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Dr. Lee Trevor Tsz-lok is a sociologist working on the field of education, particularly inequality and stratification, parenting, and policy.

Trevor's research is often located at the intersections of traditional research agenda in sociology, family studies, and educational studies, among other (sub-) fields, and involves quantitative and qualitative methodologies. His recent research projects address questions concerning (1) the intricate ways that interrelationships between home, school and culture shape and reproduce social positions in the stratification system; (2) the middle-class alternative choice of homeschooling in Hong Kong and Taipei; and (3) online learning of Hong Kong primary school students during school closures in time of COVID-19.

His new research agenda attends to digital inequality in relation to parenting and schooling.

Research interests

  • Stratification
  • Parenting
  • Policy

External Appointments


2018-2020 Council member, Hong Kong Sociological Association, Hong Kong


2019-2021 Consultant, Program evaluation for the 'Parenting for a Peaceful World' project, EDiversity Limited, Hong Kong

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