|Jackson, S., & Ho, P. S. Y. (accepted). A tale of two societies: The doing of qualitative comparative research in Hong Kong and Britain. Methodological Innovations. (2014 impact factor -, 5-year impact factor -; No. of times cited -; Contribution 50%)|
|Ho, P. S. Y., & Hu, Y.* (2016). Pray the gay away: Identity conflict between Christianity and sexuality in Hong Kong sexual minorities. Gender, Place, and Culture, 23(12), 1725-1737. (2014 impact factor: 1.183, 5-year impact factor 1.768; Contribution 60%) Ranked 2nd among 116 journals in Gender Studies; 6th among 75 journals in Demography; 6th among 689 journals in Cultural Studies (SJR2014)|
|Huang, P.*, & Ho, P. S. Y. (2016). ‘Vietnamese Brides’: Practices of Maternal Citizenship at the China-Vietnam Border. Asian Women, 32(1), 77-110. (2014 impact factor 1.848, 5-year impact factor 0.833; No. of times cited -; Contribution 50%)Ranked 5thamong 41 journals in Women’s Studies (JCR2014)|
|Zheng, J.*, & Ho, P. S. Y. (2016). Contextualizing transformed intergenerational relationship in China: Using adult daughters' partner selection as an example. Families, Relationships and Societies.
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1332/204674316X14552878034749. (2014 impact factor: **; No. of times cited -; Contribution 50%) ** The journal has been accepted by the Social Science Citation Index in 2015, first impact factor due in 2016.
|Zhong, X.* & Ho, P. S. Y. (2014) Negotiable intimacy: Expectations of family relationship and filial piety among only-child parents. Open Times (in Chinese), 1, 155-175. (2014 Chinese Academic Journal impact factor 2.630; 5 year impact factor: 1.693; No. of times cited 2; Contribution 50%)
Ranked 2ndamong 39 journals in the Annual Report for Chinese Academic Journal Impact Factors (Social Science) 2014
Reprinted in Family and Gender Review (V.6) Social Sciences Academic Press
|Jackson, S., Ho, P. S. Y., & Na, J. N. (2013). Reshaping tradition? Women negotiating the boundaries of tradition and modernity in Hong Kong and British families. The Sociological Review, 61, 667-687. (2014 impact factor 0.875, 5-year impact factor 1.199; No. of times cited 14; Contribution 40%)
Ranked 162nd among 928 journals in Sociology and Political Science (SJR2014)