Jackson edited

Lecturer

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Academic Background

PhD Sociology, The University of Hong Kong

MPhil Sociology, National Tsing Hua University

BA Sociology and LLB, Tunghai University

Research Interest

  • Public Spheres
  • Social Movement
  • Methodology
  • Taiwan-Hong Kong Relations
  • Public Opinion Studies

Current Research

  • China Factors in Hong Kong
  • Hong Kong-Taiwan Relations and Comparative Studies
  • Hong Kong Politics and Society

Courses Offered

CHES5124 Housing and Urban Governance in Contemporary China

Selected Publications

2017    “The China Factors in Hong Kong’s Anti-National Education Protest: Local collaborators and Impacts”. Wu Jieh-min, Tsai Hung-jeng and Cheng Tsu-bang (eds.). The Anaconda in the Chandelier. Taipei: Rive Gauche, pp. 189-215.
2014          Hung, Eva P. W. and Jackson K. H. Yeh. “Associations and the Development of Civil Society in Macao,” in Fanny M. Cheung et al. (eds.). Constructing the Future of Macao. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, pp. 45-60.
2013 Wong, Kevin T. W. and Jackson K. H. Yeh. “Perceived Income Inequality and Its Political Consequences in Hong Kong and Taiwan from 2003 to 2009,” in Wen-shan Yang and Po-san Wan (eds.) Facing Challenges: A Comparison of Hong Kong and Taiwan. Taipei: Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica, pp. 237-266.
2013 Yeh, Jackson K. H. (principal author) in Wong Wai-kwok and Law Kam-yee (eds.). 66 Keywords of Taiwan Society. Hong Kong: Infolink.
2011 Wong, Timothy K. Y., Po-san Wan and Jackson K. H. Yeh. “Between Liberal and Substantive Democracy: The Conceptions of Democracy of Hong Kong People and Their Determinants,” in Michael Hsin-Huang Hsiao, Po-san Wan and Timothy K. Y. Wong (eds.) Interpreting the Social Ethos of Taiwan and Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, pp.213-235.