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WONG, Day K.M. (黃結梅)
Ph.D. (Australian National University)
Research Interests: Social theory;
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Wong, D. Forthcoming. “Hong Kong Lesbian Partners in the Making of their Own Families.” in K. B. Chan (ed.). The Handbook of Chinese Families, New York: Springer.
Wong, D. and Leung, P. K. 2012. "Modernization of Power in Legal and Medical Discourses: The Birth of the (Male) Homosexual in Hong Kong and its Aftermath," Journal of Homosexuality 59 (10): 1403-1423.
Wong, D. 2012. “Doing Gender, Doing Culture: Division of Domestic Labor among Lesbians in Hong Kong,” Women’s Studies International Forum 35 (4) (Jul-Aug): 266-275.
Wong D. (Ed.) 2012. Open up Gender/Sexuality. (Hong Kong: Roundtable Press) (In Chinese)
Wong D. 2012. “Introduction: Theories of Gender and Sexuality,” in D. Wong (ed.), Open up Gender/Sexuality, p.14-23. (Hong Kong: Roundtable Press) (In Chinese)
Wong, D. 2011. “Hybridization and the Emergence of ‘Gay’ Identities in Hong Kong and in China.” Visual Anthropology, 24(1/2):152-170.
Wong, D. 2009. “Habermas’s Communicative Concepts of Power.” Philosophy Today, 53 (1): 34-42.
Wong, D. 2009. "A Qualitative Study of Male Youth Experiences of Viewing Pornography.” Journal of Youth Studies, 12 (2):163-173. (In Chinese)
Wong, D. 2009. A Research Report on Hong Kong Youth’s Un/safe Sexual Behaviour. Funded by Council for the AIDS Trust Fund, 79pp.
Wong, D. 2007. “Rethinking the coming home alternative: hybridization and coming out
politics in Hong Hong’s anti-homophobia parades,”Inter-Asia Cultural
Studies, 8(4): 600-616.
Wong, D. 2007. “Feminist Ethics and Abortion in Hong Kong.” International Journal of Chinese and Comparative Philosophy of Medicine, 5(1):103-120. (In Chinese)
Wong, D. 2007. “Break through Moral Panics: Revisit the Effects of Pornography on Young
People.” Journal of Youth Studies, 10 (2): 128-142. (In Chinese)
Wong, D. 2007. “Foucault contra Habermas: Knowledge and Power.” Philosophy Today, 51(1): 3-16.
Wong, D. 2006. "Beyond Identity Politics: The Making of an Oral History of Hong Kong Women Who Love Women." Journal of Lesbian Studies, Co-published simultaneously in D. Khor & S. Kamano (eds.) "Lesbians" in East Asia: Diversity, identities, and Resistance. New York: The Haworth Press, 10(3/4):29-48.
Wong, D. 2006. "Women's Liberation" in David A. Gerstner (ed.) Routledge International Encyclopedia of Queer Culture. London and New York: Routledge, pp.618-619.
Wong, D. 2005. "Foucault contra Habermas: Enlightenment, Power, and Critique." Philosophy Today, 49 (1): 55-69.
Pang, L. & Wong, D. 2005. (eds.) Masculinities and Hong Kong Cinema. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
Wong, D. 2005. "Women's Reception of Mainstream Hong Kong Cinema." in Masculinities and Hong Kong Cinema. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, pp.239-260.
Wong, D. 2004. "(Post-)Identity Politics and Anti-normalization: (Homo)sexual Rights Movement." in Agnes S. Ku and N. Pun (eds.). Remaking Citizenship in Hong Kong: Community, Nation and the global city, London & New York: RoutledgeCurzon, pp.195-214.
Wong, D. 2004. "Sexual Politics in Hong Kong: a Critical Perspective that Respects Difference." republished in A. K. Chan & W. Wong (eds.), Gendering Hong Kong. Hong Kong, Oxford University Press, pp.475-491. (In Chinese)
Wong, D. 2003. "Deconstructing Habermas's Reconstruction of the Basis of Critique." in S. P. Yuen & Lam, T. (eds.), Habermas's Theory of Communicative Action, Shanghai: Shanghai People's Publishing Co, pp.31-56. (In Chinese)
Tang, C., Wong, D. & Cheung, F. M. 2002. "Social Construction of Women as Legitimate Victims of Violence against Women in Chinese Societies." Violence Against Women, 8(8), 968-996.
Chan, K.W., Wong, D., Leung, L. C., Lee, W. Y. & Ho, C. K. (eds.). 2001. "Difference )and Equality: The Challenges Facing Women's Movement in Hong Kong." Hong Kong: Centre for Social Policy Studies, APSS, HKPU and The Association for the Advancement of Feminism. (In Chinese, 167-181.
Tang, C., Wong, D., Cheung, F. M. & Lee, A. 2000. "Naming Violence against Women: A Focus Group Study in Hong Kong." Women Studies International Forum, 23:197-209.
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