Urbanization and Mobility Working Group

    Books

  • Li, S.M. & Huang, Y.Q. (Eds). Housing Inequalities in Chinese Cities. London and New York: Routledge, 2014.
  • 李思名、黃枝連、陳尚懋主編。《全球化與兩岸四地新關係》(Glo balization and New Relations among Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau),香港教育圖書公司 (Hong Kong: Educational Publisher)。2013。
  • 李思名、黃枝連、薛鳳旋主編。《後金融海嘯時期的中國與東亞經濟協作》(Economic cooperation between China and East Asia post financial tsunami),香港:三聯書局 (Hong Kong: Joint Publishers)。2012。
  • Lan, S. Diaspora and class consciousness: Chinese immigrant workers in multiracial Chicago. New York and London: Routledge, 2011.


  • Book Chapters

  • Hao, P. (2014). “Spatial Development Patterns and Trends of ‘Villages in the City’ in Shenzhen”. In Shannon, K., de Meulder B., and Lin, Y. (Eds.), Village in the City: Asian Variations of Urbanisms of Inclusion. Zürich: Park Books, 124-141.
  • Hao, P. (2013). "Spatial Evolution of Urban Villages in Shenzhen". In Wu, F.L., Zhang, F. and Webster, C. (Eds.), Rural Migrants in Urban China. London: Routledge.
  • Lan, S. (forthcoming). "Race and the Politics of Space: Doing Walking Ethnography in Urban Chicago". In Shortell, T. and Brown, E. (Eds.), Walking in the City: Quotidian Mobility and Ethnographic Method. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
  • Lan, S. (forthcoming). "The Catholic Church’s Role in the African Diaspora in Guangzhou, China". In Chu, C. (Ed.). Chinese Catholicism from 1900 to the Present. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Lan, S. (2014). "Chinese American Youth in Multiethnic Chicago". In Zhao, X.J. and Park, E.J.W. (Eds.), Asian Americans: An Encyclopedia of Social, Cultural, Economic, and Political History. Santa Barbara: Greenwood Press, 234-237.
  • Lan, S. (2014). "Chinese Immigrant Workers in Multiethnic Chicago". In Zhao, X.J. and Park, E.J.W. (Eds.), Asian Americans: An Encyclopedia of Social, Cultural, Economic, and Political History. Santa Barbara: Greenwood Press, 275-278.
  • Li, S.M. (forthcoming). "Residential Mobility". In Richardson D. (Ed.), The Wiley-AAG Encyclopaedia of Geography: People, Environment, the Earth, and Technology.
  • Li, S. M. and Du, H. M. (2014). “Residential Change and Housing Inequality in Urban China in Early 21st Century: Analysis of Guangzhou Survey Data”. In Huang, Y.Q. and Li, S.M. (Eds.), .Housing Inequalities in Chinese Cities. London and New York: Routledge, 18-36.
  • Li, S. M.and Huang, Y.Q. (2014). “Housing Inequality, Residential Differentiation, and Socio-spatial Stratification: Chinese Cities in the Early 21st Century”. In Huang, Y.Q. and Li, S.M. (Eds.), Housing Inequalities in Chinese Cities. London and New York: Routledge, 3-17.
  • Wang, Y. P., Du, H. M. and Li, S.M. (2014). “Migration and the Dynamics of Informal Housing in China”. In Huang, Y. Q. and Li, S. M. (Eds.), Housing Inequalities in Chinese Cities. London and New York: Routledge, 87-102.
  • Li, L. M. and Li, S. M.(2014). “Living the Networked Life in the Commodity Housing Estates: Everyday Use of Online Neighborhood Forums and Community Participation in Urban China”. In Huang, Y. Q. and Li, S. M. (Eds.), Housing Inequalities in Chinese Cities.London and New York: Routledge, 181-198.
  • 李思名、黃枝連、薛鳳旋主編。〈金融海嘯、經濟重心東移、與東亞房地產泡沫:香港個案研究〉(Financial Tsunami, Eastward Shift of Economic Centre of Gravity, and Property Bubbles in East Asia: the Case of Hong Kong)。刊於《後金融海嘯時期的中國與東亞經濟協作》(Economic Cooperation between China and East Asia Post Financial Tsunami),香港:三聯書局,2012,頁322。


  • Journal Articles

  • Hao, P. (forthcoming, in Chinese). "Analyzing the Land Development Intensity of Urban Villages Based on the Bid-rent Theory: A Case Study of Shenzhen". City Planning Review.
  • Hao, P., Lin, Y. and Geertman, S. (forthcoming). "A Conceptual Framework on Modes of Governance for the Regeneration of Chinese ‘Villages in the City'". Urban Studies. doi: 10.1177/0042098014540345
  • Hao, P., Yang, Z. and Cai, J. (forthcoming). "Economic Clusters: A Bridge between Economic and Spatial Policies with a Case of Beijing". Cities. doi: 10.1016/j.cities.2014.06.005
  • Hao, P., Hooimeijer, P., Sliuzas, R. and Geertman, S. (2013). “What Drives the Spatial Development of Urban Villages in China?”. Urban Studies, 50(16) 3394-3411.
  • Hao P, Geertman S, Hooimeijer P and Sliuzas R. (2013). “Spatial Analyses of the Urban Village Development Process in Shenzhen, China”. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 37(6) 2177-2197.
  • Lan, S. (2014). "State Regulation of Undocumented African Migrants in China: A Multi-scalar Analysis". Journal of Asian and African Studies. doi: 10.1177/0021909614531903
  • Lan, S. and Xiao, H. (2014). "Trans-border Mobility and Cross-cultural Business Networking among Chinese and Nigerian Petty Entrepreneurs". Politique Africaine, (134), 45-67.
  • Lan, S. (2013). "Review of Chinese Chicago: Race, Transnational Migration and Community Since 1870 by Huping Ling". Journal of Illinois History, 15 (4), 290-292.
  • Lan, S. (forthcoming). “The Shifting Meaning of Race: African Diaspora Communities in Guangzhou”. In Renfrew, D. & Snyder, G. (Eds.), Special issue of City and Society.
  • Lan, S., Hui, A. & Bailey, B. (2013). “Transbordering: Integrating Diverse Hong Kong Mobilities”. LEWI working paper series. David Lam Institute for East-West Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University.
  • Lan, S. (2013). “Review of Chinese Chicago: Race, Transnational Migration and Community Since 1870”. Journal of Illinois History, 15 (4): 290-292.
  • Lan, S. (2012)." Negotiating Multiple Boundaries: Diasporic Hong Kong Identities in the United States". Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, 19 (6): 708-724.
  • 李思名、杜慧敏、陸惠賢,〈特區成立後香港的土地與住房政策〉。《紫荊論壇》。2014年3-4月號,頁38-75。
  • Li, S.M., Cheng, H.H. and Wang, J. (2014). “Making a Cultural Cluster in China: A Study of Dafen Oil Painting Village, Shenzhen”. Habitat International, (41) 156-164.
  • Li, L.M. and Li, S.M. (2013). "Becoming Homeowners: The Emergence and Use of Online Neighborhood Forums in Transitional Urban China". Habitat International, 38, 232-239.
  • Yang, C. and Li, S. M. (2013). "Transformation of Cross-boundary Governance in the Greater Pearl River Delta, China: Contested Geopolitics and Emerging Conflicts". Habitat International, 40, pp. 25-34. (online: ww.elsevier.com/locate/habitatint)
  • Zhu, Y.S., Werner B. & Li, S.M. (2012). "The Changing Meaning of Neighbourhood Attachment in Chinese Commodity Housing Estates: Evidence from Guangzhou". Urban Studies, 49 (11).
  • Song, Y.L., Chiang, N., and Li, S.M. (2012). "The Mobility and Attachment of Displaced Residents under Urban Redevelopment Projects in Shanghai”, Issues and Studies 48 (3), September 2012, 73-74.
  • Li, S.M. (2012). "Housing Inequalities under Market Deepening: The Case of Guangzhou, China". Environment and Planning A, 44(12), 2852-2866.
  • 李思名、侯全。(2012)。〈香港或廣州誰將成為大珠江三角洲地區的首位城市﹖空間可達性視角的分析〉。《城鄉規劃》。4期,128-136頁。
  • Du, H. M. & Li, S.M. (2012). "Is It Really Just a Rational Choice? The Contribution of Emotional Attachment to Temporary Migrants’ Intention to Stay in the Host City in Guangzhou". China Review, 12(1), 73-94.
  • Hui, E. C. M., Li, S. M. & Wong, F. K. W. (2012). "Ethnicity, Cultural Disparity and Residential Mobility: Empirical Analysis of Hong Kong". Habitat International, 36 (1), 1-10.
  • Li, S. M, Zhu, Y. S. & Li, L. M. (2012). "Neighbourhood Type, Gatedness, and Residential Experiences in Chinese Cities: A study of Guangzhou". Urban Geography, 33(2), 237-255.
  • Hou, Q & Li, S. M. (2011). "Transport Infrastructure Development and Changing Spatial Accessibility in the Greater Pearl River Delta, China, 1990-2020". Journal of Transport Geography, 19(6), 1350-1360.
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    Environment, Health and Sustainability Working Group


    Book

  • Chan, K. (2014). Girls and Media; Dreams and Realities. Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press.


    Book Chapters

  • Chan, K. and Huang, A. (forthcoming). "Understanding of Public Service Advertisements among Chinese Children". In Global Social Marketing.
  • Chan, K. (forthcoming). "Advertising to Children in China". In Blades, M., Oates, C., Blumberg, F. and Gunter, B. (Eds.), Advertising to Children: New Issues and New Media.
  • Chan, K. (2014). "International Research on Advertising and Children". In H. Cheng (Ed.), The Handbook of International Advertising Research (pp. 414-433). Malden, MA & Oxford, UK: Wiley Blackwell.
  • Chan, K. (2014). "Case Study: Advertising Using Microfilms in Hong Kong". In Belch, G.E., Belch, M.A., Kerr, G., and Powell, I. (Eds.), Advertising, (pp. 141-142). McGraw-Hill, Australia
  • Chan, K. (2011). “Tween Girls’ Sexuality and a Media Scandal in Hong Kong”. In Feilitzen, C., Carlsson, U. and Bucht, C. (Eds.). Yearbook 2011 New Questions, New Insights, New Approaches: Contributions to the Research Forum at the World Summit on Media for Children and Youth 2010. Sweden: Nordicom.  109-122.
  • Siu J.Y.M. (2012). "The Cultural Perceptions, Folk Taxonomies and the Relationship with Alternative Medicine Practices among Hong Kong People." In Sakagami H. (Ed.), Alternative Medicine, pp.25-45. Croatia: InTech.
  • Su J.Y.M. (2012). "The Use of Qigong and Tai Chi as Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) among Chronically Ill Patients in Hong Kong." In Bhattacharya A. (Ed.), A Compendium of Essays on Alternative Therapy, pp.175-192. Croatia: InTech.


  • Journal Articles

  • Chan, K., and Han, X. (forthcoming). Effectiveness of environmental advertising for hotels. Services Marketing Quarterly.
  • Chan, K., Ng, Y.L, and Liu, J. (forthcoming). "How Chinese Young Consumers Respond to Gendered Advertisements". Young Consumers.
  • Chan, K., Siu, J., and Fung, T. (forthcoming). "Perception of Acupuncture in Hong Kong: A Qualitative Study". Health Marketing Quarterly.
  • Ng, Y. L. and Chan, K. (forthcoming). "Do Females in Advertisements Reflect Adolescents’ Ideal Female Image?". Journal of Consumer Marketing.
  • Hui, A.N.N., Yeung, D.Y.L., Sue-Chan, C., Chan, K., Hui, D.C.K., and Cheng, S.T. (2014). "Gains and Losses in Creativity Personality as Perceived by Ddults across the Lifespan". Developmental Psychology, 50(3), 709-713.
  • Chan, K., Ng, Y.L., and Prendergast, G. (forthcoming). "Should Different Marketing Communication Strategies be Used to Promote Healthy Eating among Male and Female Adolescents?". Health Marketing Quarterly.
  • Chan, K., Lemish, D., McMillin, D., and Parameswaran, R. (2013). "Beyond the West to the Rest: A Roundtable on Global Children’s Media Flows". Interactions: Studies in Communication & Culture, 4(3), 211-220.
  • Chan, K., Evans, S., Ng, Y.L., Chiu, M.Y.L., and Huxley, P. (2013). "A Concept Mapping Study on Social Inclusion in Hong Kong". Social Indicators Research, doi:10.1007/S11205-013-0498-1
  • Chan, K. and Fung, M. (2013). "Effectiveness of Subway Advertising in Hong Kong". Journalism and Mass Communication, 3(12), 757-767.
  • Chan, K., Hui, A., Cheng, S.T., and Ng, Y.L. (2013). "Perception of Age and Creativity in Work Context". Journal of Creative Behavior, 47(4), 256-272.
  • Chan, K., Leung, V. and Tsang, L. (2013). "Health Information and Advertising Appeal in Food Commercials: A Content Analysis". Journal of Nutritional Therapeutics, 2(3), 137-144.
  • Chan, K. and Ng, Y.L. (2013). "Canadian Chinese Adolescent Girls’ Gender Roles and Identities". Intercultural Communication Studies, 22(2), 19-39.
    Chan, K. and Han, X. (2013). "Perception of Green Hotels among Tourists in Hong Kong: An Exploratory Study". Services Marketing Quarterly, 34(4), 339-352.
  • Chan, K. (2013). "Development of Materialistic Values among Children and Adolescents". Young Consumers, 14(3), 244-257.
  • Chan, K. and Chang, H.C. (2013). "Advertising to Chinese Youth: A Study of Public Service Ads in Hong Kong". Qualitative Market Research, 16(4), 421-435.
  • Chan, K., Tsang, L., and Leung, V. (2013). "Consumers’ Attitudes towards Advertising of Medical Professionals". Journal of Consumer Marketing, 30(4), 328-334.
  • Chan, K., Ng, Y.L., and Luk, E. (2013). "Impact of Celebrity Endorsement in Advertising on Brand Image among Chinese Adolescents". Young Consumers, 14(2), 167-179.
  • Chan, K. and Ng, Y.L. (2013). "How Chinese Adolescent Girls Perceive Gender Roles: A Psychographic Study". Journal of Consumer Marketing, 30(1), 50-61.
  • Chan, K., Ng, Y.L., and Williams, R.B. (2012). "Adolescent Girls’ Interpretation of Sexuality Found in Media Image, Intercultural Communication Studies, 21(3), 63-81.
  • Gronhoj, A., Bech-Larsen, T., Chan, K., and Tsang, L. (2012). "Using Theory of Planned Behavior to Predict Healthy Eating among Danish Adolescents". Health Education, 113(1), 4-17.
  • Chan, K., Ng, Y.L., and Williams, R.B. (2012). "What do Adolescent Girls Learn about Gender Roles from Aadvertising Images?". Young Consumers, 13(4), 357-366.
  • Chan, K. and Ng, Y.L. (2012). "Segmentation of Chinese Adolescent Girls Using Gender Roles and Ideal Female Images:. Journal of Consumer Marketing, 29(7), 521-531.
  • Yip, T., Chan, K. and Poon, E. (2012). "Attributes of Young Consumers’ Favorite Retail Shops: A Qualitative Study". Journal of Consumer Marketing, 29(7), 545-552.
  • Chan, K. (2012) “The Last Mile: Revising Manuscripts for Journal Publication”, Asian Journal of Business Research, 2(2), 87-94.
  • Chan, K., Leung, V., Tsang, L., and Yip, T. (2012). "Attitudes toward Advertising by Lawyer’s among Hong Kong Consumers". Asian Journal of Business Research, 2(2), 70-86.
  • Chan, K. and Cheng, B. (2012). "Awareness of Outdoor Advertising in Hong Kong". International Journal of Consumer Research, 1(1), 81-97.
  • Chan, K. and Cheng, Y. (2012). Portrayal of females in magazine advertisement in Hong Kong, Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 22(1), 78-96.
  • Chan, K. (2012). "Pre-pubescent Girls’ Evaluation of Female Images in Media". Journal of Children and Media, 6(3), 384-399.
  • Chan, K. (2011). "What Pre-teen Girls Learn about Gender Roles from Celebrities". Journalism and Mass Communication, 1(2), 79-87.
  • Chan, K., Prendergast, G., Gronhoj, A. and Bech-Larsen, T. (2011). "Danish and Chinese Adolescents’ Perceptions of Healthy Eating and Attitudes toward Regulatory Measures". Young Consumers, 12(3), 216-228.
  • Chan, K. and Tsang, L. (2011). "Promoting Healthy Eating among Adolescents: A Hong Kong Atudy". Journal of Consumer Marketing, 28(5), 354-362.
  • Dong, D. and Chan, K. (forthcoming). "Adolescent Girls’ Evaluation of Brands during Liminal Life Stages". International Journal of Trade, Economics and Finance.
  • Dong D. (forthcoming). "Covering News with Provincial Characteristics? Comparing Health News Coverage in China’s Guangdong and Henan Provinces". Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies.
  • Dong, D. (2013). “Legitimating Journalistic Authority under the State’s Shadow: A Case Study of the Environmental Press Awards in China”. Chinese Journal of Communication, 6(4) 397-418.
  • Siu J.Y.M. (forthcoming). "The Illness Experiences of Women with Overactive Bladder in Hong Kong". Qualitative Health Research.
  • Siu, J.Y.M. (forthcoming). "Book review on “Manufacturing Tibetan Medicine: The Creation of an Industry and the Moral Economy of Tibetanness”. Asian Anthropology.
  • Siu, J.Y.M. (2014). “Seeing a Doctor is Just Like Having a Date: A Qualitative Study on Doctor Shopping among Overactive Bladder Patients in Hong Kong”. BMC Family Practice, 15: 27.
  • Siu, J.Y.M. (2014). "Perceptions of and Barriers to Vaccinating Daughters against Human Papillomavirus (HPV) among Mothers in Hong Kong". BMC Women’s Health, 14: 73. doi: 10.1186/1472-6874-14-73
  • Siu, J.Y.M. (forthcoming). “The Illness Experiences of Women with Overactive Bladder in Hong Kong”. Qualitative Health Research.
  • Siu J.Y.M. (2013). "Barriers to Receiving Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination among Female University Students in Hong Kong". Culture, Health & Sexuality, 15(9): 1071-1084.
  • Siu J.Y.M. (2012). "The Perceptions of and Disincentives for Receiving Influenza A(H1N1) Vaccines among Chronic Renal Disease Patients in Hong Kong". Health and Social Care in the Community, 20(2): 137-144.
  • Siu J.Y.M. (2012). "The use of qigong and tai chi as complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) among chronically patients in Hong Kong." In A Compendium of Essays on Alternative Therapy, pp.175-192. Bhattacharya A., ed. Croatia: InTech. ISBN 978-953-307-863-2.

    Cross-Cultural Studies Working Group

    Books

  • Chu, C. (forthcoming). Chinese Catholicism: 1900 to the Present. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Chu, C. The Catholic Church in China: 1978 to the Present. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
  • Johansson, P. (forthcoming). The Libidinal Economy of China: Sexual Fantasy in International Relations. Rowman and Littlefield.
  • Johansson, P. Kinas Historia pa tio Lektioner (China’s History in Ten Lectures). Lund: Studentlitteratur, 2012.
  • Johansson, P. Saluting the Yellow Emperor: A Swedish Case of Sinography. Sinica Leidensia: Brill Academic Publishers, 2012.
  • Mak, G.K.W. (forthcoming). Protestant Bible Translation and Mandarin as the National Language of China. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill.

  • Book Chapters

  • Chu, C. (forthcoming). “The Catholic Church in China during the Republican Period”. In Stolte, C. and Kikuchi, Y. (Eds.), Eurasian Encounters: Intellectual and Cultural Exchanges, 1900-1950. Leiden: International Institute for Asian Studies.
  • Johansson, P. (2014). "Cross-cultural Epistemology: How European Sinology Became the Bridge to China’s Modern Humanities". In Bod, R., Weststeijn, T. and Maat, J. (Eds.), The Making of the Humanities: Volume III. Amsterdam University Press and the University of Chicago Press.
  • Johansson, P. (forthcoming). "The Libidinal Economy of ‘China’". In Doll, M. and Kohns, O. (Eds.), Figurationen des Politischen I und II. Munich: Wilhelm Fink Verlag.
  • Johansson, P. (forthcoming). "China and the European 1968". In Monde(s): Histoire, Espaces, Relations.
  • Johannson, P. (2012). "Discovering History in China: War, Sinology, Sources". In Braun, B. & Becker, J. (Eds.), Die Begegnung mit Fremden in ihrer Bedeutung für das Geschichtsbewusstsein. Gottingen.
  • Mak, G.K.W. (forthcoming). "The Colportage of the Protestant Bible in late Qing China: The Example of the British and Foreign Bible Society". In Clart, P. and Scott, P.C. (Eds.), Religious Publishing and Print Culture in Modern China, 1800-2012. Boston and Berlin: De Gruyter.
  • Mak, G.K.W. and Choi, K.T. (forthcoming). "Catholic Bible Translation in Twentieth- century China: An Overview". In Chu, C. (Ed.), Catholicism in China, 1900-Present. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Choi, D.K.T. and Mak, G.K.W. (forthcoming). "An Overview of Catholic Bible Translation in Twentieth-Century China". In Chu, C (Ed.), Chinese Catholicism from 1900 to the Present. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Mak, George, K.W. (2012). The English Translation of Alexander Wylie, ‘Xiaoyin’ 小引 (Brief Introduction), Shanghae Serial, vol. 1, no. 1 (1857). In Elshakry, M. and Sivasundaram, S. (Eds). Science, Race, and Imperialism [Volume 6 of the Series ‘Victorian Literature and Science’]. London: Pickering and Chatto, 117-121.


  • Journal Articles

  • Chu, C. (2013). "A Review of Stuart Wolfendale’s Imperial to International: A History of St. John’s Cathedral, Hong Kong". Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch, Vol. 53, 329-31
  • Johannson, P. (forthcoming). “Cross-cultural Pistemology: How European Sinology Became the Bridge to China’s Modern Humanities”. In The Making of the Humanities: Volume III. Amsterdam University Press and the University of Chicago Press
  • Johannson, P. (forthcoming). “The Libidinal Economy of ‘China’”. In The Nation’s Two Bodies. Fink Munich
  • Mak, G.K.W. (forthcoming). “The Belated Formation of the China Bible House (1937): Nationalism and the Indigenization of Protestantism in Republican China”. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies.
  • Mak, G.K.W. (forthcoming). "To Add or Not to Add? The British and Foreign Bible Society’s Defence of the “Without Note or Comment” Principle in late Qing China". Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society.