Dr Lam, Wai Man 林蔚文
Honorary Assistant Professor: Dr. Lam obtained her Bachelor degree (Social Work) from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and M.A. (Social and Political Thought) from the University of Sussex. After attaining a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Hong Kong, she had taught at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the University of Macau before joining this department. Based on her Ph.D. dissertation, awarded the Best Ph.D. Dissertation for 2001/02 by the Hong Kong Political Science Association, Dr. Lam published the first book in her career,Understanding the Political Culture of Hong Kong: The Paradox of Activism and Depoliticization(N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe) in 2004. Her current research interests include identity politics, political culture and political participation, democratization and social movements, civil society, civic engagement, and state-society relations.
|Awardees||Award Date||Honours / Awards / Prizes||Category|
|2011-08-01||GRF Incentive Award 2011-2012. Award amount: HK$21,000.: HKU||Research Achievement|
|2013-07-01||GRF 2013-14 (CO-I). E-Participation in Hong Kong: The Internet and the Transformation of Public Governance. Award amount: HK$473,000.: GRF||Research Achievement|
|2012-06-01||GRF 2012-13 (PI). Political Values, Economic Evaluation and Regime Performance in Hong Kong (HKU746812H). Award amount: HK$732,292.: GRF||Research Achievement|
|2011-12-01||Academia Sinica, Taiwan 2012 (PI). Asian Barometer Project - Hong Kong Survey (III). TWD1,244,025.: Academia Sinica, Taiwan||Research Achievement|
|2003-05-01||Rediscovering Politics in Hong Kong (1949-1979): The Paradox of Political Indifference, PhD. thesis, University of Hong Kong: Hong Kong Political Science Association||Research Achievement|
|2012-03-01||2012. (CO-I). Political Attitude of Hong Kong People and Governance of Hong Kong. Awarded by South China Program, CUHK. Award amount: HK$68,000.: South China Program, CUHK||Research Achievement|
|2012-02-01||Research Output Prize 2012. Faculty of Social Sciences, HKU (Promoting Hybridity: The Politics of the New Macau Identity). Award amount: HK$120,000.: HKU||Research Achievement|
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