American Journal of Sociological Research

American Journal of Sociological Research is a peer-reviewed journal which gets an international referee board, mainly embodied from each individually expert professional on the social research fields. The journal contributes to all of the social sciences. It welcomes articles on all aspects of developments that contribute to the improvement of social science knowledge.

Wing Hong Chui

Editorial Board Member of American Journal of Sociological Research

Associate Professor, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Research Areas

Sociology of Crime and Deviance, Criminal Justice, Social Work, Youth Work


1996-2000Ph.D Criminology, University of Cambridge
1994-1995M.Phil.Criminology, University of Cambridge
1990-1993B.S.W.The University of Hong Kong


2008-presentAssociate Professor, The University of Hong Kong, Department of Social Work and Social Administration
2007-2008Associate Professor, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Law
2005-2007Adjunct Associate Professor in Criminology (2010-present), Adjunct Senior Lecturer in Criminology (2007-2010), Senior Lecturer in Criminology (2005-2007), University of Queensland, Australia School of Social Science
2002-2005Assistant Professor, City University of Hong Kong, China, School of Law
2000-2002Lecturer in Social Work, University of Queensland, Australia, School of Social Work and Social Policy
1999-2000 Lecturer in Social Work, University of Exeter, UK, Department of Social Work and Probation Studies

Academic Achievement

1992-1993 HongKong and Shanghai Bank Scholarships, Swire Exhibitions (for Swire Hall at the University of Hong Kong)
1994-1995 Cambridge Commonwealth Trust, Cambridge Overseas Development Administration (ODA) Shared Scholarship, S.L. Pao Foundation Scholarship
1996-98 Li Po Chun Charitable Trust Fund Overseas Postgraduate Scholarships
2000 The Oxford and Cambridge Society of Hong Kong Scholarship Grant Award 1999-2000
2007-present Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland
2009-2012 Visiting Research Fellow, The University of New South Wales

Publications: Conferences/Workshops/Symposiums/Journals/Books

[1]  Chui, W.H. (1999) "Residential treatment programs for young offenders in Hong Kong: A report", International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 43 (3), 308-321.
[2]  Chui, W.H. (2001) "A comment on racial discrimination in prisons in England and Wales", International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 25 (2), 199-214.
[3]  Ip, R. and Chui, W.H. (2002) "Resettlement experiences of five Chinese skilled women migrants to Australia", Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 11 (3), 333-355.
[4]  Chui, W.H., Tupman, B. and Farlow, C. (2003) "Listening to young adult offenders: Views on the effect of a police-probation initiative on reducing crime", Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 42 (3), 263-281.
[5]  Chui, W.H. (2003) "Experiences of probation supervision in Hong Kong: Listening to the young adult offenders", Journal of Criminal Justice: An International Journal, 31 (6), 567-577.
[6]  Chui, W.H. and Gelsthorpe, L. (2004) "In the eyes of Hong Kong Chinese female drug offenders", The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 37 (Supplement), 107-121.
[7]  Chui, W.H. and Ip R.L.K. (2005) "Policing in a multi-cultural society: A Queensland case study", Police Practice and Research: An International Journal, 6 (3), 279-293.
[8]  Israel, M. and Chui, W.H. (2006) "If 'Something Works' is the answer, what is the question?: Supporting pluralist evaluation in community corrections in the United Kingdom", European Journal of Criminology, 3 (2), 181-200.
[9]  Chui, W.H. (2006) "Factors associated with the one-year probation outcome: A self-report study in Hong Kong", Asian Journal of Criminology, 1 (2), 155-171.
[10]  Chui, W.H. (2007) "Prisoners' right to vote in Hong Kong: A human rights perspective", Asian Journal of Social Science, 35 (2), 179-194.
[11]  Ip, D., Lui, C.W. and Chui, W.H. (2007) "Veiled entrapment: A study of social isolation of older Chinese migrants in Brisbane, Queensland", Ageing and Society, 27 (5), 719-738.
[12]  Ellem, K., Wilson, J., Chui, W.H. and Knox, M. (2008) "Ethical challenges with life story research with ex-prisoners with intellectual disability", Disability and Society, 23 (5), 497-509.
[13]  Lui, C.W., Ip, D. and Chui, W.H. (2009) "Ethnic experience of cancer: A qualitative study of Chinese–Australians in Brisbane, Queensland", Social Work in Health Care, 48 (1), 14-37.
[14]  Chui, W.H. (2010) "'Pains of imprisonment': Narratives of the partner and children of the incarcerated", Child and Family Social Work, 15 (2), 196-205.
[15]  Cherney, A. and Chui, W.H. (2010) "Police auxiliaries in Australia: Police liaison officers and the dilemmas of being part of the police extended family", Policing & Society: An International Journal of Research and Policy, 20 (3), 280-297.