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Community College of City University / UOW College of Hong KongCourse Information RecordThis form is for the completion by the Course Examiner. The information provided on this form is theofficial record of course. It will be used for Community College of City University / UOW College ofHong Kong’s database, various CCCU/UOWCHK publications (including websites) and documentationfor students and others as required. Please refer to the Explanatory Notes attached to this form onthe various items of information required.Offered byWith effect fromDivision of Social SciencesSemester B, 2020/2021(semester and academicyear)Part I Course OverviewCourse Title:Course TitlePublic Leadership and Social Change in Hong Kong香港的公共領導和社會轉變(in Chinese if applicable):Course Code:Course Duration:Credit Units:Level:QF Credit Units:QF Level:GE Domain:(for GE courses only)Medium of Instruction:Medium of Assessment:Prerequisites:CGE174121 semester3A113,64Arts and humanitiesScience and technology Society and organisationsEnglish supplemented by CantoneseEnglish and ChineseNIL(Course code and title)Precursors:NIL(Course code and title)Equivalent courses:CGE17402(Course code and title)Exclusive courses:NIL(Course code and title)Programmes/cohorts ofstudents not allowed toenrol in this course (if any):NIL1

Part II Course Details1. Course AimsThe course offers a basic and comprehensive introduction to the study of major economic,political and social developments in post-1997 Hong Kong from different perspectives byproviding students with an understanding of basic quantitative and qualitative methods in examining the performance of theHong Kong SAR Government major economic, political and social issues and challenges in post-1997 Hong Kong leadership quality and organization capacity of the Hong Kong Government2. Course Intended Learning Outcomes (CILOs)(CILOs state what the student is expected to be able to do at the end of the course according to agiven standard of performance.)Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:No.CILOs1.Use basic quantitative and qualitative methods to assess theperformance of the HKSAR Government and societaldevelopmentsExplain major economic, political and social issues and challengesin Hong KongAssess leadership quality and organization capacity of the HongKong SAR GovernmentDevelop self-awareness and sensitivities in assessing economic,political and social developments in Hong KongIf weighting is assigned to CILOs, they should add up to2.3.4.Weighting(if applicable)15%35%25%25%100%3. Alignment of the CILOs with the Programme Intended Learning OutcomesCILOs (Please if the CILO(s) is/areOnly for General Education Courses and Genericaligned with the PILOs)Core CoursesIntended learning Outcomes of General Education12345I-V Required (All outcomes below must be alignedwith at least one CILO)I. Demonstrate a solid foundation of inquiry skillsfor life-long learningII. Apply critical and creative thinking skillsIII. Communicate coherently in written and spokenlanguageIV. Apply quantitative reasoning / problem solvingskillsV. Demonstrate capacity for ethical reasoning andresponsible actions2

VI – VIII Optional (At least one outcome belowmust be aligned with at least one CILO)VI. Recognize the important characteristics ofdiverse peoples and culturesVII. Examine the major regional and global issuesand relate them to the socio-political, cultural,economic and technological factors.VIII. Appreciate the impact of scientific andtechnological development on society andindividual. 4. Teaching and Learning Activities (TLAs)(TLAs designed to facilitate students’ achievement of the CILOs.)TLABrief Descriptiona.Lectureb.DiscussionCILO No.Lectures focus on the introduction andexplanation of the key concepts with illustrationby everyday examples. Relevant video clips arealso used to illustrate the concepts.Occasional in-lecture discussions may beorganised.1 2 3 4 55. Teaching Schedule:Lecture(hr/week):3 hoursOther (please specify)(hr/week):6. Assessment Tasks/Activities (ATs)(ATs are designed to allow students to demonstrate how well they have achieved the CILOs.)ATBrief Descriptiona. Mid-termAssignmentStudents shall attempt a mid-termassignment to show how much theyunderstand the theories and conceptsof leadership. Students are allowed touse English or Chinese as the mediumfor assessment.b. In-classExerciseStudents shall complete an in-classexercise on the basis of a few videoclips (with a length of about 25-40minutes) about one or two publicleaders. They are required to answersome questions to state their criticalanalysis and/or comparison of thepotentials and limitations of the publicleader(s). Students are allowed to use31 CILO No.2 3 4 5Weighting(%)3035

c. IndividualWrittenAssignmentEnglish or Chinese as the medium forassessment.The individual written assignment testsstudents’ understanding of theeconomic, political and social issues inHong Kong, leadership issues, and theapplication of quantitative andqualitative methods to assess publicleaders’ performance. Students arerequired to use English as the mediumfor assessment. 35The weightings must add up to 100%7. Assessment ScheduleCoursework (%): 100Grading Mode: StandardPart III Learning Contents and Readings1. Syllabus and Alignment with Course Intended Learning OutcomesMajor themesa. Basicquantitative andqualitativemethods toexamine publicleaders’performanceRelated issues and topicsBasic statistical methods; interview techniques;field work; theories and concept of leadershipb. Assessment ofleadershipquality andorganizationcapacity of theHong Kong SARGovernmentc. Economicpolicies, issuesand challengesd. Politicalpolicies, issuesand challengese. Social policies,issues andchallengesLiterature review of the Hong Kong SARGovernment; public engagement and societalresponse1 CILOs234 Six new pillars of Hong Kong economy; land useand housing need; healthcare management One Country Two Systems; AdministrationLegislature relations; constitutional reforms Welfare policies; corporate social responsibility;societal needs; equality; dissatisfaction with theAdministration 45

2. Reading ListCompulsory Readings:Chiu, S. W. K., & Lui, T. L. (2009). Hong Kong: Becoming a Chinese global city. London; New York:Routledge.Ku, A., & Pun, N. (Eds.). (2004). Remaking citizenship in Hong Kong: Community, nation, and theglobal City. London: Routledge.Law, K. Y., & Lee, K. M. (Eds.) (2004). The economy of Hong Kong in non-economic perspectives.Hong Kong: Oxford University Press.Scott, I. (2010). The public sector in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.Additional Readings:Brookes, S., & Grint, K. (Eds.). (2010). The New Public Leadership Challenge. UK: PalgraveMacmillan.Lim G. S., Richard L. D. (Eds.). (2017). The Leadership Experience in Asia 2nd Edition. Singapore:Cengage Learning.Perry, James L. (Eds.). (2010). The Jossey-Bass Reader on Non-profit and Public Leadership. SanFrancisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.Richard L. D. (2018). The Leadership Experience 7th Edition. USA: Cengage Learning.Robert N. L., Christopher F. A. (Eds.). (2016). Leadership: Theory, Application, & SkillDevelopment 6th Edition, Boston: Cengage Learning.Berman, E.M. (Ed). (2011). Public administration in Southeast Asia: Thailand, Philippines,Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Macau. (Chapter 12-14). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. 7Chiu, Stephen Wing Kai & Lui T.L. (Eds.). (2000). The Dynamics of Social Movement in Hong Kong.HK: Hong Kong University Press.Goodstadt, Leo F. (2009). Uneasy Partners: The Conflict between Public Interest and PrivateProfit in Hong Kong. HK: Hong Kong University Press.Online Resources:Bilingual Laws Information System – legislation tmWiseNews: https://wisenews.wisers.net/5

Part IV1. Course Examiner:Name: Mr. Chris Li Man Kong LiDate: 21 October, 20202. Associate Dean of FacultyName: Dr Jack YUEDate: 22 October, 20203. Reviewer (if applicable):Name:Position/Affiliation:Date:6

field work; theories and concept of leadership b. Assessment of leadership quality and organization capacity of the Hong Kong SAR Government Literature review of the Hong Kong SAR Government; public engagement and societal response c. Economic policies, issues and challenges Six new pillars of Hong Kong economy; land use