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Goh Chor Leng, Esther Head of Department
Choo, Hyekyung Associate Professor
Irene Y.H. Ng Associate Professor
Cheung, Paul Professor (Practice)
Srinivasan Chokkanathan Associate Professor
Lee Geok Ling Associate Professor
Lee Jungup Assistant Professor
Lim Sheng Foong, Caroline Assistant Professor
Jiang Nan Assistant Professor
Lee Earn Yung, Alexander Senior Lecturer
Pon Kwai Ling, Alicia Senior Lecturer
Wong Yuh Ju, Peace Senior Lecturer
Vasoo, S Adjunct Associate Professor
Ghoh Siew Ngeng, Corinne Adjunct Associate Professor (Practice)
Cheng Liming, Joanne Instructor
Mohd Maliki Bin Osman Assistant ProfessorOn Secondment
Professor Jill Manthorpe (S R Nathan Professor)
Professor Lars Uggerhøj (S R Nathan Professor)
Professor Zahava Solomon (S R Nathan Professor)
Current Research ProjectsTheme 1: Well-being, resilience, and vulnerabilities of populations and societies
Publications/PresentationsKeynote Lecture, "Towards a Sustainable Society: Population Ageing and Demographic Future of East Asian Countries", Symposium organised by Faculty of International Liberal Arts, Juntendo University and Center of Innovation Project Unit, Japan, 17th December, 2016 Keynote Lecture, "Making Cities Smarter through Information Integration: Policy and Methodological Considerations", H-City Conference on Geographies of Health and Living in Cities, organised by the Department of Geography and Faculty of Social Sciences, Hong Kong University, 21 June 2016, Hong Kong. Keynote Lecture, "Changing Global Demographics: Implications for Social Work in Health and Mental Health", 8th International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health, organised by the Singapore Association of Social Workers and the Department of Social Work, National University of Singapore, 19 June 2016, Singapore. Keynote Lecture, "Making Cities Smarter: Integrating Information for Better Policies", organised by the China National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), 29 March 2016, China. "Advancing Global Statistical and Geospatial Information: Contributions of the United Nations and Singapore". In Tommy Koh, Li Lin Chang, Joanna Koh (eds), Fifty Years of Singapore and the United Nations, pp.255-260, 2015. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing. "Fertility Trends in Asia: Prospect and Implications of Very Low Fertility". In Stella R. Quah (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Families in Asia (2015), pp. 138-149. New York: Routledge. "Is Life Getting Better in Singapore?: Issues on Social Inequality". In Faizal Bin Yahya (ed.), Inequality in Singapore, pp. 1-11, 2015. Singapore: Institute of Policy Studies. "Reflections on Singapore's Demographic Future", Commentary, published by National University of Singapore Society, volume 23, 2014. pp. 43-50. "Income Growth and Distribution in Singapore: Issues and Challenges". In Soon Hock Kang and Chan-Hoong Leong (eds), Singapore Perspectives 2012. Pp. 7-22. 2012. Singapore: Institute of Policy Studies. The Millennium Development Goals Report (2004-2010). Report prepared for the General Assembly of the United Nations. Published by the United Nations annually. "The Evolution of National Statistical Systems: What Lessons Can We Learn?" Statistics, No.2, 2008, pp 9-15. Published by Japan Statistical Association, Tokyo, Japan (in Japanese translated from English).
Current Research Projects:Mohanty, J., & Choo, H. The Acculturation experiences of immigrants in Singapore (under review by Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies) Choo, H., Gentile, D. A., Chng, S. E. G., & Khoo, A. Effect of peer support on pathological symptoms of Internet use among children and adolescents. Choo, H., Chng, S. E. G., Fung, D., & Khoo, A. Moderating effect of peer support on depression among cyber victims. Sim, T., Choo, H., Khoo, A., Yeong, A., & Lam, W. M. What to do? Engaging adolescents who play games excessively. Yow, T. T. S., & Choo, H. How do the appraisal and coping of marital infidelity affect the mental health among clients of social service agencies in Singapore?
JOURNALSGreen C. S., Eichenbaum, A., Kattner, F., Bradford, D., Gentile, D. A., Choo, H., Chen, V., Khoo, A. (2015). The role of game genres and the development of internet gaming disorder in school-aged children. Journal of Addictive Behaviors, Therapy and Rehabilitation, 4 (3), doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2324-9005.1000141. Liau, A. K. F., Choo, H., Li, D., Gentile, D. A., Sim, T., & Khoo (in press), A. Pathological video-game use among youth: A prospective study examining dual growth trajectory models. Addiction Research & Theory, 23, 301-308. Choo, H., Sim, T., Liau, A. K. F., Gentile, D. A., & Khoo, A. (2014). Parental influences on pathological symptoms of video-gaming among children and adolescents: A prospective study. Journal of Child and Family Studies, Available Online (doi: 10.1007/s10826-014-9949-9) Lee, C. H., Choo, H., Tai, B. C.., Chan, M. Y., Phua, Q. H., Low, T. T., Richards, A. M., Tan, H. C., Ow, R., & Yeo, T. C. (2013). "Immigrant status and disparities in health care delivery in myocardial infarction". International Journal of Cardiology, 166 (3), 696-701. Choo, H. and D. Shek (2013). Quality of Parent-Child Relationship, Family Conflict, Peer Pressure, and Drinking Behaviors of Adolescents in an Asian Context: The Case of Singapore. Social Indicators Research. 110, 1141-1157. Li, D., Choo, H., Khoo, A., & Liau, A. (2012). Effects of digital game play among young Singaporean gamers: A two-wave longitudinal study. Journal of Virtual Worlds Research. Choo, H. (2012). "Stress Process of Illicit Drug Use among U. S. Immigrants' Adolescent Children: A Longitudinal Study". Journal of Community Psychology, 40(3), 358-371. Liau, A., Neo, E. C., Gentile, D. A., Choo, H., Sim, T., Li, D. & Khoo, A. (2011). "Impulsivity, self-regulation, and pathological video-gaming: Testing a moderated mediation model". Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health, Available online (doi:10.1177/1010539511429369). Gentile, A. D., Choo, H., Liau, A., Sim, T., Li, D., Fung, D., & Khoo, A. (2011) "Pathological video-gaming among Singaporean youth: A two year longitudinal study". Pediatrics, 127(2), 319-329. Ang, R., Choo, H., & Ow, R. (2011). "Poor hemodialysis outcome: Identifying social risk factors in elderly and non-elderly patients in Singapore" Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development, 21 (1), 71-88. Choo, H., & Sim, T (2010)."Health risk behaviors of foreign-born adolescents in Singapore: Exploration of risk factors in an Asian context". British Journal Of Social Work, 40 (7), 2203-2222. Choo, H., Gentile, D.A., Sim, T., Li, D., Khoo, A., & Liu, A. (2010). "Pathological video-gaming among Singaporean youth". Annals Academy Of Medicine, Singapore, 39 (11), 822-829. [Received Silver Award for Best Publications of the Journal in 2010, April 2011]. Choo, H. (2008). "Parent-child relationships and drug use among foreign-born adolescents in Singapore immigrant families: Implications for parenting strategies" Journal of Youth Studies - the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, 11 (2), 85-96.
EDITORIAL WORK AND CHAPTERS IN BOOKSChoo, H., & Chong, E. J. (in press) Intervention: Treatment models for Internet and Gaming addiction. Chapter 8, Internet Addiction, Marshal Cavendish. Khoo, A. C., Chen, V., & Choo, H. (in press). Effects of digital gaming among children and adolescents in Singapore: A summary of research findings. In New Media and Learning in the 21st Century: A socio-cultural perspective, Springer.
EDITORIAL AND SHORTER ARTICLES IN JOURNALKhoo, C. E. A., Sim, T., Chen, V., Choo, H. et al. (2008) "Effect of digital gaming on children and teenagers in Singapore: First year report". Singapore Ministry of Education. Choo, H., Ong, T. H., & Sim, T. (2007). "Needs assessment of aftercare services for ex-offenders and their families" Singapore Prison Service, Singapore. Choo, H. (2014). Mixed method approach in Asian migration research. Journal of Population Research, Available Online (doi :10.1007/s12546-014-9131-7).
PUBLISHED REPORTSKhoo, C. E. A., Sim, T., Chen, V., Choo, H. et al. (2008) "Effect of digital gaming on children and teenagers in Singapore: First year report". Singapore Ministry of Education. Choo, H., Ong, T. H., & Sim, T. (2007). "Needs assessment of aftercare services for ex-offenders and their families" Singapore Prison Service, Singapore.
Publications - Single Author Book:Goh, E. C. L. (2011). China's one child policy and multiple caregiving - Raising little suns in Xiamen. London: Routledge.
Publications - Peer Reviewed Academic Journals;Goh, E.C.L., Chong, W.H., Mohanty, J., Law, E.C.N., Hsu, C.Y.S., De Mol, J., Kuczynski, L. (2019). Identifying Positive Adaptive Pathways in Low-Income Families in Singapore: Protocol for Sequential, Longitudinal Mixed-Methods Design. JMIR Research Protocols. Cheang, C. J. Y. & Goh, E.C.L. (2019). Why some children from poor families do well - An in-depth analysis of positive deviance cases in Singapore. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Health & Well-being. Hong, R., & Goh, E.C.L. (2018). Using photo elicitation interviewing to access the subjective well-being of children from poor families within an affluent Asian society: Insights for service delivery. Children and Youth Services Review. Shorey, S., Ang, L. N., Goh, E.C.L., & Lopes, V. (2018). Paternal involvement within six months postpartum: A follow-up qualitative study. Midwifery. Shorey, S., Ang, L., Goh, E.C.L., Gandhi, M. (in press Aug 2018). Factors influencing paternal involvement during early infancy: A prospective longitudinal study. Journal of Advanced Nursing. Ho, L.P. & Goh, E.C.L. (in press). Using identity theory to examine the function of normative identity in living with HIV. Health and Social Work. Goh, E.C.L. & Baruch, H. (in press) Young persons as epistemological agents in social work assessment and intervention. Children and Youth Services Review. Click link for free download. Shorey, S., Ang, L. and Goh, E.C.L. (in press) Lived experiences of Asian fathers during the early postpartum period: Insights from qualitative inquiry. Midwifery Kasmani, S.S., Goh, E.C. L., & Lee, K (First online). "A Multi-Level-Bidirectional Linkage Model in Enhancing Continuity of Psychiatric Care". Health and Social Work. Click link for free download. Ho, L. P. & Goh, E.C.L. (2017). How HIV patients construct liveable identities in a shame based culture? The case of Singapore. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Health & Well-being. 12(1) (online first) Goh, E. C. L. (2017). Agency in vulnerable families: Reply to P.J. Miller. Social Work, 62, 187-190 Goh, E.C.L., Ng, V., Yeoh, B. (2016). The Family Exclusion Order as a harm-minimisation measure for casino gambling: The case of Singapore. International Gambling Studies, 1-18. Goh, E.C.L., Tsang, B., Chokkanathan, S. (2016).Intergenerational Reciprocity Reconsidered: The Honour and Burden of Grandparenting in Urban China, Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific. Issue 39 [PDF]. Goh, E.C.L. (in press). VWO doing ground-up research: A practitioner-initiated-academic-facilitated collaboration model. IPS Exchange Series. Low, Suzanne S. H., and Goh, Esther C. L. (2015). Granny as nanny - Positive outcomes for grandparents providing childcare for dual-income families. Fact or Myth? Journal of Intergenerational Relationships. 13, 302-319. Praimkumar, S., & Goh, E.C.L. (2015). Understanding the impact of the mother-child relationship on sex workers' decision to enter and leave the streets - Lessons for social work practice. Journal of Social Work Practice.30, 43-58 Chong, W. H., Choo, H, Goh, E. C. L., Wee, P., Goh, W., & Chay, O. M. (2015). Preventive child healthcare in Singapore: A parents' well-being perspective. Annals Academy of Medicine, 44, 12, 550-553. Goh, E.C.L. (2015). Vulnerable families as active agents of their own change process. Social Work. 60, 145-154. Wong, H. M., & Goh, E. C. L. (2014). Dynamics of ADHD in familial contexts: Perspectives from children and parents and implications for practitioners. Social Work in Health Care. 53(7), 601-616. Chee, L.P., Goh, E.C.L. & Kucyznksi, L. (2014). "Oversized loads - Children parentification in low-income families and the underlying parent-child dynamics". Families in Society. 95, 204-212. Chan, G. W. L., & Goh, E. C. L. (2014). 'My parents told us that they will always treat my brother differently because he is autistic' - Are siblings of autistic children the forgotten ones? Journal of Social Work Practice. 28, 155-171. Goh, E. C. L., & Kuczynski, L. (2014). 'She is too young for these chores' - Is housework taking a back seat in urban Chinese childhood? Children & Society. 28, 280-291. DOI:10.1111/j.1099-0860.2012.00470.x. Goh, E. C. L. (2013). "You must finish your dinner" Meal time dynamics between grandparents, parents and grandchildren in urban China. British Food Journal, 115(3), 365-376. Goh, E. C. L., & Hsu, C.-Y. S. (2013). Bilateral parent-child interactions in school-age children's tooth-brushing behaviors. Pediatric Dentistry. 35(1), 414-420. Goh, E. C. L. (2012). Integrating mindfulness and reflection in the teaching and learning of listening skills for undergraduate social work students in Singapore. Social Work Education, 31(5), 587-604. Goh, E. C. L., & Goransson, K. (2011). Doing ethnographic research in Chinese families - Reflections on methodological concerns from two Asian cities. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 10(3), 265-281. Goh, E. C. L., & Kuczynski, L. (2010). 'Only children' and their coalition of parents: considering grandparents and parents as joint caregivers in urban Xiamen, China. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 13(4), 221-231. Goh, E. C. L. (2009) 'Grandparents as childcare providers: An in-depth analysis of the case of Xiamen, China', Journal of Aging Studies, 23, 60-68. Goh, E. C. L., & Kuczynski, L. (2009). Agency and power of single children in multi-generational families in urban Xiamen, China. Culture and Psychology, 15(4), 506-534. Goh, E. C. L. (2006) Raising the single child in urban China - An intergenerational joint mission between parents and grandparents, Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4, 7-28. Goh, E. C. L. (2006) Raising the single child in urban China - An intergenerational joint mission between parents and grandparents, Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4, 7-28.
Book Chapters:Goh, E. C. L. & Tan, C (in press). 'The brother I have never known - New immigrants meeting old timer immigrants in Church' in Farhadin edited 'Popular spiritual movement in South East Asia', Singapore, Armour Publishing Goh, E. C. L. & Ow, R. (2011). 'Not so equal childhood', in A. Wee & K. Metha edited 'Social Work in Context', Singapore, Pearsons. Goh, E. C. L. (2002). Integrating Spirituality in Counselling, in Hedges and Edges, Singapore, Care Corner
Book Reviews:Goh, E C L (2009) Listening to children, British Journal of Social Work, Vol 39(2), pp. 386-388. Goh, E C L (2009) Review: Kristin Luker - Salsa dancing into social science. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2008. International Sociology, 24(5), 750-752.
Other publication:Goh, E. C.L. (2010). Using the "Daily Bad Habit Tracking Exercise" to Reduce Barriers to Listening. CDTL Brief, Vol 13 (2), pp. 12-14.
Areas of Research Interest
Current Research Projects
Peer-Reviewed PublicationsLee J. (2020). Pathways from childhood bullying victimization to young adult depressive and anxiety symptoms. Child Psychiatry & Human Development. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10578-020-00997-4
Lee, J., Hong, J. S., Tan, K., Pineros-Leano, M., & Baek, S. E. (2020). Bullying victimization profiles of school-aged adolescents and association with weight statues: A latent class analysis. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Online first published on February 11, 2020 as https://doi.org/10.1177/0886260520905087
Lee, J., Chun, J., Kim, J., & Lee, J. (forthcoming). Cyberbullying victimization and school dropout intention among South Korean adolescents: The moderating role of peer/teacher support. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development. https://doi.org/10.1080/02185385.2020.1774409
Lee, J., Choi, M. J., Thornberg, R., & Hong, J. S. (2020). Exploring sex differences in the association between bullying involvement and alcohol and marijuana use among U.S. adolescents in 6th to 10th grade. Substance Use and Misuse, 55(8), 1203-1213. https://doi.org/10.1080/10826084.2020.1725054
Park, G. W., & Lee, J. (2019). An empirical study on the determinants of South Korean misogyny. Social Science Studies, 27(1), 70-99. http://dx.doi.org/10.17787/jsgiss.2019.27.1.70 [in Korean]
Ai, A. L., & Lee, J. (2018). Understanding the mechanism between perceived discrimination and obesity among Latinas in the United States. Ethnicity & Health. Online first published on October 30, 2018 as https://doi.org/10.1080/13557858.2018.1530737
Lee, J., & Choi, M. J. (2018). Childhood shadows: Psychological distress of childhood maltreatment among Asian-American women. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 27(9), 2954–2965. doi: 10.1007/s10826-018-1114-4
Ai, A. L., & Lee, J. (2018). Childhood abuse, religious involvement, and lifetime substance use disorders among Latina nationwide. Substance Use and Misuse, 53(13), 2099-2111. doi: 10.1080/10826084.2018.1455701
Hong, J. S., Voisin, D. R., & Lee, J. (2018). Urban African-American youth and their caregivers’ perceptions of school safety in Chicago: A social-ecological perspective. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 16(2), 174-189. doi: 10.1177/1541204016680406
Lee, J., Hong, J. S., Resko, S. M., & Tripodi, S. J. (2018). Face-to-face bullying, cyberbullying, and multiple forms of substance use among school-aged adolescents in the U.S. School Mental Health, 10(1), 12-25. doi: 10.1007/s12310-017-9231-6
Ai, A. L., Appel, H. B., & Lee, J. (2018). Acculturation factors related to obesity of Latino American men nationwide. American Journal of Men’s Health, 12(5), 1421-1430. doi: 10.1177/1557988316653182
Groton, D. B., Gromer, J. M., Mennicke, A., Lee, J., Gul, M., Dupree, E., & Munn, J. (2017). “Give us a chance”: Understanding job-seeking among women experiencing homelessness. Journal of Employment Counseling, 54, 115-131. doi: 10.1002/joec.12060
Lee, J., Abell, N., & Holmes, J. L. (2017). Validation of measures of cyberbullying perpetration and victimization in emerging adulthood. Research on Social Work Practice, 27(4), 456-467. doi: 10.1177/1049731515578535
Ai, A. L., Lee, J., Solis, A., & Yap, C. (2016). Childhood abuse, religious involvement, and substance abuse among Latino-American men in the United States. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 23(6), 764-775. doi: 10.1007/s12529-016-9561-z
Onifade, E., Lee, J., Mennicke, A., Holmes, J. L., & Harris, R. M. (2016). Predicting delinquent behaviors for Korean youth using the parent-child relationship and career goal tension. Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, 14, 137-155. doi: 10.1080/15377938.2015.1126698
Hong, J. S., Lee, J., Espelage, D. L., Hunter, S. C., Patton, D. U., & Rivers, Jr., T. (2016). Understanding the correlates of face-to-face and cyberbullying victimization among U.S. adolescents: A social-ecological analysis. Violence & Victims, 31(4), 638-663. doi: 10.1891/0886-6708.VV-D-15-00014
*J.S. Hong and J. Lee contributed equally and are co-first authors.
Lee, J., & Randolph, K. A. (2015). Effects of parental monitoring on aggressive behavior among youth in the United States and South Korea: A cross-national study. Children and Youth Services Review, 55, 1-9. doi: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2015.05.008
Hong, J. S., Lee, C. H., Lee, J., Lee, N. Y., & Garbarino, J. (2014). A review of bullying prevention and intervention in South Korean schools: An application of the social-ecological framework. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 45, 433-442. doi: 10.1007/s10578-013-0413-7
Lee, J., Onifade, E., Ryu, J., Rasul, A., & Maynard, R. Q. (2014). Online activity, alcohol use, and internet delinquency among Korean youth: A multilevel approach. Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, 12, 247-263. doi: 10.1080/15377938.2014.894486
Lee, J., & Thyer, B. A. (2013). Does music therapy improve mental health in adults: A review. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 23, 597-609. doi: 10.1080/10911359.2013.766147
Lee, J., Onifade, E., Teasley, M., & Noel, L. (2012). The effects of risk and protective factors on juvenile delinquency in South Korea. Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, 10, 316-329. doi:10.1080/15377938.2012.732880
Kim, H. S., & Lee, J. (2003). The study on premarital preparation of single men and women. Journal of the Korea Home Economics Association, 41, 1-14. [in Korean]
Lee, J. & Kim, M. J. (2001). A study on the consciousness of inheritance among married people of middle aged and the elderly. Journal of Korean Home Management Association, 19, 151-165. [in Korean]
Peer-Reviewed PublicationsHernandez, M., Barrio, C., Lim, C., & Brekke, J. S. (2017). The relationship between social competence, symptom severity, and employment in schizophrenia. Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Mental Health. doi:10.1007/s40737-017-0088-7 He, A.S., Traube, D. E., Brimhall, K. C., Lim, C., Lecklitner, G., & Olson, A. (2017). Service receipt and mental health disorders in child welfare an mental health systems in Los Angeles County. Psychiatric Services, 68, 776–782. doi:10.1176/appi.ps.201600266 Lim, C., Barrio, C., Hernandez, M., Barragán, A., & Brekke, J.S. (2017). Recovery from schizophrenia in community-based psychosocial rehabilitation settings: Rates and predictors. Research on Social Work Practice, 27, 538–551. doi:10.1177/1049731515588597 Lim, C., Barrio, C., Hernandez, M., Barragán, A., Yamada, A-.M., & Brekke, J.S. (2016). Remission of symptoms in community psychosocial rehabilitation services for individuals with schizophrenia. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 39, 42–46. doi:10.1037/prj0000154 He, A., Lim, C., Lecklitner, G., Olson, A., & Traube, D. E. (2015). Interagency collaboration and identifying mental health needs in child welfare: findings from Los Angeles County. Children and Youth Services Review, 53, 39–43. doi:10.1016/j.childyouth.2015.03.013 Lim, C., Rice, E., & Rhoades, H. (2015) Depressive symptoms and its association with adverse environmental factors and substance use in runaway and homeless youth. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 26, 403–417. doi:10.1111/jora.12200 Lim, C., Sim, K., Renjan, V., Sam, H.F., & Quah, S.L. (2014). A review of adapted cognitive-behavioral therapy for religious individuals with severe mental illness: What is the evidence? Asian Journal of Psychiatry, 9, 3–12. doi 10.1016/j.ajp.2013.12.011 Yamada, A.M., Subica, A.M., Kim, M.A., Nguyen, K.V., Lim, C.S., & Mancuso, L.L. (2014). State of spirituality-infused mental health services in Los Angeles County wellness and client-run centers. Asian Journal of Psychiatry, 9, 3–12. doi 10.1016/j.ajp.2013.12.0Administration Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 41, 835–844. doi 10.1008/s10488-014-0536-6 Lim, C., Subramaniam, M., Poon, L.Y., Chong S.A., & Verma, S. (2010). Cross-ethnic differences in severity of symptomatology of individuals with first-episode schizophrenia spectrum disorder. Early Intervention in Psychiatry, 5, 242–248. doi 10.1111/j.1751-7893.2011.00260 Chia, M.Y., Chan, W.Y., Chua, K.Y., Lee, H., Lee, J., Lee, R., Lim, C., Tay, E., Woon, P.S., Keefe, R.S.E., & Sim, K. (2010). The Schizophrenia Cognition Rating Scale: Validation of an interview-based assessment of cognitive functioning in Asian patients with schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research, 178, 33–38. doi:10.1016/j.psychres.2010.03.020 Lim, C., Chong, S.A., & Keefe, R.S.E. (2009). Psychosocial factors in the neurobiology of schizophrenia: A selective review. ANNALS, 38, 402-407.
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JOURNAL ARTICLESChong, Y.K. & Ng, I.Y.H. (2017). Constructing poverty in anti-welfare Singapore. Social Identities, 23(2): 146-162. Mathews, M. & Ng, I.Y.H. (2016). Coping through reproducing state ideology. Global Social Welfare. Early online view. Ng, I.Y.H. (2015). Being poor in a rich "nanny state": Developments in Singapore social welfare. The Singapore Economic Review, 60(3), 1-17. Li, D. D., Chu, C.M., Goh, J.T.L., Ng, I.Y.H. & Zeng, G. (2015). Impact of childhood maltreatment on recidivism in youth offenders: a matched-control study. Criminal Justice and Behaviour, 42(10): 990-1007. Chua, V. & Ng, I.Y.H. (2015): Unequal returns to social capital: the study of Malays in Singapore through a network lens. Asian Ethnicity, 16(4): 480-497. Ng, I.Y.H. (2015). Welfare Attitudes of Singaporeans - Ambiguity in Shifting Socio-political Dynamics. Social Policy & Administration, 49(7): 946-965. Ng, I.Y.H. (2015). Poverty Attitudes of Singaporeans: a question of class, politics & action? Social Indicators Research. 121(2): 371-385. Ng, I.Y.H. (2013). Education and intergenerational mobility in Singapore. Educational Review. 66(3): 362-376. Ng, I.Y.H., Sarri, R.C. & Stoffregen, E. (2013). Intergenerational incarceration: risk factors and social exclusion. Journal of Poverty. 17(4): 437-459. Ng, I.Y.H. (2013). Social welfare in Singapore: rediscovering poverty, reshaping policy. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development. 23 (1): 35-47. Ng, I.Y.H. (2013). Multi-stressed low-earning families in contemporary policy context: lessons from Work Support recipients in Singapore. Journal of Poverty. 17(1): 86-109. Ng, I.Y.H. (2013). The political economy of intergenerational mobility in Singapore. International Journal of Social Welfare. 22(2): 207-218. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-2397.2012.00887.x. Ng, I.Y.H., Sarri, R.C., Shook, J.S., Stoffregen, E. (2012). Comparison of Correctional Services to Youths Incarcerated in Adult and Juvenile Facilities in Michigan. The Prison Journal. 92(4): 460 - 483. Nursila, S.B.S. & Ng, I.Y.H. (2012). Educational Aspirations of Malay Youths from Low-income Families in Singapore. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development. 22(4):253-265. Ng, I.Y.H. (2012). Parents' psychological self-concepts and children issues in low-income families in Singapore. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development, 22(1): 50-62. Ng, I.Y.H., Ho, K.W., Nesamani, T., Lee, A., & Ngiam, T.L. (2012). Designing and Implementing an Evaluation of a National Work Support Program. Evaluation and Program Planning. 35: 78-87. doi: 10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2011.07.002 Ng, I.Y.H. & Sim, H. (2012). Funding and remuneration in social services: lessons from Singapore. Administration in Social Work. 36 (3): 280-301. doi: 10.1080/03643107.2011.592055 Ng, I.Y.H. & Koh, G. (2012). Chinese Singaporean attitudes towards poverty and inequality: a comparative analysis. International Journal of Social Welfare. 21(2):149-159. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-2397.2011.00785.x. Ng, I.Y.H., Shen, X., Sim, H., Sarri, R.C., Stoffregen, E., & Shook, J. J. (2011). Incarcerating juveniles in adult prisons as a factor of depression. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 21(1): 21-34. doi: 10.1002/cbm.783. Ng, I.Y.H. (2010). Globalized intentions in tension: the case of Singapore [Globalisation and Indigenisation]. International Social Work. 53(5): 671-685. doi: 10.1177/0020872810371202. Ng, I.Y.H. (2010). Where juvenile serious offenders live: a neighbourhood analysis of Wayne County, Michigan. Journal of Criminal Justice, 8(2): 207-215. doi:10.1016/j.jcrimjus.2010.02.002. Ng, I.Y.H., Sim, H. & Tan, R. (2010). The pay challenge: The case of social workers in Singapore. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development. 20(2). Ng, I.Y.H., Shen, X.Y., Ho, K.W. (2009) Intergenerational earnings mobility in Singapore and the United States. Journal of Asian Economics, 20(2), 110-119. doi: 10.1016/j.asieco.2008.09.010. Ng, I. Y. H. (2007). Intergenerational income mobility in Singapore. The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy (Topics), 7(2), 1-33. doi:10.2202/1935-1682.1713. Available at: http://www.bepress.com/bejeap/vol7/iss2/art3 Goodkind, S. Ng, I.Y.H. & Sarri, R. (2006). The impact of sexual abuse in the lives of young women involved or at risk of involvement with the juvenile justice system. Violence against Women. 12, 456-477. doi: 10.1177/1077801206288142
BOOK CHAPTERSNg. I.Y.H. (forthcoming). Effects of education on social inequality and cohesion. In Chan, D. (Ed.). Social Futures of Singapore. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Ng, I.Y.H. (2015). Social class, poverty and family life: Asian Perspectives. In Quah, S .R. (Ed.), Routledge Handbook of Families in Asia. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. Ng, I.Y.H. & Cheong, A. (2015). Educational pathways and youth development. In Youth.sg: The State of Youth in Singapore 2014. Singapore: National Youth Council. Ng, I.Y.H. (2014). The political economy of intergenerational mobility: implications for Singapore's skills strategy. In Johnny Sung (ed). Skills Strategies for an Inclusive Society: the Roles of the State, the Enterprise and the Worker. Singapore: Institute for Adult Learning. Ng, I.Y.H. & Ho, K.W. (2014). Policy Responses in an Unstable Globalized Economy: Multi-Stressed Low-Earning Families in Singapore, in Jean Yeung (ed). Economic Stress and Families in asia: Research and Policy Challenges. Singapore: Springer. Ngiam, T.L. & Ng, I.Y.H. (2011). Contemporary welfare policies and social well-being. In K.K. Mehta & A. Wee (Eds.), Social Work in the Singapore Context (2nd ed.) Singapore: Pearson. Ng, I.Y.H. (2011). Workfare in Singapore. In K.C. Chak & K. Ngok (Eds.), Welfare reform in East Asia: towards workfare? U.K.: Routledge.
BOOKS AUTHOREDNg, I.Y.H. & Ong, Q.Y. (eds) (2016). Working with Low-Income Families in Singapore: Proceedings of Social Service Research Centre (SSR) Conference 2016. http://www.fas.nus.edu.sg/ssr/PDF Format/2016 SSR Conference Proceedings.pdf. Ng, I.Y.H. (with contributions from students in the Social Work Department and National Youth council) (2012). Youth participation and Youth-led programmes in Singapore. YouthScope 2012: A Journal of Youth Research Studies in Singapore. National Youth Council, Singapore. http://www.resourceportal.nyc.sg/nycp/ShowDoc/WLP Repository/nyc/resources_fs/YouthScope_5th issue 2012 Ho, K.C., Ng, I.Y.H., Ho, K.W. & Hamid, N.A. (2011). Youth.sg: The State of Youth in Singapore 2010. Singapore: National Youth Council.
REPORTS PUBLISHEDNg, I.Y.H., Ho, K.W., Mathews, M., Sarjune, I.S., Ting, Y.T. & Kaur, A. (2016). Longitudinal study of families placed on longer term assistance under the Work Support Programme: Sixth Annual Report (January to December 2015). Unpublished report submitted to the Ministry of Ministry of Social and Family Development. Singapore: National University of Singapore. Ng, I.Y.H., Ho, K.W., Mathews, M. & Sarjune, I.S. (2015). Longitudinal study of families placed on longer term assistance under the Work Support Programme: Fifth Annual Report (January to December 2014). Unpublished report submitted to the Ministry of Ministry of Social and Family Development. Singapore: National University of Singapore. Ng, I.Y.H., Ho, K.W., & Mathews, M. (2014). Research Report 2014: Effect of the Work Support Programme on Well-being: Understanding Successes and Failures. Unpublished report submitted to the Ministry of Social and Family Development. Singapore: National University of Singapore. Ng, I.Y.H., Ho, K.W., Mathews, M. & Tharmalingam, N. (2014). Longitudinal study of families placed on longer term assistance under the Work Support Programme: Fourth Annual Report (January to December 2013). Unpublished report submitted to the Ministry of Ministry of Social and Family Development. Singapore: National University of Singapore. Ng, I.Y.H. et al. (2014). Chapter 6: Social Infrastructure Development. In Population Outcomes: Singapore 2050. IPS Exchange Series Number 1: 153-211. Singapore: Institute of Policy Studies, National University of Singapore. http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/ips/news/the-population-outcomes-singapore-2050-project. Ng, I.Y.H., Ho, K.W., Mathews, M. & Tharmalingam, N. (2013). Longitudinal study of families placed on longer term assistance under the Work Support Programme: Third Annual Report (January to December 2012). Unpublished report submitted to the Ministry of Ministry of Social and Family Development. Singapore: National University of Singapore. Ng, I.Y.H., Ho, K.W., Mathews, M. & Tharmalingam, N. (2012). Longitudinal study of families placed on longer term assistance under the Work Support Programme: Research Report 2012 - Economic and Non-economic Well-being of Work Support Self-Reliance Recipients at the Beginning and End of Programme Participation. Unpublished report submitted to the Ministry of Social and Family Development. Singapore: National University of Singapore. Ng, I.Y.H., Lee, A., Ngiam, T. L., Ho, K.W., Tharmalingam, N. (2012). Longitudinal study of families placed on longer term assistance under the Work Support Programme: Second Annual Report: January to December 2011. Unpublished report submitted to the Ministry of Community Development Youth and Sports. Singapore: National University of Singapore. Ng, I.Y.H. & Sim, H. (2011). Funding and remuneration in social services. National University of Singapore. Ng, I.Y.H., Lee, A., Ngiam, T. L., Ho, K.W., Tharmalingam, N. (2011). Longitudinal study of families placed on longer term assistance under the Work Support programme: First Annual Report: June 2009 to December 2010. Unpublished report submitted to the Ministry of Community Development Youth and Sports. Singapore: National University of Singapore. Tan, L. & Ng, I.Y.H. (2010). Proposal for the Chinese Development Assistance Council Project RAISE evaluation. Unpublished report submitted to the Chinese Development Assistance Council. Singapore: National University of Singapore. Sim, H. & Ng, I.Y.H. (2010). Report of SASW survey of social workers. Report submitted to the Singapore Association of Social Workers. Singapore: National University of Singapore. Ng, I.Y.H., Lee, A., Ngiam, T. L., Ho, K.W., Tharmalingam, N. (2010). Longitudinal study of families placed on longer term assistance under the Work Support programme: Phase one report. Unpublished report submitted to the Ministry of Community Development Youth and Sports. Singapore: National University of Singapore. Ng, I.Y.H. & Sim, H. (2009). Report on jobs and wages of social work graduates of 2008/09. Report submitted to the Singapore Association of Social Workers. Singapore: National University of Singapore. Ng, I.Y.H., Tan, R., & Ng, K.H. (2008). Report on survey of social workers in March 2008. Report submitted to the Singapore Association of Social Workers. Singapore: National University of Singapore. Available at: http://www.bing.com/search. Ng, I.Y.H., Lee, A., Ngiam, T.L., Chiam, A.L. (2007, Feb 5). Work Support replication survey: Report of findings. Unpublished report submitted to the Ministry of Community Development Youth and Sports. Singapore: National University of Singapore. Ng, I.Y.H. (2004). Neighbourhood effects on juvenile serious offending in Wayne County, Michigan (Research Report). Ann Arbor, MI: Centre for Political Studies, Institute for Social Research.
COMMENTARIES/LOCAL ARTICLESLim, S.S. & Ng, I.Y.H. (2017, February 7). Guard against gig economy creating permanent underclass. The Straits Times. Ng, I.Y.H. (2014, January 30). Mindsets must change to help the poor... but whose? The Straits Times. Ng, I.Y.H. & Ng, S. (2013). Poverty attitudes of Singaporeans by Income and Social Service Status. http://sgagainstpoverty.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/Poverty-Attitudes-of-Singaporeans-by-Income-and-Social-Status.pdf. Ng, I.Y.H. (2012). Editorial. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development (Special on Social Dimension of Childhood Poverty), 22(1). Ng, I.Y.H., Chan, X.J. & Chay, A. (2012). Jobs and salaries of Social Work Graduates 2009-2011. Social Dimension Online: the Online Blog Magazine for Singapore Social Work. Singapore Association of Social Workers. Available at: http://www.social-dimension.com/2012/02/jobs-and-salaries-of-social-work-honours-graduates-2009-2011.html#more Ng, I.Y.H. (2011, February 15). Singapore's education system: growing worry of social immobility. The Straits Times. Ng, I.Y.H. & Sim, H. (2011). Jobs and salaries of Social Work Honours Graduates 2008-2010. Social Dimension Online: the Online Blog Magazine for Singapore Social Work. Singapore Association of Social Workers. Available at: http://www.social-dimension.com/2011/06/jobs-and-salaries-of-social-work-honours-graduates-2008-2010.html. Ng, I.Y.H. (2010, September 23) Can we fix inequality? Salt: Fostering the non-profit community. Available at: http://www.salt.org.sg/articles_list/detail/4c9aee09-99f4-4291-bfe6-0cc07c3410df. Ng, I.Y.H. (2010) What if social workers are paid more? [Commentary]. Administration in Social Work, 34(4): 351-360. Ng, I. Y. H., & Rothwell, D. (2009). A rising tide lifts no sunken boat. Social Space, 2, 92-98. Available at: http://www.lcsi.smu.edu.sg/downloads/SocialSpace2009-IreneNg DavidRothwell.pdf Ng, I.Y.H., Ho, K.W., & Ho, K.C. (2009) Family environment, class, and youth social participation. YouthSCOPE, 3, 78-90. Ng, I.Y.H. (2006). Intergenerational income mobility of young Singaporeans. YouthSCOPE, 1, 40-57.
Current Research Projects
ARTICLES IN JOURNALHo, R.T.H., Lai A.H.Y., Lo, P.H.Y., Nan, J.K.M., & Pon, A.K.L. (2016). A strength-based arts and play support program for young survivors in post-quake China: Effects on self-efficacy, peer support, and anxiety. Journal of Early Adolescence 1-20, p.1-20. Pon, A.K.L. (2010). My wonderful life: A board game for patients with advanced cancer. Illness, Crisis and Loss 18(2), 147-161. Ho, A. H. Y., Chan C. L. W., Chow, A. M. Y., Pon, A. K. L., & Ng, S. M. (2010). Psychometric properties of the Chinese Version (C-DAP-R) of the Death Attitude Profile Revised. Illness, Crisis & Loss, 18(2), 95-110.
BOOK• Siu, A. & Pon, A.K.L. (eds.) (2017). Play therapy in Asia. Chinese University Press.
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BOOKS/MONOGRAPHS AUTHOREDVasoo, S (1994). Neighbourhood Leaders' Participation in Community Development, Singapore. Times Academic Press. Vasoo, S and Tan Ngoh Tiong eds.(2006). Challlenge of Social Care in Asia. Singapore. Marshall Cavendish.
CHAPTERS IN BOOKSVasoo, S. (2002). New Directions of Community Development in Singapore. In Tan N. T. and K. Mehta, Extending Frontiers: Social Issues and Social Work in Singapore, 20-36. Singapore: Eastern Universities Press. Lee, James and Vasoo, S. (2008). Singapore: Social Investment, the State and Social Security. In James Midgley and Kwong-leung Tang (eds). Social Security, the Economy and Development. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan Press, 269-286. Vasoo, S. (2012). Straddling Teaching and Field Practice: Facing The Challenges in Ebb and Flow: 60 Years of Social Work Education in Singapore (ed). Sudha Nair, Dept of Social Work. National University of Singapore. Vasoo, S (2016). Multi-Racialism in Up Close With Lee Kuan Yew: Insights from Colleagues and Friends. Singapore. Marshall Cavendish. 193-201.
ARTICLES IN JOURNALVasoo, S. and James Lee.(2001). International Journal of Social Welfare ,Special Issue on Developmental Social Welfare. 10(4) OW Rosaleen and Vasoo, S.(2002). Journal of Youth Studies. 5(1) Vasoo, S. and James Lee (2004). Promoting Social Development Through Central Provident and Housing. Social Development Conference. Shandong University. Vasoo, S. and Lee, James. (2006).Promoting Social Development Through Central Provident Fund and Public Housing Schemes in Singapore. Social Development Issues. 28(2). Vasoo, S. and Lee, James. (2006). Promoting Social Development Through Central Provident and Housing. Social Development .Proceedings on Asset Building and Social Development (in Chinese). Shandong University. Wee, XM Elijah and Vasoo, S. (2006) .Enhancing Volunteer Retention in Community Development in Singapore. Social Development Issues 28 (1) Jia, Hong-bo and Vasoo, S. (2012). Examining the Public Housing Program in Singapore from an Asset Building Perspective (in Chinese,) Journal of South East Asian Studies.
BOOKS AUTHORED:Wee, A. (2016). A Tiger Remembers: The Way We Were in Singapore. Singapore: Ridge Books. Ho Chi Tim and Ann Wee (2016). "Singapore Chronicles: Social Services". Singapore: Insitute of Policy Studies and Singapore Press Holdings.
Editorial Work in BookMehta, K., & Wee, A. (Eds.). (2011). Social work in the Singapore context. Singapore: Pearson Custom Pub.
PublicationsXing Hui Charlotte Lim & Peace Y.J. Wong (2018): Interprofessional collaboration between social workers and school counsellors in tackling youth at-risk behaviour, Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development, DOI: 10.1080/02185385.2018.1506357 O’Donoghue, K., Wong, P. Y. J., & Tsui, M. S. (2017). Constructing an evidence-informed social work supervision model. European Journal of Social Work. (Online first). Teh, Y., Munisamy, Y. Peace Y.J. W, Tan, K., Huang, J.R, Au Yong, J. (2015). Singapore social work practice with lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients, International Social Work, 61(4), p.51-65. Peace Y.J. W. & Alexander E.Y. L. (2015). Dual roles of social work supervisors: strain and strengths as managers and clinical supervisors, China Journal of Social Work, 8(2), p.164-181. Wong Y. J. (2014). A grounded understanding of social work supervisors with managerial and clinical roles. PhD in social work thesis, NUS, Singapore. Peace Y.J. Wong & S.M. Lee (2009) Research practice: CHOICE program. A group work intervention with youth and their parents. International Journal of Child Health and Human Development, Vol. 2, Issue 4-Special Issue, p.408-418. Jacqueline Au-Yong & Peace Koh-Wong. (2007). An Exploratory Study on Stress and Coping Strategies Amongst Secondary School Students. YouthScope, Issue 2, 107-116. Singapore: National Youth Council. Wong Yuh Ju (2007). "Identity Crisis" in Apart or A Part: The Social Worker's Journey Multiple Journeys. Singapore: Students Care Service. Jacqueline Au-Yong & Peace Wong Yuh Ju. (2006). An Exploratory Study on Stress and Coping Strategies of Secondary One and Two Students. Singapore: Students Care Service. Wong Yuh Ju. (2004). Risk & Coping: A Follow-up Study on Youths under the Guidance Programme. Thesis for submission for M. Soc. Sc (Social Work). Department of Social Work & Psychology, National University of Singapore. Wong Yuh Ju (2001). "The Social Worker-Teacher Relationship" in Systemic Practice in School Social Work. Singapore: Students Care Service. Koh Esther & Wong Yuh Ju Peace (2000). The Juvenile Shoplifting Phenomenon. Singapore: Students Care Service. Wong Yuh Ju (1996). Understanding Chinese At-risk Boys. Thesis for submission for B. Soc. Sc (Social Work), Department of Social Work & Psychology, National University of Singapore.
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Publications:Jiang, N. (2019). Adult children’s education and later-life health of parents in China: the intergenerational effects of human capital investment. Social Indicators Research. doi: 10.1007/s11205-019-02109-9 Muchomba, F., Jiang, N*., & Kaushal, N. (2019). Culture, Labor Supply, and Fertility of Across Immigrant Generations. Feminist Economics. (*Corresponding author). doi: 10.1080/13545701.2019.1633013 Jiang, N., & Lu, N. (2019). Correlates of mental illness/health categories among older adults in China: a cross-sectional study based on the two continua model. Clinical Gerontologist. 1-10. doi: 10.1080/07317115.2018.1470589. Xu, Y., Jiang, N., Wang, Y., Zhang, Q., Chen, L., & Ma, S. (2018). Pain perception of older adults in nursing home and home care settings: evidence from China. BMC geriatrics, 18(1), 152. doi: 10.1186/s12877-018-0841-0. Lu, N., Peng, C., Jiang, N., & Lou, V. (2018). Cognitive social capital and formal volunteering among older adults in urban China: does gender matter? Journal of Applied Gerontology. doi: 10.1177/0733464818765279. Jiang, N., & Lou, V. W., & Lu, N. (2018). Does social capital influence aging in place preference: evidence from Urban China. Aging and Mental Health, 1-7. doi: 10.1080/13607863.2016.1249455. Lu, N., Jiang, N., Lou, V., Zeng, Y., & Liu, M. (2018). Does gender moderate the relationship between social capital and life satisfaction? evidence from urban China. Research on Aging. doi: 10.1177/0164027517739032. Wong, G., Ng, C., Lai, C., Lee, M., Lum, T., Jiang, N., Shie, H., Wu, J., & Dai, D. (2014). Development of six arts, a culturally appropriate multimodal nonpharmacological intervention in Dementia. The Gerontologist, 55(5), 865-874. doi: 10.1093/geront/gnu102.
Select Publications:Karen Teshuva, Allan Borowski and Yvonne Wells. “Holocaust Survivors’ Perspectives on Using Community Aged Care and Support Services”. Ageing & Society (in press). Yu-Cheung Wong and Allan Borowski. “The Politics of Ageing under a Hybrid Regime: The Case of Democratization in Hong Kong.” Journal of Aging and Social Policy (in press). Allan Borowski and Eric Kingson. 2019. “The Role of Social Insurance in Alleviating Poverty: Australian Prospects”. In Peter Saunders (Ed.) Revisiting Henderson: Poverty, Social Security and Basic Income. Melbourne University Press, pp. 330-349. Karen Teshuva, Allan Borowski and Yvonne Wells. 2017. “The Lived Experience of Providing Care and Support Services for Holocaust Survivors in Australia.” Qualitative Health Research. Vol 27, No 7, pp. 1104-1114. Allan Borowski. 2016. National Report of the Committee for the Evaluation of Israel’s Social Work and Human Services Programs. Jerusalem: Committee Chair’s Report to the Quality Assurance Division, Israel Council for Higher Education, Jerusalem. (Unpublished) Allan Borowski. 2015. “Occasional Address: Setting Out on Successful, Meaningful Professional Journeys.” National Bulletin of the Australian Association of Social Workers, Vol 25, No 4 (Summer), pp. 44-45. (Not peer-reviewed.) Allan Borowski. 2015. “Israel’s Long-Term Care Insurance Law after a Quarter of a Century.” Journal of Aging and Social Policy. Vol 27, No 3, pp. 195-214. Rosemary Sheehan and Allan Borowski. 2014. “Australia’s Children’s Courts: An Assessment of the Status of and Challenges before the Child Welfare Jurisdiction in Victoria.” Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, Vol 36, No 2, pp. 95-110. Uri Yanay and Allan Borowski. 2013. “From a Court Orientation to a Victim Orientation. The Paradigm Shift in Israel’s Juvenile Probation Service.” European Journal of Criminology, Vol 10, No 6, pp. 675-689. Allan Borowski. 2013. “Risky by Design: The Mandatory Private Pillar of Australia’s Retirement Income System.” Social Policy and Administration, Vol 47, No 6 (December), pp. 749-764 Allan Borowski and Rosemary Sheehan. 2013. “Magistrates’ Perspectives on the Criminal Division of the Children’s Court of Victoria.” Australian Social Work, Vol 66, No 3 (September), pp. 375-390. Allan Borowski. 2013. “Whither Australia’s Children’s Courts? Findings of a National Assessment.” Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, Vol 46, No 2, pp. 268-288. Rosemary Sheehan and Allan Borowski (Eds.) 2013. Australia’s Children’s Courts Today and Tomorrow. New York: Springer Publishers. Allan Borowski. 2013. “A National Portrait of Australia’s Children’s Courts.” Pp. 165-185 in Rosemary Sheehan and Allan Borowski (Eds.) Australia’s Children’s Courts Today and Tomorrow. New York: Springer Publishers. Allan Borowski and Rosemary Sheehan. 2013. Pp. 123-142 in “The Children’s Court of Victoria.” In Rosemary Sheehan and Allan Borowski (Eds.) Australia’s Children’s Courts Today and Tomorrow. New York: Springer Publishers. Allan Borowski. 2012. “Anticipating Modernity: The Jewish ‘Welfare State’ in Biblical and Medieval Times.” Australian Journal of Social Issues, Vol 47, No 3, pp. 353-372. Allan Borowski. 2011. “In Courtroom 7--The Children’s Koori Court at Work: Findings from an Evaluation.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, Vol 55, No 7 (October), pp. 1110-1134. Karin Amit, Allan Borowski and Sergio Della Pergola. 2010. “Demography--Trends and Composition.” Pp. 15-45 in Andrew Markus and Moshe Semyonov (eds.) Immigration and Nation Building: Australia and Israel Compared. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Allan Borowski. 2010. “Indigenous Participation in Sentencing Young Offenders.” Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, Vol 43, No 3, pp. 465-484. Allan Borowski. 2010. “Raising the Age Pension Eligibility Age and its (Dis)Contents,” Australasian Journal on Ageing, Vol 29, No. 3, pp 100-102. Allan Borowski. 2009. “The Certainty of Uncertainty: Superannuation and Globalization.” Health Sociology Review (Special Edition on Ageing, Anti-Ageing and Globalization), Vol 18, No 4 (December), pp. 364-378. Allan Borowski, Robert Hudson and John McCormack. 2008. “Elder Participation and Senior Power in Australian Electoral Politics.” Journal of Aging and Social Policy. Vol 20, No 4. pp. 458-473. Allan Borowski. 2008. “Back at the Crossroads: The Slippery Fish of Australian Retirement Income Policy.” Australian Journal of Social Issues, Vol 43, No 2 (Winter), pp. 311-334. Allan Borowski. 2007. “Guest Editorial: On Human Dignity and Social Work.” International Social Work, Vol 50, No. 6, pp. 1-4. ( Allan Borowski and Peter MacDonald. 2007. “The Dimensions and Implications of Australian Population Ageing”. Pp. 15-39 in Allan Borowski, Sol Encel and Elizabeth Ozanne, Eds., Longevity: and Social Change in Australia Sydney: UNSW Press. Allan Borowski and Diana Olsberg. 2007. “Retirement Income Policy for a Long-Lived Society”. Pp. 189-218 in Allan Borowski, Sol Encel and Elizabeth Ozanne, Eds., Longevity: and Social Change in Australia Sydney: UNSW Press. Allan Borowski, Sol Encel and Elizabeth Ozanne, Eds. 2007. Longevity: and Social Change in Australia Sydney: UNSW Press. Published in the United States by the University of Washington Press. [Recipient of Australasian Journal of Ageing’s 2007 Best Book of the Year Award. Reviewed in The Australasian Journal of Ageing, Vol 27, No 1, p. 51 and The Gerontologist, Vol 47, No 6, 2007, pp. 854-858] Allan Borowski and Mimi Ajzenstadt. 2007. “Achieving Justice for Children” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, Vol 51 (April), pp. 191-211 James H Schulz and Allan Borowski. 2006. “Economic Security in Retirement: Reshaping the Public-Private Pension Mix” In Robert H Binstock and Linda K George, eds. The Handbook of Aging and the Social Sciences. New York: Academic Press, 6th edn, pp. 360-379. Allan Borowski. 2005. “The Revolution that Faltered: Two Decades of Reform of Australia’s Retirement Income System.” International Social Security Review, Vol 58, No 4 (October), pp. 45-65. Mimi Ajzenstadt and Allan Borowski. 2005 "Setting Things Straight: Probation Officers' Perspectives on the Impacts of the Introduction of Public Defenders on the Juvenile Court in Israel." Qualitative Social Work: Research and Practice, Vol 4, No 1, pp. 33-50. Allan Borowski and Mimi Ajzenstadt. 2005. "A Solution without a Problem: Judges' Perspectives on the Impacts of the Introduction of Public Defenders on the Juvenile Court in Israel." The British Journal of Criminology, Vol 45, No 2 (March), pp. 183-200. Hillel Schmid and Allan Borowski. 2004. “Selected Issues in the Delivery of Home Care Services to the Elderly a Decade After Implementing Israel’s Long-Term Care Insurance Law.” Social Security (Special English Edition), pp. 87-114. Allan Borowski. 2004. Book review of Advancing Ageing Policy as the 21st Century Begins edited by Francis G Caro, Robert Morris and Jill R Norton. In International Psychogeriatrics, Vol 16, No 3, pp. 375-377. Allan Borowski. 2004. Book review of Racism: A Short History by George M Fredrickson. In Australian Social Work, Vol 57, No 2 (June), Pages 199-201. Allan Borowski. 2003. "The Danger of Strong Causal Reasoning in Juvenile Justice Policy and Practice." Australian Social Work, Vol 56, No 4, pp. 340-351. Allan Borowski. 2002. Review essay of Sticking Together: The Israeli Experiment in Pluralism by Yaakov Kop and Robert E Litan. In International Migration Review, Vol 36, No 3 (Fall), pp. 935-938. Allan Borowski. 2001. Book review of Ageing, Social Security and Affordability edited by Theodore R Marmor and Philip R De Jong. In The Australasian Journal on Ageing, Vol 20, No 2, p. 106. Allan Borowski and Hillel Schmid. 2001. “Israel’s Long-Term Care Insurance Law after a Decade of Implementation.” Journal of Aging and Social Policy, Vol 12, No 1, pp. 49-71. Allan Borowski. 2000. “Creating a Virtuous Society: Immigration and Australia’s Policies of Multiculturalism.” Journal of Social Policy, Vol 29, Part 3 (July), pp. 459-475. Uri Yanay and Allan Borowski. 2000. “Foreign Workers in Israel: Their Eligibility for and Access to Social Services.” Social Security, Vol 6 (Special English Edition), pp. 180-205.
Books:Solomon, Z. (1993). Combat Stress Reaction: The Enduring Toll of War. New York: Plenum Press. 248p. Solomon, Z. (1995). Coping with War-Induced Stress: The Gulf War and the Israeli Response. New York: Plenum Press. 254p. Marker, A., Schuntzwohl, M., & Solomon, Z. (1999). Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Lifespan Developmental Perspective. Bern: Hogrefe & Huber Publishers. 264p. בלייך, א., וסולומון, ז. (עורכים). (2002). נכות נפשית: היבטים רפואיים, חברתיים ושיקומיים. הוצאת משרד הביטחון. זליגמן, צ., וסולומון, ז. (עורכות). (2004). הסוד ושברו: סוגיות בגילוי עריות. הוצאת הקיבוץ המאוחד. סולומון, ז., צ'ייטין, ג. (עורכות). (2007). ילדות בצל השואה. הוצאת הקיבוץ המאוחד.
Articles:Solomon, Z., Shklar, R., & Mikulincer, M. (2005). Front line treatment of combat stress reaction: A 20 year longitudinal evaluation. American Journal of Psychiatry, 162, 2309-2314. Solomon, Z., Rami, S., & Mikulincer, M. (2005). Frontline treatment of combat stress reaction: A 20-year longitudinal evaluation study. American Journal of Psychiatry, 162, 2309–2314. Solomon, Z., & Mikulincer, M. (2006). Trajectories of PTSD: A 20-Year longitudinal study. American Journal of Psychiatry, 163, 659-666. Solomon, Z., & Mikulincer, M. (2007). Posttraumatic intrusion, avoidance, and social functioning: A 20-year longitudinal study. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 75, 316-324. Solomon, Z., Dekel, R., & Mikulincer, M. (2008). Complex trauma of war captivity: A prospective study of attachment and PTSD. Psychological Medicine, 38, 1427-1434. Solomon, Z., Dekel, R., & Zerach, G. (2008). The relationships between posttraumatic stress disorder symptom clusters and marital intimacy among war veterans. Journal of Family Psychology, 22, 659-666. Levine, S. Z., Laufer, A., Stein, E., Hamama-Raz, Y., & Solomon, Z. (2008). Posttraumatic growth in adolescence: Examining its components and relationship with PTSD. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 21, 492-497. Solomon, Z., Horesh, D., Ein-Dor, T., & Ohry, A. (2012). Predictors of PTSD trajectories following captivity: A 35-year longitudinal study. Psychiatry Research, 199, 188-194. Solomon, Z., Greene, T., Ein-Dor, T., Zerach, G., Benyamini, Y., & Ohry, A. (2014). The long-term implications of war captivity for mortality and health. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 37, 849-859. סולומון, ז., בן סימון, מ., שרון, ד. (2015). בגידה ונבגדות בחוויית פדויי שבי בישראל. עיונים בתקומת ישראל. 25 Zerach, G., Kanat-Maymon, Y., Aloni, R., & Solomon, Z. (2016). The role of fathers’ psychopathology in The Intergenerational Transmission of Captivity Trauma: A Twenty Three-Year Longitudinal Study. Journal of Affective Disorders, 190, 84-92.
Research:Lars Uggerhøjs’ research focuses on the meeting between service users and social workers/systems and is primarily based on service user experience and the challenges, barriers and possibilities in involving service users in social work – with a specific interest in powerrelations and actor perspectives. His research approach is Practice Research and he has since 2008 published several articles and book chapters about this issue – as well as trying out different practice research approaches and projects. He has been one of the principal organizers of the four international conferences in Practice Research and a pivotal person in the international development and definition of Practice Research.
Teaching:Lars Uggerhøj has been teaching all through his professional carrier - as a presenter and keynote speaker at numerous national and international conferences, as a consultant in social work practices and as a lecturer at bachelor, master and doctoral level. Main topics have focused on his research topic and his practice research approach, but also social work perspectives, theories and methods.
Coordination and Management:Lars Uggerhøj has headed the Danish MSc in Social Science in Social Work for nine years. He has for 6 years been the Danish coordinator of the international Erasmus mundus programme ‘Master in Advanced Development in Social Work’ – a collaboration between UK, France, Portugal, Poland and Denmark – and he is now the head coordinator of the programme. He is the Danish coordinator of the ‘Nordic master in Social Work and welfare’ – another international master programme in social work, including partners in Norway, Sweden and Denmark. He is heading the ‘Practice Research and Service User Perspectives’ research network at Aalborg university, and has until recently coordinated the Nordic ‘Knowledge production in Social Work’ research network and the ‘Nordic/Baltic Doctoral Network in Social Work’ offering international doctoral courses. He is convenor of ‘The Special Interest Group in Practice Research’ in the European Social Work Research Association and coordinator of the Nordic FORSA (Research in Social Work) network on Practice Research. Lars Uggerhøj has been heading or been member of several committees and boards nationally and internationally over the years.
Publications:Lars Uggerhøj has published widely nationally and internationally on general social work issues, but specifically on the topics ‘Service User Involvement and experience’ and ‘Practice Research in Social Work’.
Selected publication from the last five years:Matthies, Aila-Leena and Uggerhøj, Lars (eds.) 2014 Participation, Marginalization and Welfare Services - Concepts, Politics and Practices Across European Countries, Ashgate, London Uggerhøj, Lars (2014) The Powerful Meeting between Social Workers and Service Users: Needs, Barriers and Possibilities in Participation Processes in Agency Settings in Matthies, Aila-Leena and Uggerhøj, Lars (2014) Participation or Marginalization: How Different Perspectives Lead Towards a Democratic Direction in Matthies, Aila-Leena and Uggerhøj, Lars (eds.) 2014 Participation, Marginalization and Welfare Services - Concepts, Politics and Practices Across European Countries, Ashgate, London Uggerhøj, Lars (2014) Learning from each other - Collaboration Processes in Practice Research, Nordic Social Work Research, Vol. 4, Supplement 1, 2014, p.44-57 Austin, M., Fisher, M. and Uggerhøj, L. (2014) The Helsinki Statement, Nordic Social Work Research, Vol. 4, Supplement 1, 2014, p.7-13 Austin, M. Epstein, Fisher, M., Julkunen, I., Sim, T. and Uggerhøj, L.(2015) The New York Statement on the Evolving Definition of Practice Research Designed for Continuing Dialogue: A Bulletin From the 3rd International Conference on Practice Research 2014, Journal of Research on Social Work Practice, Volume 25, p.711-714. Julkunen, I and Uggerhøj, L. (2016) Negotiating Practice research, Journal of Teaching in Social Work Special Issue: Teaching Practice Research Volume 36, Issue 1, p. 6-10 Uggerhøj, L. (2016) ‘Theorizing Practice Research in Social Work’ in Shaw, I. Hardy, M. and Marsh, J. Social Work Research , volume three: The Practice of Social Work Research. London: Sage Publishing Austin, M., Fisher, M. Julkunen, I., Sim, T., Isokuortti, N. and Uggerhøj, L. (2016), Practice Research, Oxford Bibliographies Uggerhøj, L. (2016), Viden i Praksis (Knowledge in practice), Vera –Tidsskrift for pædagoger Volume 77, December 2016 Uggerhøj, L. (2017) ‘Possibilities and Barriers in Practice Research Approaches’ in Støkken A.M. and Willumsen, E. (eds) Brukerstemmer, Praksisforskning og Innovasjon (Uservoices, practice Research and innovation). Kristiansand: Portal Forlag AS Andersen, M.L., Henriksen, K., Mejlvig, K. and Uggerhøj, L (2017). Driving forces in practice research in Høgsbro, K and Shaw, I. (eds.) Social Work and Research in Advanced Welfare States. London: Routledge Sim, T. et al. (2018) ’The Hong Kong Statement on Practice Research 2017 – Contexts and Challenges of the Far East. Research on Social Work Practice, June 2018 Uggerhøj, L. Henriksen, K, and Andersen, M.L. (2018) ‘Participatory practice research and action research – birds of a feather?’ China Journal of Social Work, Volume 11, 2018 - Issue 2: Special Issue: Practice Research in Chinese Societies Rasell, M., Join-Lambert, H., Naumiuk, A., Pinto, C., Uggerhøj, L. & Walker, J. (2019) Diversity, dialogue, and identity in designing globally relevant social work education, Social Work Education, April 2019