Here’s my PhD – Inside the box: Ethnic choice and ethnic change for mixed people in the United Kingdom. It won a prize for best PhD in the LSE Social Policy Department (the Titmuss PhD Prize), for the 2019/2020 year.
Kulkarni, R., Mok, T. (2021). What about the menz? Low employer attachment and ineligibility for partner parental leave. The Southern Initiative.
Mok, T.M., Platt, L. (2018). All Look the Same? Diversity of labour market outcomes of Chinese ethnic group populations in the UK. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.
Mok, T., Cornish, F., & Tarr, J. (2014). Too Much Information: Visual Research Ethics in the Age of Wearable Cameras. Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science, 14pp.
Mok, T.M. (forthcoming), Instability or aspiration? Ethnic change predictors for mixed people in the United Kingdom. (LSE working paper presented at NZPA 2019 and a previous draft at PAA 2017).
Mok, T.M. (2018). Predictors of ethnic choice for mixed people in the UK: Cross-sectional analysis of the UK Household Longitudinal Study. (Draft working paper presented at PAA 2018)
Mok, T.M. (forthcoming). Who are the UK’s ‘hidden’ mixed population? Descriptive analysis of the UK Household Longitudinal Study.
Mok, T.M. (2018). Inside the box: Explaining ethnic choices in Understanding Society. Research report for an Understanding Society Associated Study (ISER/Essex University).
Callanan, M., Mok, T.M., & Edovald, T. (2015). Evaluation of the Group Work Psychological Wellbeing and Work Feasibility Pilot. Department of Work and Pensions.
Kotecha, M., Callanan, M., Mok, T.M., & Edovald, T. (2015). Evaluation of the Telephone Support Psychological Wellbeing and Work Feasibility Pilot. Department of Work and Pensions.