Dr. LI, Hang 李 鏗 博士

Assistant Professor

 

Contact

Office: Room LG531, Main Building, Hong Kong Shue Yan University,
10 Wai Tsui Crescent, Braemar Hill, North Point, Hong Kong.
Phone: 2104-8292

Email: hli@hksyu.edu

Academic and Professional Qualification

Ph.D. in Sociology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
M.A. in Sociology, University of Essex
B.S.Sc. in Sociology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Specialism and Research Interests

Youth Studies
Contentious Politics and Social Movements
Environmental Sociology

Courses
SOC 101       Introduction to Sociology
SOC 205       Sociological Theory I
SOC 302       Environmental Sociology
SOC 440       Collective Behaviour and Social Movement
GEC 101       Environment and Society

Selected Publications

Li, Hang and Yuet-wah Cheung. 2020. “Beyond Ketamine: Narratives of Risk among Young Psychoactive Drug Users in Hong Kong.” Journal of Substance Use, DOI: 10.1080/14659891.2020.1856207. [Link]

Li, Hang. 2020. “Political Process of Cultural Heritage Preservation: A Case Study of the New Tile House Hakka Cultural District in Hsinchu.” Global Hakka Studies 15: 31–69. [Link]

Li, Hang and Yuet-wah Cheung. 2019. From Ketamine to Ice: Neutralisation Techniques and Risk Perception of Adolescent Drug Abusers. Final Report submitted to Policy Innovation and Co-ordination Office, Hong Kong SAR Government. [Link]

羅雅詩、李鏗。2018年。「香港『儀式主義』青年人在香港的生存之道」。青年研究學報,第21卷、第2期。

Chiu, Wing-kai Stephen and Hang Li. 2017. Study on Civic Values and Engagement of ‘Post-90s’ in Hong Kong. Final Report submitted to Policy Innovation and Co-ordination Office, Hong Kong SAR Government. [Link]

趙永佳、李鏗。2016。「政治冷感還是政治覺醒?青少年政治參與現況分析」,載趙永佳、葉仲茵、李鏗編,《躁動青春:香港新世代處境觀察》。香港:中華書局,頁145–160。

李鏗、葉仲茵、鄭宏泰。2015。「再論『特首表現平均分』及其剖析民意的基礎」,載趙永佳、張妙清編,《吐露爭鳴》。香港:香港亞太研究所,頁211–214。

李鏗、趙永佳。2014。「香港年輕人對社會公共政策的態度:階層、世代與態度變遷」,載趙永佳、蕭新煌、尹寶珊編,《一衣帶水:台港社會議題縱橫》。香港:香港亞太研究所,頁149–170。

 

Research Projects

As Principal Investigator
“Shifting Strategies and Coalition Dynamics of the Pro-Democracy Movement in Hong Kong: The Role of Perceived Opportunities and Threats,” HK$792,498, funded by Faculty Development Scheme of Competitive Research Funding Schemes for Local Self-financing Degree Sector 2019/20, Research Grants Council.

“From Ketamine to Ice: Neutralisation Techniques and Risk Perception of Adolescent Drug Abusers,” HK$476,284, funded by Public Policy Research (PPR) Funding Scheme, Central Policy Unit (renamed Policy Innovation and Co-ordination Office in April 2018)

As Co-principal Investigator
“Youth Identity Status and its Psychosocial Correlates: A Longitudinal Study in Hong Kong,” HK$3,465,000, funded by IDS Collaborative Research Grant of Competitive Research Funding Schemes for Local Self-financing Degree Sector 2019/20, Research Grants Council.

As Co-Investigator
“Posttreatment Life Planning and Relapse Prevention: An Effectiveness Study of an Integrative Model of Vocational Life Design for Young Rehabilitated Drug Abusers,” HK$841,340, funded by Beat Drugs Fund (BDF) Regular Funding Scheme, Narcotics Division, Security Bureau

Community Service

Member, Research Committee, Hong Kong Society for the Aid and Rehabilitation of Drug Abusers (SARDA)