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Chen, W. & Wong, H. (2017). Combination of “output & outcome”&“Risk sharing”of long term care system: An explanatory framework of co-governance (長期照護制度中的“績效同構”與“風險共擔”:一個“協同治理”的解釋框架). Zhejiang Academic Journal (浙江學刊), 2017(2), 21-28. (in Chinese) (CSSCI)
Lau, Y.K. & Wong, H. (in press). Statutory minimum wage in Hong Kong: A family impact analysis. Journal of Family Studies.
Liu, X. & Wong, H. (2016). The reform of the medical welfare system and health equity for the elderly in China: A study in Zhejiang. The Journal of Chinese Sociology, 2016(3):6.
Liu, X., Wong, H. & Liu, K. (2016). Outcome-based health equity across different social health insurance schemes for the elderly in China. BMC Health Services Research, 16(9), 1-12.
Liu, X. & Wong, H. (2015). The reform of medical care system and health equity for the elderly population in China:A study in Zhejiang. Sociological Studies (社會學研究), 2015(4), 94-117. (CSSCI) (in Chinese)
Huang, Y., Wong, H., & Tan, N. T. (2015). Associations between economic loss, financial strain and the psychological status of Wenchuan earthquake survivors. Disaster, 39(4), 795-810.
Chen, W., & Wong, H. (2014). Urban Community Governance: Middle-range theory's construction and risk management system's exploration. Social Sciences in Nanjing (南京社會科學), 2014(12), 72-78. (CSSCI) (in Chinese)
Huang, Y., & Wong, H. (2014). Impacts of Sense of Community and Satisfaction with Governmental Recovery on Psychological Status of the Wenchuan Earthquake Survivors. Social Indicators Research, 117(2), 421,436. (SSCI)
Chen, W., & Wong, H. (2014). Urban Community Governance: Middle-range theory's construction and risk management system's exploration. Social Sciences in Nanjing, 2014(12), 72-78. (CSSCI) (in Chinese)
Huang, Y., Wong, H., & Tan, N. T. (2014). Chinese cultural beliefs of adversity, income recovery and psychological status of Wenchuan earthquake survivors. Social Work in Mental Health, 12(4), 343-364
Huang, Y., Fu, Y., & Wong, H. (2013). Challenges of social workers' involvement in the recovery of the 5.12 Wenchuan Earthquake in China. International Journal of Social Welfare, 23(2), 139-149. (SSCI)
Huang, Y., & Wong, H. (2013). Effects of social group work with survivors of the Wenchuan earthquake in a transitional community. Health and Social Care in the Community, 21(3), 327-337. (SSCI)
Chen, J.K. (Under Review). Cyber bullying among secondary school students in Hong Kong. Submitted to School Psychology International (SSCI).
Liu, J., Dai, H. (Corresponding Author), Li, M. & Li, M. (2017). Personal networks and employment: A study on landless farmers in Yunnan Province of China. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development. doi: 10.1080/02185385.2017.1408029 (SSCI)
Dai, H. (2016). From personal ties to village welfare: Changing community bonding in post-socialist rural China. Community Development Journal, 51(4), 517-533. (SSCI)
Dai, H. (2016). The making of "modern female workers" in reemployment programs in post-socialist China. Social Service Review, 90(2), 235-263. (SSCI)
Dai, H. (Accepted). The making of "modern female workers" in reemployment programs in post-socialist China. Social Service Review.
Dai, H. (Accepted). From personal ties to village welfare: Changing community bonding in post-socialist rural China. Community Development Journal.
Dai, H. (2016). The making of "modern female workers" in reemployment programs in post-socialist China. Social Service Review, 90(2), 235-263.
Dai, H. & Xie, W. (2016). Community and inequality: One-yuan Elder Home in rural Zhejiang Province of China. Journal of Social Service Research, 42(1), 15-25.
Chen, J., Davis, D., Wu, K., & Dai, H. (2015). Life satisfaction in urban China: The effect of city size and pathways to urban residency. Cities, 49, 88-97.
Dai, H. (2014). To Build an Extended Family: Feminist Organizational Design and its Dilemmas in Women-Led Non-Governmental Elder Homes in China. Social Forces, 92(3), 1115-1134.
Dai, H. (2014). Care for Whom: Diverse Institutional Orientations of Non-governmental Elder Homes in Contemporary China. British Journal of Social Work, 44(7), 1914-1933. doi:10.1093/bjsw/bct058.
Dai, H. (2013). Social Inequality in a Bonded Community: Community Ties and Villager Resistance in a Chinese Township. Social Service Review, 87(2), 269-291.
Dai, H. (2011). Participatory Community Organizing Revisited: Political Involvement and Social Development in Two Post-Socialist Villages in North China. China Journal of Social Work, 4(1), 69-82
Dai, H. (2011). Surviving in "Localistic Communitas": Endogenous Multicultural Community Organizing among Migrant Workers in Post-Socialist China. Journal of Social Service Research, 37, 165-179.
梁芷芳、林澤龍、陳健麗合著 (2016) 。「經驗為本協作模式」實用手冊。https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7E-ZWV-1rpZbTBhWHdjc2JzOVk/view
梁芷芳 (2014). 老齡服務使用者參與研究「如何推動服務使用者參與服務管理」, 載於候伊莎編,《創新社會養老服務的理論與實踐》 第一版 頁203-209, 中國: 中國社會出版社
「促進服務使用者參與」- 行動研究的發現 (2014), 《香港明愛安老服務通訊》 第23期, 2-4 頁. 香港特別行政區: 香港明愛安老服務
「促進服務使用者參與」研究報告 (2013) ,香港明愛安老服務委託。
梁芷芳 (2011).福利服務中的用者参與,載於岳經綸、劉洪、黄錦文主編,《社會服務 - 從經濟保障到服務保障》, 北京:中國社會出版社
Leung, T.T.F. (2016). The welfare service practitioners’ perception of their power position in the user participation imperative. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development, 26(4), 231-244. (SSCI)
Leung, T.T.F. (2015). Harmony and social work practice. In James D. Wright (editor-in-chief), International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol 10. Oxford: Elsevier. pp. 529–535.
Leung, T.T.F. (2015). Response to Shaw and Lunt on 'Developing Good Practitioner Research'. China Journal of Social Work 8(1), 17-18
Leung, T.T.F. & Lam, B.C.L. (2014). Challenges in Partnership with the Mental Health Service Users in Service Planning and Management. Human Service Organizations Management, Leadership & Governance 38(4), 320-335.
Leung, T.T.F. & Tam H.T.C (2015). The "person-centred" rhetoric in Socialist China. British Journal of Social Work 45(5), 1489-1507.
Yip, N.M., Leung, T.T.F. & Huang, R. (2013). Impact of community on personal well-being in urban China. Journal of Social Service Research, 39(5), 675-689.
Leung, T.T.F., Yip, N.M., Huang, R.H & Wu, Y. (2012). Governmentality and the politicization of social work in China. British Journal of Social Work.42 (6), 1039- 1059.
Leung, T.T.F. & Lam, C.M. (2009). The warrants of parenting: Emotionality and reflexivity in economically disadvantaged families. Journal of Social Work Practice 23 (3), 353-367.
Leung, T.T.F. (2008) Accountability to welfare service users - Challenges and responses of service providers. British Journal of Social Work.38 (3), 531-545.
Leung, T.T.F. & Wong, H. (2005) Community Reactions to the SARS Crisis in Hong Kong: Analysis of a Time-limited Counseling Hotline. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment 12 (1), 1-22. 
Lam, C.M., Wong, H. & Leung, T.T.F. (2004) Impacts of SARS crisis on social work students - Reflection on social work education. Hong Kong Journal of Social Work 38 (1 & 2), 93-108. 
To, S.M., & Chan, W.C.H. (2016). Psychometric evaluation of the Chinese Version of the Existential Anxiety Questionnaire in a sample of Chinese adolescents living in Hong Kong. Child & Youth Care Forum, 45, 487-503. (SSCI)
To, S.M., & Tam, H.L. (2016). Work values, perceived job rewards and life outcomes of the new generation of Chinese migrant labourers’ in Guangzhou, China: Implications for social work practice. British Journal of Social Work, 46, 27-45. (SSCI)
To, S.M., Iu Kan, S.M., Tsoi, K.W., & Chan, T.S. (2013). A qualitative analysis of parents' perceived outcomes and experiences in a parent education program adopting a transformative approach. Journal of Social Work Practice: Psychotherapeutic Approaches in Health, Welfare and theCommunity, 27(1), 79-94. 
To, S.M., Tam, H.L., & Chu, F. (2013). A qualitative study of the lived experiences of young Chinese females in condom use negotiations. International Journal of Adolescence and Youth, 18(4), 248-262. 
Zhou, H. & Pan, Q. (2017) Blogging with a mission, blogging within a system: Chinese GONGOs, CONGOs, Grassroots, and Student Organizations on Weibo. Sociological Research Online, 22(3), 95-119. (SSCI, 0.519)
Zhou, H., & Pan, Q. (2016). Information, Community, and Action on Sina-Weibo: How Chinese Philanthropic NGOs Use Social Media. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 1-25. doi:10.1007/s11266-016-9685-4
Zhou, H. (2015). Corporate philanthropy in contemporary China: A case of rural compulsory education promotion. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 1-21. doi:10.1007/s11266-015-9587-x
Zhou, H.(2015) Towards a Comprehensive Response to Victims of Sex Trafficking.In B. Spooner (Ed.) Globalization: The crucial phase. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, pp 319-
Zhou, H.(2013) Promoting Rural Compulsory Education in China: GONGOs, CONGOs and Grassroots Organizations. In X. Li (Ed.) Education in China: Cultural Influences, Global Perspectives and Social Challenges, Nova Science Publishers, pp 215-248.
Zhou, H.(2012) Promoting Compulsory Education in Rural China: What are the NPOs Doing? Frontiers of Education in China, 7(4): 576-607
Zhou, H. (forthcoming) Global Sex Trafficking Overview: Facts, Myths, and Debates. In A.R. Ackerman& R. Rurman (Eds) Sexual Crimes: Transnational Problems and Global Perspectives. NY: Columbia University Press
Zhou, H., Qiu, T. and Wang, L. (forthcoming) BSR in Transitioning China: Traditions, Actions, and Challenges. In S. Hasan (Ed.) Business Social Responsibility and the Three Sectors: Conflict, Collaboration, and Cohesion, Springer

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