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Chen MT3

Title:
Research Assistant Professor


Qualifications:

PhD (HKU)

MPhil (HKU)

LLB (NKU)

 

Email:

jenna.mt.chen@polyu.edu.hk

 

Phone:

2766 5750

 

Office:

HJ427

 

Specialism:

Migration

Family structure

Child victimization

ICT-based research

 

My URLs:

ORCID

 

 

Research Interests

Family structure

Internal migration

Interpersonal violence

Parenting and grandparenting

 

 
Selected Publications

Refereed Journal Articles (*corresponding author)

Chen, M. & Chan, K. L. (in press). Elder abuse and neglect in China: Prevalence, co-occurrence, and intergenerational risk factors. Journal of Interpersonal Violence (SSCI, Q1; IF = 3.573; 4/47 in Family Studies, 4/69 of Criminology & Penology.)

 

Chen, M.*, & Chan, K. L. (2020). Effectiveness of digital health interventions on unintentional injury, violence, and suicide: Meta-analysis. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse. doi.:10.1177/1524838020967346 (SSCI, Q1; IF = 6.325; 1/44 in Social Work, 1/47 in Family Studies, 2/69 of Criminology & Penology)

 

Chen, M., Sun, X., Chen, Q., & Chan, K. L. (2020). Parental migration, children’s safety and psychological adjustment in rural China: A meta-analysis. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 21, 113-122. (SSCI, Q1; IF = 6.325; 1/44 in Social Work, 1/47 in Family Studies, 2/69 of Criminology & Penology)

 

Chen, M., Cheung, A. S. Y., & Chan, K. L. (2019). Doxing: What adolescents look for and their intentions. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16, 218. (SCIE, Q2; IF = 2.849; 58/193 in Public, Environmental & Occupational Health)

 

Chen, M., & Chan, K. L. (2019). Characteristics of intimate partner violence in China: Gender symmetry, mutuality, and associated factors. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. (SSCI, Q1; IF = 3.573; 4/47 in Family Studies, 4/69 of Criminology & Penology).

 

Chan, K. L., Chen, M.*, Lo, C. K. M., Chen, Q., Kelly, S., & Ip, P. (2019). The effectiveness of interventions for grandparents raising grandchildren: A meta-analysis. Research on Social Work Practice, 29(6), 607-617. doi: 10.1177/1049731518798470 (SSCI, Q2; IF = 1.188; 22/44 in Social Work)

 

Chan, K. L., Chen, M., Chen, Q., & Ip, P. (2017). Can family structure and social support reduce the impact of child victimization on health-related quality of life? Child Abuse & Neglect, 72, 66-74. doi: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2017.07.014 (SSCI, Q1; IF = 2.569; 4/44 in Social Work, 6/47 in Family Studies)

 

Chen, M.*, & Chan, K. L. (2016). Effects of parenting programs on child maltreatment prevention: A meta-analysis. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 17, 88-104. doi: 10.1177/1524838014566718 (SSCI, Q1; IF = 6.325; 1/44 in Social Work, 1/47 in Family Studies; 2/69 of Criminology & Penology).

 

Chen, M., & Chan, K. L. (2016). Parental absence, child victimization, and psychological well-being in rural China. Child Abuse & Neglect, 59, 45-54. doi: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2016.07.009 (SSCI, Q1; IF = 2.845; 3/43 in Social Work, 6/47 in Family Studies)

 

Current Research Projects:

  1. Consolidation of Findings of Family Surveys Conducted since 2011 (funded by Home Affairs Bureau of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, 2020, Co-I).
  2. Research on the Path Construction and Evaluation System of Child Friendly Space: From the Perspective of the Era of Big Data (funded by The National Social Science Fund of China (Youth Fund), 2020, Co-I).
  3. Evidence-based Social Work Intervention on Community Rehabilitation for Individual with Disabilities (funded by The National Social Science Fund of China (Youth Fund), 2019, Co-I.)
  4. Promoting Intergenerational Solidarity in Age-friendly Communities (funded by The National Social Science Fund of China (Youth Fund), Co-I.)

 

Professional & Community Service:

Academic Services

 

Editorial Board Member for Contemporary Clinical Trials

Ad-hoc Reviewer for Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, Child Abuse & Neglect, Child Development, Child and Youth Services Review, Journal of Child and Family Studies, Ageing & Society, etc.