Find in EdUHK

researcher  
project nature  
Back to "Faculties, Departments and Centres"


Search result of " low-income family" (30 matches)
  of 30 Next >

The Effects of Family Socialisation on Second-Generation South Asian Adolescents in Hong Kong: Academic Identity Construction and Second Language Learning
GU, Ming Yue Michelle 谷明月
This SCOLAR project aims to to investigate the impact of family socialisation on the acculturation, academic identity construction and Chinese language learning among South Asian adolescents in Hong Kong. This project explores the various influences . . .
Project Start Year : 2018  Chief Investigator(s) : GU, Ming Yue Michelle 谷明月

The Effect of a 12-Month Intervention Program on the Vocabulary and Phonological Awareness of Kindergarten Children from Low-Income Families
Accumulated language and literacy research has shown that children’s oral vocabulary status and their level of phonological awareness (PA; i.e., ability to attend to and manipulate phonemes in words) are predictive of their future reading success in . . .
Project Start Year : 2011  Chief Investigator(s) : WONG KWOK SHING, RICHARD 黃國成

From "jiaxun in literature" to "jiaxun literature" - The development and literary features of family precept from the Zhou Dynasty to the Han Dynasty (11th century BC - 3rd century AD)
In the project, jiaxun is defined as a kind of teaching and learning material in which family and clan seniors express their expectations of juniors using various strategies. The project will collect relevant jiaxun scripts from available palaeograph . . .
Project Start Year : 2014  Chief Investigator(s) : TONG HO KIN 湯浩堅

Family Cohesion, Parental Internet Behavior and Problematic Internet Use in Adolescence: A Parent-Child Dyad Study
The purpose of this study is to provide a preliminary investigation of how family cohesion moderates the relationship between parental Internet use and adolescent problematic Internet use.
Project Start Year : 2015  Chief Investigator(s) : WONG MAN YEE, EMMY 黃敏兒

Application of Mindfulness Training in a Family-based Intervention for Improving Stress Responses and Child Adjustment in Economic Disadvantaged Families
The study investigates the effectiveness of a family-based mindfulness intervention for promoting early child development
Project Start Year : 2015  Chief Investigator(s) : LO, Hay-ming Herman

Policy Support for Academic Development of Students from Low Income Families: Cases from Hong Kong and Korea
CHOI, Tae Hee 崔太僖
The policy provision to support academic development of students from low income families will be compared across the two contexts of Hong Kong and Beijing. The comparison of policy discourses, the drivers and shapers of the policy, student experienc . . .
Project Start Year : 2020  Chief Investigator(s) : CHOI, Tae Hee 崔太僖

School-Based Family Counselling Project
LUK-FONG YUK YEE, PATTIE 陸方鈺儀
School-Based Family Counseling builds on the fundamental belief that pupils’ development, well being, and learning are enhanced by family-school collaboration. It highlights the changing families and work contexts in the globalizing world and discuss . . .
Project Start Year : 2011  Chief Investigator(s) : LUK-FONG YUK YEE, PATTIE 陸方鈺儀

Early Fatherhood among Returnees in Hong Kong: Spousal Relations, Childrearing and Work
The research adopts a qualitative approach to explore how Chinese returnees make sense of and ‘do’ fatherhood. Our ethnographic fieldwork includes participant observation and in-depth interviews with 24 whole-family case studies. The study aims to c . . .
Project Start Year : 2015  Chief Investigator(s) : Ngan, Lok Sun Lucille

Savings and assets for the poor: An intervention study in Hong Kong
WU ALFRED MULUAN 吳木鑾
Modern states extend a variety of social welfare benefits to their most vulnerable citizens. However, there are doubts concerning the effectiveness of various transfer programs. Alternative approaches to addressing poverty and related issues have bee . . .
Project Start Year : 2017  Chief Investigator(s) : WU ALFRED MULUAN 吳木鑾

Thriving Beyond schools: The Role of Family and Communities in the Academic Advancement of Ethnic Minorities
GUBE, Jan Christian C 高俊傑
This project seeks to support a community-focused research agenda to broaden understandings on the sociocultural environments of ethnic minorities in relation to their education. It does by extending the academic trajectory of the Principal Investiga . . .
Project Start Year : 2020  Chief Investigator(s) : GUBE, Jan Christian C 高俊傑


of 30 Next >
      Private Policy | Site Map | Contact Us | Disclaimer | Copyright | v6.35 (PURE) Submit Comment