SINN's articles were published in International Journal of the Book, International Journal of Learning, International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations and International Journal of the Humanities.

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Publications:
Effects of the Somebody-Wanted-But-So (SWBS) Chart as a Text Structure-based Technique on Second Language Narrative Prose Comprehension

This paper examines teaching of the use of the Somebody-Wanted-But-So chart as a text structure-based technique on ESL narrative prose comprehension.

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A Student-poet’s Story: The Paradox between Poetic Creativity and Moral Conformity

Qualitative research illuminates the bargaining between students’ poetic creativity and teacher’s disciplinary power with respect to gender and sexualities, moral conformity and use of institutional power.

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Teacher as the Change Agent: Implementation and Impact of a Learner-centered Approach in Teaching Argumentative Essays to Senior Secondary ESL Learners in Hong Kong

This article investigates the practicability of implementing a learner-centered approach in teaching argumentative writing to senior secondary ESL learners in Hong Kong.

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A Hong Kong ESL Learner’s Story: Autonomous Learning as Keeping on and Taking Charge

This article describes a Hong Kong ESL learner's story using life-history-cum-co-constructed narrative inquiry research. The article problematizes the notion that “learner autonomy” means “one can learn without teacher instructions/ feedback.

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Construction of Cantonese Popular Bourgeois Bohemians (Canton-pop bobos) in Hong Kong

In this article, we construct a portmanteau term “Canton-pop bobos” in which the Cantonese/ Hong Kong youth take ownership of their consumer behavior through this veil of Canton-pop bobos.

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Towards a Continuum Model: Securing Public Order and Safeguarding Human Rights in Postcolonial Hong Kong

In the context of postcolonial Hong Kong, we postulate a continuum model to argue that human rights and law enforcement are not binary but posited along a spectrum.

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Regulating Prostitution in Post-colonial Hong Kong: Human Rights and Therapeutic Jurisprudence

This paper examines the prostitution regime in post-colonial Hong Kong through the perspectives of human rights and therapeutic jurisprudence.

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Towards an Alternative Jurisprudence in Legal Knowledge and Education: “The Global South as Method”

To break through the hegemonic Northo-centric jurisprudential principles, I introduce an alternative paradigm called “the Global South as Method” to understand law as a discipline and to pursue epistemic diversity.

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