The 6th “Edição do Prémio de Estudos de Ciências Humanas e Sociais de Macau” jointly organized by the Macao Foundation and China Social Sciences Press was held on the evening of May 19 at the conference hall of the Macao Science Center. A total of 60 publications won the first, second, and third prizes and excellence awards in the works and essay categories in this selection. Scholars from FSS won a total of one first-place prize, two second-place prizes, two third-place prizes in the Monograph Group, one second-place prize and two merit awards in the Thesis Group (see the table below for details).


Monograph Group
Award Work Authors
First-place Adherence to COVID-19 Precautionary Measures: Applying the Health Belief Model and Generalised Social Beliefs to a Probability Community Sample Kwok Kit Tong, Juliet Honglei Chen, Eilo Wing-yat Yu, Anise M. S. Wu
Second-place “Read sideways or not: vertical saccade advantage in sentence reading” Ming Yan, Jinger Pan,  Wenshuo Chang, Reinhold Kliegl
Second-place “Prevalence and associated factors of Internet gaming disorder among community dwelling adults in Macao, China” Anise MS Wu, Juliet Honglei Chen, Kwok-kit Tong, Shu Yu, Joseph TF Lau
Third-place “The Comorbidity of Gambling Disorder among Macao Adult Residents and the Moderating Role of Resilience and Life Purpose” Juliet Honglei Chen, Kwok Kit Tong, Anise MS Wu, Joseph TF Lau, Meng Xuan Zhang
Third-place “WeChat use of mainland Chinese dual migrants in daily border crossing” Bei Ju, Todd L. Sandel, Hannah Thinyane


Thesis Group
Award Work Authors
Second-place 《澳門社會現狀調查》 Spencer De Li, Tianjin Cai, Hongyu Wang, Shih-Ya KUO
Merit Macau 20 Years after the Handover: Changes and Challenges under “One Country, Two Systems” Meng U Ieong
Merit 《澳門移工:漂泊在中國的拉斯維加斯》 Wei Shi


Foe details🔗:https://www.fmac.org.mo/achievement/winner