Prof. C.W. Wong, Victor

Journal Articles

 (2015) ‘Youth transition to work in an age of uncertainty and insecurity: Towards an expanded notion of work for insight and innovation’,Journal of Applied Youth Studies, 1(1): 21-41.


(2014)(with Su, S. ) ‘Youth poverty in the eyes of young people’, in Shiu, K.C. & Leung, S. (eds) Youth Matters: Discourse and dialogue in youth work, pp. 258-275 (in Chinese). Hong Kong: Red Publish.
(2014) ‘Social work with youth in social withdrawal: In-home and beyond home intervention modalities’, China Journal of Social Work, 7(2):161-174.
(2014) ‘Risk society and governmentality in social work practice’, Proceedings of Conference on Social Work Education in 2014: Risk Society and Sustainable Development. Taiwan: Department of Social Work, National Taipei University, pp. 1-17.

•    (2012) “Introducing poststructuralist ideas in a workshop setting: The use of games and exercises as a prelude to narrative therapy training”, International Journal of Narrative   Therapy and Community Development, 3: 69-79.

•    (2012) “Social withdrawal as invisible youth disengagement: Government inaction and NGO responses in Hong Kong’, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 32(7/8): 415-430.

Conference Papers
• (2012) “Policy and practice of youth development’, in proceedings of youth forum 2012: Youth policy and youth development in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao. Macao: Social Affairs and Culture Bureau, Maco SAR, pp. 17-26 (in Chinese)

• (2011) "Problems and Needs of Disengaged Youth" to the CPU members (full-time and part-time) organised by the Central Policy Unit, HKSAR Government held in the Legislative Council, 26 November.

• (2011) "Youth Participation: Models and Approaches" to a group of social workers and youth workers in Macau by the Education and Youth Bureau, Macau SAR Government, 27 November.

Book Publication
• (2012) Youth and social withdrawal: Myths and way out. Hong Kong: Red Publish, pp. 82-101 (in Chinese)

• (2012) (with Chan, K.F. & Shiu, K.C.) (eds) Storying social welfare in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Red Corporation, in Chinese, 254 pages