Genderism is a cultural belief that perpetuates negative attitudes to transgender people who do not present as men or women according to traditional definitions of gender roles.Those who have this belief may perceive transgender individuals as pathological, which may induce psychological shame, and mental health risks on transgender people.The aim of this chapter is to explain and explore the significance of student political participation in Hong Kong’s history since the 1960s.
Perceived Family Quality of Life, School Competence, and Academic Adjustment Among Early Adolescents in Hong Kong Ch 6.Subjective Well-Being of Early Adolescents in Hong Kong Ch 7.Issues and research gap: Scholars in sexuality and gender studies in Hong Kong suggest that mental health professionals, including social workers have loud "voices for social conservatism" on gender and sexuality issues.It is important to enhance social workers' competence to work with people from transgender communities through specific learning strategies.Development of Delinquent Behavior in Early Adolescents in Hong Kong Ch 8.
Substance Abuse in Junior Secondary School Students in Hong Kong Ch 9. The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Department of Applied Social Sciences6. The Hong Kong Polytechnic University The delinquent behavior of early adolescents in Hong Kong was examined.
hl=zh-TW&lr=&id=DCZRBAAAQBAJ&oi=fnd&pg=PR5&ots=u2s XBCy1x Q&sig=MR3VVLD62o-B6X_Hj Vy Wo57M9zc&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q&f=false Daniel T. Generally speaking, higher levels of positive youth development and family functioning predicted lower delinquency in the junior secondary school years.
ICER 2014 & APEC-Khon Kaen International Symposium 2014 (The 7th International Conference on Educational Research: Challenging education for future change & APEC–Khon Kaen International Symposium: Emergency Preparedness Education: Learning from experience, science of disasters, and preparing for the future)International Association for the Improvement of Mother Tongue Education (IAIMTE) International Conference: When East Meets West: The teaching and learning of reading and writing in the multilingual and multicultural context Background: Kwaa-sing-bit is a Chinese word that can be loosely translated to mean a transgender or gender variant individual.
Very limited research has been conducted to examine the training experiences of social workers on transgender issues in both international and local context.
Methodology and preliminary results: This presentation will focus on our understandings of Hong Kong social work students' learning experience on transgender issues.
In this chapter I discuss students' political participation at crucial and important moments in Hong Kong's modern history, where it was most prominent and effectual, drawing public and governmental attention.