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Dr. Chau-kiu Cheung

Department of Applied Social Studies

City University of Hong Kong, China

Associate Professor


Email: ssjacky@cityu.edu.hk


Qualifications

1995 Ph.D., Department of Applied Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong, China

1988 M.S., Department of Management, University of East Asia, Korea

1984 B.A., Department of Marketing, Chinese University of Hong Kong, China


Publications (Selected)

  1. Cheung, Chau-kiu, and Alex Yui-huen Kwan. 2012.3. “The Utility of Enhancing filial Piety for Eldercare in China.” Pp. 127-145 in Aging in China: Implications to Social Policy of a Changing Economic State, edited by Sheying Chen and Jason L. Powell. New York: Springer.
  2. Cheung, Chau-kiu, and Wing-chung Ho. 2012.1. “Investing in Community Participation to Receive Social Support.” Journal of Social Service Research 38(1):110-123.
  3. Cheung, Chau-kiu, and Jessica Chi-mei Li. 2011.7. “Ritualized Interaction for the Advancement of Children’s National Identification in Hong Kong.” Journal of Applied Social Psychology 41(6):1486-1513.
  4. Cheung, Chau-kiu, and Stephen Kun Ma. 2011.6. “Coupling Social Solidarity and Social Harmony in
  5. Cheung, Chau-kiu. 2010.12. “Demand on and Trust in Local Government for Tackling Community Problems.” Advances in Sociology Research 6:135-154.
  6. Cheung, Chau-kiu, and John Wing-ling Tse. 2008.10. “Institutional Trust as a Determinant of Anxiety during the SARS Crisis in Hong Kong.” Social Work in Public Health 23(5):41-54.
  7. Tang, Kwong-keung, and Cheung, Chau-kiu. 2007.12. “Programme Effectiveness in Activating Welfare Recipients to Work: The Case of Hong Kong.” Social Policy & Administration 41(7):747-767.
  8. Cheung, Chau-kiu, and Kwan-kwok Leung. 2007.10. “Relating Social Welfare to Life Satisfaction in the Postmodern Era of Hong Kong.” Social Indicators Research 84(1):53-70.
  9. Cheung, Chau-kiu, and Kwan-kwok Leung. 2007.7. “Enhancing Life Satisfaction by Government Accountability in China.” Social Indicators Research 82(3):411-432.
  10. Cheung, Chau-kiu, Kwan-kwok Leung, Wing-tai Chan, Kun Ma, and Raymond Man-hung Ngan. 2006.3. “Self-expressive Orientation and Willingness to Pay Taxes and Public Fees in Hong Kong.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research 18(1):107-118.
  11. Cheung, Chau-kiu, Alex Yui-huen Kwan, and Sik Hung Ng. 2006.9 “Impacts of Filial Piety on Preference for Kinship versus Public Care.” Journal of Community Psychology 34(5):617–634.
  12. Cheung, Chau-kiu, and Xiao Dong Yue. 2006.4. “Luminary Emergence and Eminence across Chinese History.” Social Science Journal 43(3):147-165.
  13. Cheung, Chau-kiu, and Kwan-kwong Leung. 2005.10. “Hong Kong People’s Social Cohesion and Their Dissent to National Security Legislation.” International Journal of Contemporary Sociology 42(2):344-364.
  14. Cheung, Chau-kiu. 2005.8. “Who Won Political Elections in Hong Kong over Time?” Social Science Journal 42(3):183-199.
  15. Cheung, Chau-kiu, and Chi-fai Chan. 2005.8. “Philosophical Foundations of Eminent Hong Kong Chinese CEOs’ Leadership.” Journal of Business Ethics 60:47-62.
  16. Cheung, Chau-kiu, Tak-yan Lee, Wing-tai Chan, Suk-ching Liu, and Kwan-kwok Leung. 2004.11 “Developing Civic Consciousness through Social Engagement among Hong Kong Youths.” Social Science Journal 41:651-660.
  17. Cheung, Chau-kiu, and Kwan-kwok Leung. 2004.8 “Economic and Political Conditions and Modern and Postmodern Value Orientations of Hong Kong Citizens.” Social Science Journal 41(3):347-361.
  18. Ngai, Ngan-pun, Chau-kiu Cheung, and Chi-kei Li. 2001.9 “China’s Youth Policy Formulation and Youth Participation.” Children and Youth Services Review 23(8):651-669.
  19. Cheung, Chau-kiu, Ping-kwong Kam, Wing-tai Chan, and Kwan-kwok Leung. 2001.6 “Relationships among the Civic Awareness, Mobilization, and Electoral Participation of Elderly People in Hong Kong.” Social Science Journal 38:307-313.
  20. Cheung, Chau-kiu, Wing-tai Chan, and Kwan-kwok Leung. 2000.7 “Roles of Civic Duty, Political Responsiveness, and Mass Media for Voter Turnout in Hong Kong.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research 12(2):199-207.
  21. Kam, Ping-kwong, Chau-kiu Cheung, Wing-tai Chan, and Kwan-kwok Leung. 1999.9. “Mobilized or Civic-minded: Factors Affecting the Political Participation of Senior Citizens.” Research on Aging 21(5):627-656.
  22. Lau, Joseph Tak-fai, and Chau-kiu Cheung. 1999. “Public Evaluation of an Announcement on Public Interest Communicated by an AIDS Patient.” Journal of Health & Social Policy 11(1):77-90.
  23. Cheung, Chau-kiu, and Cheung-ming Chan. 1997. “Tolerance for Concerts in a Public Place.” Journal of Social Psychology 137(6):739-748.
  24. Cheung, Chau-kiu. 1995. “Unidirectional versus Reciprocal Relationships between Political Theorizing and Well-Being.” Journal of Social Behavior & Personality 10(3):609-630.
  25. Cheung, Chau-kiu, and Kwan-kwok Leung. 1995. “Democratic Predispositions among College Students in Hong Kong.” Journal of Social Behavior & Personality 10(2):363-378.