HONG KONG YOUTH RESOURCES
The site is the result of the work of Alice Y.L. Lee, Ph.D. and the support of the Faculty Research Grant Committee of the Hong Kong Baptist University, which is a bibliography of communication research in Hong Kong from 1991-1998 (See appendix). In this bibliography, a section about Youth and Mass Media comprise the informational foundation of this topical research. It offers a list of publications, including the author, title, publisher and page, date, and location of the publication. The authors include individual scholars as well as youth organizations. The topics represent a broad range of youth-related issues, and are published by a variety of organizations. By utilizing these resources, one can gain an understanding of issues faced by the youth population of Hong Kong.
This Hong Kong organization, Breakthrough, has great research resources on their website. Besides the valuable results of their surveys on different youth issues which are related to this research, Breakthrough also provides many survey questions suitable for this research. The results of their surveys offer guidelines regarding the interpretation of collected data.
Another useful organization is Mediadigest
, a program from the official radio station of Hong Kong. Its website contains valuable information about media education.
Granberg, Krystin. (1996) Balancing Act: Growing up in China and Hong Kong, for Youth, with leader's guide. Friendship Press, 48pp.
Lee, Francis Wing-lin, ed. (2005) Working with Youth-at-risk in Hong Kong. Hong Kong University Press, 180pp.
Chung Chris Chan cCYS