TANG So Kum Catherine 鄧素琴

Research Projects


  • Cultural and Psychosocial Factors Associated with Willingness toward Posthumous Organ Donation in Hong Kong
  • TANG So Kum Catherine
    11 November 2002
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    With scientific advancements in medical technology in recent decades, organ transplantation has rapidly developed as an acceptable treatment for various fatal diseases. However, the demand for organs far exceeds that of the supply across countries. Many people die as a result of not able to find a suitable donor. This study aims to devise a comprehensive theoretical model to predict posthumous organ donation intention and behavioral commitment of signing the donation card. About 1,000 Chinese residing in Hong Kong will be interviewed. Various cultural and psychosocial factors under investigation include a sense of community, religious beliefs and cultural beliefs about death, altruistic beliefs, knowledge and normative beliefs about organ donation, and attitudes toward becoming a donor. Findings of this study have significance in designing public health campaigns to promote the acceptance of posthumous organ donation as well as to enhance the intention and behavior commitment to become a donor. (SS02574)


  • ‘CUHK’Hong Kong Quality of Life Index - Environmental Sub-Index
  • NG Sai Leung, TANG So Kum Catherine (Psychology)
    1 May 2006
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    The CUHK Hong Kong Quality of Life Index, which aims to assess and monitor the quality of life in Hong Kong, is a composite index incorporating both objective and subjective measure. This index, developed by the Faculty of Social Science of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, employs data collected in representative sample surveys and official statistics. A wide range of life domains is covered and the year 2002 is taken as the base year of the study. Index scores demonstrate that in general the quality of life in Hong Kong has improved slightly in 2003 and more markedly in 2004. Scores of the composite index and the three sub-indices on sectorial performance are somewhat higher than those of the previous years. It is noteworthy that Hong Kong has made noticeable progress and performs as well as many economically advanced societies in certain life domains. Yet, the well-being of the people relies on further improvement in others. As part of the CUHK Hong Kong Quality of Life Index, the Environmental Sub-index consists of indicators measuring the quality of our surrounding environment, including air quality, water quality, noise level and recycle rate of municipal solid waste. (SS05740)


  • ‘CUHK’Hong Kong Quality of Life Index – Environmental Sub-Index
  • NG Sai Leung, TANG So Kum Catherine (Obstetrics & Gynaecology)
    1 May 2007
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    The CUHK Hong Kong Quality of Life Index, which aims to assess and monitor the quality of life in Hong Kong, is a composite index incorporating both objective and subjective measure. This index, developed by the Faculty of Social Science of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, employs data collected in representative sample surveys and official statistics. A wide range of life domains is covered and the year 2002 is taken as the base year to the study. Index scores demonstrate that in general the quality of life in Hong Kong has improved slightly in 2003 and more markedly in 2004. Scores of the composite index and the three sub-indices on sectorial performance are somewhat higher than those of the previous years. It is noteworthy that Hong Kong has made noticeable progress and performs as well as many economically advanced societies in certain life domains. Yet, the well-being of the people relies on further improvement in others. As part of the CUHK Hong Kong Quality of Life Index, the Economic Sub-index consists of indicators measuring the economic conditions of Hong Kong, including housing affordability ratio, rental index, unemployment rate, index of current economic conditions, real wage index, public expenditure on education as a proportion of the GDP and age participation rate for first-degree programmes and postgraduate programmes in local universities. (SS06936)


  • Psychological Trauma and Its Associated Antecedents in Hong Kong Chinese Population: Establishing Normative Data for Two Measures of Trauma Symptomatology
  • Patricia LEAHY, CHEUNG Fanny Mui Ching, TANG So Kum Catherine
    12 November 2001
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    Research and clinical practice, indicate that post traumatic states can result form traumata such as war, natural or human-made disasters, adult or child sexual assault, child abuse, and crime (March, 1993). However in Hong Kong, despite the documented experience of many of these potentially traumatic experiences (e.g., Tang, 2001), no systematic study of the traumatic effects of these experiences has been reported in the English-language literature. This research programme based on a Hong Kong Chinese sample, assesses the prevalence of exposure to potentially traumatic events, identifies trauma related psychological correlates, establishes normative data for the Trauma Symptom Inventory (Briere, 1995) and the Dissociative Experiences Scale (Carlson & Putnam, 1993), and explores the applicability of imported conceptualizations of trauma by correlating these data with the Chinese Personality Inventory clinical scales (Cheung, et al., 1996).
    Implications relate to both policy and practice. The impact of unresolved trauma has been recognized as a significant public health issue overseas, including in North American and Australia (e.g., van der Kolk & McFarlane, 1996). Community crisis response programmes are costly and need to be targeted to the substantiated needs of specific groups. Survivors of interpersonal and sexual violence require funding and legislative support (e.g., Tang, Lee & Cheung, 1999). Without systematic empirical evidence of the traumatic impact of such experiences, proposals for funding and services remain anecdotally based. This study represents a new research direction in Hong Kong SAR, and aims to provide the first step necessary for the development of a comprehensive trauma research programme based on Hong Kong data. (SS01578)


  • A Study on Adolescent Sexuality and Peer Child Sexual Abuse in Hong Kong
  • TANG So Kum Catherine
    1 January 2003
    End Child Sexual Abuse Foundation

    There are increasing incidents of adolescent sexual abuse by their peers. Existing prevention and educational programs rarely target at sexual by adolescent peers. There is an urgent need to have a better understanding of sexual attitudes and behaviors of adolescents to develop and facilitate more effective sexual education and sexual abuse prevention programs for upper primary and junior secondary school students. This study thus aims to (1) provide update information about adolescent sexuality in Hong Kong, (2) explore factors related to rapid and early sexual maturation among adolescents, (3) investigate the prevalence rate and profiles o abusers and victims of peer child sexual abuse among adolescents in Hong Kong, (4) examine how sexual permissiveness relates to the occurrence of peer child sexual abuse, (5) determine health and mental health consequences of peer child sexual abuse, and (6) identify key components for education and prevention programs in relation to child peer sexual abuse. This study will consist of two parts. Part I is qualitative interviews of upper primary and junior secondary school students. Part II is a large-scale of 3,000 students. (SS02456)



Research Publications


  • "Assessing the Impact of Social Factors on the Mental Health of Chinese at Risk Adolescnets in Hong Kong" (co-authored with DAVIS, C. and KO, J. M. F.). British Journal of Social Work vol.32. 2002. pp.609-619.



  • "Basic Psychological Processes of Social Identification: The Case of Hong Kong's Return to China" (co-authored with CHIU C-Y.; WAN C.). Sociological Studies vol.119. 2005. pp.202-227.



  • "Challenges of Single Parenthood in Hong Kong" (co-authored with YU Jessie). 1st Asia-Pacific Conference on Trauma Psychology 2005.10.10.



  • "Childhood Experience of Sexual Abuse among Hong Kong Chinese College Students". Child Abuse & Neglect vol.26, 2002. pp.23-37.



  • "Cognitive-Personality Vulnerability and Event Perception in the Prediction of Depression in Chinese Women of Hong Kong" (co-authored with LEUNG Eugenie). 1st Asian Cognitive Behavior Therapy Conference 2006.05.30.



  • "Coming Out Experiences and Psychological Distress of Chinese Homosexual Men in Hong Kong" (co-authored with Wong Chi-yan). Archives of Sexual Behavior vol.33 no.2. United States: Plenum Publishing Corporation, 2004.04.01. pp.149-157.



  • "Consensual Relationship Between Practicum Supervisors and Students: An Exploratory Study of Psychologists, Psychiatrists, and Social Workers in Hong Kong" (co-authored with Wong Chi Yan). Paper presented in the 45th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Studyo f Sexuality, Texas, USA, organized by Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, USA, 2003.11.



  • "Corporal punishment and physical maltreatment against children: A community study on Chinese parents in Hong Kong". Child Abuse & Neglect vol.30, 2006. pp.893-970.



  • "Death Anxiety Among Chinese Elderly People in Hong Kong" (co-authored with WU Man Sze Anise and KWOK Chi Yui Timothy). Journal of Aging and Health vol.14 no.1, 2002.02 pp.42-56.



  • " Definition of Violence Against Women - A Comparative Study in Chinese Societies of Hong Kong, Taiwan, and The People’s Republic Of China" (co-authored with CHEUNG Fanny Mui Ching; CHEN R. and SUN X ). Journal of Interpersonal Violence vol.17 no.6, 2002.06. pp.671-688.



  • "Definitions and Attitudes toward Wife Abuse among Social Workers and Police Officers in Hong Kong" (co-authored with TAM Suet Yan). Paper presented in the 32nd Annual Conference of the Hong Kong Psychological Society, organized by The Chinese University of Hong Kong Hong Kong SAR, 2001.06.



  • "Demographic Correlates of Psychological Distress among Elderly Chinese in Hong Kong" (co-authored with YAN Chau Wai Elsie and WU Anise M.S.). Paper presented in the 33rd Annual Conference of The Hong Kong Psychological Society Hong Kong SAR, 2002.06.01.



  • "Development and validation of the Emotional Dissonance Scale: Preliminary findings from Hong Kong Chinese human service professionals. " (co-authored with CHEUNG YUE LOK). The Asian Applied Psychology International-Regional Conference (AAPI-RC) 2005.11.15.



  • "Early Childhood Trauma in Contemporary Chinese Families: A Review of Child Abuse in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Fall Symposia on Early Childhood Trauma, Alaska, organized by University of Alaska, 15 pgs. United States, 2004.10.



  • Educating for change: development of women's/gender studies and its challenges for Hong Kong. Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Hong, 1997.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.66; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.66 c.2)



  • "Elder Abuse by Caregivers: A Study of Prevalence and Risk Factors in Hong Kong Chinese Families" (co-authored with YAN Elsie C. W.). Journal of Family Violence vol.19 no.5, United States of America, 2004.10. pp.269-277.



  • "Emotional Responses to Menarche Among Hong Kong Chinese Adolescent Girls". Paper presented in the 33rd Annual Conference of the Hong Kong Psychological Society Hong Kong SAR, 2002.06.01.



  • “Factors Influencing Intention to Continue Volunteering: A Study of Older Chinese in Hong Kong” (co-authored with CHEUNG Yue Lok and YAN Elsie C. W.). Journal of Social Service Research vol.32 no.4. The Haworth Press, 2006. pp.193-209.



  • "Factors Influencing the Wearing of Facemasks to Prevent the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome among Adult Chinese in Hong Kong" (co-authored with Wong Chi-yan). Preventive Medicine vol.39. USA, 2004.12. pp.1187-1193.



  • "Factors Predicting Burnout Among Elderly Chinese Volunteers in Hong Kong: Results of a One-year Longitudinal Study" (co-authored with YAN Elsie C. W.). Paper presented in the 28th International Congress of Psychology, organized by The Chinese Psychological Society, Beijing, 2004.08.



  • "Gender Attitudes Toward Sexuality and Condom Use Rates Among Never Married Women, Single Mothers, and Currently Married Women in Hong Kong" (co-authored with Wong Chi Yan). Paper presented in the 45th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, Texas, USA, organized by Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, USA, 2003.11.



  • "Gender Stereotypes and Recruitment Decisions: A Study of Chinese Employers in Hong Kong". Advances in Social Psychology Research ed. by J.Z. Arlsdale. United States of America: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2006.05.31. pp.97-110.



  • "Health Risks and Role Spillover of Chinese Married Working Mothers in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Improving Quality of Life -Healthy Women, Health Communities, organized by School of Public Health, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2003.11.23.



  • "The Impact of Peer, Family, and School on Delinquency: A Study of At-Risk Chinese Adolescents in Hong Kong" (co-authored with DAVIS Cindy and KO Janet). International Social Work vol.47 no.4. United States of America, 2004.10. pp.489.



  • "The Importance of Developing a Positive Identity to Enhance Self-Efficacy in Relapse Prevention of Chronic Drug Abusers in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHOI Fai Ming Jonatha, CHEUNG Yuet Wah and CHEUNG Wai Ting). Paper presented in the Confernece on Chronic Drug Abuse in Hong Kong: Latest Findings and Service Relevance, organized by Department of Psychology, CUHK, Hong Kong, 2004.05.15.



  • "The Influence of Unemployment on Hong Kong Chinese Men's Mental Health: Gender Role Conflict" (co-authored with LIONG CHAN CHING MARIO). European Congress of Psychology ed. by The Austrian Professional Association of Psychology. Vienna, Austria, 2003.07.10.



  • "Intention to Participate in Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Programs: A Study of Chinese Adults in Hong Kong" (co-authored with YAN Elsie C. W.). Child Abuse & Neglect vol.28. United States of America, 2004.09. pp.1187-1197.



  • "Life Satisfaction of Chinese Males with Homosexual Orientation in Hong Kong" (co-authored with WONG J. C. Y.). Paper presented in the 33rd Annual Conference of The Hong Kong Psychological Society Hong Kong SAR, 2002.06.01.



  • "A Longitudinal Study Investigating Disordered Eating among Recently Delivered Women in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAI Pui Yee). Paper presented in the 28th International Congress of Psychology, organized by Chinese Psychological Society, Beijing, 2004.08.



  • "A Longitudinal Study Investigating Disordered Eating during the Transition to Motherhood among Chinese Women in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAI Pui Yee and TSE Winni Kwok-lai). International Journal of Eating Disorders vol.39 no.4. United States of America: Wiley InterScience, 2006.05.31. pp.303-311.



  • "The Long-term Impact of Child Abuse: A Study of Young Adults in Hong Kong" (co-authored with Elsie, Chau Wai YAN). Paper presented in the Hong Kong Psychological Society Annual Conference 2003, organized by Hong Kong Psychological Society, Hong Kong, 2003.06.14.



  • "Motivation of Drug Use and Drug Treatment of Female Substance Abusers in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHAN Gloria Hoi Sze). 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, 2004.05.15.



  • "An Outbreak of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome: Predictors of Health Behaviors and Effect of Community Prevention Measures in Hong Kong, China" (co-authored with Chi Yan WONG). American Journal of Public Health vol.93 no.11. USA: The American Public Health Association, 2003.11. pp.1887-1888.



  • "Perceptions and Experiences of Menarche: A Comparison of Pre- and Post-Menarcheal Chinese Girls in Hong Kong" (co-authored with YEUNG Yuen Lan Dannii and Antoinette M. Lee). Paper presented in the 33rd Annual Conference of The Hong Kong Psychological Society Hong Kong SAR, 2002.06.01.



  • "Personality, Psychosocial Variables, and Life Satisfaction of Chinese Gay Men in Hong Kong" (co-authored with Wong Chi Yan). Journal of Happiness Studies vol.4 pp.285-293. Netherlands: Kluwe r Academic Publishers, 2003.



  • "Personality, Psychosocial Variables, and Life Satisfaction of Chinese Gay Men in Hong Kong" (co-authored with Chi Yan WONG). Journal of Happiness Studies vol.4. Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003. pp.285-293



  • "Post-retirement Voluntary Work and Psychological Functioning among Older Adults in Hong Kong" (co-authored with WU Man Sze Anise and YAN Elsie C. W.). Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology vol.20. United States of America, 2005.01. pp.27-45.



  • "Practice of Habitual and Volitional Health Behaviors to Prevent Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome among Chinese Adolescents in Hong Kong" (co-authored with Wong Chi-yan). Journal of Adulescent Health vol.36 no.3. United States of America, 2005.02. pp.193-200.



  • "The Prevalence and Psychosocial Correlates of Disordered Eating among Pregnant Women in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAI Beatrice). Hong Kong Psychological Society Annual Conference 2003 organized by Hong Kong Psychological Society, Hong Kong, 2003.06.14.



  • "Prevalence and Psychosocial Correlates of Disordered Eating among Chinese Pregnant Women in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAI Beatrice and TSE Winni Kwok-lai). Eating Disorders: the Journal of Treatment and Prevention vol.13 no.2. United States of America, 2005.03. pp.171-187.



  • "The Prevalence of Traumatic Symptoms Following the Southeast Asian Tsunami Disaster among a Randomly Selected Sample in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the 9th European Conference on Traumatic Stress, Stockholm, Sweden, organized by European Soceity for Traumatic Stress Studies. Sweden, 2005.06.



  • "Proclivity to Elder Abuse: A Community Study on Hong Kong Chinese" (co-authored with YAN Elsie C. W.). Journal of Interpersonal Violence vol.18 no.9, United Kingdom: Sage Publications, 2003.09. pp.999-1017.



  • Psychological Health of Chinese Single Parents in Hong Kong. Hong Kong, 2004.10.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HQ759.915 .P7293 2004 c.2; UL HK Studies HQ759.915 .P7293 2004)



  • "Psychosocial Correlates of Habitual and Volitional Health Behaviors for the Prevention of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Among Chinese Adolescents in Hong Kong" (co-authored with Wong Chi Yan). Paper presented in the Society of Behavioral Medicine 25th Anniversary Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, organized by Society of Behavioral Medicince, USA, 2004.03.



  • "Psychosocial Factors Associated with Acceptance of Old Age Home Placement: A Study of Elderly Chinese in Hong Kong" (co-authored with WU Man Sze Anise and YAN Elsie C. W.). Journal of Applied Gerontology vol.23 no.4, United States of America, 2004.12. pp.487-504



  • "Psychosocial Factors Associated with Cross-border Deviance of Hong Kong Marginal Youths" (co-authored with CHEUNG Yuet Wah and LEE Wing Lin Francis). Paper presented in the 28th International Congress of Psychology, organized by Chinese Psychological Society, Beijing, 2004.08.



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



  • "Psychosocial factors influencing the practice of preventive behaviors against the severe acute respiratory syndrome among older Chinese in Hong Kong" (co-authored with Wong Chi-yan). Journal of Aging and Mental Health vol.17 no.4. pp.1-17. USA, 2005.08.31.



  • "Rates and Correlates of Adolescent Peer Sexual Abuse in Hong Kong". 6th ISPCAN Asian Regional Conference Singapore, 2005.11.28.



  • Report on evaluation study of youth mobile team service for young night drifters (co-authored with Francis Wing-lin Lee). Hong Kong : Social Welfare Dept., 1999.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Gov Document HV1441.H6 L45 1999; UL Oversize HV1441.H6 L45 1999 c.2)



  • "Responsibility Attributions to Violence against Women: A Study of Human Service Professional Trainees in Hong Kong" (co-authored with Tam Suet Yan). Paper presented in the XXV International Congress of Applied Psychology, International Association of Applied Psychology Singapore, 2002.07.



  • "Risk Factors for Chinese Elderly Abuse in Hong Kong" (co-authored with YAN Chau Wai Elsie). Paper presented in the 17th World Congress of the International of Gerontology, organized by International Association of Gerontology Vancouver, Canada, 2001.07.01.



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



  • "The Role of Part Time Work Quality in Occupational Value Formation of Hong Kong Chinese Young Adult" (co-authored with CHEUNG Francis Y. L.). Paper presented in the 28th International Congress of Psychology, organized by The Chinese Psychological Society, Beijing, 2004.08.



  • "Screening for Parental Physical Maltreatment of Children in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the 9th International Family Violence Research Conference, New Haven, organized by University of New Haspshire, United States, 2005.07.08.



  • "Sexual Abuse Prevention Training for Young Chinese Children in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the 9th European Congress of Psychology, organized by European Congress of Psychology, Europe, 2005.06.



  • "Sexual Practices and Psychosocial Correlates of Current Condom Use Among Chinese Gay Men in Hong Kong" (co-authored with Wong Chi-yan). Archives of Sexual Behavior vol.33 no.2. United States: Plenum Publishing Corporation, 2004.04.01. pp.159-167.



  • "Sexual Risks among Heterosexual Chinese College Students in Hong Kong" (co-authored with Wong Chi Yan). Paper presented in the Hong Kong Psychological Society Annual Conference 2003, organized by Hong Kong Psychological Society, Hong Kong, 2003.06.14.



  • A study on adolescent sexuality and peer sexual abuse in Hong Kong. Hong Kong : End Child Sexual Abuse Foundation, 2004.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HQ799.H6 T36 2004)



  • A Study on Psychosocial Needs and Adjustment Of Chinese Single Fathers in Hong Kong (co-authored with Wong Chi Yan). Final report submitted to the Hong Kong Association for Single Parents 49 pgs. Hong Kong, 2004.05.01.



  • "A Study on the Effectiveness of Sexual Abuse Prevention Training for Young Chinese Children in Hong Kong". 6th ISPCAN Asian Regional Conference Singapore, 2005.11.28.



  • Survey study on child sexual abuse among Chinese college students : final report submitted to End Child Sexual Abuse Foundation. Hong Kong : Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2000.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HV6570.4.H6 T36 2000)



  • Teaching for quality learning at university : what the student does. (co-authored with John Biggs). Maidenhead : McGraw-Hill/Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press, 2007.
    (CUHK Library Call No: CC LB2331 .B526 2007)



  • "Victimization Experiences of Chinese Gay Men and Lesbians in Hong Kong" (co-authored with Wong Chi Yan). 1st Asia-Pacific Conference on Trauma Psychology 2005.11.10.



  • "Violence Defined and Experienced by Female Filipino Domestic Workers in Hong Kong : The Development of An Indigenous Abuse Scale" (co-authored with Tam Suet Yan). Paper presented in the Hong Kong Psychological Society Annual Conference 2003, organized by Hong Kong Psychological Society, Hong Kong, 2003.06.14.



  • ""We Do Suffer!": A Cultural and Gendered Approach to Perimenstrual Distress among Chinese Women in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LEE Antoinette Marie). Paper presented in the XXV International Congress of Applied Psychology, International Association of Applied Psychology Singapore, 2002.07.



  • "Willingness to Refer Elderly People to Old Age Homes: A Study of Hong Kong Chinese College Students" (co-authored with CHAU Wai Yan Elsie and WU Anise M.S.). Paper presented in the Valencia Forum: An International Scientific Congress of Gerontology, organized by International Association of Gerontology. Valencia, Spain, 2002.04.02.



  • 《一九九三年兩性角色交流會--婦女與社區參與》,香港:香港中文大學香港亞太硏究所性別硏究計劃,1994。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HQ1781 .I237 1994)



  • 《青少年性知識及朋輩間性侵犯研究 : 交予護苗基金之終期報告二零零四年五月》,香港:香港中文大學,2004。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HV6570.4.H6 T34 2004)



  • 《保護我和孩子--性暴力遠離我》,香港:香港中文大學香港亞太研究所性別研究計劃,2000。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV6593.H6 L52 2000; UL HK Studies HV6593.H6 L52 2000 c.3)



  • 《追溯兒童性侵犯個案專訪》,香港:香港中文大學:護苗基金,2000。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HV6570.4.H6 P35 2000; UL HK Studies HV6570.4.H6 P35 2000 c.2)



  • 《探討香港兒童性侵犯問題硏》,香港:香港中文大學:護苗基金,2000。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HV6570.4.H6 T3612 2000; UL HK Studies HV6570.4.H6 T3612 2000 c.2)



  • 《「探討香港童黨和離家出走靑少年的危機及保護因素」報告撮要》,香港:社會福利署邊緣靑少年服務工作小組,1997。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HV9213.A5 T45 1997; UL HK Studies HV9213.A5 T45 1997 c.2)



  • 《愛滋? 我知! 健康婦女新開始》,香港:香港中文大學香港亞太研究所性別研究計劃,1998。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies WC503.6 .L52 1998)


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