TEACHING (IN SEXUALITY AND GENDER, 2000- )
HIGHER DEGREE PROGRAMMES IN SEXUALITY AND GENDER
Modules in Previous and Current Programmes: (Courses taught in last three years underlined)
Sexual and Gender Development
Youth Sexuality, Society and the School (MEd Elective, approved to start 2012-13).
Supervision duties in regard to M.Phil., PhD. And Ed. D. research students (sole or primary supervisor, unless otherwise indicated) :
Mark King. (PhD) Transprejudice in Hong Kong.
Eleanor Cheung. (PhD) Mental health issues in Hong Kong gays and transgenders.
Yulu. (PhD) Gender non-conformity in Chinese children.
Diana Kwok. (Ed.D) (co-supervisor) Development of sexual identity in young gay and lesbian people
Li Ling. (PhD) Health, Attitudes and Behaviours in Beijing and Hong Kong, and Responses to Health Promotion Interventions.
Lu Hangyan. (PhD) Gender and English language teaching. (co-supervisor)
Chi Xinli. (PhD) Sex education of adolescents: a comprehensive study on sex attitude, sex moral value and desire of sex education among college students inChina.
Barry Lee. (MPhil). Gender role and safe sex practices among gay men in Hong Kong.
Alexandra Stankovic. (PhD) South American sex workers in Hong Kong.(co-supervisor)
Cassini Chu. (PhD) The rise and impact of compensated dating in Hong Kong(co-supervisor)
Additional / Internal Examiner for the following MPhil / PhD theses:
Tam Suk Ching. Illness trajectory and its implications for counselling: A study of persons with AIDS in Hong Kong (1st), Biographical Disruptions and their Implications for Counselling: A Study of persons with AIDS in Hong Kong (2nd)
Au Chung Park. The Development and Evaluation of Causal Models of Learned Hopelessness for Hong Kong Adolescent Students
Chen Siu Ling, Eve. Gender Education in Chinese Children.
External Examiner for the following research theses:
Humaira Jami. (University of Islamabad, Pakistan, PhD) The Hijra of Pakistan.
(student currently engaged in studies)
External Advisor for the following research student:
Brenda Alegre (University of Santo Tomas, Philippines). Transgender in the Philippines.
(student graduated in 2006).
UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES IN SEXUALITY AND GENDER
Modules in Previous and Current Programmes
Sexuality and Gender, Diversity and Society (2010-
Sexuality and Culture (2012-
TEACHING GRANTS IN SEXUALITY AND GENDER
University Teaching Development Grant, 2010. Development of a Common Core Course in Sexuality and Gender: Diversity and Society. HK$99740..Used to fund a Senior Research Assistant and other development costs.