See Pok Loa
See Pok Loa is a D.Phil. candidate in Sociology at the University of Oxford, where he is a John Swire Scholar based at St. Antony's College. His dissertation studies changing beliefs on paid work, and how professional workers navigate job insecurities in the gig economy. His other research on inequalities has been accepted and published in journals such as The Sociological Review, American Behavioral Scientist (forthcoming), and Asian Population Studies. He has held teaching positions at Queen's College, Hertford College, and Pembroke College. Prior to graduate school, he worked in tech startup companies.
Loa, S. P., & Choi, S. Y. P. (2023). An intimacy field framework: Class, habitus and capital in gay relationships. The Sociological Review. Online first. https://doi.org/10.1177/00380261231157968
Zhou, M., Wang, W., Loa, S.P., & Kan, M.-Y. (2023). Moving in the time of COVID-19: How did the pandemic situations affect the migration decisions of Hong Kong people? Asian Population Studies, 19(2), 204–227. https://doi.org/10.1080/17441730.2023.2193481