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Prof. CHUI Wing Hong Eric (崔永康教授)

BSW (HKU), MPhil (Cambridge), PhD (Cambridge)
RSW

Professor

Contact Information

Office: Y7309 Academic Building 1
Phone: 34428262
Fax: 34420283
Email: eric.chui@cityu.edu.hk

Research Interests

  • Youth and Crime
  • Criminology
  • Criminal Justice
  • Youth Social Work

Publication (Edited)

  • Understanding Criminal Justice in Hong Kong (2nd ed.) (with T. Wing Lo) (2017)


  • Research Methods for Law (2nd ed.) (with Mike McConville) (2017)


  • School Social Work: Current Practice and Research (2013)


  • Understanding Criminal Justice in Hong Kong (1st ed.) (with T. Wing Lo) (2008)


  • Social Work and Human Services Best Practice (with Jill Wilson) (2006)


  • Moving Probation Forward: Evidence, Arguments and Practice (with Mike Nellis) (2003)


Publication (Authored)

  • Responding to Youth Crime in Hong Kong (with Mike Adorjan, 2014)


  • The Hong Kong Legal System (with Stefan Lo, 2012)


Eric Chui has been appointed as Professor in the Department of Applied Social Sciences since August 2014. Prior to this appointment, he was the Associate Dean (Undergraduate Education) of the Faculty of Social Sciences (2011-2014) and Associate Professor in the Department of Social Work and Social Administration (2008-2014) at the University of Hong Kong. Now he has also been appointed by the Department of Social Work and Social Administration as an Honorary Professor and by the Centre for Criminology as Honorary Fellow for a period of three years (2014-2017) at the University of Hong Kong.

Previously, he taught social work, criminology and law at the University of Exeter (UK), University of Queensland (Australia), and The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Eric was educated at the University of Hong Kong (BSW) and the University of Cambridge (MPhil, PhD). His current research interests focus on the effectiveness of probation supervision for young offenders, and young defendants’ views of the legal personnel in Hong Kong. Eric was the managing editor and book review editor of the Asian Journal of Criminology, and serves on the editorial board of a number of academic journals including the Australian Social Work (SSCI), Child & Family Social Work (SSCI), International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology (SSCI), and Social Work Education: An International Journal.


Award and Achievement

  • 1993 “HongKong and Shanghai Bank Scholarships” HSBC.
  • 1993 “Swire Exhibitions (for Swire Hall at the University of Hong Kong)” John Swire & Sons. [URL]
  • 1994 “Cambridge Commonwealth Trust” UK Commonwealth Trust.
  • 1995 “S.L. Pao Education Foundation Scholarship” S.L. Pao Education Foundation.
  • 1997 “Li Po Chun Charitable Trust Fund Overseas Postgraduate Scholarships ” Li Po Chun Charitable Trust Fund.
  • 2000 “The Oxford and Cambridge Society of Hong Kong Scholarship Grant Award ” The Oxford and Cambridge Society of Hong Kong.
  • 2010 “Young Scholar Award for Outstanding Abstract” 2010 Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development.
  • Oct 2015 “International Ambassador” British Society of Criminology. [URL]
  • 2016 “COFUND Senior Research Fellowship” Durham University. [URL]


Previous Experience

  • 2008 - 2014, Associate Professor, Department of Social Work and Social Administration, HKU. Concurrent appointment as Associate Dean (Undergraduate Education) of the Faculty of Social Sciences (2011-2014).
  • 2007 - 2008, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, CUHK.
  • 2005 - 2007, Senior Lecturer, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland.
  • 2002 - 2005, Assistant Professor, School of Law, CityU.
  • 2000 - 2002, Lecturer, School of Social Work and Social Policy, The University of Queensland.
  • 1999 - 2000, Lecturer, Department of Social Work and Probation Studies, The University of Exeter.
  • 1998 - 1999, Fieldwork Instructor, Division of Social Studies, CityU.
  • 1993 - 1998, Team Leader (Outreaching Team), HKYWCA.


Research Grant

  • Enhancing Corporate and Organizational Information Security Practices with a Framework for Data Breach Notification, General Research Fund, RGC, Amount: HKD $559,920, 2017 - 2018, Rebecca Ong (PI), Eric Chui (Co-I), Sarah Sabapathy (Co-I).
  • A Study on Social Costs of Crime, Correctional Services Department, HKSAR, Amount: HKD $488,718, Aug 2016 - Mar 2017, Eric Chui (PI), Jacky Cheung (Co-PI), Raysen Cheung (Co-I).
  • Discovering Criminological Theory via Experiential Simulation and E-learning, Teaching Development Grant, City University of Hong Kong, Amount: HKD $100,000, 2016 - 2017, Eric Chui (PI).
  • Life and Career Planning among Youth in Hong Kong, St James' Settlement, 2016, Eric Chui (PI), Raysen Cheung (Co-I).
  • Life Planning of Young People in Hong Kong: Examining Propositions, Perceptions, Parental Involvement and Best Practice, Home Affairs Bureau, HKSAR, Amount: HKD $553,065, 2016 - 2017, Eric Chui (PI), Raysen Cheung (Co-I).
  • Identities of Youths in Hong Kong: Values, Well-being and Views, City University of Hong Kong, Amount: HKD $396,440, 2015 - 2017, Eric Chui (PI), Mathew Wong, HKU (Co-I), Lawrence Ho, HKIEd (Co-I).
  • Youth Well-being Research and Research on Children from Divorced Family, Associacao de Juventude Lar Salesiano Dom Bosco, Macau, 2015, Eric Chui (PI).
  • Study on Youth Violence and its Intervention, Social Welfare Development Fund, Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, Amount: HKD $200,000, 2014 - 2016, Eric Chui (PI).
  • The Causes and Effects of ‘Cracked Trials’: An Empirical Study in the Hong Kong Magistrates’ Courts, General Research Fund, RGC, Estimated Amount: HKD $512,000, 2014 - 2017, Kevin Cheng, CUHK (PI), Eric Chui (Co-I), Simon Young, HKU (Co-I), Rebecca Ong (Co-I).
  • Enhancement of Service for Elderly Ex-offenders, Social Welfare Development Fund, The Society for Community Organization, Amount: HKD $152,900, 2013 - 2014, Eric Chui (PI).
  • Young People and Quality of Life in Hong Kong, HKYWCA, Amount: HKD $150,000, 2012 - 2013, Eric Chui (PI).
  • Research on Escola Dom Luis Versiglia School Curriculum and Residential Home Project, Escola Dom Luis Versiglia, Macau , Amount: HKD $166,750, 2011 - 2012, Eric Chui (PI).
  • The Management of Older People’s Financial Assets in Hong Kong, CADENZA, The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, Amount: HKD $1,412,900, 2011 - 2012, Eric Chui (PI), Jill Wilson (Co-I), Cheryl Tilse (Co-I), Jean Woo (Co-I).
  • Young People’s Knowledge and Experience of Legal Personnel in Hong Kong, GRF, RGC, Amount: HKD $595,962, 2011 - 2014, Eric Chui (PI), Rebecca Ong (Co-I).
  • Young Offenders on Probation Orders: A Panel Study, GRF (formerly RGC Competitive Earmaked Research Grant), RGC, Amount: HKD $721,600, 2008 - 2011, Eric Chui (PI), Mike McConville (Co-I).
  • Investigation and Analysis of Issues Raised by Self-representation in the High Court of Hong Kong, GRF (Formerly RGC Competitive Earmaked Research Grant), RGC, Amount: HKD $320,000, 2004 - 2006, Elsa Kelly (PI), Camille Cameron (Co-I), Eric Chui (Co-I).


Publication Show All Publications Show Prominent Publications


Journal

  • Chui, W. H. & Wong, M. YH. (in press). Association between parents’ marital status and the development of purpose, hope, and self-esteem in adolescents in Hong Kong. Journal of Family Issues. doi:10.1177/0192513X15606490
  • Liu, L. & Chui, W. H. (in press). Chinese culture and its influence on female prisoner behavior in the prisoner-guard relationship. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology. doi:10.1177/0004865816679685
  • Chui, W. H. & Cheng, K. KY. (in press). Perception of fairness and satisfaction in lawyer-client interactions among young offenders in Hong Kong. Journal of Mixed Methods Research. doi:10.1177/1558689815593834
  • Chan, H. CO. & Chui, W. H. (in press). The influence of low self-control on violent and nonviolent delinquencies: A study of male adolescents from two Chinese societies. The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology. doi:10.1080/14789949.2015.1012534
  • Chui, W. H. & Cheng, K. KY. (in press). Validation of a Chinese version of the Attitudes Toward Prisoners scale. The Prison Journal.
  • Chui, W. H. & Wong, M. YH. (2017). Avoiding disappointment or fulfilling expectation: A study of gender, academic achievement, and family functioning among Hong Kong adolescents. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 26 (1). 48 - 56.
  • Chui, W. H. & Cheng, K. KY. (2017). Criminal sentiments and behaviors among young people in Hong Kong. International Journal of Adolescence & Youth. 22 (1). 57 - 67.
  • Wong, M. YH. & Chui, W. H. (2017). Economic development and subjective well-being: A comparative study of hope and purpose in the lives of adolescents in Hong Kong and Macau. Child Indicators Research. 10 (1). 247 - 265.
  • Chui, W. H. , Wu, J. , Kowk, Y. Y. & Liu, L. (2017). Validation of the Offending-related Attitudes Questionnaire of CRIME-PICS II scale (Chinese). Research on Social Work Practice. 27 (1). 80 - 90.
  • Chui, W. H. (2016). Association between caregiver stress and behavioral problems in the children of incarcerated fathers in Hong Kong. Maternal and Child Health Journal. 20 (10). 2074 - 2083.
  • Chui, W. H. & Wong, M. YH. (2016). Gender differences in happiness and life satisfaction among adolescents in Hong Kong. Social Indicators Research. 125 (3). 1035 - 1051.
  • Chui, W. H. (2016). Incarceration and family stress as understood through the family process theory: Evidence from Hong Kong. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 881. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00881
  • Weng, X. , Ran, M. S. & Chui, W. H. (2016). Juvenile delinquency in Chinese adolescents: An ecological review of the literature. Aggression and Violent Behavior. 31. 26 - 36.
  • Ling, WH. H. & Chui, W. H. (2016). Students’ willingness to future volunteering in Hong Kong. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. 27 (5). 2311 - 2329.
  • Chui, W. H. & Chan, H. C. (2016). The gendered analysis of self-control on theft and violent delinquency: An examination of Hong Kong adolescent population. Crime & Delinquency. 62 (12). 1648 - 1677.
  • Chui, W. H. & Yeung, A. Y. (2016). Understanding the conspiracy of silence: Factors associated with whether caregivers choose to disclose incarceration information to children with imprisoned fathers. The Prison Journal. 96 (6). 877 - 893.
  • Chui, W. H. (2016). Voices of the incarcerated father: Struggling to live up to fatherhood. Criminology & Criminal Justice. 16 (1). 60 - 79.
  • Chui, W. H. & Cheng, K. KY. (2015). A comparison of attitudes toward prisoners by religious and non-religious college students in Hong Kong. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. 59 (10). 1066 - 1078.
  • Chui, W. H. , Cheng, K. KY. & Ong, R. (2015). Attitudes of the Hong Kong Chinese public towards sex offending policies: The role of stereotypical views of sex offenders. Punishment & Society. 17 (1). 94 - 113.
  • Cheng, K. KY. & Chui, W. H. (2015). Beyond the shadow-of-trial: Decision-making behind plea bargaining in Hong Kong. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice. 43 (4). 397 - 411.
  • Chan, H. C. , Lo, T. W. , Zhong, L. Y. & Chui, W. H. (2015). Criminal recidivism of incarcerated male nonviolent offenders in Hong Kong. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. 59 (2). 121 - 142.
  • Ong, R. , Sabapathy, S. & Chui, W. H. (2015). Mind the gap: Hong Kong’s sexual conviction record scheme. Asian Journal of Comparative Law. 10 (2). 295 - 322.
  • Cheng, K. KY. & Chui, W. H. (2015). Providing justice for low-income youths: Publicly-funded lawyers and youth clients in Hong Kong. Social & Legal Studies. 24 (4). 577 - 593.
  • Chui, W. H. & Ling, W. HH. (2015). School social work practice and research around the globe. Children & Schools. 37 (4). 249 - 250.
  • Chui, W. H. & Chan, H. C. (2015). Self-control, school bullying perpetration and victimization among Macanese adolescents. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 24 (6). 1751 - 1761.
  • Chan, H. CO. & Chui, W. H. (2015). Social bond and self-reported nonviolent and violent delinquency: A study of traditional low risk, at-risk, and adjudicated male Chinese adolescents. Child and Youth Care Forum. 44 (5). 711 - 730.
  • Chui, W. H. & Cheng, K. KY. (2015). Young people’s perception of lawyers in Hong Kong: A comparison between offenders, youth-at-risk and students. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice. 43 (4). 481 - 495.
  • Adorjan, M. & Chui, W. H. (2014). Aging out of crime: Resettlement challenges facing male ex-prisoners in Hong Kong. The Prison Journal. 94 (1). 97 - 117.
  • Chui, W. H. & Cheng, K. KY. (2014). Challenges facing young men returning from incarceration in Hong Kong. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice. 53 (4). 411 - 427.
  • Chui, W. H. & Cheng, K. KY. (2014). Chinese migrants’ perceptions of the Queensland criminal legal system. Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice. 12 (1). 25 - 43.
  • Chui, W. H. , Cheng, K. KY. & Ong, R. (2014). Exploration of the Community Attitude toward Sex Offender Scale in a Chinese cultural context. Asian Journal of Criminology. 9 (1). 37 - 48.
  • Chui, W. H. & Chan, H. C. (2014). Juvenile offenders’ perceptions of probation officers as social workers in Hong Kong. Journal of Social Work. 14 (4). 398 - 418.
  • Chui, W. H. & Ling, W. H. (2014). Perceptions of school social workers in Hong Kong: The function, role, and challenges (香港學校社會工作人員如何看待專業的角色、挑戰及發展). Taiwan United Way Review. 3 (1). 71 - 100. (In Chinese).
  • Liu, L. & Chui, W. H. (2014). Social support and Chinese female offenders’ prison adjustment. The Prison Journal. 94 (1). 30 - 51.
  • Chui, W. H. & Leung, E. WY. (2014). Youth in a global world: Attitudes towards globalization and global citizenship among university students in Hong Kong. Asia Pacific Journal of Education. 34 (1). 107 - 124.
  • Chui, W. H. & Chan, H. C. (2013). Association between self-control and school bullying behaviors among Macanese adolescents. Child Abuse & Neglect. 37 (4). 237 - 242.
  • Adorjan, M. & Chui, W. H. (2013). Colonial responses to youth crime in Hong Kong: Penal elitism, legitimacy and citizenship. Theoretical Criminology. 17 (2). 159 - 177.
  • Chui, W. H. & Cheng, K. KY. (2013). Effects of volunteering experiences and motivations on attitudes toward prisoners: Evidence from Hong Kong. Asian Journal of Criminology. 8 (2). 103 - 114.
  • Chui, W. H. , Cheng, K. KY. & Wong, L. P. (2013). Gender, fear of crime, attitudes toward prisoners among social work majors in a Hong Kong university. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. 57 (4). 479 - 494.
  • Kwok, Y. Y. , Chui, W. H. & Wong, L. P. (2013). Need satisfaction mechanism linking volunteer motivation and life satisfaction: A mediation model explaining volunteer’s subjective well-being. Social Indicators Research. 114 (3). 1315 - 1219.
  • Chui, W. H. & Chan, H. C. (2013). Psychological characteristics of male juvenile offenders in a residential home in Hong Kong. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health. 23 (1). 41 - 55.
  • Chui, W. H. & Chan, H. C. (2013). Self-control and the fear of death among adolescents in Hong Kong. Journal of Youth Studies. 16 (1). 70 - 85.
  • Chui, W. H. & Cheng, K. KY. (2013). Self-perceived role and function of Christian prison chaplains and Buddhist volunteers in Hong Kong prisons. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparartive Criminology. 57 (2). 154 - 168.
  • Chan, H. C. & Chui, W. H. (2013). Social bonds and school bullying: A study of Macanese male adolescents on bullying perpetration and peer victimization. Child and Youth Care Forum. 42 (6). 599 - 616.
  • Chui, W. H. , Cheng, K. KY. & Wong, L. P. (2013). Spirituality and punitiveness: An exploration of Christian, Buddhist, and non-religious attitudes towards crime. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice. 41 (1). 1 - 15.
  • Chui, W. H. & Cheng, K. KY. (2013). The mark of an ex-prisoner: Perceived discrimination and self-stigma of young men after prison in Hong Kong. Deviant Behavior. 34 (8). 671 - 684.
  • Liu, L. & Chui, W. H. (2012). A study of female prisoners’ perceived social support and factors associated with their adjustment to prison life (女犯的个体因素和获取社会支持的关系研究). Jiangsu Social Sciences (江苏社会科学). 6. 21 - 25. (In Chinese).
  • Chui, W. H. & Chan, H. C. (2012). An empirical investigation of social bonds and juvenile delinquency in Hong Kong. Child and Youth Care Forum. 41 (4). 371 - 386.
  • Adorjan, M. & Chui, W. H. (2012). Children raping children: Penal elitism and the contested innocence frame in Hong Kong. Youth Justice: An International Journal. 12 (3). 167 - 183.
  • Chui, W. H. & Chan, H. C. (2012). Criminal recidivism among Hong Kong male juvenile probationers. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 21 (5). 857 - 868.
  • Ellem, K. , Wilson, J. & Chui, W. H. (2012). Effective responses to offenders with intellectual disabilities: Generalist and specialist services working together. Australian Social Work. 65 (3). 398 - 412.
  • Adorjan, M. & Chui, W. H. (2012). Making sense of going straight: Personal accounts of male ex-prisoners in Hong Kong. British Journal of Criminology. 52 (3). 577 - 590.
  • Chui, W. H. & Chan, H. C. (2012). Outreach social workers for at-risk youth: A test of their attitudes towards crime and young offenders in Hong Kong. Children and Youth Services Review. 34 (12). 2273 - 2279.
  • Chui, W. H. , Cheng, K. KY. & Wong, M. C. (2012). Practical considerations in the implementation of further restorative justice programs for juvenile offenders in Hong Kong. Journal of Asian Public Policy. 5 (3). 311 - 321.
  • Chan, H. C. & Chui, W. H. (2012). Psychological correlates of violent and non-violent Hong Kong juvenile probationers. Behavioral Sciences & the Law. 30 (2). 103 - 120.
  • Chui, W. H. & Chan, H. C. (2012). The Chinese Youth Attitudes toward Young Drug Users scale: An initial scale development and refinement. Drug & Alcohol Review. 31 (4). 477 - 482.
  • Chui, W. H. & Chan, H. C. (2011). Baseline findings of a prospective study on pro-offending attitudes and self-reported problems among juvenile probationers. Hong Kong Journal of Social Work. 45 (1/2). 13 - 26.
  • Chui, W. H. & Chan, H. C. (2011). Social bonds and male delinquency while on probation: An exploratory test in Hong Kong. Children and Youth Services Review. 33 (11). 2329 - 2334.
  • Cherney, A. & Chui, W. H. (2011). The dilemma of being a police auxiliary – An Australian case study of police liaison officers. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice. 5 (2). 180 - 187.
  • Wong, L. P. , Chui, W. H. & Kwok, Y. Y. (2011). The volunteer satisfaction index: A validation study in the Chinese cultural context. Social Indicators Research. 104 (1). 19 - 32.
  • Chui, W. H. (2010). ‘Pains of imprisonment’: Narratives of the partner and children of the incarcerated. Child and Family Social Work. 15 (2). 196 - 205.
  • Sherry, M. , Thomas, P. & Chui, W. H. (2010). International students: A vulnerable student population. Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education and Educational Planning. 60 (1). 33 - 46.
  • Cherney, A. & Chui, W. H. (2010). Police auxiliaries in Australia: Police liaison officers and the dilemmas of being part of the police extended family. Policing & Society: An International Journal of Research and Policy. 20 (3). 280 - 297.
  • Lui, C. W. , Ip, D. & Chui, W. H. (2009). Ethnic experience of cancer: A qualitative study of Chinese–Australians in Brisbane, Queensland. Social Work in Health Care. 48 (1). 14 - 37.
  • Chui, W. H. (2009). First practice placement: Great expectation and anxiety of a cohort of social work students. The Journal of Practice Teaching in Health & Social Work. 9 (2). 10 - 32.
  • Ellem, K. , Wilson, J. , Chui, W. H. & Knox, M. (2008). Ethical challenges with life story research with ex-prisoners with intellectual disability. Disability & Society. 23 (5). 497 - 529.
  • Chui, W. H. & Ong, R. (2008). Indecent assault on the public transport in Hong Kong. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice. 36 (1). 2 - 14.
  • Chui, W. H. (2008). Of field education in Australia and Hong Kong: A social work educator’s personal reflection. Hong Kong Journal of Social Work. 42 (1/2). 33 - 49.
  • Chui, W. H. & Fu, X. (2008). On the necessity of raising the age of criminal responsibility in Hong Kong (試論香港地區提高刑事責任年齡的必要性). Crime and Criminal Justice International (台北大學犯罪與刑事司法期刊). 11 (1). 169 - 188. (In Chinese).
  • Chui, W. H. (2008). True stories: Migrant Vietnamese women with problem gambling in Brisbane, Queensland. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions. 8 (2). 276 - 280.
  • Chui, W. H. , Kelly, E. & Cameron, C. (2007). Lawyers’ perspectives on the impacts of self-representation in civil proceedings in Hong Kong. International Journal of the Legal Profession. 14 (2). 195 - 212.
  • Chui, W. H. (2007). Prisoners’ right to vote in Hong Kong: A human rights perspective. Asian Journal of Social Science. 35 (2). 179 - 194.
  • Ip, D. , Lui, C. W. & Chui, W. H. (2007). Veiled entrapment: A study of social isolation of older Chinese migrants in Brisbane, Queensland. Ageing and Society. 27 (5). 719 - 738.
  • Chui, W. H. (2006). Factors associated with the one-year probation outcome: A self-report study in Hong Kong. Asian Journal of Criminology. 1 (2). 155 - 171.
  • Israel, M. & Chui, W. H. (2006). If ‘Something Works’ is the answer, what is the question?: Supporting pluralist evaluation in community corrections in the United Kingdom. European Journal of Criminology. 3 (2). 181 - 200.
  • Cameron, C. , Kelly, E. & Chui, W. H. (2006). Judges’ perspectives on the impact of self-representation in Hong Kong civil cases. The Australian Journal of Asian Law. 8 (3). 261 - 286.
  • Kelly, E. , Cameron, C. & Chui, W. H. (2006). Litigants in person in civil proceedings: Part IV barristers’ perspectives. Hong Kong Law Journal. 36 (3). 519 - 551.
  • Chui, W. H. (2006). The use of a virtual learning environment: The Hong Kong experience. The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education. 40 (1). 59 - 69.
  • Chui, W. H. & Ho, K. M. (2006). Working with involuntary clients: Perceptions and experiences of outreach social workers in Hong Kong. Journal of Social Work Practice. 20 (2). 205 - 222.
  • Chui, W. H. (2005). Detention center in Hong Kong: A young offender’s narrative. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation. 41 (1). 67 - 84.
  • Chui, W. H. & Ip, R. LK. (2005). Policing in a multi-cultural society: A Queensland case study. Police Practice and Research: An International Journal. 6 (3). 279 - 293.
  • Chui, W. H. (2004). Adult offenders on probation in Hong Kong: An exploratory study. British Journal of Social Work. 34 (3). 443 - 454.
  • Chui, W. H. & Gelsthorpe, L. (2004). In the eyes of Hong Kong Chinese female drug offenders. The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology. 37 (Supplement). 107 - 121.
  • Chui, W. H. (2003). Experiences of probation supervision in Hong Kong: Listening to the young adult offenders. Journal of Criminal Justice. 31 (6). 567 - 577.
  • Chui, W. H. , Tupman, B. & Farlow, C. (2003). Listening to young adult offenders: Views on the effect of a police-probation initiative on reducing crime. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice. 42 (3). 263 - 281.
  • Ip, R. & Chui, W. H. (2002). Resettlement experiences of five Chinese skilled women migrants to Australia. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal. 11 (3). 333 - 355.
  • Chui, W. H. (2002). Social work model of probation supervision for offenders in Hong Kong. Probation Journal. 49 (4). 297 - 304.
  • Chui, W. H. (2001). A comment on racial discrimination in prisons in England and Wales. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice. 25 (2). 199 - 214.
  • Ho, K. M. & Chui, W. H. (2001). Client resistance in outreaching social work in Hong Kong. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work. 11 (1). 114 - 130.
  • Chui, W. H. (2001). Theoretical underpinnings of community-based sentences and custody for young offenders in Hong Kong. Hong Kong Law Journal. 31 (2). 266 - 282.
  • Chui, W. H. (2001). Users’ views of an outreaching social work team in Hong Kong. International Social Work. 44 (4). 455 - 469.
  • Ford, D. & Chui, W. H. (2000). Where east meets west: Fieldwork instruction in Hong Kong and England. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work. 10 (2). 19 - 39.
  • Chui, W. H. (1999). Residential treatment programs for young offenders in Hong Kong: A report. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. 43 (3). 308 - 321.

Book

  • McConville, M. & Chui, W. H. (2017). Research Methods for Law. (2nd ed.). Edinburgh:  Edinburgh University Press. 978-1-4744-0321-4.
  • Chui, W. H. & Lo, T. W. (2017). Understanding Criminal Justice in Hong Kong. (2nd ed.). Abingdon, Oxon:  Routledge. 978-1-138-88875-3.
  • Adorjan, M. & Chui, W. H. (2014). Responding to Youth Crime in Hong Kong: Penal Elitism, Legitimacy and Citizenship. Abingdon, Oxon:  Routledge. 978-0-415-81411-9.
  • Chui, W. H. (2013). School Social Work: Current Practice and Research. New York:  Nova Science Publishers. 978-1-62808-334-7.
  • Lo, S. & Chui, W. H. (2012). The Hong Kong Legal System. Singapore:  McGraw-Hill. 978-007-108787-2.
  • McConville, M. & Chui, W. H. (2009). Research Methods for Law (法律研究的方法). Beijing (北京):  China Legal Publishing House (中國法制出版社). 978-7-5093-1402-9 (In Chinese).
  • Chui, W. H. & Lo, T. W. (2008). Understanding Criminal Justice in Hong Kong. London:  Routledge. 1-843923-01-7.
  • McConville, M. & Chui, W. H. (2007). Research Methods for Law. Edinburgh:  Edinburgh University Press. 978-0-7486-3357-9.
  • Ip, D. , Hibbins, R. & Chui, W. H. (2006). Experiences of Transnational Chinese Migrants in the Asia-Pacific. New York:  Nova Science Publishers. 1-60021-228-X.
  • Chui, W. H. & Wilson, J. (2006). Social Work and Human Services Best Practice. Annandale, NSW:  Federation Press. 1-86287-599-5.
  • Chui, W. H. & Nellis, M. (2003). Moving Probation Forward: Evidence, Arguments and Practice. Harlow, Essex:  Pearson. 0-582-47277-6.

Book Chapter

  • Chui, W. H. (in press). Counseling programs. The Encyclopedia of Corrections. New York. Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Chui, W. H. (in press). Probation for juveniles. The Encyclopedia of Corrections. New York. Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Chui, W. H. (2017). Quantitative legal research. Research Methods for Law (2nd ed.). (pp. 48 - 71). Edinburgh. Edinburgh University Press. 978-1-4744-0321-4.
  • McConville, M. & Chui, W. H. (2017). Introduction and overview. Research Methods for Law (2nd ed.). (pp. 1 - 17). Edinburgh. Edinburgh University Press. 978-1-4744-0321-4.
  • Chui, W. H. (2017). Probation and community services orders. Understanding Criminal Justice in Hong Kong (2nd ed.). (pp. 291 - 311). Abingdon, Oxon. Routledge. 978-1-138-88875-3.
  • Chui, W. H. & Khiatani, P. V. (2017). The changing landscape of the criminal justice system. Understanding Criminal Justice in Hong Kong (2nd ed.). (pp. 1 - 20). Abingdon, Oxon. Routledge. 978-1-138-88875-3.
  • Chui, W. H. & Holmes, R. (2015). Desistance from heroin use and ex-prisoner’s life narratives of reform in Hong Kong. Imprisonment and Incarceration: Patterns, Prospects and Psychological Implications. (pp. 71 - 93). New York. Nova Science Publisher. 978-1-63482-117-9.
  • Chui, W. H. (2014). Social work and juvenile justice. Social Work in the Shadow of the Law (4th edition). (pp. 232 - 251). Annandale, NSW. Federation Press. 978-1-86287-949-2.
  • Wilson, J. , Tilse, C. , Chui, W. H. , Setterlund, D. , Chan, H. C. & Woo, J. (2013). Elder financial asset management. Aging in Hong Kong (International Perspectives on Aging). (pp. 93 - 114). New York. Springer. 978-1-4419-8353-4.
  • Cheng, K. KY. , Ling, W. H. & Chui, W. H. (2013). The future of Hong Kong’s anti-drugs campaign: Prospective practitioners’ views on engaging in drug abuse work, attitudes toward young drug abusers, and satisfaction with drugs education. Drug Use and Abuse: Signs/Symptoms, Physical and Psychological Effects and Treatment Approaches. (pp. 49 - 63). New York. Nova Science Publisher. 978-1-62618-232-5.
  • Liu, L. & Chui, W. H. (2013). The Chinese prison system for female offenders: A case study. Prisons and Prison Systems: Practices, Types and Challenges. (pp. 25 - 42). New York. Nova Science Publisher. 978-1-62417-850-4.
  • Chui, W. H. & Ford, D. (2012). Crisis intervention as common practice. Social Work Models, Methods and Theories: A Framework for Practice (2nd ed.). (pp. 80 - 101). Dorset. Russell House. 978-1-905541-83-6.
  • Chui, W. H. (2010). Hong Kong. Crime and Punishment Around the World (Volume 3 – Asia and Pacific). (pp. 76 - 92). Santa Barbara, CA. ABC-CLIO. 978-0-313-35133-4.
  • Chui, W. H. (2009). Juvenile justice. In the Shadow of the Law: The Legal Context of Social Work Practice (3rd edition). (pp. 229 - 246). Annandale, NSW. Federation Press. 978-1-86287-718-4.
  • Chui, W. H. (2009). The best interest of crime victims: Protection of rights and remedies in Queensland, Australia. International Perspectives on Crime and Justice. (pp. 370 - 392). Newcastle upon Tyne. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 978-1443801980.
  • Cherney, A. & Chui, W. H. (2009). Policing ethnically and culturally diverse communities. Policing in Context: An Introduction to Police Work in Australia. (pp. 160 - 173). South Melbourne. Oxford University Press. 978-0195561067.
  • Chui, W. H. (2009). Children of the incarcerated fathers in Hong Kong: Their rights and needs. Social Work, Social Welfare and Children’s Rights in Chinese Culture: International Conference. (pp. 371 - 395). Taichung Hsien. Department of Youth and Child Welfare, Providence University. 978-986-748-288-4.
  • Chui, W. H. (2007). High prison population in Queensland, Australia: Its implications and public policy choices. Criminology Research Focus. (pp. 213 - 233). New York. Nova Science Publishers. 1-60021-882-2.
  • Chui, W. H. & Fu, X. (2007). Victim’s rights and protection in the Hong Kong criminal justice system (論香港特別行政區的罪行受害者權利及保護問題). Studies on Victim Protections. (pp. 267 - 297). Beijing. Court Press (人民法院出版社). 978-7-80217-440-5 (In Chinese).
  • Chui, W. H. (2007). Legal responses for crime victims in Australia (澳大利亞刑事被害人的保護與救助). Studies on Victim Protections. (pp. 227 - 249). Beijing. Court Press (人民法院出版社). 978-7-80217-440-5 (In Chinese).
  • Chui, W. H. , Kidd, J. & Preston, C. (2005). Treatment of child and juvenile offenders in Queensland, Australia: Alternatives to prosecution. Alternatives to Prosecution: Rehabilitative and Restorative Models of Youth Justice. (pp. 171 - 205). Singapore. Marshall Cavendish Academic. 981-210-302-3.
  • Lynch, M. , Ogilvie, E. & Chui, W. H. (2003). Age and offending: Characteristics and criminological factors. Understanding Youth Crime: An Australian Study. (pp. 45 - 63). Aldershot. Ashgate. 0-7546-3609-7.
  • O'Connor, I. & Chui, W. H. (2002). Rights and justice. In the Shadow of the Law: The Legal Context of Social Work Practice (2nd edition). (pp. 184 - 197). Annandale, NSW. Federation Press. 1-86287-423-9.
  • Chui, W. H. & Ford, D. (2000). Crisis intervention as common practice. Social Work Models, Methods and Theories: A Framework for Practice. (pp. 40 - 51). Dorset. Russell House. 1-898924-83-X.


External Services


Public Service

  • 2014 - Now, Member, Long-term Prison Sentences Review Board, Security Bureau, HKSAR.Hong Kong.

Professional Activity

  • 2016 - Now, Member, Asia Advisory Board (Book Reviews), Social Work Education: The International Journal (Taylor & Francis).UK.
  • 2015 - Now, Member, Editorial Board, Child & Family Social Work (Wiley).UK.
  • 2014 - 2015, Member, Editorial Board, The COLLOQUIA: An Interdisciplinary Research Journal, Wisemans Books Trading, Inc..Philippines.
  • 2014 - Now, Member, Editorial Board, Australian Social Work (Taylor & Francis).Australia.
  • 2013 - 2016, Advisory Editor, The Encyclopedia of Corrections, John Wiley & Sons, Inc..US.
  • 2013 - Now, Specialist, Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic & Vocational Qualifications.Hong Kong.
  • 2012 - Now, Assessment Panel Member, Hong Kong Social Workers Registration Board.Hong Kong.
  • 2012 - Now, Member, Editorial Board, Sociology and Criminology – Open Access (OMICS Publishing Group) (On-line: http://www.esciencecentral.org/journals/sociology-and-criminology.php).US.
  • 2011 - Now, Editor-in-chief, Advances in Applied Sociology (Scientific Research Publishing) (On-line: http://www.scirp.org/journal/aasoci/).US.
  • 2009 - 2016, Corresponding Editor (Southeast Asia), Journal of Practice Teaching in Health and Social Work (Whiting and Birch).UK.
  • 2009 - Now, Member, International Editorial Advisory Board, International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences (On-line: http://www.sascv.org/ijcjs/).India.
  • 2008 - 2015, Member, Editorial Advisory Board, The Open Social Science Journal (Bentham Science Publishers).US.
  • 2008 - Now, Member, Editorial Board, Asia Pacific Journal of Police and Criminal Justice (Asian Association of Police Studies).Korea.
  • 2007 - 2015, Member, Editorial Board, Social and Public Policy Review.UK.
  • 2005 - Now, Consulting / Associate Editor, International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology (Sage).US.

Training Service

  • 2013 - 2015, Trainer, Globalization and Leadership, The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education .Hong Kong.

Community Service

  • 2015 - 2017, Honorary Consultant, Caritas.Hong Kong.
  • 2013 - Now, Member, Research Committee, The Society for the Aid and Rehabilitation of Drug Abusers.Hong Kong.
  • 2012 - Now, Consultant, Youth Crime Prevention Centre, Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups.Hong Kong.
  • 2012 - Now, Member, Executive Committee, The Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention.Hong Kong.
  • 2010 - Now, Professional Consultant, Youth Services, HKYWCA.Hong Kong.
  • 2009 - Now, Member, Advocacy and Research Committee, Ending Child Sexual Abuse Foundation.Hong Kong.

Other Service

  • Jun 2016, External Reviewer, Accreditation Documents – Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours) Programme, Centennial College, HKU.Hong Kong.
  • Nov 2015 - Aug 2019, External Examiner, Bachelor of Social Work (Hons), Hong Kong Shue Yan University.Hong Kong.
  • 2014, Member (Overseas), External Course Appraisal Committee, Bachelor of Social Sciences, University of Wollongong.Australia.
  • 2013 - Now, External Academic Advisor, Division of Social Sciences, Community College of City University.Hong Kong.


Service in CityU


Administrative Assignment

  • 21 Feb 2017 - 31 Aug 2019, Senate, CityU, Elected Member.
  • 1 Sep 2016 - 31 Aug 2018, College Board, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, CityU, Elected Member.
  • 1 Jul 2016 - 28 Feb 2017, College Graduate Studies Committee (Research Degrees), Member.
  • 1 Sep 2015 - Now, Departmental Staffing Committee, Member.
  • 1 Jul 2015 - Now, Research Excellence Group, Departmental Co-ordinator.
  • 1 Aug 2014 - Now, Departmental Executive Committee, Department of Applied Social Sciences, Member.
  • 1 Aug 2014 - Now, Research and Knowledge Transfer, Department Co-ordinator.

Research / Thesis Supervision

  • 1 Sep 2015 - Now, ZHANG, Haoyue (Youth Crime and Social Exclusion), PhD.
  • 1 Sep 2015 - Now, KHIATANI, Paul (Youth and Political and Social Activism), PhD.
  • 1 Sep 2015 - Now, CHOW, Mei Ling (Gifted Children and Parenting), PhD (Part-time).

Teaching Service

  • 2015 - 2016, SS5114, Legal Issues for the Social Worker.
  • 2015 - 2016, SS4296, Research Project in Criminology.
  • 2015 - Now, SS3282, Social Work and the Law.
  • 2014 - Now, SS4300, Advanced Criminological Theory.
  • 2014 - 2015, CLA1602, Individuals and Society.
  • 2014 - Now, SS4207, Working with Young People and Offenders.
  • 2014 - 2015, SS1012, Youth in a Changing Society.

Conferences Attended

  • 2016, "Outreach youth social work in Hong Kong: Social care or control", Seminar for Policy, Professionals and Communities Research Group, 30 June 2016, Organized by School of Applied Social Sciences, Durham University. England (Invited Speaker).
  • 2016, "Resettlement of elderly male ex-prisoners in Hong Kong", Guest Seminar, 23 June 2016, Organized by MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow, Scotland (Invited Speaker).
  • 2016, "The process of going straight: Narratives of male ex-prisoners in Hong Kong", Guest Seminar, School of Social Sciences, University of Hull, 11 May 2016. Organized by the University of Hull, England (Invited Speaker).
  • 2016, "Voices of the incarcerated father: Struggling to live up to fatherhood", Research Afternoon: In the Field - International and Department Reports from Live Research Projects, 1 June 2016, Organized by Univeristy of Surrey, England (Invited Speaker).
  • 2016, “Need satisfaction mechanism linking volunteer motivation and life satisfaction”, Volunteering and Well-being Symposium, 17 September 2016, Organized by the Baptist Oi Kwan Social Service [Keynote] .
  • 2015, “A study on youth violence among youth-at-risk in Hong Kong”, 2nd International Conference on Social Sciences and Innovations, 10-11 August 2015, Organized by the IEDRC, Singapore [Keynote Speaker].
  • 2015, “Identities of youth in Hong Kong: Values, Well-being and Views”, Subject Talk on Cosmopolitan Hong Kong, 5 December 2015, Organized by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department and Research Grant , Council, Hong Kong. [Invited Speaker].
  • 2015, “Predictors of violence among youth-at-risk in Hong Kong”, International Symposium of Crime Problems and Crime Fighting Strategies, 20 November, 2015, Organized by the Department of Criminology, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan [Invited Speaker].
  • 2015, “Zero tolerance for youth dating violence”, Forum on “Empowering Youth to End Dating Violence, 27 November 2015, Organized by the Harmony House, Hong Kong. [Keynote Speaker].
  • 2014, “Psychological well-being and mental health of young people in Macau”, Symposium on Well-being of Young People in Macau in 2014, 6 December, 2014, Organized by the Centro de Formação Juvenil Dom Bosco, Macau [Invited Speaker].
  • 2013, "Life planning among young people in Hong Kong”, Subject Talk on Cosmopolitan Hong Kong, 19 October, 2013, Organized by the Leisure and Cultural Services Development, Hong Kong [Invited speaker].
  • 2013, “NGOs and community engagement”, Link-age International Youth Conference, 22-27 July, 2013, Organized by the Chinese YMCA, Hong Kong [Invited speaker].
  • 2012, “A study on well-being of children of the incarcerated and their caregivers”, International Conference on the Families of the Incarcerated, 13-14 September, 2012, Organized by the Chinese Red Heart As, Taiwan [Keynote speaker].
  • 2012, “Global youth work”, Social Work Day: Pre-Conference, 3 March, 2012, Organized by Hong Kong Social Workers Association, Hong Kong [Invited speaker].
  • 2012, What works with young offenders”, Youth Counselling: Dialogue, Practice and Passion, 6-8 December, 2012, Organized by the Department of Social Work and Social Administration, HKU, Hong Kong [Invited speaker].
  • 2011, “Evidence-based practice in youth work”, Seminar on Best Practice on Evidence Based Practice in Dealing with Addictive Behaviours, March 30, 2011, Organized by The Hong Kong Council of Social Service, Hong Kong [Invited speaker].
  • 2011, “Study on well-being of the children of the incarcerated and their caregivers”, International Conference on Crime Prevention and Offender Rehabilitation, 17-20 May, 2011, Organized by SRACP, Hong Kong [Invited speaker].
  • 2011, Social bonds and use of probation”, 2011 Academic Conference of Criminal Problems and Preventive Strategies, 25 November, 2011, Organized by National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan [Keynote speaker].
  • 2010, “Effective models of outreach youth work intervention”, Conference for the Transformation of At-risk Youths, November 9-11, 2010, Organized by the Children-At-Risk Empowerment Association (CARE), Singapore [Invited speaker].
  • 2010, “Engaging youths to succeed in schools: The Hong Kong experience”, ASEAN 3 + Seminar on Urban Youth Work IV, March 2-5, 2010, Organized by Students Care Service and National Youth Council Singapore., Singapore [Keynote address].
  • 2006 - Now, “Need satisfaction mechanism linking volunteer motivation and life satisfaction”, Volunteering and Well-being Symposium, 17 September 2016, Hong Kong.
  • 2006, “Perception of law and order and police in Chinese migrant community in Queensland”, Symposium on Chinese Transmigrants: Internal and International Contexts, April 11, 2006, Organized by Uni. of Qld, Australia [Invited speaker].


Last update date : 13 Feb 2017