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Biography
Prof. T. Wing LO

Department of Applied Social Studies

City University of Hong Kong, China

Professor


E-mail: sstwl@cityu.edu.hk


Qualifications


1991 Ph.D., University of Cambridge, Criminology

1984 M.Sc., University of Hull, Criminology & Social Work

1976 B.Sc., Institute for Social Work Training, Social Work


Publications (selected)

  1. Lo, T.W., & Wong, D.S. (Eds.). (2011). Special edition: Community justice in Asia-Pacific Region. British Journal of Community Justice, 8(3). Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University. (114pp.)
  2. Liu, E.S., Holosko, M. J., & Lo, T.W. (Eds.). (2009). Youth empowerment and volunteerism: Principles, policies and practices. Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press. (315pp.) Snyder & Omoto (2008) Snyder (2009) Law & Shek (2011) Law (2011a) Law (2011b)
  3. Chui, W.H., & Lo, T.W. (Eds.). (2008). Understanding criminal justice in Hong Kong. London: Willan (Routledge). (284pp.) Chui (2010) Scott (2010) Mazza (2011)
  4. Lo, T.W., Wong, S.W., & Maxwell, G. (Eds.). (2005). Alternatives to prosecution: Rehabilitative and restorative models of youth justice. Singapore & London: Marshall Cavendish Academic. (343pp.)
  5. Lo, T.W., & P.M.F. Leung (Eds.). (1995). China law reports – Criminal law 1991. Singapore: Butterworths Asia. (695pp.)
  6. Chang, S.H., Lam, M.C., Lee, P., Leung, A., & Lo, T.W. (Eds.). (1994). Casebook of innovative attempts in social work intervention. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Council of Social Service. (327pp.)
  7. Lo, T.W., & Kwok, S.I. (2012). Traditional organized crime in the modern world: How triad societies respond to socioeconomic change. In D. Siegel & H. van de Bunt (Eds.), Traditional organized crime in the modern world, Studies of Organized Crime 11. New York: Springer.
  8. Lo, T.W. (2012). Teaching group counselling in Hong Kong: The experience of a teaching excellence award winner. In Betty C. Eng (Ed.), A Chinese perspective in teaching and learning (pp. 77-91). New York: Routledge.
  9. Lo, T.W., & Wang X. (2012). Policing and the mentally ill in China: Challenges and prospects. In Chappell, D. (Ed.), Police responses to people with mental illnesses: Global challenges (pp. 54-65). London: Routledge.
  10. Liu, E.S.C., Wu, J., Lo, T.W., & Hui, A.N.N. (2012). Implementing volunteer program to university students in Hong Kong – Enhancing volunteer participation through service matching and organizational support. In Betty C. Eng (Ed.), A Chinese perspective in teaching and learning (pp. 165-178). New York: Routledge.
  11. Wu, J., Au, E., Lo, T. W., & Rochelle, T. (2011). Motives behind volunteerism: A study of Hong Kong university students and influence of gender. In J.A. Jaworski (Ed.), Advances in sociological research (pp. 199-209). New York: Nova.
  12. Lo, T.W., & Wong, D.S. (2011). Guest Editorial. In T.W. Lo & D.S. Wong (Eds.). Special edition: Community justice in Asia-Pacific Region. British Journal of Community Justice, 8(3) (pp. 1-6). Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University.
  13. Lo, T.W. (2010). Task-centered practice in Hong Kong. In Anne E. Fortune, Philip McCallion & Katharine Briar-Lawson (Eds.), Social work practice research for the 21st Century (pp. 240-244). New York: Columbia University Press.
  14. Lo, T.W. (2008). The gambling chair. In Scott Simon Fehr (Ed.), The 101 interventions in group therapy (pp. 39-44). New York: Routledge.
  15. Lo, T.W. (2008). An effective precipice toward recovery. In Scott Simon Fehr (Ed.), The 101 interventions in group therapy (pp. 425-430). New York: Routledge.
  16. Lo, T.W. (2008). Custodial sentences and correctional services. In W.H. Chui & T.W. Lo (Eds.), Understanding criminal justice in Hong Kong (pp. 224-247). London: Willan (Routledge).

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