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Dr. HO Wing Chung (何榮宗博士)

BSW, HKU
MPhil, PolyUHK
PhD, SOAS, London

Associate Professor

Contact Information

Office: B7419 AC1
Phone: 34428134
Fax: 34420283
Email: wingcho@cityu.edu.hk

Research Interests

  • Social Problems and Social
  • Development in Chinese Societies
  • Social and Sociological Theories


Research Grant

  • Engaging Adolescent Residents in Revitalizing a Remote Chinese Migrant Community: An Exploratory Study of Tin Shui Wai through Photovoice and Focus Group, Start-up Grant for New Staff (CityU Project No.: 7200155), City University of Hong Kong CityU, Amount: HKD $99,900, 2009, Ho, Wing-Chung (PI).
  • In Search of Family-friendly Policies in Low-income Neighbor, Granted by UGC-Public Policy Research (RGC Ref. No: CityU 10, Amount: HKD $327,860, 2007, Ho, Wing-Chung (PI).
  • Power Elite Interlocks in Four Hong Kong Sectors: Corporate, Government, Welfare (NGO), and Tertiary Education, Granted by Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, City University of Hong Kong, Amount: HKD $59,824, 2007, Ho, Wing-Chung (PI).


Publication Show All Publications Show Prominent Publications


Journal

  • Ho, Wing-Chung. & Cheung, Chau-Kiu. (in press). Ecological Influences on Chinese Migrant Mothers’ Integration with Hong Kong. International Journal of Intercultural Relations.
  • Ho, Wing-Chung. (in press). James Scott’s Resistance/Hegemony Paradigm Reconsidered. Acta Politica.
  • Ho, Wing-Chung. , Rochelle, Tina. & Yuen, Wing-Kan. (in press). We are not Sad at all’: Adolescents Talk about their ‘City of Sadness’ through Photovoice. Journal of Adolescent Research.
  • Ng, Yat-Nam. & Ho, Wing-Chung. (2010). Developing Clinical Competence by Applying a Generic Model in Mental Health Social Work Supervision: A Case Study from Hong Kong, China. Practice: A Journal of the British Association of Social Workers. 22 (3, June). 167 - 179.
  • Ho, Wing-Chung. , Lee, Wan-Lung. , Chan, Chun-Man. , Ng, Yat-Nam. & Choy, Yee-Hung. (2010). Hong Kong’s Elite Structure, Legislature and Bleak Future of Democracy under Chinese Sovereignty. Journal of Contemporary Asia. 40(3). 466 - 486.
  • Ho, Wing-Chung. , Rochelle, Tina. , Lee, Wan-Lung. , Chan, Chun-Man. & Wu, Joseph. (2009). Controlling Hong Kong from afar: The Chinese Politics of Elite Absorption after the 2003 Crisis. Issues & Studies. 45(3). 121 - 164.
  • Ng, Yat-Nam. , Chan, Kai-Fong. & Ho, Wing-Chung. (2008). “A Study on Mental Health of Secondary School Students in Three Metropolitan Cities in China: Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Beijing. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health. 20(1). 53 - 62.
  • Chan, Ching-Hai. & Ho, Wing-Chung. (2008). An Ecological Framework for Evaluating Relationship-Functional Aspects of Youth Mentoring. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 38(4). 837 - 867.
  • Ho, Wing-Chung. (2008). Building up Modernity?: The Changing Spatial Representations of State Power in a Chinese Socialist ‘Model Community’. Modern Asian Studies. 42(6, Nov.). 1137 - 1171.
  • Ho, Wing-Chung. (2008). Experiencing the De-statization of the Family Ritual in Postsocialist China: Morality, Resource and State Power. The Journal of Comparative Asian Development. 7(2). 231 - 259.
  • Ho, Wing-Chung. & Ng, Yat-Nam. (2008). Public Amnesia and Multiple Modernities in Shanghai: Narrating the Postsocialist Future in a Former Socialist ‘Model Community’. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography. 37. 383 - 416.
  • Ho, Wing-Chung. & Ng, Yat-Nam. (2008). Public Amnesia and Multiple Modernities in Shanghai: Narrating the Postsocialist Future in a Former Socialist 'Model Community'. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography. 37. 383 - 416.
  • Ho, Wing-Chung. (2008). The Transcendence and Non-discursivity of the Lifeworld. Human Studies. 31(3). 323 - 342.
  • Ho, Wing-Chung. (2008). Understanding the Subjective Point of View: Methodological Implications of the Schutz-Parsons Debate. Human Studies. 31(4). 383 - 397.
  • Ho, Wing-Chung. (2008). Writing Experience: Does Ethnography Convey a Crisis of Representation, or an Ontological Break with the Everyday World?. The Canadian Review of Sociology (Formerly the Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology). 45(4). 343 - 365.
  • Ho, Wing-Chung. (2006). From Resistance to Collective Action in a Shanghai Socialist 'Model Community': From the Late 1940s to Early 70s. Journal of Social History. 40(1, Fall). 85 - 117.
  • Ho, Wing-Chung. & Ng, Yat-Nam. (2006). Identifying and Mobilizing the Resourceful Elderly: The First Step towards Developing Intergenerational Programs in Chinese Urban Communities. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships. 4(4). 23 - 41.
  • Chan, Charles Ching Hai. & Ho, Wing Chung. (2006). Intensive Community Mentoring Scheme in Hong Kong: Nurturing Police-Youth Intergenerational Relationships. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships. 4(2). 101 - 106.
  • Ng, Yat-Nam. & Ho, Wing-Chung. (2005). Experience in Coping with Alzheimer's Disease at Home: A Study of Chinese Family Caregivers. The Journal of Social Work in Disability and Rehabilitation. 4(4). 1 - 14.
  • Ho, Wing-Chung. (2005). Negotiating Subalternity in a Former Socialist 'Model Community' in Shanghai: From "Model Proletarians" to "Society People". The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology. 6(2). 159 - 180.

Book

  • Ho, Wing-Chung. (2010). The Transition Study of Postsocalist China: An Ethnographic Study of a Model Community. Singapore; Hackensack, NJ; London:  World Scientific Pub., pp. 265.


Last update date : 02 Jul 2014