Our ‘research briefs’ are succinct summaries of the research findings of our faculty members’ projects that are of interest to the general public. These briefs are also channels for communicating our research findings to other researchers, as well as the policymakers, media, and non-governmental organizations.

 

Year Month Topic Download
2021
February

"HONG KONG, ADD OIL!": EXAMINING THE PERSUASIVE FUNCTIONS OF TEXT AND IMAGES ON THE LENNON WALLS IN HONG KONG'S ANTI-ELASB MOVEMENT OF 2019

2021 January

SOCIAL PROTECTION FOR THE INFORMAL SECTOR IN URBAN CHINA: INSTITUTIONAL CONSTRAINTS AND SELF-SELECTION BEHAVIOUR

2020 December

CHINESE CUSTOMARY MORTGAGE PRACTICES UNDER BRITISH COLONIAL ADMINISTRATION

2020 April

SINGLE PARENTHOOD, PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT AND STUDENTS’ EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES IN HONG KONG

2020 March

DEMOCRATIZATION, GLOBALIZATION, AND INSTITUTIONAL ADAPTATION: THE DEVELOPMENTAL STATES OF SOUTH KOREA AND TAIWAN

2020 February

TRANSNATIONAL PILGRIMAGE, TOURISM AND IDENTITY POLITICS: AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE CULT OF MAZU (THE GODDESS OF HEAVEN)

2020 January

FROM ONLINE STRANGERS TO OFFLINE FRIENDS

2019 July

DIVERSIFIED MOBILITIES AND AUTONOMY: MOBILITY STRATEGIES OF YOUTH IN NONSTANDARD EMPLOYMENT IN HONG KONG

2019 June

NEW FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION? RE-EXAMINING THE DISCOURSES AND MEANINGS OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATORY COMMENTS ABOUT AIRBNB ON TWITTER

2019 May

TOWARDS MORE EQUITABLE ACCESS TO ELITE HIGHER EDUCATION IN CHINA: A HISTORICAL STUDY

2019 April

YOUTH TRANSITION IN CONTEMPORARY CHINA: A PANEL STUDY OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN URBAN NANJING

2019 March

NEGOTIATING MARRIAGE AND SEXUAL IDENTITY IN CHINA: A STUDY OF SEXUAL MINORITIES OF DIFFERENT GENDERS AND SOCIOECONOMIC STUTUSES (GRF FUNDED)

2019 February

HUSBAND-TO-WIFE SEXUAL COERCION IN CROSS-BORDER MARRIAGE (CBM)

2019 January

MIGRANT PARENTING IN CHINA

2018 December

BREAKDANCE AND HIP-HOP FEMINISM IN HONG KONG, TAIWAN, AND CHINA

 

 

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