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The 17 from Kowlon: Perceptions of crime and police in Hong Kong
Annual Qualitative Analysis Conference
Adorjan, MC; Lee, MSY201385
Accomplishing Feminity Among the Girls in the Gang: The Paradoxes of Social Control
Annual Conference of The Society for The Study of Social Problems, San Francisco, California, August
Laidler, KA; Hunt, G1998116
The alchemical wedding of Michael Winn: an American Daoist Master gets married atop a sacred Chinese mountain
American Academy of Religion (AAR) Annual Meeting 2013
Siegler, ET; Palmer, DA201323
Alcohol and Masculinity: The Case of Gangs
Annual Epidemiology Symposium
Laidler, KA; Hung, G; MacKenzie, K2002103
Alcohol and Violence in the Public and Private Lives of Female Gang Members
Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Scientic Meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism, Santa Barbara, California
Laidler, KA1998130
Art worlds in transitional societies: An actor-network theory (ANT) perspective on art and social change in China
Forum of the International Sociological Association (ISA)
The International Sociological Association (ISA).
Tang, L2012117
The "bad" and the "sick": medicalizing deviance in China
International Conference on Disease and Crime: Social Pathologies and the New Politics of Health
The Conference.
Bakken, B2011327
The Bahá’í Community as a Global Civil Society Organization: Dynamics of Grassroots Action and International Coordination
Conference on Religion in Global Civil Society 2013
Palmer, DA201360
The Bahá’í encounter with Western esotericism in the early 20th Century
Invisible Connections: Syncretism and Esotericism between Asia and the West in the Modern Era Conference 2013
Palmer, DA201351
'Bodies that Travel: Citizenship Formation of ‘Money Boys’ in Urban ChinaKong, TSK2009135
The Body at the Junction of Religion and Scientism: Modernisation of Meditative Traditions in Contemporary China
Chinese Cross Currents
Macau Ricci Institute. The Journal's web site is located at
Palmer, DA200368
Bureaucratic Justice: The Imprisonment of Mainland Chinese Women Working in the Sex Industry
Roundtable Sponsored by the Centre for Comparative Law and Centre for Criminology
Laidler, KA; Emerton, RG; Petersen, CJ2006168
The business of ayurveda in the global world today: selling feminismKuah-Pearce, KE; Islam, MN2009179
Can religion contribute to civil society in China?
Religion and Power: Political, Legal and Economic Perspectives Joint Conference 2014
Palmer, DA201429
Capital punishment in Asia, lessons from the People’s Republic of China
2nd ACS Annual International Conference 2010
Bakken, B2010114
Carving a niche in Buddhist Philanthropy: Chinese women and transnational religious volunteerism
Joint AAS-ICAS International Conference 2011
AAS-ICAS Joint Conference
Kuah-Pearce, KE2011214
The Changing Roles of Women Officers in Public Order Policing in Hong Kong
The 7th Annual Meeting of Asian Association of Police Studies
Asian Association of Police Studies.
Ho, KK; Chu, YK2006182
Charity and Pilgrimages as Transnational Social and Religious Capitals
International Conference on Transnational Religions: Intersections of the 'Global' and 'Local', National University of Singapore, Asia Research Institute, July 19-20
Kuah-Pearce, KE2004145
Cheap Labour Reserves & the Growth of Cities: Undocumented Indonesian Workers in Macau
Proceedings: International Workshop on Gender, Migrant Workers and Citizenship in Greater Mekong Subregion: Economic and Political Perspectives for a World in Crisis
University of Leeds.
Sim, ASC; Wee, V2009159
Children raping children: Contesting the innocence frame in Hong Kong
Annual Conference of the Hong Kong Sociological Association (HKSA)
The Hong Kong Sociological Association (HKSA).
Adorjan, MC; Chui, WH2011173
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