes: A Study of University Students in Hong Kong" (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum). International Journal of Adolescence and Youth vol.12. 2005. pp.231-250



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Effects of Playing Online Game on Youth Problems in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHEUNG Chau-kiu and NGAI Sek Yum). Paper presented in the Mainland China-Hong Kong-Macau Youth Research Roundtable Conference. Hong Kong, 2007.05.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Effects of Youth’s Policy Awareness on Support for Their Parents in Hong Kong and Shanghai" (co-authored with CHEUNG Chau-kiu and NGAI Sek Yum). Paper presented in the 8th International Conference on Asian Youth & Childhoods. Lucknow, India, 2007.11.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Empowerment or Disempowerment? A Critical Review of Youth Training Schemes for Non-Engaged Youth in Hong Kong" (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum). The XVI ISA World Congress of Sociology held in Durban, South Africa, 2006.07.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Empowerment or Disempowerment? A Review of Youth Training Schemes for Non-Engaged Young People in Hong Kong" (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum). Adolescence vol.42 no.165, 2007. pp.137-149.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Environmental Influences on Risk Taking among Hong Kong Young Dance Partygoers" (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum and CHEUNG Chau Kiu). Adolescence vol.41 no.164, 2006. pp.739-752.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Family abusive risk and social assistance opportunity in marginal youth’s life course: Clues to delinquent inclination in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Guangzhou" (co-authored with CHEUNG Chau Kiu and NGAI Sek Yum). A paper presented at the 7th International Conference on Asian Youth Issues: Opportunities and Challenges of Youth in New Era, organized by the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau, Macao SAR on 5-9 Dec 2005.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Family Strain and Adolescent Delinquency in Two Chinese Cities, Guangzhou and Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHEUNG Chau Kiu and NGAI Sek Yum). Journal of Child & Family Studies vol.16 no.5, 2007. pp.626-641.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. Family stress and adolescent mental health : a study on school youth in Hong Kong and Guangzhou. (co-authored with Law Wai-on, Simon in collaboration with Liu Xiaogang and Zhou Feng) Hong Kong : : Dept. of Social Work, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1994.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HQ799.H6F35 1994; UL HK Studies HQ799.H6F35 1994 c.3)



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Humanist Approaches to Youth Development in the Summer Youth Program of Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHEUNG Chau Kiu). Journal of Social Service Research Vol.31, Issue No.2 1-24. USA: The Haworth Press, 2004.09.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Key Elements Contributing to Leadership Development in Service-Learning: A Study of University Students in Hong Kong" (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum). Paper presented in the International Symposium on Youth Leadership in a Transformational Society. Beijing, China, 2007.10.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Marginal Youths’ Likelihood of Crime and Delinquency: A Study in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHEUNG Chau-Kiu). Paper presented in the 3rd International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health, organized by Dept. of Social Policy and Social Work, University of Tampere, The Finnish Society for Social Work Research and the Association of Social Workers in Health Care. Tampere, Finland, 2001.07.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "The Measurement of Internet Addiction: The Case of Hong Kong Secondary and Primary School Students" (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum and CHEUNG Chau Kiu). Paper presented in the Mainland China, Hong Kong & Macau Youth Research Roundtable Conference, Hong Kong, China, 2007.05. 15 pgs.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Person-centered Approach: Skills in Field Instruction for Chinese Students in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHAN Wai Yee). "From Quality Assurance to Quality Enhancement - Nature and Mechanism of Professional Competence in Counselling" Conference organized by The Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association and The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Department of Applied Social Studies. Hong Kong, China, 2003.08.23.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Policy Awareness and Support for Parents: A Comparative Study of Young People in Hong Kong and Shanghai" (co-authored with CHEUNG Chau Kiu and NGAI Sek Yum). Paper presented in the 45th Anniversary Symposium of CUHK Social Work Department on Social Work Practice & Education in Chinese Societies. Hong Kong SAR, 2008.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Predictors of the Likelihood of Delinquency: A Study of Marginal Youth in Hong Kong, China" (co-authored with CHEUNG Chau Kiu). Youth & Society USA: Sage Publications, Inc., 2005.06. p. 445 - 470.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Prevalence, Role and Functions of Self-help Groups in Hong Kong" (co-authored with MOK Bong Ho, CHAU Kin Lam Kenneth and FUNG Ho Lup). The Hong Kong Journal of SocialWork World Scientific. vol.37 no.1, Hong Kong, China: Hon g Kong Social Workers Association Limited, 2003.07.01. pp.87-96.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. Report on Risk-taking Behavior among Hong Kong Young Dance Partygoers: What They Do and Why (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum and CHEUNG Chau-kiu). Hong Kong, 2006.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. A report on the study of China's youth policy. (co-authored with Lu ShiZhen) Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, 1997.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HQ799.C55 R46 1997; UL HK Studies HQ799.C55 R46 1997 c.3; CC HQ799.C55 R46 1997 c.4)



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Risk-Taking among Hong Kong Young Dance Partygoers: What They Do and Why" (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum and CHEUNG Chau Kiu). The 7th International Conference on Asian Youth Issues held in Macau organized by ISA R34 & Macau SAR Government. 2005.12.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. Risk-taking behavior among Hong Kong young dance partygoers : what they do and why : research report. (co-authored with Steven Sek-yum Ngai and Chan-kiu Cheung) Hong Kong : Dept. of Social Work, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2006.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HQ799.8.H6 N43 2006; UC General Education HQ799.8.H6 N43 2006 c.2)



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Service participation, friendship networks, family support and developmental outcomes among low-income young people in Hong Kong" (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum, CHEUNG Chau Kiu and TO Siu Ming). Paper presented in the 10th Nordic Youth Research Information Symposium, organized by Norwegian Social Research in Norway on June 13-15, 2008.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Service Participation, Friendship Networks, Family Supports and Developmental Outcomes among Low-Income Young People in Hong Kong" (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum, CHEUNG Chau Kiu and TO Siu Ming). Paper presented in the Nordic Youth Research Conference (NYRIS 10) on Bonds and Communities – Young People and Their Social Ties. Lillehammer, Norway, 2008.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Strain as a Predisposing Factor of the Delinquent Behavior of Adolescents in Mainland China and Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHEUNG Chau Kiu). Paper presented in International Sociological Association XV World Congress of Sociology. 25 pgs. Brisbane, Australia, 2002.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. Strategic research on the value and effectiveness of summer youth program : research report. (co-authored with Chau-kiu Cheung) Hong Kong : Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1999.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HV1441.H6 N482 1999; UL HK Studies HV1441.H6 N482 1999 c.2)



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "A study of marginal youth’s likelihood of delinquency in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHEUNG Chau Kiu).The Hong Kong Journal of Social Work vol.37 no.2, Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong Social Workers Association Limited, 2003. pp.229-237.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "A Study of Marginal Youth's Likelihood of Delinquency in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHEUNG Chau-kiu.). The Hong Kong Journal of Social Work vol.37 no.2, Hong Kong, China: World Scientific, 2003.12.01. pp.229-237.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Tackling Youth Unemployment: Revisiting Government Policy in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHEUNG Chau Kiu). The 6th International Conference on Asian Youth Issues ed. by Yang Changjing, Xu Wenxin, An Guoqi, and Ngai, NP. Beijing, China: China Youth & Children Research Center, China Youth & Children Research Association, Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, and Education and Youth Affairs Bureau, 2004.10.17. pp.83-91.



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. Young people's support for their parents : a comparative study of Hong Kong and Shanghai. (co-authored with Chau-kiu Cheung and Han Xiaoyan) Hong Kong : Faculty of Social Science, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2008.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HQ799.H6 N53 2008 c.3; UL HK Studies HQ799.H6 N53 2008; UC General Education HQ799.H6 N53 2008 c.2)



  • NGAI Ngan Pun. "Youth Leadership Training in Hong Kong: Current Development and the Way Ahead" (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum and TO Siu Ming). Paper presented in the International Symposium on Youth Leadership in a Transformational Society. Beijing, China, 2007.10.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Analyzing Hong Kong Outreach Worker Identity: Associated Discourses and Power Mechanisms". International Journal of Adolescence and Youth vol.13 no.4, 2007.07. pp.311-326.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Analyzing Hong Kong Outreach Worker Identity: Associated Discourses and Practices". The 33 World Congress of Schools of Social Work held in Santiago, Chile. 2006.08.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Barriers and Facilitators to the Acceptance of Social Work Services among Hong Kong Youth-at-risk" (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun and CHEUNG Chau-kiu). Paper presented in the Mainland China-Hong Kong-Macau Youth Research Roundtable Conference. Hong Kong, 2007.05.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Breaking through Barriers: The Political Actions of Hong Kong Outreach Youth Workers.". The Hong Kong Journal of Social Work vol.39 no.1/2, 2005. pp.49-63.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Periodical HV1 .H68 v.37-39, 2003-05)



  • NGAI Sek Yum. Cough Medicine Absue among Young People in Hong Kong. (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel and LAM Ching Man) Hong Kong SAR: Tung Wah Group of Hospitals, 2004.06.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Cough Medicine Abuse among young people in Hong Kong" (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel, LAM Ching Man, YIU T. L., CHUNG B., KWONG R and LEUNG A). International conference on tackling drug abuse Hong Kong SAR, 2005.02.23.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Differential Effects of Service Experience and Classroom Reflection on Service-Learning Outcomes: A Study of University Students in Hong Kong" (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun). International Journal of Adolescence and Youth vol.12 2005. pp.231-250.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Effective Group Work with Delinquents in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHEUNG Chau Kiu). Adolescence vol.42 no.165, 2007. pp.151-165.
    (CUHK Library Call No: CC Periodical HQ793.A34 v.42, no.165-168, 2007 )



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Effects of Playing Online Game on Youth Problems in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHEUNG Chau-kiu and NGAI Ngan Pun). Paper presented in the Mainland China-Hong Kong-Macau Youth Research Roundtable Conference. Hong Kong, 2007.05.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Effects of Youth’s Policy Awareness on Support for Their Parents in Hong Kong and Shanghai" (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun and CHEUNG Chau-kiu). Paper presented in the 8th International Conference on Asian Youth & Childhoods. Lucknow, India, 2007.11.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Empowerment or Disempowerment? A Critical Review of Youth Training Schemes for Non-Engaged Youth in Hong Kong" (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun). The XVI ISA World Congress of Sociology held in Durban, South Africa. 2006.07.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Empowerment or Disempowerment? A Review of Youth Training Schemes for Non-Engaged Young People in Hong Kong" (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun). Adolescence vol.42 no.165, 2007. pp.137-149.
    (CUHK Library Call No: CC Periodical HQ793.A34 v.42, no.165-168, 2007)



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Environmental Influences on Risk Taking among Hong Kong Young Dance Partygoers" (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun and CHEUNG Chau Kiu). Adolescence vol.41 no.164, 2006. pp.739-752.
    (CUHK Library Call No: CC Periodical HQ793.A34 v.41, no.161-164, 2006)



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Exploring Emancipatory Youth Work: The Case of Hong Kong Outreach Workers". International Social Work vol.49 no.4, 2006. pp.1-11.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Exploring the Validity of the Internet Addiction Test for Grades 5-9 Students in Hong Kong". International Journal of Adolescence and Youth vol.13 no.3, 2007. pp.221-237.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Family abusive risk and social assistance opportunity in marginal youth’s life course: Clues to delinquent inclination in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Guangzhou" (co-authored with CHEUNG Chau Kiu and NGAI Ngan Pun). A paper presented at the 7th International Conference on Asian Youth Issues: Opportunities and Challenges of Youth in New Era, organized by the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau, Macao SAR on 5-9 Dec 2005.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Family Strain and Adolescent Delinquency in Two Chinese Cities, Guangzhou and Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHEUNG Chau Kiu and NGAI Ngan Pun). Journal of Child & Family Studies vol.16 no.5, 2007. p.626-641.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Idealism, Altruism, Career Orientation and Burnout: A Study of Undergraduate Social Work Students in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHEUNG Chau Kiu). Paper presented in the 45th Anniversary Symposium of CUHK Social Work Department on Social Work Practice & Education in Chinese Societies. Hong Kong SAR, 2008.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Internet Addiction among Primary and Secondary School Students in Hong Kong". The Shanghai-Hong Kong-Singapore Expert Roundtable on Adolescent Internet Addiction: Assessment, Prevention and Treatment held in Shanghai. 2005.12.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Key Elements Contributing to Leadership Development in Service-Learning: A Study of University Students in Hong Kong" (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun). Paper presented in the International Symposium on Youth Leadership in a Transformational Society. Beijing, China, 2007.10.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Local Service-Learning program at Chung Chi College of The Chinese University of Hong Kong". The International Partnership for Service-Learning’s 20th Anniversary Conference in Prague, April 13-18. New York, USA: International Partnership for Service-Learning, 2002.04.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "The Measurement of Internet Addiction: The Case of Hong Kong Secondary and Primary School Students" (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun and CHEUNG Chau Kiu). Paper presented in the Mainland China, Hong Kong & Macau Youth Research Roundtable Conference. Hong Kong, China, 2007.05.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. Occupational stress, social support, and burnout syndrome among outreaching social workers of Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1986.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Thesis HV431.N52)



  • NGAI Sek Yum. Outreaching social work in Hong Kong : a community response to youth needs. Hong Kong: s.n., 1992.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HV1441.H6 N53 1992)



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Policy Awareness and Support for Parents: A Comparative Study of Young People in Hong Kong and Shanghai" (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun and CHEUNG Chau Kiu). Paper presented in the 45th Anniversary Symposium of CUHK Social Work Department on Social Work Practice & Education in Chinese Societies. Hong Kong SAR, 2008.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. The politics of identity constitution among outreach workers in Hong Kong [electronic resource or microform]. 1999.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Thesis HV431 .N452 1999; Available Online)



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "The Politics of Youth Work Practices: The Case of Hong Kong Outreaching Social Workers". Advances in Social Welfare in Hong Kong ed. by D.T.L. Shek, M.C. Lam, C.F. Au & J.J. Lee. Hong Kong, 2002. pp.175-204.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV431 .A38 2002 c.3; UL Reserve 4 hours HV431 .A38 2002 c.4; UL HK Studies HV431 .A38 2002 c.2; CC Reserve 4 hours HV431 .A38 2002)



  • NGAI Sek Yum. Racial discrimination in Hong Kong: Prevalence and impact. (co-authored with TANG Kwong Leung, LAM Ching Man and LAM Mong Chow Amy) Hong Kong SAR: CUHK, 2006.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize DS796.H79 A275 2006; UL HK Studies DS796.H79 A275 2006 c.2)



  • NGAI Sek Yum. Report on Pilot Study of Policies for Strengthening Family Functioning in Hong Kong (co-authored with TANG Kwong Leung, LAM Mong Chow Amy, LAM Ching Man and CHEUNG Chau-kiu) Hong Kong, 2005.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. Report on Risk-taking Behavior among Hong Kong Young Dance Partygoers: What They Do and Why (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun and CHEUNG Chau-kiu) Hong Kong, 2006.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Risk-Taking among Hong Kong Young Dance Partygoers: What They Do and Why" (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun and CHEUNG Chau Kiu). The 7th International Conference on Asian Youth Issues held in Macau organized by ISA R34 & Macau SAR Government. 2005.12.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. Risk-taking behavior among Hong Kong young dance partygoers : what they do and why : research report. (co-authored with Ngan-pun Ngai and Chan-kiu Cheung) Hong Kong: Dept. of Social Work, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2006.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HQ799.8.H6 N43 2006; UC General Education HQ799.8.H6 N43 2006 c.2)



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Service Participation, Friendship Networks, Family Supports and Developmental Outcomes among Low-Income Young People in Hong Kong" (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun, CHEUNG Chau Kiu and TO Siu Ming). Paper presented in the Nordic Youth Research Conference (NYRIS 10) on Bonds and Communities – Young People and Their Social Ties. Lillehammer, Norway, 2008.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Service-Learning and Student Empowerment: A Four-Year Review of the Local Service-Learning Program at Chung Chi College of The Chinese University of Hong Kong". Paper presented in the International Conference on Service-Learning: Developing New Leadership for Communities, Nations, and the World, organized by the International Partnership for Service-Learning and Leadership. Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2004.01.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Service-Learning, Personal Development and Social Commitment: A Case Study of University Students in Hong Kong". Adolescencevol. 41 2006. pp.165-176.
    (CUHK Library Call No: CC Periodical HQ793.A34 v.41, no.161-164, 2006)



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Status Zero Youth and the Youth Pre-employment Training Program in Hong Kong". The International Association of Schools of Social Work's 30th Bi-annual Congress in Montpellier, France, July 15-18, 2002. Montpellier, France: International Association of Schools of Social Work, 2002.07.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Tackling Discrimination among Ethnic Minorities: The Case of Post-Colonial Hong Kong" (co-authored with TANG Kwong Leung and LAM Mong Chow Amy). The Indian Journal of Social Work vol.65 no.3, Mumbai, India: Tata Institute of Social Sciences, 2004.07. pp.352-272.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HV1.I5 v.65, 2004)



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "When Does Career Strain Reduce Delinquency? Friendship Concern in Hong Kong." (co-authored with CHEUNG Chau Kiu). International Journal of Adolescence and Youth vol.12 no.1/2, Oxon, United Kingdom: AB Academic Publishers, 2005.06. pp.131-147.



  • NGAI Sek Yum. "Youth Leadership Training in Hong Kong: Current Development and the Way Ahead" (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun and TO Siu Ming). Paper presented in the International Symposium on Youth Leadership in a Transformational Society. Beijing, China, 2007.10.



  • SALAFF Janet; SHIK Wai Yan Angela and GREVE Arent. "Like Sons and Daughters of Hong Kong: The Return of the Young Generation". The China Review vol.8 no.1, Hong Kong SAR: The Chinese University Press, 2008.04. pp.31-57.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Actual-ideal" discrepancies in the representation of self and significant-others and psychological well-being of Chinese adolescents. Hong Kong : Dept. of Social Work, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1992.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize BF724.3.S35 S54 1992 c.2; UL HK Studies BF724.3.S35 S54 1992)



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Adolescent cough medicine abuse in Hong Kong: Implications for the design of positive youth development programs in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAM Ching Man). International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.18 no.3, Israel: Freud Publishing House Ltd, 2006. pp.493-503.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Adolescent cough medicine abuse in Hong Kong: Implications for the design of psoitive youth development programs in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAM Ching Man). Positive Youth Development: Development of a Pioneering Program in a Chinese Context ed. by D.T.J. Shek, H.K. Ma, & J. Merrick. London, United Kingdom: Freund Publishing Company, 2007. pp.25-36.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Adolescent development issues in Hong Kong: Relevance to positive youth development programs in Hong Kong". International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.18 no.3, Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2006. pp.341-354.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Adolescent Developmental Issues in Hong Kong: Relevance to Positive Youth Development Programs in Hong Kong". Positive youth development: Development of a pioneering program in a Chinese context ed. by D. T. L. Shek, H. K. Ma & J. Merrick. London: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2007. pp.9-23.



  • "Adolescent Suicide in Hong Kong during 1980-2000" (co-authored with TANG Mun Yu). Inernational Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.15 no.3, London, U.K.: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2003. pp.245-265.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Adolescent Suicide in Hong Kong: 1980 to 2003." (co-authored with LEE Britta Mailynn and CHOW Tak Wai). Suicidal Behavioral in Adolescence ed. by J. Merrick & G. Zalsman. Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2005. pp.235-264.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. Advances in social welfare in Hong Kong. Hong Kong : Chinese University Press, 2002.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV431 .A38 2002 c.3; UL Reserve 4 hours HV431 .A38 2002 c.4; UL HK Studies HV431 .A38 2002 c.2; CC Reserve 4 hours HV431 .A38 2002)



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. Advances in Social Welfare in Hong Kong. (co-authored with LAM Mong Chow Amy, AU Chor Fai and LEE Jik Joen) Hong Kong, P.R.C.: The Chinese University Press, 2002.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "After-school Time and Perceived Parental Control Processes, Parent-adolescent Relational Qualities, and Psychological Well-being in Chinese Adolescents in Hong Kong". Family Therapy vol.34 no.2, 2007. p.107-126.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Alcohol and youth in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LOU V. W. Q.). Adolescence and alcohol: An international perspective ed. by I. Kandel, J. Merrick & L. Sher. United Kingdom: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2006. pp.85-96.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Alcohol Use and Abuse amongst Adolescents in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LOU V. W. Q.). International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.18 no.1, 69-79. 2006.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Assessment of Perceived Parental Psychological Control in Chinese Adolescents in Hong Kong.". Research on Social Work Practice vol.16 no.4, California, United States of America: Sage Publications, 2006. pp.382-391.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Beliefs about Causes of Poverty and Psychological Well-being of Parents and Adolescents Experiencing Economic Disadvantage in Hong Kong.". The American Journal of Family Therapy vol.32 no.3, United Kingdom: Routledge/Taylor & Francis, 2004. pp.239-254.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Beliefs about Cough Medicine Abuse Among Chinese Young People in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAM Ching Man). Social Behavior and Personality: An International Journal vol.36 no.1, 2008. p.135-144.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Beliefs About Cough Medicine Abuse Among Young People in Hong Kong" (co-authored with林靜雯及周德慧). Chinese Journal of Drug Dependence vol.16 no.3, p.220-225. 2007.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Beliefs About the Causes of Poverty in Parents and Adolescents Experiencing Economic Disadvantage in Hong Kong.". Journal of Genetic Psychology vol.165 no.3, United States of America: Heldref Publications, 2004. pp.272-291.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. Best practice of gambling counseling in Hong Kong : developing a localized instrument for assessing the psychosocial profiles of individuals with problem gambling. Hong Kong : Even Centre, Tung Wah Groups of Hospitals : Social Welfare Practice and Research Centre, Dept. of Social Works, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2006.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HV6722.H6 S54 2006)



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Book Review on "Suicidal Behavior, Bereavement and Death Education in Chinese Adolescents: Hong Kong Studies"". The China Journal vol.50 Canberra, Australia: Contemorary China Centre, Australian National University, 2003. pp.223-225.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. Care-givers of preschool mentally handicapped children in Hong Kong : their stress, coping resources and psychological well-being. Hong Kong : Heep Hong Society for Handicapped Children, 1993.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HQ759.913.S43 1993; UL HK Studies HV6722.H6 S54 2006)



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. Child abuse in the Chinese societies : a review of the literature. Hong Kong : Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1992.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV6626.5 .K87 1992 c.2; UL HK Studies HV6626.5 .K87 1992)



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Chinese Cultural Beliefs About Adversity: Its Relationship to Psychological Well-being, School Adjustment and Problem behavior in Hong Kong Adolescents With and Without Economic Disadvantage.". Childhood vol.11 no.1, London, United Kingdom: Sage Publications, 2004. pp.63-80.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "A Comprehensive Review of Quality of Life (QOL) Research in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LEE Britta Mailynn). The Scientific World JOURNAL: TSW Holistic Health & Medicine vol.7 2007. p.1222-1229.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Conceptual Framework Underlying the Development of a Positive Youth Development Program in Hong Kong". International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.18 no.3, Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2006. pp.303-314.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Conceptual framework underlying the development of a positive youth development program in Hong Kong". Positive Youth Development: Development of a Pioneering Program in a Chinese Context ed. by D. T. L. Shek, H. K. Ma & J. Merrick . London: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2007. pp.81-92.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Confirmatory Factor Analysis and Reliability of The Chinese Version of A Revised Teacher Efficacy Scale Among Guidance Teachers in Hong Kong" (co-authored with YUEN Man Tak, LAM Man Ping, LAU Siu Ying Patrick and CHAN Mow Chiu Raymond). Psychologia vol.46 2003. pp.67-78.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Construction of a Positive Youth Development Program in Hong Kong" (co-authored with MA H. K. and MERRICK J.). Positive youth development: Development of a pioneering program in a Chinese context ed. by Shek, D. T. L., Ma, H. K., & Merrick, J.. London: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2007. pp.3-8.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Construction of a Positive Youth Development Project in Hong Kong". International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.18 no.3, Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2006. pp.299-302.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. Cough Medicine Absue among Young People in Hong Kong. (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum and LAM Ching Man) Hong Kong SAR: Tung Wah Group of Hospitals, 2004.06.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Cough Medicine Abuse among young people in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAM Ching Man, NGAI Sek Yum, YIU T. L., CHUNG B., KWONG R and LEUNG A.). International conference on tackling drug abuse Hong Kong SAR, 2005.02.23.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. Cough medicine abuse among young people in Hong Kong. (co-authored with Tung Wah Group of Hospitals) Hong Kong : CROSS Centre, Tung Wah Group of Hospitals : Social Welfare Practice and Research Centre, Dept. of Social Work, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2004.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HV5840.H6 C68 2004 c.2; UL HK Studies HV5840.H6 C68 2004)



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Design of a Positive Youth Development Program in Hong Kong" (co-authored with MA H. K.). Positive Youth Development: Development of a Pioneering Program in a Chinese Context ed. by D. T. L. Shek, H. K. Ma & J. Merrick. London: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2007. pp.93-107.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Design of a Positive Youth Development Program in Hong Kong" (co-authored with MA H.K.). International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.18 no.3, Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2006. pp.315-327.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Development and Validation of a Positive Youth Development Scale in Hong Kong" (co-authored with SIU A. M. H.; LEE T. Y., CHENG H. C. H., TSANG S. K. M., CHUI Y. M. and LUNG Wai Man). Positive Youth Development: Development of a Pioneering Program in a Chinese Context ed. by D. T. L. Shek, H. K. Ma & J. Merrick. London: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2007. pp.273-284.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Development and Validation of a Positive Youth Development Scale in Hong Kong" (co-authored with SIU A.M.H., LEE T.Y., CHENG Howard, TSANG Sandra, CHUI Yat Hung, LUI Hor Yan Joyce and LUNG Wai Man). International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.18 no.3, Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2006. pp.547-558.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Development of a Positive Youth Development Program in Hong Kong: Project P.A.T.H.S (Positive Adolescent Training Through Holistic Social Programs)" (co-authored with LAU Siu Ying Patrick). Journal of Basic Education vol.15 no.1, 2006. pp.141-157.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Drug Addiction Research in Hong Kong". Statement presented at the Governor's Summit Meeting on Drugs, organized by the Action Committee Against Narcotics. Hong Kong, 1995.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. Effects of an early intervention programme for Down's syndrome preschool children in Hong Kong. (co-authored with S. Opper and S.K.M. Tsang) Hong Kong : Sub-committee on Training Programme, Heep Hong Society for Handicapped Children, 1987.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies LC4602.5 .E44 c.2; CC LC4602.5 .E44)



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Evaluation of a Positive Youth Development Program in Hong Kong: Issues, Principles and Design" (co-authored with SIU A. M. H.). Positive Youth Development: Development of a Pioneering Program in a Chinese Context ed. by D. T. L. Shek, H. K. Ma & J. Merrick. London: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2007. pp.261-272.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Evaluation of a positive youth development program in Hong Kong: Issues, principles and design." (co-authored with SIU A.M.H.). International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.18 no.3, Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2006. pp.329-339.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Evaluation of a Positive Youth Development Program in Hong Kong: Secondary Data Analyses of Conclusions Drawn by the Program Implementers". International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health vol.1 no.2, 2008. pp.145-158.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Evaluation of A Youth Development Program in Hong Kong: Findings from The Implementation Phase" (co-authored with SUN Chui Fun). International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health vol.1 no.2, NY, United States of America: Nova Science Publishers, 2008. pp.115-129.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Evaluation of Project P.A.T.H.S. in Hong Kong: Findings Based on Different Evaluation Strategies". International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health vol.1 no.2, 2008. pp.87-90.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Evaluation of Project P.A.T.H.S. in Hong Kong: Triangulation of Findings Based on Different Evaluation Strategies". The Scientific World JOURNAL: TSW Holistic Health & Medicine vol.8 2008. p.1-3.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Evaluation of Project P.A.T.H.S. in Hong Kong: Utilization of Student Weekly Diary" (co-authored with SUN Chui Fun, LAM Ching Man, LUNG Wai Man and LO Sui Chung). The Scientific World Journal: TSW Holistic Health and Medicine vol.8 2008. pp.13-21.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Evidence-based Social Work Practice in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAM Mong Chow Amy and TSOI Kcon Wah). International Perspectives on Evidence-based Practice in Social Work ed. by B. Thyer and M. Kazi. London: Venture Press, 2004. pp.213-222.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Frequency, quality and satisfaction dimensions of perceived parent-adolescent communication among Chinese adolescent in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LEE Tak Yan and LAM Ching Man). Trends in Behavioral Psychology Research ed. by R.L. Marrowlin. United States of America: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2007. pp.17-33.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Frequency, satisfaction and quality dimensions of perceived parent-adolescent communication among Chinese adolescents in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LEE Britta Mailynn, LEE Tak Yan and LAM Ching Man). International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.18 no.2, Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2006. pp.259-270.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Hopelessness – Its relationships to parental control processes and emotional quality of life in Chinese Adolescents in Hong Kong". Spirituality, religion & holistic health: The boundary situation and its transcendence ed. by S. S. M. Kwan. Hong Kong SAR: The Commercial Press (H.K.) Ltd., 2005. pp.170-181.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Hopelessness in Chinese Adolescents in Hong Kong." (co-authored with LEE T.Y.). Suicidal behavior in adolescence ed. by J. Merrick & G. Zalsman. Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2006. pp.105-118.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Hopelessness in Chinese Adolescents in Hong Kong: Demographic and Family Correlates" (co-authored with LEE T. Y.). International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.17 no.3, Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2005. pp.279-290.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "An innovation in drug prevention programs for adolescents: The Hong Kong Astro Program" (co-authored with LAM Chiu Wan, NG Ho Yee, YEUNG Ka Ching and LAM Debbie Ob). International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.17 no.4, Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2006. pp.343-353.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Intact and Non-intact Families in Hong Kong: Differences in Perceived Parental Control Processes, Parent-child Relational Qualities, and Adolescent Psychological Well-being". Journal of Divorce and Remarriage vol.47 no.1-2, 2007. p.157-172.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health: Special Issue on Evaluation of a Positive Youth Development Program in Hong Kong. (co-authored with MA Hing Keung and MERRICK Joav) New York, United States of America: Nova Science Publishers , Inc, 2008.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Internet Addiction in Chinese Adolescents in Hong Kong: Assessment, Profiles, and Psychosocial Correlates" (co-authored with TANG, MUN YU and LO C.Y.). The Scientific World JOURNAL: TSW Child Health & Human Development 2008. pp.776-787.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. A longitudinal evaluation study of a pioneering drug prevention program (Project Astro MIND) in Hong Kong. Hong Kong : Dept. of Social Work, Chinese University of Hong Kong : Dept. of Social Work and Social Administration, University of Hong Kong : Youth and Community Service, Hong Kong Young Women's Christian Association, 2003.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HV5840.H6 L67 2003 c.2; UL HK Studies HV5840.H6 L67 2003)



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "A Longitudinal Study of Peer and Teacher Influences on Prosocial and Antisocial Behavior of Hong Kong Chinese Adolescents" (co-authored with MA Hing Keung, CHEUNG Ping Chung and TAM Ka Keung). Social Behavior and Personality vol.30 no.2, Wellington, New Zealand, 2002. pp.157-168.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "A longitudinal study of perceived parental psychological control and psychological well-being in Chinese adolescents in Hong Kong". Journal of Clinical Psychology vol.63 no.1, United States of America: John Wiley & Son Inc, 2007. pp.1-22.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "A Longitudinal Study of Prosocial and Antisocial Behavior of Hong Kong Chinese Adolescents: The Influence of Parents, Peers, and Teachers" (co-authored with MA Hing Keung, CHEUNG Ping Chung and TAM Ka Keung). Advances in Psychology Research (Volume 34) ed. by Shohov, S.P. New York, United States of America: Nova Science Publishers, 2005. pp.207-220.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "A longitudinally study of perceived differences in parental control and parent-child relational qualities in Chinese adolescents in Hong Kong". Journal of Adolescent Research vol.22 no.2, United States of America: Sage Publications Inc., 2007. pp.156-188.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. A Longiudinal Evaluaton Study of a Pioneering Drug Prevention Program (Project AstroMIND) in Hong Kong. (co-authored with NG Ho Yee, LAM Chiu Wan, LAM Oi Bing and YEUNG Ka Ching) Hong Kong, P.R.C.: Department of Social Work and Social Administration, the University of Hong Kong, 2003.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Meaning in Life and Adjustment Amongst Early Adolescents in Hong Kong". The International Forum for Logotherapy vol.22 1 USA, 1999. pp.36-43.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Meaning in Life and Adjustment Amongst Midlife Parents in Hong Kong" The International Forum for Logotherapy vol.17 2 USA, 1994. pp.102-107.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Mental Health of Secondary School Students in Hong Kong: An Epidemiological Study Using The General Health Questionnaire.". International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.3 no.3, Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 1989. pp.191-215.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. ""Non-engaged" Young People in Hong Kong: Key Statistics and Observations." (co-authored with LEE Britta Mailynn). International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.16 no.2, Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2004. pp.145-163.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. P.A.T.H.S. to adulthood : a Jockey Club youth enhancement scheme : secondary three curriculum. Hong Kong : Social Welfare Practice and Research Centre, Dept. of Social Work, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2008.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies LB1620.53.H6 P3723 2008 v.1; UL HK Studies LB1620.53.H6 P3723 2008 v.2; UL HK Studies LB1620.53.H6 P3723 2008 v.3; UL HK Studies LB1620.53.H6 P3723 2008 CDROM 1; UL HK Studies LB1620.53.H6 P3723 2008 CDROM 2-3)



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. P.A.T.H.S. to adulthood : a Jockey Club youth enhancement scheme : secondary two curriculum. Hong Kong : Social Welfare Practice and Research Centre, Dept. of Social Work, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2008.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies LB1620.53.H6 P372 2008 v.1; UL HK Studies LB1620.53.H6 P372 2008 v.1 CDROM; UL HK Studies LB1620.53.H6 P372 2008 v.2; UL HK Studies LB1620.53.H6 P372 2008 v.2 CDROM)



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. P.A.T.H.S. to adulthood : a Jockey Club youth enhancement scheme. Secondary one curriculum. Hong Kong : Social Welfare Practice and Research Centre, Dept. of Social Work, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2007.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies LB1620.53.H6 P37 2007 v.1; UL HK Studies LB1620.53.H6 P37 2007 v.2; UL HK Studies LB1620.53.H6 P37 2007 CDROM)



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "P.A.T.H.S. to Adulthood: The positive youth Development program in Hong Kong." (co-authored with LAM Ching Man). Paper presented in the VIIIth International Conference on Youth and Childhoods. Lucknow, India, 2007.11.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Parent Adolescent Communication and Adjusstment in Chinese Adolescents in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAM Ching Man, TANG Mun Yu and LEE Britta Mailynn). Paper presented in the Social work symposium: Knowledge, Paractice in Chinese Societies - Challenges Ahead, organized by Social Work Department, CUHK, HKSAR, 2003.12.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Parental, Peer, and Teacher Influences on the Social Behavior of Hong Kong Chinese Adolescents." (co-authored with MA Hing Keung, CHEUNG Ping Chung and LAM Oi Bun Christina). Journal of Genetic Psychology vol.161 no.1, United States of America: Heldref Publications, 2000. pp.65-78.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Paternal and Maternal Influences on Family Functioning Among Hong Kong Chinese Families". The Journal of Genetic Psychology vol.162, USA: Hong Kong Government Printer, 2001. pp.56-74.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Perceived Causes of Poverty Among Adolescents in Hong Kong". Journal of Youth Studies vol.5 no.1, Hong Kong, P.R.C.: The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, 2002. pp.139-148.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Perceived Parental Behavioral Control and Psychological Control in Chinese Adolescents in Hong Kong.". The American Journal of Family Therapy vol.34 no.2, United States of America: Brunner/Mazel, 2006. pp.163-176.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Perceived Parental Behavioral Control, Psychological Control and Parent-child Relational Qualities in Chinese Adolescents in Hong Kong." (co-authored with LEE T.Y.). Contemporary issues in parenting ed. by M.J. Kane. New York, United States of America: Nova Science Publishers, 2005. pp.47-63.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Perceived parental behavioral control, psychological control, and parent-child relational qualities in Chinese adolescents in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LEE T. Y. and CHOW Tak Wai). Journal of Youth Studies vol.9 no.1, Hong Kong SAR, 2007. pp.138-155.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Perceived Parental Control and Parent-child Relational Qualities in Chinese Adolescents in Hong Kong". Sex Roles vol.53 no.9-10, New York, United States of America: Kluwer Academic/ Plenum Public, New York, 2005. pp.635-646.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Perceived Parental Control and Psychological Well-being in Chinese Adolescents in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LEE T.Y.; LEE Britta Mailynn and CHOW Tak Wai). International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.18 no.3, Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2006. pp.535-545.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Perceived parental control and psychological well-being in Chinese adolescents in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LEE, BRITTA MAILYNN and CHOW Tak Wai). Positive Youth Development: Development of a Pioneering Program in a Chinese Context ed. by D. T. L. Shek, H. K. Ma & J. Merrick . London: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2007. pp.53-64.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Perceived Parental Control Based on Indigenous Chinese Parental Control Concepts in Adolescents in Hong Kong". American Journal of Family Therapy vol.35 no.2, NY, United States of America: Brunner/Mazel, 2007. pp.123-137.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Perceived Parental Control in Chinese Adolescents in Hong Kong: A Three-year Longitudinal Study". The Open Family Studies Journal vol.1 2008. p.7-16.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Perceived Parental Control Processes in Chinese Adolescents: Implications for Positive Youth Development Programs in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LEE T. Y.). Positive Youth Development: Development of a Pioneering Program in a Chinese Context ed. by D. T. L. Shek, H. K. Ma & J. Merrick. London: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2007. pp.37-51.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Perceived Parental Control Processes in Chinese Adolescents: Implications for Positive Youth Development Programs in Hong Kong." (co-authored with LEE T.Y.). International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.18 no.3, Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2006. pp.505-519.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Perceived Parental Control Processes, Parent-child Relational Qualities and Psychological Well-being of Chinese Adolescents in Intact and Non-intact Families in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LEE Tak Yan). International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.19 no.2, 2007. p.167-175.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Perceived parent-child relational qualities and parental behavioral and psychological control in Chinese adolescents in Hong Kong". Adolescence vol.41 no.163, NY, United States of America: Libra Publishers, 2006. pp.563-581.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. Perceived Parenting Patterns and Parent-child Relational Qualities in Adolescents in Hong Kong and Shanghai: A Comparative Study.. (co-authored with HAN Xiaoyan 及李美羚) , Chian, Shanghai: Institute of Youth and Juvenile Delinquency, Shanghai Academy of Social Science, 2006.01.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Perceptions of Family Functioning Among Chinese Adolescents in Hong Kong". Entering a new millennium: Advances in social welfare service and research ed. by D.T.L. Shek, M.C. Lam, C.F. Au and J.J. Lee. Hong Kong: New Asia College and the Chinese University Press, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2002. pp.204-224.



  • "A Pioneering Longitudinal Study of the Development and Validation of a Drug Prevention Program in Hong Kong - Project Astro MIND" (co-authored with NG Ho Yee, LAM Chiu Wan, LAM Debbie Oi Bing and YEUNG Ka Ching). Paper presented in the Socal Wok S ymposium on KnowledgePractice and Research in Chinese Societies - Challenges Ahead, Hong Kong, P.R.C.: Department of Social Work, The Chinese Universityof Hong Kong, 2003.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Positive Youth Development in Hong Kong: Objective Outcome Evaluation Based on a Randomized Group Trial" (co-authored with SIU Man Hong Andrew and LEE Tak Yan). International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health vol.1 no.2, 2008. pp.159-167.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Positive Youth Development Program in Hong Kong". (co-authored with MERRICK J.)International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health (Special Issue) vol.18 no.3, Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2006. pp.299-558.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Prevalence and Correlates of Psychological Morbidity in Secondary School Students in Hong Kong: An Epidemiological Study Using the General Health Questionnaire". Selected papers on youth studies in Hong Kong 1984-87 ed. by Agnes M.C. Ng and Fanny M. Cheung. Hong Kong: Centre for Hong Kong Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1989. pp.98-126.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Psychological Adjustment of Chinese Adolescents with Economic Disadvantages: A Pioneer Longitudinal Study in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAM Ching Man, LAM MongChow Amy, TANG Mun Yu and TSOI Kcon Wah). HongKong Journal of Social Work vol.37 no.1, Hon g Kong SAR, 2003. pp.97-100.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. Psychological well-being of working parents in Hong Kong : mental health, stress and coping responses. (co-authored with Johnny W.K. Mak) Hong Kong : Hong Kong Christian Service, 1987.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HQ755.83.S47; UL HK Studies HQ755.83.S47)



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Psychometric Properties of the Chinese Family Assessment Instrument in Chinese Adolescents in Hong Kong" (co-authored with SIU Andrew M.H.). Adolescence vol.40 no.160, New York, United States of America: Libra Publishers, 2005. pp.817-830.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Psychometric Properties of the Chinese Somatic Scale in Hong Kong Secondary School Students." (co-authored with MAK Wai Kwong). CUHK Education Journal vol.17 no.1, Hong Kong SAR: Faculty of Education, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1989. pp.17-27.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "A qualitative study of cough medicine abuse among Chinese young people in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAM Ching Man). Journal of Substance Use vol.11 no.4, United Kingdom: Taylor & Francis, 2006. pp.233-244.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "The Quality of Family Life and Well-Being of Chinese Parents in Hong Kong". Psychologia: International Journal of Psychology in the Orient vol.39 2 Japan, 1996. pp.84-93.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. Quality-of-life research in Chinese, Western and global contexts. (co-authored with Ying Keung Chan and Paul S.N. Lee) Dordrecht : Springer, 2005.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies WA30 .Q45 2005 c.2; UC General Education WA30 .Q45 2005)



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Recent Developments in the Area of Creative Thinking in Hong Kong" (co-authored with SPINKS J. A., KU-YU S. Y., and BACON-SHONE J.). Creative thinking: New perspectives ed. by S. Dingli. Malta: Malta University Press, 1996. pp.202-217.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Rehabilitation of Mental Patients in Hong Kong: Problems and Possibilities". (co-authored with LAM L. K. H.) Social Services in Hong Kong. A.Y.H. Kwan. Hong Kong: Writers and Publishers Corporation, 1987, p. 205-217.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "The Relation of Social Influences and Social Relationships to Prosocial and Antisocial Behavior in Hong Kong Chinese Adolescents" (co-authored with MA Hing Keung and CHEUNG Ping Chung). Advances in Psychology Research (Volume 8) ed. by Shohov, S.P. 1st ed. New York, U.S.A.: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2002. pp.177-201.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Relations between social problem solving and indicators of interpersonal and family well-being among Chinese adolescents in Hong Kong" (co-authored with SIU Andrew Man Hong). Quality of life research in Chinese, western and global contexts ed. by Shek, D.T.L., Chan, Y.K., & Lee, S.N.. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2005. pp.517-539.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Relations Between Social Problem Solving and Indicators of Interpersonal and Family Well-being Among Chinese Adolescents in Hong Kong." (co-authored with SIU M. H. Andrew). Social Indicators Research vol.71 no.1, Netherlands: Springer Science Business Media B.V., 2005. pp.517-539.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. Research report on Hong Kong women's perception of male and female attributes at different points of time in the 20th century : a repertory grid exploration. 《香港婦女看二十世紀男女角色的轉變》 (co-authored with Agnes K.C. Yeung) Hong Kong : YWCA, 1986.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HQ1781 .S53; UL HK Studies HQ1781 .S53 c.2)



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Sexual Health of High School Students in Hong Kong." (co-authored with MAK W. K.). International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.4 no.3/4, Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 1989. pp.175-186.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Social Stress in Hong Kong". Social Development Index ed. by J. Estes. Hong Kong: Oxford University Press (Hong Kong) Ltd., 2005. pp.167-181.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. Social work in Hong Kong : reflections and challenges. 《香港的社會工作 : 反思與挑戰》 (co-authored with Lam M.C. and Au C.F.) Hong Kong : The Chinese University of Hong Kong Department of Social Work, 1997.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV431 .H744 1997; UL HK Studies HV431 .H744 1997 c.2; NA General Education HV431 .H744 1997 c.4)



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Stress of Working Parents in Hong Kong". (co-authored with MAK J. W. K.) Laser Hong Kong. S.L. Ng and S.W. Wong, Hong Kong: Hong Kong Christian Service, 1987. p. 109-112.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "A Study of Help-seeking Characteristics and Psychological Well-being of Young heroin Abusers in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHUNG Yee-ha Ida). CUHK MPhil Thesis 1998.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "A Study of Parental Self-Reflexivity in Disciplining in Hong Kong" (co-authored with BEYNS Mary Louise). CUHK PHD Thesis 1996.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Subjective Outcome Evaluation of a Youth Development Program in Hong Kong: Students with Greater Psychosocial Needs" (co-authored with LEE Tak Yan). International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health vol.1 no.2, 2008. pp.103-114.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Tackling Adolescent Substance Abuse in Hong Kong: Where We Should and Should Not Go". TheScientificWorldJOURNAL: TSW Child Health & Human Development vol.7 2007. p.2021-2030.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Trends in Adolescent Suicide in Hong Kong for the Period of 1980 to 2003" (co-authored with LEE Britta Mailynn and CHOW Tak Wai). The Scientific World Journal vol.5. United Kingdom: The Scientific World Limited, 2005. pp.702-723.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Using Student Weekly Diary to Evaluate Positive Youth Development Programs: The Case of Project P.A.T.H.S. in Hong Kong" (co-authored with SUN Chui Fun.). International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health vol.1 no.2, USA, 2008. pp.93-102.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. "Whole person education in Hong Kong: Reflection and practice." (co-authored with MA Hing Keung). Paper presented in the Conference on Teaching Development and School-Based Research, organized by Guangzhou Educational Research Institute. Guangzhou, P.R.C., 2006.06.



  • SHEK Tan Lei Daniel. Youngster Internet addiction prevention and counseling service : an evaluation study. (co-authored with Tang, M.Y. and Working Group of @er.com.) Hong Kong : Jockey Club Wah Ming Lutheran Integrated Service Centre, LC-HKS, 2008.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HQ799.2.I5 S535 2008)



  • SUN Chui Fun. "Development of A Positive Youth Development Program in Hong Kong: Overview of The Proposed Curriculum for The Junior Secondary School Years" (co-authored with MA H. K.). International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health vol.18 no.3, Tel Aviv, Israel: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2006. pp.417-431.



  • SUN Chui Fun. "Development of A Positive Youth Development Program in Hong Kong: Overview of The Proposed Curriculum for The Junior Secondary School Years" (co-authored with MA Hing Keung). Positive Youth Development: Development of a Pioneering Program in a Chinese Context ed. by D. T. L. Shek, H. K. Ma & J. Merrick. London: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2007. pp.109-214.



  • SUN Chui Fun. "Evaluation of A Youth Development Program in Hong Kong: Findings from The Implementation Phase" (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel ). International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health vol.1 no.2, NY, United States of America: Nova Science Publishers, 2008. pp.115-129.



  • SUN Chui Fun. "Evaluation of Project P.A.T.H.S. in Hong Kong: Utilization of Student Weekly Diary" (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel, LAM Ching Man, LUNG Wai Man and LO Sui Chung). The Scientific World Journal: TSW Holistic Health and Medicine vol.8. 2008. pp.13-21



  • SUN Chui Fun. "Religion and Forgiveness from a Hong Kong Chinese Perspective" (co-authored with HUI E. K. P., WATKINS D. and WONG T. K. M.). Pastoral Psychology vol.55 no.2, Netherlands: Springer, 2006. pp.183-195.



  • SUN Chui Fun. "Towards A Model of Suicial Ideation for Hong Kong Chinese Adolescents" (co-authored with HUI E. K. P. and WATKINS D.). Journal of Adolescence vol.29. London: Academic Press, 2006. pp.209-224.



  • SUN Chui Fun. "Using Student Weekly Diary to Evaluate Positive Youth Development Programs: The Case of Project P.A.T.H.S. in Hong Kong" (co-authored with SHEK Tan Lei Daniel). International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health vol.1 no.2, USA, 2008. pp.93-102.



  • Tam Suet Yan and TANG So Kum Catherine. "Responsibility Attributions to Violence against Women: A Study of Human Service Professional Trainees in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the XXV International Congress of Applied Psychology, International Association of Applied Psychology Singapore, 2002.07.



  • Tam Suet Yan and TANG So Kum Catherine. "Violence Defined and Experienced by Female Filipino Domestic Workers in Hong Kong : The Development of An Indigenous Abuse Scale". Paper presented in the Hong Kong Psychological Society Annual Conference 2003, organized by Hong Kong Psychological Society, Hong Kong, 2003.06.14.



  • TANG Kwong Leung. " Asset Building and Its Determinants: Lessons from Social Security Reform in China and Hong Kong, Social Development Issues" Social Development Issues vol.28 no.2. Chicago, USA: Lyceum, 2006. pp.40-56.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HV1.S564 v.28, 2006)



  • TANG Kwong Leung. Colonial state and social policy : social welfare development in Hong Kong 1842-1997.Lanham, Md. : University Press of America, 1998.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN752 .T36 1998 c.2; UL HK Studies HN752 .T36 1998)



  • TANG Kwong Leung. Comparative theories of social policy development : a historical-quantitative study of Hong Kong.1993.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN17.5 .T36 1993; UL HK Studies HN17.5 .T36 1993 c.2)



  • TANG Kwong Leung. "The Competence of Hong Kong Social Work Students in Working with Victims of the 2004 Tsunami Disaster" (co-authored with CHEUNG C K). International Social Work vol.50 no.3, London, United Kingdom: Sage Publications, 2007. pp.405-418.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HV1 .I63 v.50, 2007)



  • TANG Kwong Leung. Does democratization spur social welfare spending : the case of Hong Kong, China (co-authored with Chau-kiu Cheung and Hung Wong). Hong Kong : Social Welfare Practice and Research Centre, Dept. of Social Work, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2004.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HV431 .T33 2004)



  • TANG Kwong Leung. "The Impact of Democratization on Social Spending: The Case of Hong Kong, China". Paper presented in the International Conference on Comparative Social Policy, organized by National Chi Nan University and UC San Diego. Taiwan, 2004.05.31.



  • TANG Kwong Leung. An insider view : opinions and assessments of retraining policy from Hong Kong workers (co-authored with Jacqueline T.Y. Cheung and Wendy Forget ; edited by Ed Shepherd). Hong Kong : Social Welfare Practice and Research Centre, Dept. of Social Work, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2004.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HD5715.5.H6 T36 2001; UL HK Studies HD5715.5.H6 T36 2001 c.2)



  • TANG Kwong Leung. Models of workplace training : lessons from the employees retraining scheme in Hong Kong (co-authored with Jacqueline Tak-York Cheung). Lewiston, N.Y. : E. Mellen Press, 1997.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HD5715.5.C552 H63 1997; UL HK Studies HD5715.5.C552 H63 1997 c.2)



  • TANG Kwong Leung. "Program Effectiveness in Activating Welfare Recipients to Work: The Case of Hong Kong. " (co-authored with CHEUNG C K). Social Policy and Administration vol.41 no.7. Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2007.12. pp.747-767.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical H1 .S6 v.41, 2007)



  • TANG Kwong Leung. Racial discrimination in Hong Kong : prevalence and impact. Hong Kong : Dept. of Social Work, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2006.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize DS796.H79 A275 2006; UL HK Studies DS796.H79 A275 2006 c.2)



  • TANG Kwong Leung. " Recent Developments in Welfare To Work in Hong Kong: Opportunities for Social Work. Journal of Policy Practice." Journal of Policy Practice vol.5 no.2-3. USA: Harworth Press, 2006. pp.129-147.



  • TANG Kwong Leung. Report on Pilot Study of Policies for Strengthening Family Functioning in Hong Kong (co-authored with NGAI Sek Yum, LAM Mong Chow Amy, LAM Ching Man and CHEUNG Chau-kiu). Hong Kong, 2005.



  • TANG Kwong Leung. Research report on a study on the drug abuse situation among ethnic minorities in Hong Kong (co-authored with Hung Wong and Chau-kiu Cheung). Hong Kong : Dept. of Social Work, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2006.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Gov Document HV5824.E85 T36 2006)



  • TANG Kwong Leung. "Social Care in Hong Kong: Challenges and Responses" (co-authored with FUNG Ho Lup and LAU Yuk King). Challenge of Social Care in Asia ed. by Ngoh Tiong Tan and S. Vasoo. Singapore: Marshall Cavenish Academic Press, 2006.07. pp.43-62.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV376 .C53 2006)



  • TANG Kwong Leung. Social welfare and women : the dominant approach and the feminist critique (co-authored with Vivian Wei-qun Lou). Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2006.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.169 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.169)



  • TANG Kwong Leung. "Tackling Discrimination among Ethnic Minorities: The Case of Post-Colonial Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAM Mong Chow Amy and NGAI Sek Yum). The Indian Journal of Social Work vol.65 no.3. Mumbai, India: Tata Institute of Social Sciences, 2004.07. pp.352-272.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HV1.I5 v.65, 2004)



  • WONG Chack Kie. "Building community support for public health care in Hong Kong, a presentation to the Symposium 6". Hospital Authority Convention 2006, 8-9 May, 2006. Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 2006.



  • WONG Chack Kie. "Can money buy life satisfaction to the Hong Kong Chinese?". Oups News & Views United Kingdom: The Open University Psychology Society, 2007.08., p.25-28.



  • WONG Chack Kie. "Chinese Perception of Preconditions for Need Satisfaction: A Comparative Study of Hong Kong and Tianjin" (co-authored with NGAI Ngan Pun and PENG Huamin). Paper presented in The International Conference on Sociology and Contemporary Chinese Society, 17 pgs. Nankai University, China, 2002.11.



  • WONG Chack Kie. The final report on a qualitative study of the recipients’ experiences of and attitudes towards the welfare benefit system in Hong Kong. (co-authored with LOU V. W. Q.). A report submitted to the Central Policy Unite, HKSAR. 111 pgs. Hong Kong, 2007.



  • WONG Chack Kie. "Governance Crisis in Social Welfare - Management of Public Expectations for Sustainable Social Development in the SAR of Hong Kong". Plenary presentation at the International conference on the development of social work education in the context of globalization: When East meet West., August 4-6, 2005. Beijing: China Association for Social Work Education et al., 2005.



  • WONG Chack Kie. "Medical Social Workers in Hong Kong Hospitals: Expectation, Authority Structure and Role Ambiguity" (co-authored with CHAN Becky and TAM Victor). International Social Work vol.43 no.4, pp.495-516. London, 2000.10.



  • WONG Chack Kie. "Rhetoric and Reality of East Asian Welfare Systems: The Case of Hong Kong" (co-authored with WONG Ka Ying Timothy.),《國家之再定位--亞太區社會政策之經驗與挑戰》,香港理工大學社會政策研究中心編,香港:三聯書店(香港)有限公司,2001.09,頁215-240。



  • WONG Chack Kie. "Squaring the Welfare Circle in Hong Kong.". Asian Survey vol.XLVIII no.2. University of California Press, 2008.03. p.323-342.



  • WONG Chack Kie. "Squaring the Welfare Circle in Post-1997 Hong Kong". Occasional Paper No. 178. Hong Kong SAR: HKIAPS, 2006.



  • Wong Chi Yan and TANG So Kum Catherine. "Sexual Risks among Heterosexual Chinese College Students in Hong Kong" Paper presented in the Hong Kong Psychological Society Annual Conference 2003, organized by Hong Kong Psychological Society, Hong Kong, 2003.06.14.



  • WONG Hung. "Community Reactions to the SARS Crisis in Hong Kong: Analysis of a Time-limited Counseling Hotline" (co-authored with LEUNG Tse Fong Terry). Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment vol.12 no.1, pp.1-22. Binghamton, United States of America: Haworth Press, 2005.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HM1001 .J54 v.12, 2005)



  • WONG Hung. "Cost of Living and Income Security in Hong Kong". Social Development in Hong Kong: the Unfinished Agenda ed. by Richard Estes . pp.51-60. Hong Kong SAR: Oxford University Press (China) Ltd., 2005.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN752.7 .S63 2005 c.2; UL HK Studies HN752.7 .S63 2005)



  • WONG Hung. Does democratization spur social welfare spending : the case of Hong Kong, China. (co-authored with Kwong-leung Tang and Chau-kiu Cheung) Hong Kong : Social Welfare Practice and Research Centre, Dept. of Social Work, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2004.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HV431 .T33 2004)



  • WONG Hung. "The Failure of Social Security in Alleviating Poverty in Hong Kong". Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work vol.10 no.2, pp.86-100. Singapore, 2000.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HV1 .A83 v.10, 2000)



  • WONG Hung. "The Impact of Globalization on Livelihood of Hong Kong Citizens". Globalization and Polarization of the East Asian Big Cities ed. by N. Goishi. pp.205-232. Tokyo, Japan: Kokusai Shoin, 2006.



  • WONG Hung. "Marginalization of Hong Kong Labour: The Impact of Economic Reunification of China and Hong Kong". Hong Kong SAR: In Pursuit of Domestic and International Order ed. by Beatrice Leung and Joseph Cheng. Hong Kong SAR: Chinese University Press, 1997.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H757 H67 1997; UL HK Studies DS796.H757 H67 1997 c.2)



  • WONG Hung. "Marginalized Workers in Postindustrial Hong Kong" (co-authored with LEE Kim Ming). The Journal of Comparative Asian Development vol.3 no.2, pp.249-280. Hong Kong SAR, 2004.



  • WONG Hung. "Misled Intervention by a Misplaced Diagnosis: The Hong Kong SAR Government's Policies for Alleviating Poverty and Social Exclusion". The China Review vol.7 no.2, pp.124-147. Hong Kong SAR: The Chinese University Press, 2007.



  • WONG Hung. "The Quality of Life of Hong Kong’s Poor Households in the 1990s: Levels of Expenditure, Income Security and Poverty". Social Indicators Research vol.71 no.1, Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2005. pp.411-440.



  • WONG Hung. "The Quality of Life of Hong Kong's Poor Households in the 1990s: Cost of Living, Income Security and Poverty Situation". Paper presented in the Internation Conference on Quality of Life in a Global World, organized by Faculty of Social Science, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Hong Kong SAR, 2003.11.



  • WONG Hung. "Repositioning risk in social work education: Reflections arising from the threat of SARS to social work students in Hong Kong during their field practicum" (co-authored with LEUNG Tse Fong Terry and LAM Ching Man). Social Work Education vol.26 no.4, pp.389-398. London, United Kingdom: Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), 2006.



  • WONG Hung. Research report on a study on the drug abuse situation among ethnic minorities in Hong Kong. (co-authored with Kwong-leung Tang and Chau-kiu Cheung) Hong Kong : Dept. of Social Work, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2006.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Gov Document HV5824.E85 T36 2006)



  • WONG Hung. "The Resistance, Coping Strategy and Social Network of Marginal Workers in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the International Conference on Labour in a Gloablizing Worl organized by Centre for Comparative Public Management and Social Policy, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, 2001.01.04.



  • WONG Hung. "Social Polarisation and Poverty in the Global City: The Case of Hong Kong" (co-authored with LEE Kim Ming and LAW Kam Yee). China Report: A Journal of East Asian Studiesvol.2007 no.43, pp.1-30. London, United Kingdom: Sage Publications Ltd, 2007.



  • YAN Elsie C. W.; TANG So Kum Catherine and CHEUNG Francis Y. L. "The Role of Length of Service and Social Support in Mitigating Work Stress: A Study on Burnout among Elderly Chinese Volunteers in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the 5th Australian Industrial & Organisational Psychology Conference, organized by The Australian Psychological Society, Melbourne, Australia, 2003.06.



  • YUEN Man Tak; SHEK Tan Lei Daniel; LAM Man Ping; LAU Siu Ying Patrick and CHAN Mow Chiu Raymond. "Confirmatory Factor Analysis and Reliability of The Chinese Version of A Revised Teacher Efficacy Scale Among Guidance Teachers in Hong Kong". Psychologia vol.46 pp.67-78. 2003.



  • 王卓祺:《如何促進香港社會和諧》(與王家英合編),香港:香港中文大學香港亞太研究所,2006。



  • 王卓祺:《社會行動與香港》,香港:青文書屋,1989。
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  • 石丹理:<香港毒品問題的研究方向、重點及成效>,《粵港澳打擊濫用及販賣毒品政策研討會議》,香港:香港政府,2001.11。



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  • 李翊駿:《沙田區長者最希望聽到的十句句子調查研究》,香港:社會福利署沙田區安老服務協調委員會長者綜合化服務工作小組,2005。
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  • 李翊駿:《近年香港社會福利政策的發展 : 以彭定康的施政為案例》,香港:香港中文大學香港亞太硏究所,1997。
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  • 李翊駿:《香港老年社會服務法案:一個建議成立的老年社會服務網絡》,香港:香港中文大學香港亞太硏究所, 1998。
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  • 林靜雯:《新來港人士家庭工作計劃 : 10/1998至3/2000中期檢討報告》(計劃報告撰寫及整理傅淑賢, 鄧佩珊),香港: 香港小童群益會新來港人士家庭工作計劃:香港中文大學社會工作系,2000。
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  • 馬麗莊:〈香港家庭有關老師奉養的安排:養兒防老抑或自求多福〉(與劉玉  及陳膺強合著),《華人婦女家庭地位:台灣、天津、上海、香港之比較》,伊慶春、陳玉華編,中國北京:社會科學文獻出版社,2006.06,頁269-306。



  • 馬麗莊:〈香港家庭的家務分工模式:社會工作的反思與挑戰〉(與劉玉瓊及陳膺強合著),《社會工作實踐及評估學刊》,第2期,香港特別行政區:香港浸會大學社會學系,2003.07,頁3 – 29。
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  • 馬麗莊:《香港華人家庭健康》(與王家英合著), Occasional Paper No.189,香港特別行政區:香港亞太研究所,2007。
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  • 馬麗莊:《香港華人家庭健康和個人身心健康的關係》(與王家英、劉玉瓊及盤淑嫻合著),香港特別行政區:香港中文大學,香港亞太研究所,2007.06。
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  • 馬麗莊:〈從女性主義看二十一世紀香港婦女在家庭的角色:家庭社會工作的反思及啟示〉(與劉玉及陳膺強合著),《2002兩岸四地社會福利學術研討會論文集》,香港特別行政區:財團法人中華文化社會福利事業基金會,2002.10.26,頁422-433。



  • 馬麗莊:〈港人北上工作所引致的家庭適應及其對策〉(與劉玉瓊、 陳膺強及賀立平合著),論文發表於《第三屆社會意向與社會指標調查研討會》,主辦機構為中央研究院社會學研究所,台灣台北市,2006.09.01。



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  • 莫邦豪:<香港自助小組的普遍性和組織性質> (與周健林、 馮可立及魏雁濱合著),Advances in Social Welfare in Hong Kong. ed. by Daniel T. L. Shek, Lam Mong Chow, Au Chor Fai, J. J. Lee. Hong Kong SAR: The Chinese University Press, 2002. pp.311-327.
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  • 莫邦豪:<急劇社会变迁下香港市民對社会福利的評價> (與王卓祺合著),《中國社會工作研究》,第3卷,中國北京:社會科學文獻出版社,2005.02.01,頁114-130。



  • 陳膺強:〈死因變遷: 香港人口死亡率的分析〉與尹寶珊合著,見《凝視死亡:死與人間的多元省思》,梁美儀、張燦輝編,香港特別行政區:中文大學出版社,2005年7月,頁305-336
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Reserve 4 hours BD444 .N45 2005; CC General Education BD444 .N45 2005; CC Reserve 4 hours BD444 .N45 2005; CUTW-Book Collection (Restricted to CUTW users only) BD444 .N45 2005)



  • 陳膺強:〈香港在婚婦女就業模式與家庭決策〉與劉玉瓊及馬麗莊合著,見《華人婦女家庭地位:台灣、天津、上海、香港之比較》,伊慶春、陳玉華編,中國北京:社會科學文獻出版社,2006年6月,頁246-268



  • 陳膺強:〈香港家庭有關老師奉養的安排:養兒防老抑或自求多福〉與劉玉瓊及馬麗莊合著,見《華人婦女家庭地位:台灣、天津、上海、香港之比較》,伊慶春、陳玉華編,中國北京:社會科學文獻出版社,2006年6月,頁269-306



  • 陳膺強:〈香港家庭有關老人照顧的理想安排:養兒防老抑或自求多福〉與劉玉瓊及馬麗莊合著,論文發表於「社會發展與婦女家庭地位:三個華人社會之比較」研討會,主辦機構為台北:中央研究院社會研究所,台灣台北,2004年8月



  • 陳膺強:〈香港家庭的家務分工模式:社會工作的反思與挑戰〉《社會工作實踐及評估學刊》第2期 (2003年7月) ,頁3 – 29
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HV416 .S53)



  • 陳膺強:〈從女性主義看二十一世紀香港婦女在家庭的角色:家庭社會工作的反思及啟示〉與馬麗莊、劉玉合著,見《2002兩岸四地社會福利學術研討會論文集》,香港特別行政區:財團法人中華文化社會福利事業基金會,2002年10月,頁422-433



  • 陳膺強:〈港人北上工作所引致的家庭適應及其對策〉與馬麗莊、劉玉瓊、賀立平合著,論文發表於《第三屆社會意向與社會指標調查研討會》,主辦機構為中央研究院社會學研究所,台灣台北市,2006年9月



  • 陳膺強:《親屬關係與私隱 : 香港家庭中私隱範疇之剖析》,論文發表於第三屆華人社會社會指標硏究硏討會,主辦機構為香港中文大學香港亞太硏究所、香港理工大學應用社會科學系、香港中文大學社會學系及香港大學亞洲硏究中心,1998年4月30日至1998年5月2日
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HN734 .C65 1998 v.9)



  • 黃洪:《手作仔同盟計劃 : 成效評估與反思, 2001-2003》,香港:香港小童群益會手作仔同盟 - 青少年就業支援綜合計劃,2004。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HD6276.H62 S56 2004 c.2; UL HK Studies HD6276.H62 S56 2004)



  • 黃洪:<以資產為本推行社區經濟發展——香港的經驗與實踐>,《江蘇社會科學》 第2 期,中國南京,2005,頁 227-231。



  • 黃洪: <以資産爲本的角度推行社區經濟發展: 香港的經驗與實踐> ,論文發表於 《社會福利與資產建設國際研討會》,主辦機構為中國社會科學院社會政策研究中心,中國北京,2005.01。



  • 黃洪:《去權與充權 : 關於香港低收入住戶的探索性硏究》(與呂大樂合著),香港:樂施會,1995。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV4153.A5 L8 1995 c.3; UL HK Studies HV4153.A5 L8 1995 c.2)



  • 黃洪:<全球化下被社會排斥的香港邊緣勞工> (與李劍明合著),論文發表於 《全球化下兩岸三地勞工及社會保障研討會》,中國北京,2002。



  • 黃洪: <「老有所養」:在香港設立全民退休保障的建議> ,論文發表於《全球華人孝親敬老研討會》,主辦機構為香港特別行政區安老事務委員會,香港特別行政區,2004.11.29。



  • 黃洪:《困局、排斥與出路 : 香港「邊緣勞工」質性硏究》(與李劍明合著),香港:樂施會,2001。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HD5709.2.H6 K86 2001; CC Reserve 4 hours HD5709.2.H6 K86 2001 c.2)



  • 黃洪: <改造社會資本: 香港社區經濟發展經驗初探>,論文發表於《香港社會學第四次年會》,香港特別行政區,2002.11.09。



  • 黃洪: <油尖旺區的貧窮:市區舊區的貧窮集中及對策>,《香港社會工作學報》, 第34卷,第12期,香港特別行政區,2000,頁27-42。



  • 黃洪:<面對貧窮與社會排斥: 香港露宿者的處境>,《公民身份的再思與打造:華人社會中的社會排斥與邊緣性》,譚若梅、古學斌及江紹祺編,香港特別行政區:香港理工大學應用社會科學系政策研究中心,2005,頁233-256。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL JF801 .T34 2005; UL Chinese Overseas Coll JF801 .T34 2005 c.2)



  • 黃洪: <香港有幾多窮人?> (與王卓祺合著),《香港社會政治的延續與變遷》,劉兆佳,王家英及尹寶珊編,香港特別行政區:香港中文大學香港亞太研究所,2004,頁75-94。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN752.5 .X527 2004 c.2; UL HK Studies HN752.5 .X527 2004)



  • 黃洪:《香港低開支住戶開支模式硏究》(與蔡海偉、香港社會服務聯會、樂施會合著),香港:香港社會服務聯會, 1996。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HD7061 .X535 1996 c.2; UL HK Studies HD7061 .X535 1996)



  • 黃洪: <香港的合作社:沙漠中的綠洲> ,《自強的歷程--由中文打字排版工作室到女工合作社》,勞資關係協進會編,香港特別行政區:勞資關係協進會,1999, 頁39-41 。



  • 黃洪: <香港的跨代貧窮問題及其治理策略> ,《青年研究學報》,香港青年協會,第9卷第1期,香港特別行政區,2006.01,頁3-14。



  • 黃洪: <香港社區經濟發展的經驗:社區工作如何面對貧窮及社會資本弱化的挑戰> ,《華人社會社區工作的知識與實務》,張振成、許臨高、蘇景輝及羅秀華編,台灣台北:松慧文化,2006.12,頁13-36。



  • 黃洪:《香港基本生活需要研究報告》,香港:香港社會服務聯會,2005。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HC428.H6 W65 2005)



  • 黃洪: <香港貧窮狀況:從隱形到浮現> ,《紫荊雜誌》,第181期,香港特別行政區,2005.11,頁48-51。



  • 黃洪: <香港貧窮的地域集中:兼論社區發展的扶貧作用>,論文發表於《社區建設研討會》,主辦機構為上海科學院,上海市民政部,上海市社區發展研究會及上海大學,中國上海, 2000.11.09。



  • 黃洪: <香港貧窮問題的惡化>,《香港回歸中國後面臨的挑戰》,香港國際戰略與政策研究所編,香港特別行政區:香港國際政治經濟出版社,1997,頁194-206。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H757 H71857 1997)



  • 黃洪: <香港勞工政策評析>,《新社會政策》,李健正、趙維生、梁麗清及陳錦華編,香港特別行政區:中文大學出版社,1999。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV431 .H83 1999 c.4; UL Reserve 1 day HV431 .H83 1999 c.3; UL HK Studies HV431 .H83 1999 c.2; CC Reserve 4 hours HV431 .H83 1999)



  • 黃洪: <香港勞工階級的形成:宏觀、微觀及中程的分析> ,《市場、階級與政治:變遷中的華人社會》,劉兆佳、尹寶珊、李明堃及黃紹倫編,香港特別行政區:香港中文大學香港亞太研究所,2000。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN740.Z9 S6537 2000 c.3; UL Reserve 4 hours HN740.Z9 S6537 2000; NA General Education HN740.Z9 S6537 2000 c.2)



  • 黃洪:<香港綜援制度的發展與展望> ,《窮到極》,關注綜援檢討聯盟編,香港特別行政區:關注綜援檢討聯盟,2001,頁67-71。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HV4153.A5 Q54 2000)



  • 黃洪:<香港需要四條貧窮線> ,《蘋果日報》,香港特別行政區,2005.04.05,頁E13。



  • 黃洪: <香港需要哪類型的最低工資?> ,《最低工資文集》,香港特別行政區:香港天主教正義和平委員會,樂施會及香港天主教勞工事務委員會,2001,頁37-42。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HD4922.H6 Z84 2001; UL HK Studies HD4922.H6 Z84 2001 c.2)



  • 黃洪:<香港邊緣社群社會資本的貧乏> ,《Hong Kong Jounal of Social Work》,第38卷第1期,Hong Kong SAR: World Scientific, 2004,頁 53-71。



  • 黃洪:《香港「邊緣勞工」近年的發展》(與李劍明合著),http://www.oxfam.org.hk. ,香港特別行政區:樂施會,2000.07。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HD5709.2.H6 B53 2000)



  • 黃洪:《香港邊緣勞工口述》(與林瑞含、黎婉薇、李劍明、潘毅及蔡毓毓合編),香港特別行政區:樂施會,2002。



  • 黃洪:《深水埗區貧窮問題及扶貧工作現況:以「需要為本」及「資產為本的分析」》(與林靜雯合著),香港特別行政區,2005.09。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Gov Document HN754.S6 H83 2005; UL Oversize HN754.S6 H83 2005 c.2)



  • 黃洪:《終止及重新領取綜援硏究》(與蔡海偉、香港社會服務聯會、樂施會合著),香港:香港社會服務聯會,1998。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV431 .Z46 1998; UL HK Studies HV431 .Z46 1998 c.2)



  • 黃洪: <被社會排斥的香港邊緣勞工> (與李劍明合著),《華人社會中的社會排斥與邊緣性》,古學斌及李明堃編,香港特別行政區:香港理工大學社會政策研究中心,2003.11,頁167-190。



  • 黃洪:《貧窮與社會歧視研究計劃之一 : 貧窮, 歧視與排斥 : 邊遠地區青年的處境》,香港:立法會湯家驊議員辦事處,2006。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV1441.H6 P55 2006 c.2; UL HK Studies HV1441.H6 P55 2006)



  • 黃洪:《貧窮與社會歧視研究計劃之二 : 邊遠地區婦女貧窮及工作處境》,香港:立法會湯家驊議員辦事處,2007。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HD6203 .W66 2007 c.2; UL HK Studies HD6203 .W66 2007)



  • 黃洪:《貧窮與社會歧視研究計劃之三 : 貧窮、歧視與排斥 : 邊遠地區長者的處境》,香港:立法會湯家驊議員辦事處,2008。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HV1484.C64 H66 2008)



  • 黃洪:<貧窮與社會排斥:香港露宿者的處境> ,論文發表於《第二屆華人社會排斥與邊緣性問題研討會》,主辦機構為香港理工大學應用社會科學系政策研究中心,香港特別行政區, 2003,頁39。



  • 黃洪: <尊嚴與朋輩的失落:香港男性的貧窮處境>,論文發表於《近二十年華人社會之性別研究: 回顧與前瞻國際學術研討會》,主辦機構為香港中文大學香港亞太研究所性別研究中心、香港中文大學性別研究課程及北京大學中外婦女問題研究中心,香港特別行政區,2005.11。



  • 黃洪:<跨境空間: 在中國大陸工作的香港人的階級政治和身份認同> (與潘毅合著),《香港 . 文化 . 研究》,吳俊雄、馬傑偉及呂大樂編,香港特別行政區:香港大學出版社,2006,頁233-256。



  • 黃洪:《關懷露宿者2000計劃 : 深宵露宿者硏究》,香港:基督敎關懷無家者協會:聖雅各福群會露宿者服務,2001。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HV4613.A4 H83 2001)



  • 黃洪:《露宿者服務評估研究 : 期末服務評估報告》(與李昺偉、孫玉傑及蕭德健合著),香港:香港城市大學出版社,2004。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HV4613.A4 H835 2004 c.2; UL HK Studies HV4613.A4 H835 2004)



  • 劉玉琼:<香港家庭有關老人照顧的理想安排:養兒防老抑或自求多福> (與馬麗莊及 陳膺強合著),論文發表於 《「社會發展與婦女家庭地位:三個華人社會之比較」研討會》,主辦機構為台北:中央研究院社會研究所,台灣台北, 2004.08.09。



  • 劉玉琼:<香港家庭有關老師奉養的安排:養兒防老抑或自求多福> (與馬麗莊及陳膺強合著),《華人婦女家庭地位:台灣、天津、上海、香港之比較》,伊慶春、陳玉華編,中國北京:社會科學文獻出版社,2006.06,頁269-306。



  • 劉玉琼:〈香港家庭的家務分工模式:社會工作的反思與挑戰〉(與馬麗莊及陳膺強合著),《社會工作實踐及評估學刊》,第2期,香港特別行政區:香港浸會大學社會學系,2003.07,頁3 – 29。



  • 劉玉琼:< 香港學童輟學情況:輟學學童與成功復學學童之經驗比較> (與曾育彪及郭勤合著),《論文發表於內地,香港,澳門青年研究圓桌會議:訊息時代青年議題》,香港,2007.05.12。



  • 劉玉琼:《香港離婚家庭中非與孩子同住父母的親職參與》,香港中文大學亞太研究所,2002。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.130; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.130 c.2)



  • 劉玉琼:《家庭在經濟不景時期的抗逆能力》(與馬麗莊及王家英合著),香港:香港亞太硏究所,2003。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.136 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.136)



  • 劉玉琼:〈從女性主義看二十一世紀香港婦女在家庭的角色:家庭社會工作的反思及啟示〉(與馬麗莊及陳膺強合著),《2002兩岸四地社會福利學術研討會論文集》,香港特別行政區:財團法人中華文化社會福利事業基金會,2002.10.26,頁422-433。



  • 劉玉琼:《處理學童缺課及輟學問題 : 家庭為本實務手冊》(與梁玉珍及王定茹合著),香港:香港中文大學社會工作學系家庭及小組實務研究中心,2008。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies LC145.H6 L58 2008; CC LC145.H6 L58 2008 c.2)



  • 劉玉琼:《經濟困難下香港市民的家庭生活狀況及人生態度:社會工作介入的啟示》(與馬麗莊及王家英合著),Occasional paper ; no. 133,香港特別行政區:香港中文大學香港亞太研究所, 2003.07。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.133 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.133; NA General Education H62.5.H6 H62 no.133 c.3)



  • 樓瑋群:《香港拾荒長者研究.》,香港特別行政區:香港社會服務聯會,2007。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HV4153.A5 L68 2007)



  • 樓瑋群:<香港慈善事業的歷史與發展>,《中國慈善事業合作交流(香港)大會》,香港,2006.04。



  • 魏雁濱:《大埔區靑少年對社會服務需求硏究報告》(與羅維安合著),香港:大埔區議會社會服務委員會:香港中文大學社會工作學系,1994。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Gov Document HV1441.H62T34 1994; UL Oversize HV1441.H62T34 1994 c.2)



  • 魏雁濱:《中國社會工作教育 : 西方人格理論的應用》,1994。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HV11.8.C6 N44 1994)



  • 魏雁濱:《全球化时代的华人社会工作》(與马丽庄及邓广良合編),上海:格致出版社,2008。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV418 .Q84 2008; UC General Education HV418 .Q84 2008 c.2)



  • 魏雁濱:<妨礙與促進香港越軌青少年接納和完成社工服務的因素> (與張宙橋及倪錫欽合著),《論文發表於2007年5月12-13日香港中文大學社會工作系與中國青少年研究會合辦,國際社會學會34青年社會學研究委員會協辦》,中國香港,2007。



  • 魏雁濱:《兩岸三地社會政策 : 理論與實務》(與王卓祺及鄧廣良合編),香港:中文大學出版社,2007。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN733.5 .L247 2007 c.2; UL Reserve 1 day HN733.5 .L247 2007 c.4; UL HK Studies HN733.5 .L247 2007)



  • 魏雁濱:<香港中學生的盡孝意願和倫理因素> (與張宙橋合著),《中國青少年研究網 – 論文庫》,楊長征編,中國香港:中文大學出版社,2005。



  • 魏雁濱:<香港自助小組的普遍性和組織性質> (與莫邦豪、周健林及馮可立合著),Advances in Social Welfare in Hong Kong ed. by Daniel T. L. Shek, Lam Mong Chow, Au Chor Fai, J. J. Lee. Hong Kong SAR: Chinese University Press, 2002. pp.311-327.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV431 .A38 2002 c.3; UL Reserve 4 hours HV431 .A38 2002 c.4; UL HK Studies HV431 .A38 2002 c.2; CC Reserve 4 hours HV431 .A38 2002)



  • 魏雁濱:<香港社會工作者註冊制度>,《論文發表於2006年10月10日南開大學社會工作與社會政策系主辦之講座》,中國天津,2006。



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  • 魏雁濱:<家庭壓力與青少年心理健康 --- 港穗在校青少年比較研究> (與羅維安、 劉小鋼及周鳳合著),《青年研究》,1995年第2期,中國北京:中國社會科學院社會學研究所,1995,頁1-5。
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  • 魏雁濱:《家庭压力与靑少年精神健康 : 对香港与广州在校靑少年的硏究》,香港:香港中文大学香港亚太硏究所,1995。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HQ799.H6 F3512 1995 c.2; UL HK Studies HQ799.H6 F3512 1995)



  • 魏雁濱:<香港青少年從個人層次到社會層次的發展指標> (與張宙橋合著),《两岸四地青年發展指標研討會》,王志鸿、姚偉蘭,中國澳門:澳門教育暨青年局,2004.11.27,頁59-77。
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