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START YEAR

2014

PUBLISHER

Springer Singapore

LANGUAGE

en

HOMEPAGE

http://journalofchinesesociology.springeropen.com

Recent publications latest 20 shown

  • 2019-12 The cultural dilemma in the process of uniting Chinese and Western medicine from 1940 to 1950
  • 2019-12 Economic growth and subjective well-being: analyzing the formative mechanism of Easterlin Paradox
  • 2019-12 Do deep pockets have more political influence?—the size of private enterprises and their strategy selection in resolving administrative disputes
  • 2019-12 Understanding leisure satisfaction of Chinese seniors: human capital, family capital, and community capital
  • 2019-12 Land endowment and education investment behavior of rural households: a field survey based on 887 administrative villages in 31 provinces of China
  • 2018-12 Does the school cutoff date cause the disadvantage for children born in July and August?
  • 2018-12 Staying connected with ICT tools: tracking youth respondents in a Chinese context
  • 2018-12 How can cultural sociology help us understand contemporary Chinese society?
  • 2018-12 How does family background affect children’s educational achievement? Evidence from Contemporary China
  • 2018-12 Constructing Legitimacy: How Do Chinese NGOs Become Legitimate Participants in Environmental Governance? The Case of Environmental Protection Law Revision
  • 2018-12 One store, two fates: boundary work and service capital in China’s retail sector
  • 2018-12 Does ritual exist? Defining and classifying ritual based on belief theory
  • 2018-12 Competition for attention in the Chinese bureaucracy
  • 2018-12 Ethnography and international relations: situating recent trends, debates and limitations from an interdisciplinary perspective
  • 2018-12 From individual social capital to collective social capital: empirical evidence from inter-firm financing trust network
  • 2018-12 Marriage and parenthood preferences among college students in China
  • 2018-12 Family Structure, Market Competition and Local Culture: The Mechanisms of Religious mobility beyond Christianity
  • 2018-12 Housing inequality in urban China: the heritage of socialist institutional arrangements
  • 2018-12 The structure of ritual and the epistemological approach to ritual study
  • 2018-12 Marital power, spousal relationship, and intergenerational support
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