Research Projects and Publications in CUHK- Sociology

Research Projects


  • Academic Study of Community Resistance to Kowloon Bay Health Centre

  • CHAN Kin Man
    1 September 2000
    Community Liaison Group of Kowloon Bay Health Centre & Nursing Home

    The objective of the study is to undertake a fair, objective and analytical review into the controversy on the establishment of Kowloon Bay Health Centre. Specifically, the study will identify the social and legal barriers in establishing AIDS facilities in Hong Kong, and propose measures in promoting community acceptance of AIDS facilities in the future. (SS00651)



  • Between Maids and Surrogate Parents: Foreign Domestic Helpers and Family Changes in Hong Kong

  • CHIU Wing Kai Stephen
    3 March 2003
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    This project is a pilot study of the role and significance of foreign domestic helpers (FDHs) in contemporary Hong Kong families. Most previous study focuses on the situations of foreign domestic helpers and their employment conditions while journalistic attention has been put on the abuses on the helpers or by the helpers. This study instead shifts the focus to the employers and their families. As this is a pilot project, several key research questions will be explored:
    (1) What are the factors determining the employment of FDHs by local families?
    (2) What are the main areas of responsibilities for FDHs or their roles in the host families?
    (3) What are the patterns of social relations between the host families and their FDHs?
    (4) What are the main problem areas arising from the employment of FDHs?
    (5) What would be the possible impacts on local families of the several policy proposals on FDHs being recently circulated?
    A combination of statistical analysis of Census data, content analysis of news reports and in-depth interview of employers will be implemented in this project. (SS02406)



  • Civil Society Index Study - Hong Kong

  • CHAN Kin Man, Joseph J.W. Chan*, Elaine Chan*, Chan Kam Tong*, Chua Hoi Wai*
    1 April 2005
    Committee for the Promotion of Civic Education, Home Affairs Bureau

    The CIVICUS Civil Society Index (CSI) is an action-research project that aims to assess the state of civil society in countries around the world, with a view to creating a knowledge base and an impetus for civil society strengthening initiatives. The index is composed of measurement in the structure, values, environment and impact of civil society. (SS04650)



  • A Comparative and Longitudinal Study of World History Teaching in Taiwan, China and Hong Kong, 1949-2004

  • WONG Suk Ying Veronica
    1 January 2005
    Endowment Fund Research Grant 2004/2005

    The purpose of the proposed study is to investigate systematically the development and organization of the modern world history instructional programs in three Chinese societies, namely, the mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong since 1949. Specifically, three goals are entertained. First, I will trace the development of world history teaching as a formal subject in the school curricula of these societies. Second, I will examine in detail the dynamics of the core definitions of this subject matter over time by coding and analyzing world history school textbooks paying special attention to two dimensions: a) the chronological segments demarcated, and b) the types of historical figures mentioned within these chronologies. Third, by employing both qualitative and quantitative analyses, I will assess the pertinence of major theoretical arguments regarding the institutionalization of the modern school curriculum and further develop a general perspective about what global cultural influences might mean in shaping the reality of the educational process. While preliminary findings of my study have presented a distinct trend of changes in the world history instruction in these three societies, the study is not able to capture the current situation and trend of development of this subject area since my data collection effort was only confined till the 1990s. Taking into account the rapid changes that have been taken place in these societies since the 1990s, it is extremely crucial to bring the investigation up to date. (SS04407)



  • Crossing the Divide of Culture and Industry: An Exploratory Study of the Creative Industry in Hong Kong

  • LUI Tai Lok
    1 November 2003
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    The proposed project is an attempt to study the creative industry in Hong Kong. Through an intensive case study of local collectible toy designers and their creative activities, the investigator looks into the formation of creative ideas, the interface between creativity and business, social and economic networking in the facilitation of creative design, manufacturing and business packaging, and the social structuring of a creative and innovative milieu. The findings of the proposed research would cast light on the existing debates about the significance of networking and clustering to innovation and the prospects of turning culture into marketable products. By unpacking the creative and innovative processes through ethnographic interviews, this study would also be relevant to the discussion of the significance of an ‘industrial atmosphere’ to economic success. (SS03691)



  • Developing Curriculum Materials for Liberal Studies (Advanced Supplementary Level): Basic Law and Legal System in Hong Kong

  • CHIU Wing Kai Stephen
    1 April 2006
    Education and Manpower Bureau, HKSAR Government

    The purpose of this project is to develop curriculum materials for the unit .Basic Law and Legal System in Hong Kong. that is part of the existing Liberal Studies (Advanced Supplementary Level) curriculum and will also be part of New Senior Secondary Liberal Studies. Activities and materials to be provided are as below: 1) collect relevant web links and references for teachers and students; 2) identify at least 25 relevant concepts that are essential to the study of issues for the unit; 3) develop at least 50 fact sheets of cases, surveys, critiques or others in different formats such as text, data and others; 4) develop two lesson plans to illustrate how can issue-enquiry approach be achieved by using the relevant concepts and fact sheets; 5) organize and conduct two teacher workshops; 6) compile a summary report with the comments and feedbacks from the teachers. (ED05555)



  • Explaining the Phenomenon of Hospital Readmission: A Social Analysis Approach

  • LEE Pui Leung Rance, WONG Kam Yuet Frances*, CHOW Susan*, CHANG Katherine*, LEE Wai Man*, CHAN Cecila*, CHAN Kit Choi*
    1 April 2001
    Hong Kong Polytechnic University Direct Grant

    This is an exploratory study for developing an explanatory model of the factors contributing to hospital readmission. Data are to be collected from patients readmitted in the Medical Departments of two acute hospitals in Hong Kong. Specifically, the hospital admission patient profile will be a major source of information for constructing measures for analyzing the relationships among the environmental factors (health care environment), population characteristics (predisposing factors, enabling resources, needs), health behavior (personal health practices, use of health services), and the outcome variables (perceived health status, evaluated health status, consumer satisfaction). A phenomenological approach involving in-depth interviews will also be used to uncovering the internal meaning structures of the lived experiences of the readmitted patients. (SS00839)



  • Exploring the Phenomenon of Hospital Readmission: A System Analysis Approach

  • LEE Pui Leung Rance, WONG Kam Yuet Frances*, CHANG Katherine*, CHOW Susan*, LEE Wai Man*, CHAN Kit Choi*, CHAN Cecilia*
    1 September 2002
    Research Grants Council (Coll. with PolyU ERG)

    Cost containment is an important agenda of the health care delivery system in Hong Kong. One means of reducing costs is to minimize unnecessary hospitalization. The average hospital readmission rate for medical patients, within 28 days, is 15%. Hospital readmissions are a concern because they suggest that patients are discharged with unresolved problems, or reflect the quality of care or operational efficiency of the hospital. Considering that the Hospital Authority of Hong Kong is responsible for over one million admissions annually, a 15% readmission rate imposes a heavy burden on our health services. The Hospital Authority has set a performance indicator of 7.2% for the overall unplanned readmission rate within 28 days in the general setting. Researches on hospital readmissions have mainly used biomedical variables to offer a limited explanation of why patients repeatedly use hospital services. This proposal endeavours to include biomedical and non-biomedical variables at both the individual as well as the contextual level, to build a model to better explain the phenomenon of hospital readmission. Also, this study introduces community nurse follow-up as a variable of social support. It helps to test whether a different level of care in the community, as compared to hospital care, will achieve similar health outcomes. Specifically, we question how predisposing characteristics (e.g. age, gender, education), enabling resources (e.g. social economic status, social support, discharge follow-up), need (e.g. health status, perceived needs) directly affect the repeated use of hospital services (readmission rate) and mediate the effects of health outcome (e.g. self-reported health, ADL index), which in turn affect readmission rates. We seek to discover whether improved health outcomes (self-reported health, ADL index, consumer satisfaction) tend to be related to the amount and type of health care services utilized. The study will recruit 320 sets of subjects in two acute care hospitals in Hong Kong over a twelve month period. Andersen’s health care utilization model will be used as the conceptual framework for analysis. The data will be analysed using the strategy of Latent Variable Structure Equation Modeling. (SS02790)



  • Hurting Each Other: Marital Inequality, Social Capital and Spousal Aggression in Hong Kong

  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah, CHOI Yuk Ping
    1 January 2006
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    The rapid increase in physical aggression among married couples in Hong Kong and its negative consequences for individuals, families and children have raised tremendous public concern. Yet the paucity of research in this area has not contributed to effective formulation of intervention and prevention policies. The few available studies, mostly conducted since the 1990s, focused mainly on psychological and marital factors of spousal violence. This project examines the prevalence and pattern of spousal aggression, which includes verbal aggression and physical aggression (minor and severe violence), and compares the explanatory power of various social and cultural theories of family violence. An integrated framework incorporating variables pertaining to the marital inequality perspective (including marital power, resource inequalities and status inconsistency), and variables pertaining to the social capital perspective (including informal social control, informal support, and opportunity for learning of violence disapproval), will be developed. Attitudes towards gender norms and marital satisfaction are included as intervening variables. The model will also be tested across groups of different sociodemographic characteristics, and different levels of stress and risk behaviour (such as alcohol/tobacco/drug use, and gambling). A survey of husbands or wives of more than 1,440 households selected from a three-stage stratified cluster sampling will be conducted. Subjects will be interviewed with a standard questionnaire in their homes in the absence of spouse, or in some venues outside home if absence of spouse cannot be secured. In addition to the survey, in-depth interviews and focus group sessions will be conducted so that qualitative information elaborating on relationships between the various variables and on more serious forms of spousal violence will be collected. (CU05667)



  • Low-Wage Workers: in Hong Kong

  • CHIU Wing Kai Stephen
    15 October 2007
    Central Policy Unit, HKSAR Government

    The purpose of this project is to provide a sounder understanding of current low-wage workers in Hong Kong by a) investigating workers’ experiences in relation to firm level practices; b) clarifying more how young generation of workers might or might not pursue further study for advancement and what types of constraint they face; c) deepening our understanding of the role of the household in low-wage workers’ coping strategies; and d) delineating low-wage workers’ perception on a range of social and political issues, so as to better understand their roles in achieving social harmony. It is hoped that the project will generate results that inform policies in the areas of retraining, further education for the youth promoting good practices among employers. A better understanding of wider social and political impacts of low-wage work could also contribute to innovations in social and labor policy-making. (SS07903)



  • The Middle Class in Asia: Its Ups and Downs in Three Chinese Cities

  • LUI Tai Lok
    15 November 2002
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    The proposed project is an attempt to develop a comparative study of the middle class in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Taipei. Largely an extension of the investigator’s previous study of social classes in East Asia, this project probes current socio-economic and political changes and their impacts on the middle class in these three Chinese cities. It is an examination of the changing fortunes of the middle class and the changing moral and political outlooks of the middle class there. (SS02630)



  • Northbound Pleasures: Pattern of Cross-border Deviance of Hong Kong Marginal Youths and Its Implications for Adolescent Deviance in Hong Kong

  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah, LEE Wing Lin Francis*, TANG So Kum Catherine (Dept of Psychology)
    1 December 2001
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    This study addresses the public concern over Hong Kong adolescents travelling to Shenzhen for vice pleasures such as drug abuse and unsafe sex at rave parties or other venues. It examines the pattern of cross-border deviance of Hong Kong adolescents, the social and psychological factors associated with this pattern, and its implications for adolescent deviance in Hong Kong. A number of major deviance theories, namely, differential association, social bonding, strain, labelling and rational choice theories will be integrate into a broader social capital framework
    A study group of 500 marginal adolescents aged between 14-19 years will be randomly selected from out-reaching and other social service/penal institutions. A comparison group of 500 students will be randomly selected from Forms 2 to 7 in secondary schools. A comparison between the marginal group and the student group will show whether differences in social capital and psychological characteristics will account for the differences in engagement in both cross-border and local deviance of the two groups. This study will also collect qualitative data by conducting focus groups for Hong Kong adolescents, and in-depth interviews of parents, teachers, service providers, and government officials in Hong Kong and Shenzhen. (SS01331)



  • Problem Assessment and Programme Evaluation of Drug Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation in Macau

  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah, CHIEN James M. N.*
    1 December 2001
    Government of the Macao SAR

    This study, one and a half years of duration, was commissioned by the Government of Macau SAR to the Society for the Aid and Rehabilitation of Drug Abusers (SARDA), Hong Kong in December 2001, at a research grant of HK500,000. The Chairman of the Research Committee of SARDA (Dr. James M.N. Ch’ien) and Vice-Chairman (myself) became PI and CI, respectively, of the study. There were two major objectives of the study. First, it assessed the situation of drug abuse in Macau, and evaluated the adequacy of existing work and facilities of drug treatment and rehabilitation in Macau. Second, it examined the characteristics of drug abusers in Macau, with emphasis on their pattern of drug use, social and psychological correlates of drug use, their need for services, and the difficulties they would face in re-integration into the society. The influence of the proximity of Macau to Zhuhai and other mainland cities on cross-boundary drug use among Macau drug abusers was also studied. (SS01611)



  • Sex Work in the Era of AIDS in Hong Kong: Structure, Identity, and Strategy

  • CHOI Yuk Ping, YIM Kit Sum*, HOLROYD Eleanor Anne (The Nethersole School of Nursing)#
    1 October 2007
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    Using qualitative research methods, this study will analyze the intersection of structure, identity, and strategy on influencing condom negotiation among female commercial sex workers (CSWs) in Hong Kong. A systematic comparison will be made between CSWs who work in recognized establishments and those who work on the street. Studies on the social correlates of HIV have been dominated by epidemiological research that focuses on the collection of quantifiable data and approaches that focus on intrapersonal level factors, such as knowledge and attitudes. On the other hand, studies on sex workers have been trapped in the false dichotomy of victimization and free choice. This project hopes to fill the gap on the social contexts of condom negotiation that have been left by epidemiologists and to transcend the dichotomy of victimization and free choice. The ultimate goal is to provide a deeper understanding of the complexity of the issues that are involved in condom negotiation and to inform the development of a more effective health policy and intervention among CSWs in Hong Kong, largely but not solely targeting HIV prevention. (CU07421)



  • Social and Political Change in a Period of Reform and Readjustment: Indicators of Social Development in Hong Kong 2001

  • LAU Siu Kai, WAN Shirley Po San (Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies), LEE Ming Kwan*, WONG Siu Lun*
    31 December 2000
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    This project is part of a long-term research programme that focuses on the measurement and study of social development in Hong Kong. Its prime purpose is to build up a set of longitudinal data on the subjective and objective dimensions of social conditions and social change in Hong Kong. The project will focus on social issues and political problems engendered by Hong Kong's sudden economic downturn, its long and painful road to economic recovery and the HKSAR government's multifarious reform initatives. It consists of two components:
    (1) A Hong Kong-wide household survey focusing on the social, economic, political and cultural changes among Hong Kong people in a period of economic readjustment and institutional reform. Findings from this survey should yield a valuable record of the state of mind of our community in economic hard times and socio-political turbulence and draw the attention of policy-makers to issues and problems that merit their attention.
    (2) A computerized social data bank compiling statistics on all major areas of objective social activities generated by the government and other public organizations. It should enable us to explore and analyze the relationship between the subjective and objective aspects of our social development, and to formulate appropriate and more rigorous social indexes for the purpose of measurement and comparison. (CU00331)



  • Social Class, Mobility Experience and Mobility Strategy

  • LUI Tai Lok
    1 January 2006
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    The proposed project is a qualitative study of social mobility and mobility strategy. The focus will be placed on the mobility experiences of three selected social classes (the working class, small employers and the self-employed, and middle class professionals, managers and administrators) and how they attempt to shape the prospects of the social mobility of their own children by providing them with the necessary resources (economic, cultural and social capital) for attaining high positions in the social hierarchy. Questions about social class and education (the major channel of social mobility in contemporary Hong Kong) will constitute the central issues of this project. The investigator will explore how education assists social mobility and how different social classes adopt different strategies to prepare their children, via the educational channel, for social advancement. This project will be most relevant to our understanding of the mobility experience of Hong Kong people, their perceptions and evaluations of mobility opportunities, why education (particularly the allocation of school places for children) is always a contentious issue of public concern, and how different social classes use education as a means of preparing their children for social mobility. (CU05671)



  • Study on Hong Kong's Middle Class - Their Mentality and Aspirations

  • LUI Tai Lok
    23 May 2005
    Central Policy Unit, HKSAR Government

    The study aims to investigate the mentality of the middle class in the context of recent drastic political and socio-economic changes in Hong Kong. Emphasis is placed on the notion of mentality, suggesting that behind attitudinal changes in the events of political twists and turns as well as economic ups and downs, there exists a deeper and more stable structure of norms, values, perceptions, aspirations and expectations in people’s minds. While people’s short term reactions to various incidents and happenings may well be shaped by media reports and public collective responses, their evaluations of political leaders, government initiatives, social and economic changes, and their own life situations are determined by deeper and more entrenched values. The proposed study of the mentality of the middle class will probe the moral and normative basis upon which middle class people make their evaluations and judgments of social, political, economic and cultural changes since 1997. The findings would inform us about i) what kinds of benchmark and normative rules were drawn by the middle class in their evaluation of the performances of the HKSAR Government since 1997 and ii) what would be their moral and normative framework upon which they make their judgment of future government initiative and their own personal in the face of political and socio-economic changes. (SS04953)



  • A Study on Social Enterprises in Comparative Perspective

  • CHIU Wing Kai Stephen, WONG Ka Ying Timothy (Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies)
    1 January 2006
    Central Policy Unit, HKSAR Government

    The research project compares the development of social enterprises in different countries and sees how relevant their experiences are to Hong Kong. Since the 1990s, social enterprise has emerged as an institutional innovation primarily to alleviate the problem of social exclusion caused by long-term unemployment. There are initiatives in many developed countries in the hope that social enterprises can fill the void left by the state/market failure in terms of providing employment opportunities for these marginalized groups. The project is divided into two stages. The first stage involves a descriptive overview of social enterprise development in the US, the UK, Italy, Sweden and Taiwan within a comparative framework inspired by the welfare regime literature. The second stage involves more in-depth, theory-driven comparison of how social contexts vary to affect 1) the scale and scope of social enterprise development and 2) the level of success of social enterprise development. (SS05378)



  • Support Program for the Learning and Teaching of Liberal Studies (ASL) for Secondary School Teachers and Students

  • CHIU Wing Kai Stephen
    1 September 2001
    Education Department, Hong Kong SAR Government

    The primary objective of the programme is to support the learning and teaching of social subjects, primarily AS Level Liberal Studies, at the matriculation level. The broader significance of the programme is to buttress project study approach and critical thinking at the secondary school level, and to promote students. understanding of the community and their sense of belonging by fostering the development of social subjects. Such a programme would also help strengthen the ties between our University and secondary schools and enhance our visibility at the secondary level. A series of activities is going to be orgainized, including a competition of small-scale social research projects for Liberal Studies students, preparation and distribution of online teaching and learning resources through our Web site .LS-Online. (http://liberal-studies.hk.st), and workshops and seminars for teachers and students. (SS01673)



  • To Bet or Not to Bet: Structural Disadvantage, Social Capital, Individual Mentality and Adolescent Gambling in Hong Kong

  • CHEUNG Wai Ting, CHEUNG Yuet Wah
    1 November 2007
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    The proposed study will examine and compare the extent and pattern of gambling in school youths and out-of school marginal youths in Hong Kong, and test the strength of various sociological theories of deviance in explaining adolescent gambling behavior. Although the few available epidemiological studies, which were mostly conducted since 2000 and focused on students, are useful in assessing the prevalence of gambling among Hong Kong adolescents, they give little attention to the social structural contexts and mechanisms generating adolescent gambling behavior. Besides, it has been argued that out-of-school marginal youths tend to have a higher rate of gambling than ordinary students. Yet there is remarkably little written on gambling behavior of marginal adolescents. An integrated framework incorporating the macro structural variable pertaining to the structural disadvantage perspective (that is, socioeconomic marginality), social relational variables pertaining to the social capital perspective (including informal social control, social support, social learning, and strain-coping ability generated from an adolescent’s social network), and variables pertaining to the individual mentality perspective (including risk society mentality and self-control), will be developed. Situational factors and beliefs about gambling of an adolescent will be included as intervening variables. The model provides a fuller understanding of how the interaction between social structure, social relations, and individual mentality shape adolescent gambling. A survey of students and marginal youths will be undertaken. A sample of 2,000 students aged between 13-20 years will be randomly selected from Form 1 to Form 7 students in secondary schools. A sample of 500 marginal youths aged between 13-20 years will be drawn from out-reaching social work agencies, penal institutions, gambling treatment organizations, and drug treatment agencies. This study will also conduct focus groups for young gamblers, so that qualitative data elaborating on relationships among the various variables and pertaining to the experiences of gambling will be obtained. (CU07415)



  • Who Gets Ahead (or Stays Behind): Life Chances and Social Mobility in Hong Kong

  • LUI Tai Lok, TING Kwok Fai
    11 April 2006
    Public Policy Research Funding Scheme

    One of the most important benchmarks for assessing the performance of a modern liberal government is its ability of providing its people with an environment that, irrespective of their family and social background, they can attain personal success within the institutionalized channels by hard work and the will to achieve. It is the ordinary people.s expectation that the government should work on shaping a social environment wherein chances for social mobility are available, access to opportunities of mobility is equal, and competition for personal achievement is guided by meritocratic principles. The proposed research is an attempt i) to gauge the openness of Hong Kong society by means of social mobility analysis; ii) to examine the effects of education on status attainment and social mobility; iii) to probe how the family plays its part, if any, in preparing and assisting its members in climbing up the social ladder; and iv) to analyze the effects of social mobility experience on people.s perception and evaluation of economic, social and political changes since 1997. This project would generate the necessary information on the conditions of Hong Kong society for assessing the work of the government in realizing the promises of an open society. (SS05685)




Research Publications


  • CHAN Kin Man. "Civil Society and the Democracy Movement in Hong Kong: Mass Mobilization with Limited Organizational Capacity." Korea Observer (Seoul, Korea: The Institute of Korean Studies) vol.36 no.1 (2005), pp.167-182
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical DS901.K73; Also Available Online)



  • CHAN Kin Man. "Current Challenges and Anti-Corruption Measures in Hong Kong." In The Enemy Within: Combating Corruption in Asia, ed. by Simon SC Tay & Maria Seda. pp.109 - 130. Singapore: Eastern Universities Press, 2003.



  • The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region: A Vibrant But Loosely Organised Civil Society - CIVICUS Civil Society Index Report for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, PRC. (co-authored with Chua Hoi Wai; Chan Joseph; Chan Elaine and Chan Kam Tong) Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Council of Social Service, 2007.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HN755.2.C6 H68 2007)



  • CHAN Kin Man. "Uncertainty, Acculturation, and Corruption in Hong Kong." International Journal of Public Administration (New York, USA: Marcel Dekker, Inc.) vol.24 no.9 (2001), pp.909-928
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical JA1 .A1 I593; Also Available Online)



  • CHAN Ying Keung. "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; Ma Lai Chong) Paper presented in the Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, Hawaii, United States of America, June 2003



  • CHAN Ying Keung. The Development of New Towns in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1977.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5H6H6 no.67; UL HK Studies H62.5H6H6 no.67)



  • CHAN Ying Keung. "Division of Labour in Hong Kong Families: Reflections and Challenges for Social Work." (co-authored with 劉玉瓊 and 馬麗莊) Journal of Social Work Practice and Evaluation (Hong Kong: China) vol.2 no.7 (2003), pp. 3-29
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HV416 .S53)



  • CHAN Ying Keung. The Growth Pattern of Organizations in Kwun Tong. Hong Kong: Social Research Center, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1972.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5H6H6 no.9; UL HK Studies H62.5H6H6 no.9)



  • CHAN Ying Keung. "Hong Kong residents working in Mainland China: Work-related separation and family-friendly employment policies."(co-authored with Lau Yuk King; Ma Lai Chong; and He Li Ping) International Employment Relations Review (Australia: International Employment Relations Assocation) vol.12 no.2 (2006), pp.78-90
    (CUHK Library Call No: electronic resource ISSN:1324-1125)



  • CHAN Ying Keung. Housing policy and internal movement of population : a study of Kwun Tong, a Chinese new town in Hong Kong. (co-authored with C.Y. Choi) Hong Kong: Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1977.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5H6H6 no.58; UL HK Studies H62.5H6H6 no.58)



  • CHAN Ying Keung. "Labor Force Participation of Married Women in Hong Kong: A Feminist Perspective." (co-authored with Lau Yuk King; Ma Lai Chong) Journal of Comparative Family Studies (Calgary, Canada) vol.37 no.1 (2006), pp.93-112
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Thesis HD6055.2.H6W66)



  • CHAN Ying Keung. Life Satisfaction in Crowded Urban Environment. Hong Kong: Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1978.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5H6H6 no.75; UL HK Studies H62.5H6H6 no.75)



  • CHAN Ying Keung. Mass Mobilization for Development: Water Conservancy in China. Hong Kong: Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1979.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5H6H6 no.83; UL HK Studies H62.5H6H6 no.83)



  • CHAN Ying Keung. A Practical guide to sample surveys. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Statistical Society, 1991.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Reserve HA31.2.P72 1991; UL HK Studies HA31.2.P72 1991)



  • CHAN Ying Keung. Public housing development and population movement: a study of Kwun Tong, Hong Kong. (co-authored with C.Y. Choi) Hong Kong: Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1978.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H6 no.72; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H6 no.72)



  • CHAN Ying Keung. Quality-of-life Research in Chinese, Western and Global Contexts. (co-edited with Daniel T.L. Shek and Paul S.N. Lee) Dordrecht: Springer, 2005.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies WA30 .Q45 2005; UC General Education WA30 .Q45 2005)



  • CHAN Ying Keung. "A resilience perspective on family adjustment to cross-border work arrangements of Hong Kong residents." China Journal of Social Work vol.1 no.3 (2008), pp.208-220



  • CHAN Ying Keung. The Rise and Growth of Kwun Tong: A Study of Planned Urban Development. Hong Kong: Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1973.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5H6H6 no.26; UL HK Studies H62.5H6H6 no.26)



  • CHAN Ying Keung. Sampling in the Kwun Tong Industrial Community Research Programme. Hong Kong: Social Research Center, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1972.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5H6H6 no.2; UL HK Studies H62.5H6H6 no.2)



  • CHAN Ying Keung. The Spatial Distribution of Organizations in Kwun Tong. Hong Kong: Social Research Center, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1972.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5H6H6 no.10; UL HK Studies H62.5H6H6 no.10)



  • CHAN Ying Keung. A Study of the Role of Religious Organizations in the Kwun Tong Community. (co-authored with S. Joan Delaney) Hong Kong: Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1973.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6H6 no.24; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6H6 no.24)



  • CHAN Ying Keung. “Supporting Hong Kong families with parents working in the Mainland.” (co-authored with Lau Yuk King; Ma Lai Chong Joyce; and He Li Ping) Symposium on "family and family interventions across different cultures, Hong Kong, May 2007



  • CHAN Ying Keung. A Theoretical and Operational Definition of Community: The Case of Kwun Tong. (co-authored with Ambrose Yeo-chi King) Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1972.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6H6 no.1; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6H6 no.1)



  • CHAN LAI NGO; CHIU Wing Kai Stephen and LEE Pui Leung Rance. "Gendered Preference of Chinese Medicine Utilization in Hong Kong: Perspectives from Socio-demographic Changes". The 39th Annual Conference of the British Sociology Association Medical Sociology Group United Kingdom, 2007.09.07.



  • CHEUNG Tak Sing and KING Ambrose Yeo Chi. "A Study of Confucian Entrepreneurs in Mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong". The Chinese Triangle of Mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong ed. by Alvin So, Nan Lin and Dedley Poston, London, UK: Greenwood Press, 2001. pp.53-58.



  • CHEUNG Wai Ting. "Explaining Adolescent Deviance in Hong Kong: A Test of the General Theory of Crime." (co-authored with CHEUNG Yuet Wah) Paper presented in the 56th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, organized by Society for the Study of Social Problems, Montreal, Canada, August 2006



  • CHEUNG Wai Ting. "Is Hong Kong Experiencing Normalization of Adolescent Drug Use? Some Reflections on the Normalization Thesis." (co-authored with CHEUNG Yuet Wah) Substance Use & Misuse (USA: Taylor and Francis) vol.41 no.14 (Dec 2006), pp.1967-1990
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HV5800.I58; Available Online)



  • CHEUNG Wai Ting. "A Longitudinal Study of Chronic Drug Abusers in Hong Kong." (co-authored with CHEUNG Yuet Wah; CHIEN James M. N.; TANG So Kum Catherine; PI Peter; CHOI Fai Ming Jonathan; WONG Amy Au and HO Sammy C) Paper presented in the Conference on Chronic Drug Abuse in Hong Kong: Latest Findings and Service Relevance, organized by Department of Psychology, CUHK, Hong Kong, 15 May 2004



  • CHEUNG Wai Ting. "Recreational Drug Use of Adolescents in Risk Society: Some Reflections on the Normalization Thesis in Hong Kong." (co-authored with CHEUNG Yuet Wah) Paper presented in the 99th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, organized by American Sociological Association, San Francisco, United States of America, August 2004



  • CHEUNG Wai Ting. "Self- Control, Social Factors and Delinquency: A Test of The General Theory of Crime Among Adolescents in Hong Kong." (co-authored with CHEUNG Yuet Wah) Journal of Youth and Adolescence (Springer Science and Business Media, LLC) vol.37 (Sep 2007), pp.412-430
    (CUHK Library Call No: CC Periodical HQ796 .J625; Available Online)



  • CHEUNG Wai Ting. "Social Capital and Drug Use after Treatment: A Study of Treated Heroin Addicts in Hong Kong." (co-authored with CHEUNG Yuet Wah) Paper presented in the 95th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association Washington D.C., USA, 12 August 2000



  • CHEUNG Wai Ting. "Social Capital and Normalization of Adolescent Drug Use in Hong Kong." (co-authored with CHEUNG Yuet Wah) Paper presented in the International conference on tackling drug abuse, organized by Narcotics Division, Hong Kong, 2006.



  • CHEUNG Wai Ting. "Social Capital and Recovery from Drug Addiction: Finding of A Study of Treated Drug Addicts in Hong Kong." (co-authored with CHEUNG Yuet Wah) Hong Kong Journal of Sociology (Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong Sociological Association) vol.1 (Nov 2000), pp.29-51
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Periodical HN751 .X56; ICS Periodical HN751 .X56)



  • CHEUNG Wai Ting. "Social Capital and Risk Level of Post treatment Drug Use: Implications for Harm Reduction among Male Treated Addicts in Hong Kong." (co-authored with CHEUNG Yuet Wah) Addiction Research and Theory (United States of America: Brunner Routledge) vol.11 no.3 (June 2003), pp.145 - 162
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • CHEUNG Wai Ting. "Strain, Self-control and Gender Differences in Delinquency Among Adolescents in Hong Kong: Extending the General Strain Theory." (co-authored with CHEUNG Yuet Wah) 9th Annual Meeting of Hong Kong Sociological Association, Hong Kong, Dec 2007



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. A follow-up study of former S.A.R.D.A. clients: a report of findings [香港戒毒會過去受助人之跟進硏究 : 硏究結果報告]. Hong Kong: Research Advisory Group, Society for the Aid and Rehabilitation of Drug Abusers, 1997.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV5840.H6 C46 1997)



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. "A Longitudinal Study of Chronic Drug Abusers in Hong Kong." (co-authored with CHIEN James M. N.; TANG So Kum Catherine; PI Peter; CHEUNG Wai Ting; CHOI Fai Ming Jonathan; WONG Amy Au and HO Sammy C.) Paper presented in the Conference on Chronic Drug Abuse in Hong Kong: Latest Findings and Service Relevance, organized by Department of Psychology, CUHK, Hong Kong, 15 May 2004



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. A longitudinal study of chronic drug abusers in Hong Kong: final report submitted to Research Subcommittee, Action Committee against Narcotics, Hong Kong. (co-authored with Action Committee Against Narcotics (Hong Kong, China) Research Subcommittee) Hong Kong: The Team, 2003.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HV5840.H6 L69 2003)



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. A Longudinal Study of Chronic Drug Abusers in Hong Kong.(co-authored with CHIEN James and TANG So Kum Catherine) Hong Kong SAR: Action Committee Against Narcotics, 31 July 2003



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. Brighter side: protective and risk factors in the rehabilitation of chronic drug abusers in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 2009
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV5840.H6 C495 2009; UL HK Studies HV5840.H6 C495 2009)



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. "Explaining Adolescent Deviance in Hong Kong: A Test of the General Theory of Crime." (co-authored with CHEUNG Yuet Wah and CHEUNG Wai Ting) Paper presented in the 56th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, organized by Society for the Study of Social Problems, Montreal, Canada, August 2006



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. "Is Hong Kong Experiencing Normalization of Adolescent Drug Use? Some Reflections on the Normalization Thesis." (co-authored with CHEUNG Wai Ting) Substance Use & Misuse (USA: Taylor and Francis) vol.41 no.14 (Dec 2006), pp.1967-1990
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HV5800.I58; Available Online)



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. "Northbound Recreational Drug Use of Hong Kong Youth in Shenzhen: An Ecological Convenience Interpretation." The 57th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada: American Society of Criminology, 18 Nov 2005



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. "Personal Empowerment and Life Satisfaction among Self-help Group Members in Hong Kong." (co-authored with CHEUNG Tak Sing and MOK Bong Ho) Small Group Research (USA: Sage Publications) vol.36 no.3 (June 2005), pp.354-377
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HM133.C63; Available Online)



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. Predicting adolescent deviant behavior in Hong Kong: a comparison of media, family, school, and peer variables. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1993
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.29; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.29)



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. Receptivity to traditional Chinese medicine among Chinese adolescents in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1986.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies WB50.JH6C53 1986)



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. Receptivity to traditional Chinese medicine among Chinese adolescents in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Asian Research Service, 1987.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Pamphlet Z691.C4943 R423 1987)



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. "Recreational Drug Use of Adolescents in Risk Society: Some Reflections on the Normalization Thesis in Hong Kong." (co-authored with CHEUNG Wai Ting) Paper presented in the 99th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, organized by American Sociological Association, San Francisco, United States of America, August 2004



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. Selected papers from the 2nd Conference on Social Indicators Studies in Chinese Societies. Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1995
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HN752.7 .S4 1995)



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. "Self- Control, Social Factors and Delinquency: A Test of The General Theory of Crime Among Adolescents in Hong Kong." (co-authored with CHEUNG Wai Ting) Journal of Youth and Adolescence (Springer Science and Business Media, LLC) vol.37 (Sep 2007), pp.412-430
    (CUHK Library Call No: CC Periodical HQ796 .J625; Available Online)



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. "Social Capital and Drug Use after Treatment: A Study of Treated Heroin Addicts in Hong Kong.” (co-authored with CHEUNG Wai Ting) Paper presented in the 95th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association Washington D.C., USA, August 2000



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. "Social Capital and Normalization of Adolescent Drug Use in Hong Kong." (co-authored with CHEUNG Wai Ting) Paper presented in the International conference on tackling drug abuse, organized by Narcotics Division, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2006



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. "Social Capital and Recovery from Drug Addiction: Finding of A Study of Treated Drug Addicts in Hong Kong." (co-authored with CHEUNG Wai Ting) Hong Kong Journal of Sociology (Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong Sociological Association) vol.1 (Nov 2000), pp.29-51
    (CUHK Library Call No: HN751 .X56; ICS Periodical HN751 .X56; Available Online)



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. "Social Capital and Risk Level of Post treatment Drug Use: Implications for Harm Reduction among Male Treated Addicts in Hong Kong." (co-authored with CHEUNG Wai Ting) Addiction Research and Theory (United States of America: Brunner Routledge) vol.11 no.3 (June 2003), pp.145 - 162
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. Social Costs of Drug Abuse in Hong Kong, 1998. (co-authored with CH'IEN Ming Nien James and LEE Albert.) Report submitted to Action Committee Against Narcotics, Hong Kong Action Committee Against Narcotics, Hong Kong, Dec 2000
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HV5840.H6 C54 2000)



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. "Social Costs of Drug Abuse in Hong Kong, 1998." (co-authored with CHIEN M.N. James and LEE Albert) Paper presented in the Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists Symposium on Contemporary Substance Abuse in Hong Kong, organized by Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists. Hong Kong, 23 June 2001



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. Social costs of drug abuse in Hong Kong, 1998: report submitted to Action Committee Against Narcotics, Hong Kong. Hong Kong: s.n., 2000
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HV5840.H6 C54 2000)



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. Social factors in adolescent deviant behaviour in Hong Kong: an integrated theoretical approach. S.l.: s.n., 1987
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Pamphlet Z691.C4943 S663 1987)



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. "Spousal Violence and Its Social Correlates in Hong Kong." (co-authored with CHOI Yuk Ping) Paper presented in the 59th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, organized by American Society of Criminology, - pgs. Atlanta, Georgia, USA, Nov 2007



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. "Spousal Violence in Migrant and Local Families in Hong Kong: A Comparative Study." (co-authored with CHOI Yuk Ping) Paper presented in the 通過中韓女性生活來看兩國女性政策, organized by Keimyung University, Daegu, Korea, 25 May 2007



  • CHEUNG Yuet Wah. "Strain, Self-control and Gender Differences in Delinquency Among Adolescents in Hong Kong: Extending the General Strain Theory." (co-authored with CHEUNG Wai Ting) 9th Annual Meeting of Hong Kong Sociological Association Hong Kong: Hong Kong Sociological Association, 8 Dec 2007



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "Decolonization and the movement for institutionalization of Chinese medicine in Hong Kong: a political process perspective". (co-authored with LEE Pui Leung Rance and KO S. F. Lisanne) Social Science and Medicine (Oxford, United Kingdom: Elsevier Ltd) vol.61 (2005), pp.1045-1058
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical W1 .S58; Available Online)



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "Employment Restructuring and Labour in a Flexible Labor Market: The Case of Hong Kong". (co-authored with SO Alvin Y) Paper presented in the 15th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, organized by LEST in Aix-en-Provence, Aix-en-Provence, France, June 2003.



  • CHIU Wing Kai. Family Changes and Income Inequality under Globalization: The Case of Hong Kong. Hong Kong SAR: The Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, CUHK, Feb 2005.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.154; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.154)



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "Flexibility under Unorganized Industrialism? The Experience of Industrial Restructuring in Hong Kong". (co-authored with LUI Tai Lok) Economic Governance and the Challenge of Flexibility in East Asia. pp.55-77. Maryland, USA: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2001.
    (CUHK Library Call No: HD70.E22 E34 2001)



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "Flexible Production and Industrial Restructuring in Hong Kong: From Boom and Bust?". (co-authored with SO Alvin Y) Paper presented in the conference "Labor, Race, and Empire", organized by UC-Irvine, United States of America, 2003.03.



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "Flexible Production and Industrial Restructuring in Hong Kong: From Boom to Bust?". (co-authored with SO Alvin Y) Labor Versus Empire: Race,Gender, and Migration ed. by Gilbert G.Gonzalez. pp.199-216. United States of America: Routledge, July 2004.
    (CUHK Library Call No: CC Reserve JC359 .L26 2004)



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "Gendered Preference of Chinese Medicine Utilization in Hong Kong: Perspectives from Socio-demographic Changes." (co-authored with CHAN, LAI NGO; and LEE Pui Leung Rance.) The 39th Annual Conference of the British Sociology Association Medical Sociology Group, United Kingdom, Sep 2007.



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "Getting Ahead in the Capitalist Paradise: Migration from China and Socioeconomic Attainment in Colonial Hong Kong". (co-authored with CHOI Yuk Ping and TING Kwok Fai.) The International Migration Review (ProQuest Social Science Journals) vol.39 no.1 (2005), pp.203-227.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "Governance Crisis in Post-1997 Hong Kong: A Political Economy Perspective". (co-authored with LUI Tai Lok) China Review (Hong Kong SAR: Chinese University Press) vol.7 no.2 (Oct 2007), pp.1-34
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical DS701 .C488; Available Online)



  • CHIU Wing Kai. Growth without Catching Up - Organizational Dynamics in the Restructuring of the Electronics Industry in Hong Kong. (co-authored with WONG Ka Chung) Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Feb 2001.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.115; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.115)



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "The Hollowing-out of Hong Kong Electronics: Organizational Inertia and Industrial Restructuring in the 1990s". (co-authored with WONG Ka Chung) Comparative Sociology (Netherlands: Brill Academic Publishers) vol.3 no.2 (2004), pp.199-234.



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "Hong Kong (China)". Migration and the Labour Market in Asia - Recent Trends and Policies pp.193 - 224. Paris, France: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2003.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HD8653.5 .M543 2002; Available Online)



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "Hong Kong in the Twenty-First Century: Challenges and Opportunities for Labour." (co-authored with LEVIN David)Universal Wisdom Through Globalization - Selected Papers from 12th IIRA World Congress, Tokyo ed. by Tadashi Hanami. pp.318 - 329. Tokyo, Japan: The Japan Institute of Labour, 2002



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "The Hong Kong Model of Development Revisited". (co-authored with LUI Tai Lok) Industrial Policy, Innovation and Economic Growth ed. by Poh-kam Wong and Chee-yuen Ng. pp.431 - 459. Singapore: Singapore University Press, July 2001.
    (CUHK Library Call No: HC460.5 .I53 2001)



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "Hong Kong: Garment and Electronics Industry Case Studies". (co-authored with LUI Tai Lok) Industrial Policy, Innovation & Economic Growth ed. by Poh-Kam Wong and Chee-Yuen Ng pp.460-502. Singapore: Singapore University Press, Dec 2001.
    (CUHK Library Call No: HC460.5 .I53 2001)



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "HRM in Hong Kong since 1997." (co-authored with LEVIN A. David.) Asia Pacific Business Review (Special Issue - The Management of Human Resources in the Asia Pacific Region - Convergence Reconsidered) (London, United Kingdom: Frank Cass & Co. Ltd) vol.9 no.4 (2003), pp.32 - 54
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HF3820.5 .A14; Available Online)



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "Network Deficit? Inter-firm Linkages and the Software Industry in Hong Kong". (co-authored with WONG LAI FONG YVONNE) Paper presented in the the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE), 15 pgs. Provence, France, June 2003



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "Recent Economic and Labour Migration-related Developments in Hong Kong (China)". International Migration in Asia: Trends and Policies ed. by John Simpson pp.183-210. Paris, France: Organization for Econimic Cooperation and Development, 2001.
    (CUHK Library Call No: JV8490 .I58 2001; Available Online)



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "Recent Trends in Migration Movements and Policies in Asia: Hong Kong Region Report" Workshop on International Migration and Labour Markets in Asia. Tokyo, Japan: Japan Institute of Labour, Feb 2002



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "Recent Trends in Migration Movements and Policies in Asia: Hong Kong Region Report". Paper presented in the Workshop on International Migration and Labour Markets in Asia, organized by Japan Institute of Labour, Japan, Feb 2004



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "Stagnation or Revival of Hong Kong Trade Unionism? Implications of Recent Trends in Membership and External Union Structure" (co-authored with LEVIN David) Employment Relations Record (Singapore: International Employment Relations Association) vol.1 no.1 (2001), pp. 63-84



  • CHIU Wing Kai. A Stranger in the House: Foreign Domestic Helpers in Hong Kong. (co-authored with ASIAN MIGRANT Centre) Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Nov 2005.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.162; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.162; UL Law H62.5.H6 H62 no.162)



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "Testing the Global City-Social Polarisation Thesis: Hong Kong since the 1990s". (co-authored with LUI Tai Lok) Urban Studies (London: Carfax Publishing) vol.41 no.10 Sep 2004), pp.1863-1888
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HT103.U7; Available Online)



  • CHIU Wing Kai. "Withering Away of the Hong Kong Dream? Women Workers under Industrial Restructuring." (co-authored with LEE Ching-kwan) Gender and Change in Hong Kong: Globalization, Postcolonialism, and Chinese Patriarchy ed. by Eliza W.Y. Lee. pp.97 - 132. Vancouver, Canada: UBC Press, 2003.
    (CUHK Library Call No: CC Reserve HQ1781 .G45 2003; Available Online)



  • CHOI Yuk Ping. "Association Divided, Association United: The Social Organization of Chaozhou and Fujian Migrants in Hong Kong". Voluntary Organizations in the Chinese Diaspora. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2006. pp.121-140



  • CHUA Hoi Wai; CHAN Joseph; CHAN Elaine; CHAN Kam Tong and CHAN Kin Man. The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region: A Vibrant But Loosely Organised Civil Society - CIVICUS Civil Society Index Report for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, PRC.. . Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Council of Social Service, 2007.



  • KING Ambrose Yeo Chi. "The Cultural Identity of Hong Kong in the New Millennium". Culture and Humanity in the New Millennium - The Future of Human Values ed. by Kwok Siu Tong, Chan Sin-wai. Hong Kong SAR: The Chinese University Press, 2002. pp.129 - 134



  • LAU Siu Kai. The 1985 District Board election in Hong Kong : the limits of political mobilization in a dependent polity (co-authored with KUAN Hsin Chi) Occasional papers (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Centre for Hong Kong Studies) ; no. 8. Hong Kong : Centre for Hong Kong Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1985
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H7 O3 no.8 c.2; UL HK Studies DS796.H7 O3 no.8)



  • LAU Siu Kai. Basic law and the new political order of Hong Kong. Occasional papers (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Centre for Hong Kong Studies) ; no. 26. Hong Kong : Centre for Hong Kong Studies, Institute of Social Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1988
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H7O3 no.26; UL HK Studies DS796.H7O3 no.26)



  • LAU Siu Kai. "Between Liberal Autocracy and Democracy: Democratic Legitimacy in Hong Kong". (co-authored with KUAN Hsin Chi) Democratization vol.9 no.4, London, United Kingdom: Frank Cass, 2002. pp.58 - 76.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical JC421 .D466 v.9, no.3-4, 2002)



  • LAU Siu Kai. Chinese bureaucrats in a modern colony : the case of Hong Kong (co-authored with KUAN Hsin Chi) Occasional papers (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Centre for Hong Kong Studies) ; no. 16. Hong Kong : Centre for Hong Kong Studies,Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1986.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H7O3 no.16 c.3; UL HK Studies DS796.H7O3 no.16)



  • LAU Siu Kai. "Cognitive Mobilization and Electoral Support for the Democratic Party in Hong Kong". (co-authored with KUAN Hsin Chi) Electoral Studies vol.21 pp.561 - 582. Elservier Science Ltd., 2002.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • LAU Siu Kai. "Confidence in Hong Kong's Capitalist Society in the Aftermath of the Asian Financial Turmoil". Journal of Contemporary China vol.12 no.35, United States of America: Carfax Publishing, 2003.05. pp.373 - 386.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical DS701 .J68 v.12, no.34-37, 2003)



  • LAU Siu Kai. Decolonization without independence : the unfinished political reforms of the Hong Kong government Occasional papers (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Centre for Hong Kong Studies) ; no. 19. Hong Kong : Institute of Social Studies,Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1987.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H7O3 no.19; UL HK Studies DS796.H7O3 no.19)



  • LAU Siu Kai. Development, colonial rule, and intergroup politics in a Chinese village in Hong Kong (co-authored with Chau Lam-yan) Occasional paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 90. Hong Kong: Social Research Centre,Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1980.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H6 no.90; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H6 no.90 c.5)



  • LAU Siu Kai. The district board elections in Hong Kong.(co-authored with Kuan Hsin-chi) Occasional papers (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Centre for Hong Kong Studies) ; no. 3. Hong Kong : Centre for Hong Kong Studies,Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1983.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H7O3 no.3; UL HK Studies DS796.H7O3 no.3 c.2)



  • LAU Siu Kai. "East Asia Barometer-Country Survey Report (Hong Kong)". (co-authored with KUAN Hsin Chi and LAM Wai Man) East Asia Barometer-Comparative Survey of Democratization and Value Changes Boston, USA, 2002.08.



  • LAU Siu Kai. The First Tung Chee-hwa Administration: The First Five Years of the Hong Kong Special Administration Region. Hong Kong SAR: The Chinese University Press, 2002.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Reserve 4 hours DS796.H745 F57 2002 c.2; UL HK Studies DS796.H745 F57 2002; ARL Reserve 4 hours DS796.H745 F57 2002 c.4; CC Reserve 2 hours DS796.H745 F57 2002 c.3)



  • LAU Siu Kai. The government, intermediate organizations and grass-roots politics in Hong Kong Occasional paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 93. Hong Kong: Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1980.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H6 no.93; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H6 no.93 c.5)



  • LAU Siu Kai. Hong Kong after the Sino-British agreement : limits to institutional change in a dependent polity (co-authored with KUAN Hsin Chi) Occasional papers (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Centre for Hong Kong Studies) ; no. 9. Hong Kong : Centre for Hong Kong Studies,Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1985.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H7O3 no.9; UL HK Studies DS796.H7O3 no.9)



  • LAU Siu Kai. "The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government in the New Political Environment". Hong Kong Reintegrating with China Political, Cultural and Social Dimensions ed. by Lee Pui Tak Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2001. pp.59-77.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H745 H669 2001; UL HK Studies DS796.H745 H669 2001 c.2; UL Law DS796.H745 H669 2001 c.3)



  • LAU Siu Kai. "Hong Kong’s Partial Democracy under Stress". New Challenges for Development and Modernization: Hong Kong and the Asia-Pacific Region in the New Millennium editor: YEUNG Yue Man Hong Kong SAR: The Chinese University Press, 2002. pp. 181 - 205.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HC412 .N49 2002; CC Reserve 2 hours HC412 .N49 2002 c.3; CC Reserve 4 hours HC412 .N49 2002 c.2)



  • LAU Siu Kai. "Hong Kong's Stunted Political Party System". (co-authored with KUAN Hsin Chi) The China Quarterly vol.172, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 2002.12. pp.1010-1028.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical DS701 .C472 no.171-172, 2002)



  • LAU Siu Kai. Indicators of Social Development: Hong Kong 1999. (co-authored with LEE Ming Kwan, WAN Shirley Po San and WONG Siu Lun) Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong Institutie of Asia- Pacific Studies, CUHK, 2001.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN752.7 .I53 1999 c.2; UL HK Studies HN752.7 .I53 1999)



  • LAU Siu Kai. Indicators of Social Development: Hong Kong 2001. (co-authored with LEE Ming Kwan, WAN Shirley Po San and WONG Siu Lun) Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, CUHK, 2003.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN752.7 .I53 2001; UL HK Studies HN752.7 .I53 2001 c.2; CC HN752.7 .I53 2001 c.4)



  • LAU Siu Kai. Indicators of Social Development: Hong Kong 2004. (co-authored with LEE Ming Kwan, WAN Shirley Po San and WONG Siu Lun) Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, CUHK, 2005.12.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN752.7 .I53 2004 c.2; UL HK Studies HN752.7 .I53 2004; CC HN752.7 .I53 2004 c.4)



  • LAU Siu Kai. "Intermediation Environments and Election in Hong Kong. " (co-authored with KUAN Hsin Chi) Democratization vol.7 no.2, 65-89. London, UK: Frank Cass, 2000.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical JC421 .D466 v.7, 2000)



  • LAU Siu Kai. Leaders, officials, and citizens, in urban service delivery : a comparative studies of four localities in Hong Kong (co-authored with Kuan Hsin-chi and Ho Kam-fai) Occasional papers (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Centre for Hong Kong Studies) ; no. 1. Hong Kong : Institute of Social Studies,Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1983.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H7O3 no.1 c.2; UL HK Studies DS796.H7O3 no.1)



  • LAU Siu Kai. Local administrative reform in Hong Kong : promises and limitations Occasional paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 97. Hong Kong : Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1981.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H6 no.97)



  • LAU Siu Kai. Managerial attitudes toward employees: traditionalistic or modern?. Occasional paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 69. Hong Kong : Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1977.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6H6 no.69; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6H6 no.69)



  • LAU Siu Kai. Mass media and politics in Hong Kong (co-authored with KUAN Hsin Chi) Occasional papers (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Centre for Hong Kong Studies) ; no. 28. Hong Kong: Centre for Hong Kong Studies, Institute of Social Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1988.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H7O3 no.28 c.2; UL HK Studies DS796.H7O3 no.28 c.3)



  • LAU Siu Kai. Organizing participatory urban services : the Mutual Aid Committees in Hong Kong (co-authored with KUAN Hsin Chi and Ho Kam-fai) Occasional papers (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Centre for Hong Kong Studies) ; no. 2. Hong Kong : Centre for Hong Kong Studies,Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1983.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H7 O3 no.2; UL HK Studies DS796.H7 O3 no.2 c.2)



  • LAU Siu Kai. Out of the Shadow of 1997? The 2000 Legislative Council Election in Hong Kong (co-authored with Kuan Hsin Chi and Timothy KY Wong) Hong Kong SAR: The Chinese University Press, 2002.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL JQ1539.5.A9561 2000 O8 2002; UL HK Studies JQ1539.5.A9561 2000 O8 2002 c.2; ARL Reserve 4 hours JQ1539.5.A9561 2000 O8 2002 c.3)



  • LAU Siu Kai. "Part 3 Public Opinion in the International Arena: Section Two: Countries and Regions - Hong Kong". (co-authored with WAN Shirley Po San) Public Opinion and Polling Around the World: A Historical Encyclopedia ed. by John G. Geer. California, United States of America: ABC-CLIO, Inc., 2004. pp. 597-602.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HM1236 .P8345 2004 v.1; UL HM1236 .P8345 2004 v.2)



  • LAU Siu Kai. "Partial Democratization, 'Foundation Moment' and Political Parties in Hong Kong". (co-authored with KUAN Hsin Chi) The China Quarterly vol.163, London, UK, 2000.09. pp.705-720.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical DS701 .C472 no.163-164, 2000)



  • LAU Siu Kai. Planned development and political adaptability in rural Hong Kong (co-authored with KUAN Hsin Chi) Occasional paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 88. Hong Kong: Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1980.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6H6 no.88; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6H6 no.88 c.5)



  • LAU Siu Kai. "Pragmatic Calculations of National Interest: China's Hong Kong Policy from 1949 -1997". Chinese Foreign Policy: Pragmatism and Strategic Behavior ed. by Suisheng ZHAO. United States of America: M.E. Sharpe, 2003.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS779.27 .C532 2004)



  • LAU Siu Kai. Social accommodation of politics : the case of the young Hong Kong workers (co-authored with Ho Kam-fai) Occasional paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 89. Hong Kong: Social Research Centre,Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1980.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H6 no.89; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H6 no.89 c.5)



  • LAU Siu Kai. Social change, bureaucratic rule, and emergent political issues in Hong Kong Occasional paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 98. Hong Kong : Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1982.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H6 no.98)



  • LAU Siu Kai. Utilitarianistic familism : the basis of political stability in Hong Kong Occasional paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 74. Hong Kong : Chinese University of Hong Kong, Social Research Centre, 1978.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H6 no.74; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H6 no.74)



  • LEE Pui Leung. The Birth and growth of academic sociology in Hong Kong. (co-authored with Siu-kai Lau) Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1993.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6H62 no.28 c.2; UL H62.5.H6H62 no.28 c.3; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.171)



  • LEE Pui Leung. Bureaucratic corruption in nineteenth-century China. (co-authored with Chong-chor Lau) Hong Kong : Chinese University of Hong Kong, Social Research Centre, 1978.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H6 no.79; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H6 no.79)



  • LEE Pui Leung. Changes in the family and kinship structure in Hong Kong. Hong Kong : Sociology Dept., Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1984.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HQ687 .L44 1984)



  • LEE Pui Leung. "Composition of Support Networks in Hong Kong " (co-authored with CHAN Ying Keung, PENG Yusheng, RUAN Danching and LAI Wan Foon Gina). Paper presented in the International Sunbelt Social Network Conference. Budapest, Hungary: International Network for Social Network Analysis, 2001.04.25.



  • LEE Pui Leung. Corruption and its control in Hong Kong : situations up to the late seventies. (contributors Tak-sing Cheung ... [et al.] ; foreword by S.S. Hsueh) Hong Kong : Chinese University Press, 1981.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL JQ1539.5.A56 C648; UL HK Studies JQ1539.5.A56 C648)



  • LEE Pui Leung. "Decolonization and the movement for institutionalization of Chinese medicine in Hong Kong: a political process perspective" (co-authored with CHIU Wing Kai Stephen and KO S. F. Lisanne). Social Science and Medicine vol.61 Oxford, United Kingdom: Elsevier Ltd, 2005. pp.1045-1058.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical W1 .S58 v.60)



  • LEE Pui Leung. The fading of earthbound compulsion in a Hong Kong village : population mobility and its economic implication. Working paper ; no. 55. Hong Kong : Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1976.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H6 no.55; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H6 no.55)



  • LEE Pui Leung. "Gendered Preference of Chinese Medicine Utilization in Hong Kong: Perspectives from Socio-demographic Changes" (co-authored with CHAN LAI NGO and CHIU Wing Kai Stephen). The 39th Annual Conference of the British Sociology Association Medical Sociology Group. United Kingdom, 2007.09.07.



  • LEE Pui Leung. Growth and limitations of social science research institutions in Asia : the Hong Kong experience. Centre paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 44. Hong Kong : Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1975.



  • LEE Pui Leung. Growth and limitations of social science research institutions in Asia : the Hong Kong experience. Centre paper ; no. 44. Hong Kong : Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1975.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6H6 no.44; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6H6 no.44 c.3)



  • LEE Pui Leung. High-density effects in urban Hong Kong : what do we know and what should we do? Occasional paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 80. Hong Kong : Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1979.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6H6 no.80; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6H6 no.80)



  • LEE Pui Leung. Hong Kong : economic, social, and political studies in development, with a comprehensive bibliography. (co-authored with Tzong-biau Lin and Udo-Ernst Simonis) White Plains, N.Y. : M. E. Sharpe, 1979.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN752.5.H66 1979; UL HK StudiesHN752.5.H66 1979)



  • LEE Pui Leung. Industrialization and social support in Hong Kong. Hong Kong : S.n., 1987.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Pamphlet Z691.L34 I63 1987)



  • LEE Pui Leung. "Living Arrangements and Elderly Care: The Case of Hong Kong". (co-authored with LEE Jik Joen, YU Elena S. H., SUN Shong-Gong and LIU William T) Who Should Care for the Elderly? An East-West Value Divide ed. by William T. Liu and Hal Kendig Singapore: Singapore University Press, 2000. pp.269-296.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV1451 .W532 2000)



  • LEE Pui Leung. Living arrangements and elderly care : the case of Hong Kong. Hong Kong : Faculty of Social Sciences, Lingnan College, 1997.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HC59.15 .W67 no.64)



  • LEE Pui Leung. On the logic and strategies of sociological inquiry. Centre paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 18. Hong Kong : Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1972.



  • LEE Pui Leung. Material and non-material considerations in the life satisfaction of urban residents in Hong Kong. Occasional paper ; no. 71. Hong Kong : Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1978.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6H6 no.71; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6H6 no.71)



  • LEE Pui Leung. "Network Size, Social Support and Happiness in Later Life: A Comparative Study of Beijing and Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHAN Ying Keung). Journal of Happiness Studies vol.7 no.1, Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer, Netherlands, 2006.03. pp.87-112.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • LEE Pui Leung. Organizational complexity and industrial health services : a study of Kwun Tong. Centre paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 5. Hong Kong : Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1972.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H6 no.5 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H6 no.5)



  • LEE Pui Leung. Organizational size, structural differentiation and the man at the top in Hong Kong. Centre paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 6. Hong Kong : Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1972.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H6 no.6; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H6 no.6)



  • LEE Pui Leung. Population, housing and the availability of medical & health services in an industrializing Chinese community. Centre paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 7. Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1972.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H6 no.7; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H6 no.7)



  • LEE Pui Leung. Primary health care in Hong Kong : current status & problems. S.l. : s.n., 1980.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Pamphlet Z691.L34 P75 1980)



  • LEE Pui Leung. Primary Network Support and Emotional Distress in Hong Kong and Beijing. (co-authored with LAI Gina and RUAN Danching) Occasional Paper No. 171. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, CUHK, 2006.06.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.171 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.171)



  • LEE Pui Leung. Problems of integrating Chinese and Western health services in Hong Kong : Topia and Utopia. Centre paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 40. Hong Kong : Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1974.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6H6 no.40 c.4; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6H6 no.40)



  • LEE Pui Leung. Psychiatric disorder in relation to sociocultural processes: a panel study. Okla.: University of Pittsburgh, 1968.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV689.L4)



  • LEE Pui Leung. Sex and social class differences in mental illness : the case of Hong Kong. Working paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 54. Hong Kong : Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1976.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6H6 no.54; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6H6 no.54 c.3)



  • LEE Pui Leung. Social environmental bases of fertility motivation : a dynamic view (co-authored with Ng Pedro Pak-tao). Centre paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 51. Hong Kong : Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1974.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6H6 no.51 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6H6 no.51 c.5)



  • LEE Pui Leung. Social life and development in Hong Kong. (co-authored with Ambrose Y.C. King) Hong Kong : Chinese University Press, c1981.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN752.5.S63; UL HK Studies HN752.5.S63)



  • LEE Pui Leung. Social mobility as a source of psychic stress. Centre paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 30. Hong Kong : Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1973.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H6 no.30 c.4; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H6 no.30 c.3)



  • LEE Pui Leung. Social stress and coping behavior 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.5 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H63 no.5)



  • LEE Pui Leung. "Social structure and support networks in Beijing and Hong Kong" (co-authored with RUAN Danching and LAI Gina) Social Networks vol.27 no.3, Oxford, United Kingdom: Elsevier Limited, 2005.04. pp.249-274.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • LEE Pui Leung. Socioeconomic status and psychiatric disorder: a panel study. Centre paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 19. Hong Kong, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1971.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H6 no.19; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H6 no.19 c.3)



  • LEE Pui Leung. Sociology in Hong Kong. S.l. : s.n., 1987.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Pamphlet Z691.L34 S62 1987)



  • LEE Pui Leung. The stratification between modern and traditional professions : a study of health services in Hong Kong. Centre paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 38. Hong Kong : Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1974.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6H6 no.38 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6H6 no.38)



  • LEE Pui Leung. Study of health systems in Kwun Tong : preliminary research report. (with the assistance of Grace Y.C. Chiu) Social Research Centre. Centre paper; no. 15, 16, 17. Hong Kong : Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1972.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H6 no.15; UL H62.5.H6 H6 no.16; UL H62.5.H6 H6 no.17)



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Flexibility under Unorganized Industrialism? The Experience of Industrial Restructuring in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHIU Wing Kai Stephen). Economic Governance and the Challenge of Flexibility in East Asia Maryland, USA: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2001. pp.55-77.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Global Restructuring and Non-Standard Work in Newly Industrialised Economies: The Organisation of Flexible Production in Hong Kong and Taiwan". (co-authored with CHIU Tony Man-yiu) Global Trends in Flexible Labour ed. by Alan Felstead & Nick Jewson. London, UK: Macmillan Press, 1999. pp.166-180.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Governance Crisis in Post-1997 Hong Kong: A Political Economy Perspective" (co-authored with CHIU Wing Kai Stephen). China Review vol.7 no.2, Hong Kong SAR: Chinese University Press, 2007.10.15. pp.1-34.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "The Hong Kong Model of Development Revisited" (co-authored with CHIU Wing Kai Stephen). Industrial Policy, Innovation and Economic Growth ed. by Poh-kam Wong and Chee-yuen Ng. Singapore: Singapore University Press, 2001.07. pp.431 - 459.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Hong Kong". Teen Life in Asia ed. by Judith Slater. London, United Kingdom: Greenwood Press, 2004. pp.35-50.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Hong Kong: Garment and Electronics Industry Case Studies" (co-authored with CHIU Wing Kai Stephen). Industrial Policy, Innovation & Economic Growth ed. by Poh-Kam Wong and Chee-Yuen Ng. Singapore: Singapore University Press, 2001.12. pp.460-502.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Hong Kong’s Middle Class " (in Japanese). The Emergence and Features of the Asian Middle Class ed. by Tamio Hattori et al. Japan: Institute of Developing Economies, 2002.



  • LUI Tai Lok. Light the Darkness: Story of the Hong Kong Red Cross, 1950-2000. Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong University Press, 2001.10.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV580.H73 L82 2001 c.3; UL HK Studies HV580.H73 L82 2001; MD Special Coll - Asia HV580.H73 L82 2001 c.2)



  • LUI Tai Lok. "The Malling of Hong Kong". Consuming Hong Kong ed. by Tailok Lui and Gordon Mathews. Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong University Press, 2001.10. pp. 23-45.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Morality, Class, and the Hong Kong Way of Life" (co-authored with WONG Thomas W. P.). Social Development and Political Change in Hong KongHong Kong: Chinese University Press, 2000. pp.3-31.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Rearguard Politics: Hong Kong's Middle Class". The Developing Economies vol.XLI Tokyo, Japan: Institute of Developing Economies, 2003.06. pp.161 - 183.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Research on the East Asian Middle Classes: Some Hong Kong Reflections". The Changing Faces of the Middle Classes in Asia-Pacific ed. by Hsin Huang Michael Hsiao. Taiwai: Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies and Research Center for Humanities & Social Sciences, Academia Sinica, 2006.04. pp.39-50.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Testing the Global City-Social Polarisation Thesis: Hong Kong since the 1990s" (co-authored with CHIU Wing Kai Stephen). Urban Studies vol.41 no.10, London: Carfax Publishing, 2004.09. pp.1863-1888.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Under fire: Hong Kong's middle class after 1997". The July 1 Protest Rally: Interpreting a Historic Event ed. by Joseph Y. S. Cheng. Hong Kong SAR: City University of Hong Kong Press, 2005.11. pp.277-301.



  • WONG LAI FONG YVONNE and CHIU Wing Kai Stephen. "Network Deficit? Inter-firm Linkages and the Software Industry in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE). Provence, France, 2003.06.28.



  • WONG Suk Ying. "College Systems Within A University: the Case of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (書院制與大學教育) ". Paper presented in the Annual Forum of United College 周年研討會, organized by United College, 0 pgs. Hong Kong, 2006.



  • WONG Suk Ying. "Comparative Education Society of Hong Kong: A Socio-historical Perspective". (co-authored with FAIRBROTHER Gregory). Common Interests, Uncommon Goals: Histories of the World Council of Comparative Education Societies ed. by Vandra Masemann, Mark Bray and Maria Manzon. Dordrecht: Springer, 2007.08.



  • WONG Suk Ying. "Exploring Changes in the Meaning of Global-Local Identity Through World History Instruction in Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong: A Comparative and Longitudinal Study". International Convention of Asia Scholars II (refereed major section presentation) Berlin, Germany, 2001.08.



  • WONG Suk Ying. “Hong Kong Society and Culture”. 論文發表於《Invited lecture given to the senior officials from the Chinese municipal governments 四川省, 重慶, 貴州省, 云南省, 長春, 大連, 湖北省》, 主辦機構為Business and Professional Federation of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2005.



  • YU S.H. Elena, SUN Shong-Gong, LIU T. William, LEE Pui Leung Rance and LEE Jik Joen. "Living Arrangement and Elderly Care: The Case of Hong Kong". Who Should Care for the Elderly? An East-West Value Divide ed. by William T. Liu and Hal Kendig. Singapore, 2000. pp.269-296.



  • ZHONG Hua. "Recent Trends in Women's Violence: A Comparison of Hong Kong and Taiwan". Paper presented in the Annual Meeting of Hong Kong Sociological Association, organized by The Hong Kong Sociological Association. HKSAR, China, 2006.12.



  • 丁國輝:〈生男與生女:香港生育觀念的變遷〉,《社會轉型與文化變貌:華人社會的比較》, 劉兆佳、尹寶珊、李明堃、黃紹倫編,香港特別行政區:香港中文大學香港 亞太研究所,2001.10,頁259 – 272。



  • 呂大樂:《中產好痛》,香港:進一步多媒體有限公司,2004。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H745 L85 2004 c.2; UL HK Studies DS796.H745 L85 2004; NA General Education DS796.H745 L85 2004 c.3)



  • 呂大樂:〈中產階級的自我感覺:上海與香港之比較觀察〉,《東亞之階層比較》,東京,日本:中央大學出版部,2005.03,頁213-235。



  • 呂大樂:《去權與充權 : 關於香港低收入住戶的探索性硏究》(與黃洪合著),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)



  • 呂大樂:《失業、貧窮與政府的承擔》(與王卓祺合編),香港:香港中文大學亞太硏究所,1999。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.91; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.91 c.4; NA General Education H62.5.H6 H62 no.91 c.3)



  • 呂大樂:《我們的足球場》,香港:進一步多媒體有限公司,1999。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Closed Stack2 GV943.2 .W6 1999; CC GV943.2 .W6 1998)



  • 呂大樂:〈亞洲金融風暴下的香港中產階級〉(與王志錚合著),《市場,階級與政治:變遷中的華人社會》,2000,頁431-458。



  • 呂大樂:《玩具大不同》(與姚偉雄合合著),香港:進一步多媒體有限公司,2002。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies NK4894.3.A25 L82 2005; NA Local Art Archive NK4894.3.A25 L82 2005 c.2)



  • 呂大樂:《城市接觸 : 香港街頭文化觀察》(與大橋健一合編),香港:商務印書館,1989。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H75C52 c.2; UL HK Studies DS796.H75C52; ARL DS796.H75C52 c.4; CC Reserve 1 day DS796.H75C52 c.3)



  • 呂大樂:《城市縱橫 : 香港居民運動及城市政治硏究》(與龔啓聖合著),香港:廣角鏡出版社有限公司:發行華風書局,1985。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL JS7142 .L8 c.2; UL HK Studies JS7142 .L8)



  • 呂大樂:〈思想「九七前」與「後九七」香港〉,《我們的地方 我們的時間 香港社會新編》 謝均才編,香港特別行政區:牛津大學出版社, 2002,頁449 – 475。



  • 呂大樂:〈香港:跨越全球—地方二元空間〉(與趙永佳合編),《世界城市—國際經驗與上海發展》,中國上海:上海社會科學院出版社,2004,頁126-146。



  • 呂大樂:《香港・文化・研究》(與吳俊雄及馬傑偉合編),香港:香港大學出版社,2006。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies DS796.H75 X528 2006; CC Reserve 4 hours DS796.H75 X528 2006 c.3; CC Reserve 1 day DS796.H75 X528 2006 c.2)



  • 呂大樂:《香港中產階級處境觀察》(與王志錚合著),香港:三聯書店(香港)有限公司,2003。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HT690.H6 L825 2003; UL HK Studies HT690.H6 L825 2003 c.2)



  • 呂大樂:《香港四代人》,香港:進一步多媒體有限公司,2007。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN752.5 .L825 2007 c.2; UL HK Studies HN752.5 .L825 2007 c.5; CC General Education HN752.5 .L825 2007 c.6; UC Special Language Collection HN752.5 .L825 2007 c.7; UC Language Collection HN752.5 .L825 2007)



  • 呂大樂:〈香港立法會選舉〉,《論座》,東京,日本:朝日新聞社,2004.12,頁228-231。



  • 呂大樂:《唔該, 埋單 : 一個社會學家的香港筆記》,Hong Kong : Oxford University Press (China) Ltd, 2007。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies DS796.H757 L755 2007 c.2; CC Reserve 4 hours DS796.H757 L755 2007)



  • 呂大樂:《唔該, 埋單!》,香港:閒人行有限公司,1997。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H757 L755 1997; UL HK Studies DS796.H757 L755 1997 c.2)



  • 呂大樂:《荃灣區婦女勞工工作情況調查報告書》(與伍錫康及陳訓廷提交荃灣區議會工商業委員會屬下之工商業問題硏究工作小組合著),香港:香港政府印務局,1987。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Gov Document HD6203.Z6 T812; UL HK Studies HD6203.Z6 T812 c.2)



  • 呂大樂:〈從九七香港的政治失序:階級分析的角度〉(與趙永佳合編),《香港、台灣和中國內地的社會階級變遷》,劉兆佳、尹寶珊、李明堃、黃紹倫編,香港:香港中文大學香港亞太研究所,2004.07,頁29-59。



  • 呂大樂:《普及文化在香港》,香港:曙光圖書,1983。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H75P74 c.2; UL HK Studies DS796.H75P74)



  • 呂大樂:《給大學生的16封鼓勵信》(與小思及余少華等合著),香港:中華書局(香港)有限公司,2005。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Good Reads LB2397 .J53 2005 c.4; UL HK Studies LB2397 .J53 2005; UC General Education LB2397 .J53 2005 c.3)



  • 呂大樂:《階級分析與香港》(與黃偉邦合編),香港:靑文書屋,1998。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HT690.H6 C5 1998; UL HK Studies HT690.H6 C5 1998 c.2)



  • 呂大樂:《階級認同與階級意識 : 香港與台北比較》(與梁懿剛及王志錚合編),香港:主辦者,1998。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HN734 .C65 1998 v.16)



  • 呂大樂:《誰說家長一定是好人》,香港:進一步多媒體有限公司,2002。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HQ755.8 .L785 2002; NA General Education HQ755.8 .L785 2002 c.2)



  • 呂大樂:《攜改錯液赴考的一代 : 普及文化觀察》,香港:青文書屋,1990。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H75 L83 1990; UL HK Studies DS796.H75 L83 1990 c.3)



  • 李沛良:《九七前後 : 香港的回顧與前瞻 : 崇基學院四十五周年校慶學術演講文集》(與梁覺合編),香港:香港中文大學崇基學院,1999。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H757 C5434 1999 c.3; UL HK Studies DS796.H757 C5434 1999 c.2; CC Univ Archive DS796.H757 C5434 1999)



  • 李沛良:《二十一世紀的中國社會學與人類學》(與喬健、馬戎合編),台灣高雄:麗文文化事業股份有限公司,2001.09。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Reserve 2 hours HM477.C6 X53 1999 c.2; UL Chinese Overseas Coll HM477.C6 X53 1999)



  • 李沛良:〈全球化、現代與文化多元性:分析香港中、西醫藥體系的互動〉,《二十一世紀:文化自覺與跨文化對話》,馬戎、周星編,中國北京:北京大學出版社,2001,頁384-399。
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • 李沛良:〈香港老年人的心境與社會網絡〉(與陳膺強合著),《香港社會學學報》,第三期,香港特別行政區:香港社會學學會、香港中文大學社會學系、中文大學出版社,2002.11,頁51 - 69。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Periodical HN751 .X56 no.1-4, 2000-03)



  • 李沛良:〈香港社會調查的回顧〉(與梁懿剛合著),《華人社會的調查研究》,邊燕杰、涂肇慶、蘇耀昌編,香港特別行政區:牛津大學出版社,2001,頁13-42。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN733.5 .H836 2001)



  • 李沛良:〈醫療多元格局的社會文化因素:以香港中西醫療變化為例〉,《香港社會學學報》,第1 期,香港特別行政區:香港社會學學會,香港中文大學,中文大學出版社,2000,頁1-28。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Periodical HN751 .X56 no.1-4, 2000-03)



  • 張越華:〈自我控制、社會資本與青少年藥物濫用普遍化:香港的例子〉與鄭慧婷合著,論文發表於 《「青少年違法犯罪現況及理論」學術研討會》,主辦機構為澳門青少年犯罪研究學會、中國青少年犯罪研討會、南京大學犯罪預防與控制研究所, ,澳門,2006年8月



  • 張越華:〈青少年消遣性藥物使用正常化」現象有否在香港出現:正常化概念的一些啟示〉與鄭慧婷合著,論文發表於 《第四屆中國內地與港澳地區藥物濫用防治研討會及第八屆全國藥物依賴性學術會議》,主辦機構為香港社會服務聯會,香港,2005年10月



  • 張越華:《香港的犯罪問題》,香港:出版社不詳,1986
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Pamphlet Z691.C456 X53 1986)



  • 張越華:〈香港特區藥物濫用的經濟成本〉與錢明年、李大拔合著,《中國藥物依賴性雜誌》第10卷,第4期 (2001年11月),頁293 – 297
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • 張越華:〈香港葯物濫用之社會成本〉與錢明年、李大拔合著,論文發表於《第六屆全國葯物依賴性學術會議》,主辦機構為中國葯物依賴學會及北京大學中國藥物依賴性研究所,中國福建省武夷山市,2001年6月



  • 張越華:《荷花飄香樂悠揚:崇基歌集》,香港:香港中文大學崇基學院,2001
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Univ Archive M1804 .H574 2001; CC Univ Archive M1804 .H574 2001)



  • 張德勝:〈四個華人社區的差序格局,《香港社會政治的延續與變遷》,劉兆佳、王家英、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275 – 295。



  • 陳健民:《一國兩制》(One Country Two systems) 與徐承恩合著,香港:進一步多媒體有限公司:研習所有限公司,2008
    (CUHK Library Call No: UC General Education DS796.H757 C453 2008; CC Secondary Textbook LB1607 .J5223 2008; UL DS796.H757 C453 2008)



  • 陳健民:《民主的小故事與大道理》與蔡子強合著,香港:上書局出版社,2008
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies JC423 .C45 2008; CC Reserve 1 day JC423 .C45 2008 )



  • 陳健民:《政改的困局與出路》與王家英合編,香港:香港中文大學香港亞太硏究所,2006
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.170; NA General Education H62.5.H6 H62 no.170)



  • 陳健民:〈香港利益團體與公民社會發展〉,《上海政法學院學報》第21卷,第2期 (2006年2月) ,頁16-23
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • 陳健民:《鄰近社區對愛滋病治療設施的抗拒 - 九龍灣健康中心個案研究》[Community Resistance to AIDS Facility - Case Study of Kowloon Bay Health Centre] ,香港:香港中文大學社會學系,2001年3月
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies WC503 .L55 2001)


  • 陳健民:《鄰近社區對愛滋病治療設施的抗拒 - 九龍灣健康中心個案研究》[Resistance of the Neighbourhood Community to the AIDS Treatment Facilities - Case Study of Kowloon Bay Health Centre] ,香港:紅絲帶中心,2002年4月
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize WC503 .C4452 2002; UL HK Studies WC503 .C4452 2002)



  • 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)



  • 趙永佳:〈人離鄉賤?:香港外籍家庭傭工狀況調查〉與李子樂合著,見《社會發展的趨勢與挑戰:香港與台灣的經驗》 劉兆佳、尹寶珊、李明堃、黃紹倫編,香港:香港中文大學香港亞太研究所,2006年6月,頁247-276。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN752.7 .S48 2006; UL HK Studies HN752.7 .S48 2006)



  • 趙永佳:〈香港:跨越全球—地方二元空間〉與呂大樂合著,見《世界城市—國際經驗與上海發展》,中國上海:上海社會科學院出版社,2004,頁 126-146。



  • 趙永佳:〈香港政府工會政策與工運的發展〉,論文發表於兩岸勞動條件與勞資爭議研討會,台北市政府勞工局勞工教育中心,台灣經濟研究院,2001年11月。



  • 趙永佳:〈停滯或重生:全球化對香港勞工運動之影響〉 ["Stagnation or Revival? The Impact of Globalization on the Hong Kong Labour Movement"] 與David A. Levin 合著,見《2001年亞太勞資關係論壇--經濟全球化與變遷中的勞資關係》,台灣:台灣行政院勞工委員會,中華民國勞資關係協進會,Sep 2001



  • 趙永佳:〈從九七香港的政治失序:階級分析的角度〉與呂大樂合著,見《香港、台灣和中國內地的社會階級變遷》,劉兆佳、尹寶珊、李明堃、黃紹倫編,香港:香港中文大學香港亞太研究所,2004年7月,頁29-59。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN740.Z9 S686925 2004; UL HK Studies HN740.Z9 S686925 2004)



  • 趙永佳:〈檢驗全球化城市的社會兩極化論:1990年代後的香港〉與呂大樂合著,見《社會發展的趨勢與挑戰:香港與台灣的經驗》 劉兆佳、尹寶珊、李明堃、黃紹倫編,香港:香港中文大學香港亞太研究所,2006年6月,頁3-40.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN752.7 .S48 2006; UL HK Studies HN752.7 .S48 2006)



  • 劉兆佳:〈「一國兩制 」在香港實施的歷史與政治意義〉,《二十一世紀的中國社會學與人類學》,喬健、李沛良、馬戎合編,台灣高雄:麗文文化事業股份有限公司,2001.09,頁305 – 322。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Reserve 2 hours HM477.C6 X53 1999 c.2; UL Chinese Overseas Coll HM477.C6 X53 1999)



  • 劉兆佳:《社會發展的趨勢與挑戰 : 香港與台灣的經驗》,香港:香港中文大學香港亞太研究所,2006。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN752.7 .S48 2006 c.2; UL HK Studies HN752.7 .S48 2006)



  • 劉兆佳:《社會轉型與文化變貌:華人社會的比較》(與寶珊、李明堃、黃紹倫合編),香港特別行政區:香港中文大學香港亞太研究所,2001.10。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN733.5 .S386 2001; UL HK Studies HN733.5 .S386 2001 c.3; CC HN733.5 .S386 2001 c.2)



  • 劉兆佳:《香港、台灣和中國內地的社會階級變遷》(與尹寶珊、李明堃及黃紹倫合編),香港特別行政區:香港中文大學香港亞太研究所,2004.07。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN740.Z9 S686925 2004 c.2; UL HK Studies HN740.Z9 S686925 2004)



  • 劉兆佳:《香港21世紀藍圖》,香港:中文大學出版社,2000。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H757 X526 2000; UL HK Studies DS796.H757 X526 2000 c.3; CC Reserve 4 hours DS796.H757 X526 2000 c.2)



  • 劉兆佳:〈香港人如何看待全球一體化?〉,《全球一體化與香港未來路向研討會》Public Conference on Re-inventing Hong Kong in the Age of Globalization 香港:香港中文大學崇基學院:香港中文大學社會科學院,2001,頁45 – 46。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HC470.3 .Q75 2001 c.2; UL HK Studies HC470.3 .Q75 2001)



  • 劉兆佳:《香港的政制改革與政治發展》,香港:廣角鏡出版社有限公司,1988。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H745L35 c.2; UL HK Studies DS796.H745L35)



  • 劉兆佳:《香港社會指標硏究的初步報告》(與尹寶珊合編),香港:香港中文大學香港硏究中心,1987。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN752.7 .L35; UL HK Studies HN752.7 .L35)



  • 劉兆佳:《香港社會政治的延續與變遷》(與王家英及尹寶珊合編),香港特別行政區:香港中文大學香港亞太研究所,2004.03。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN752.5 .X527 2004 c.2; UL HK Studies HN752.5 .X527 2004)



  • 劉兆佳:〈港人治港下的青年政治領袖培養〉,《青年研究學報》,第3卷,第2期,香港特別行政區:香港青年協會,2000.07,頁22-28。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Periodical HQ793 .C5 v.3, no.2, 2000)



  • 劉兆佳:〈董建華治港方略政治含量不足〉,《信報財經月刊》 總304期,香港特別行政區:信報有限公司,2002.07,頁12-15。
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • 劉兆佳:《過渡期香港政治》,香港: 廣角鏡出版社有限公司,1996。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H757L52 1996; UL HK Studies DS796.H757L52 1996 c.2; NA General Education DS796.H757L52 1996 c.3)



  • 劉紹麟. <書評:Changing Church and State Relations in Hong Kong,1950-2000>,《山道期刊》,第七 卷,第二期,香港特別行政區:香港浸信會神學院,2004.12,頁2 04-210。



  • 羅榮健、陳膺強、尹寶珊:〈老有所終?香港中年市民的退休準備〉,《香港老年學報》, 第13卷,第2期,香港特別行政區,2001.06,頁29-43。
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