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Chinese name: 李子樂

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

Trevor has not just been in ivory towers, but also put in the effort and hard work into the education field as well as the larger community. For instance, he worked in university-school partnership projects in 2006; he ran his own art studio in 2010-2013 where he taught oil painting. In 2015-2016, he worked as a postdoctoral fellow with Faculty of Education at CUHK, in which he was involved in the territory-wide career intervention project for the youth of Hong Kong. Previously, Trevor was also actively engaged in collective efforts against social injustice. For instance, he spent more than three years working with the international human rights group, where he was once assigned to work at the headquarter in New York.

In addition, Trevor has been an active contributor to public policy discussions in Hong Kong, especially about education issues, through the local news media such as Ming Pao, Hong Kong Economic Journal, Apple Daily, and South China Morning Post.

Research interests

  • Stratification
  • Parenting
  • Policy
  • Youth

Professional information

Scopus ID: 57199407911

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China Social Sciences
social class Social Sciences
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study reform Social Sciences
post-industrial society Social Sciences
curriculum Social Sciences
electronic business Social Sciences
political participation Social Sciences

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Research Outputs 2006 2019

Beyond structure versus culture: Class-specific parenting practices in Hong Kong

LEE, T. L. T., Jul 2019, Proceedings of the Middle-Term Conference RC04 Sociology of Education International Sociological Association. VRYONIDES, M., SHARONOVA, S. & SOKOLOVA, N. (eds.). Moscow: Institute of Foreign Languages RUDN University, p. 656-665

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Identity and border setting: A qualitative study of homeworkers in China

LEE, T. L. T. & MA, X., 2019, In : Social Transformations in Chinese Societies. 15, 2, p. 94-113

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

China
teleworker
employment policy
frustration
everyday life

Conduit for engagement? School curriculum and youth political participation in Hong Kong

LEE, T. T-L. & CHIU, W. K. S., 2018, In : Young. 26, 2, p. 161-178

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Hong Kong
political participation
Curriculum
Learning
curriculum

Main patterns and determinants of married women’s support to parents and parents-in-law in China

LUO, X. & LEE, T. L. T., Dec 2018.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

wife
parents
determinants
China
Law
pedagogics
social class
study reform
secondary education
middle class