To, S.M., So, Y.Y., Iu Kan, S.M., Tsoi, K.W., & Chan, T.S. (2016). Supporting parents in late modernity through parent education: A mixed methods study in Hong Kong. Journal of Social Work. Advance online publication. DOI: 10.1177/1468017316656090
To, S.M., & Sung, W.L. (2016). Presence of meaning, sources of meaning, and subjective well-being in emerging adulthood: A sample of Hong Kong community college students. Emerging Adulthood, Advance online publication.
To, S.M., & Chan, W.C.H. (2016). Psychometric evaluation of the Chinese version of the existential anxiety questionnaire in a sample of Chinese adolescents living in Hong Kong. Child & Youth Care Forum, 45, 487-503.
To, S.M., & Tam, H.L. (2016). Work values, perceived job rewards and life outcomes of the new generation of Chinese migrant labourers’ in Guangzhou, China: Implications for social work practice. British Journal of Social Work, 46 (1), 27-45.
To, S.M., Iu Kan, S.M., & Ngai, S.S.Y. (2015). Interaction effects between exposure to sexually explicit online materials and individual, family, and extra-familial factors on Hong Kong high school students’ beliefs about gender role equality and body-centered sexuality. Youth & Societ ,47(6): 747-768.
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To, S.M., & Tam, H.L. (2014). Generational differences in work values, perceived job rewards, and job satisfaction of Chinese female migrant workers: Implications for social policy and social services. Social Indicators Research, 118: 1315-1332.
Ngai, S.S.Y., Cheung, C.K., To, S.M., Liu, Y., & Song, H.Y. (2013) Parent-child relationships, friendship networks, and developmental outcomes of economically disadvantaged youth in Hong Kong. Children and Youth Services Review, 35: 91-101.
Ngai, S.S.Y., Cheung, C.K., & Ngai, N.P. (2012) Effects of service use, family social capital, and school social capital on psychosocial development among economically disadvantaged secondary school students in Hong Kong. International Journal of Adolescence and Youth, 17: 131-148.