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  1. This article documents and conceptualizes a mode of reproduction of elites in a society in transition from state domination to market orientation. By focusing on China’ marketization, we explore how parents’ a...

    Authors: Peng Lu and Xiaoguang Fan

    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2021 8:17

    Content type: Research

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  2. In previous studies on social stratification and mobility in China, education is considered as the core mediatory factor in social reproduction and mobility. This paper, however, investigates how childhood hea...

    Authors: Yanbi Hong and Jingming Liu

    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2021 8:16

    Content type: Research

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  3. Sociology is a science concerned with both the interpretive understanding of social action and the corresponding causal explanation, process, and result. A causal explanation should be the foundation of predic...

    Authors: Yunsong Chen, Xiaogang Wu, Anning Hu, Guangye He and Guodong Ju

    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2021 8:15

    Content type: Research

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  4. Cognitive abilities have a great impact on individuals’ socioeconomic status. Among the factors that affect cognitive ability, early childhood development and preschool education are vital. However, evidence o...

    Authors: Lei Zheng, Qiuyi Weng and Xin Gong

    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2021 8:14

    Content type: Research

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  5. Parenting practice, an embodied cultural capital, is class based. The findings of this study showed that in urban Chinese families, the middle class was inclined to adopt the practice of concerted cultivation ...

    Authors: Felicia F. Tian and Yongchao Jing

    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2021 8:12

    Content type: Research

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  6. Modern sciences were introduced to Japan from Western countries during the Meiji period. In other words, this was the process of translating Western academic languages into Japanese academic languages. The tra...

    Authors: Yoshiyuki Yama

    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2021 8:8

    Content type: Research

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  7. “Post-Western sociologies” mainly refer to some sociological systems constructed by non-Western and Western sociologists, after the so-called “Western sociologies” have been spread to the non-Western world. It...

    Authors: Lizhong Xie

    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2021 8:5

    Content type: Research

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  8. The wealth-to-income ratio (WIR) in many Western countries, particularly in Europe and North America, increased by a factor of two in the last three decades. This represents a defining empirical trend: a rewe...

    Authors: Louis Chauvel, Eyal Bar Haim, Anne Hartung and Emily Murphy

    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2021 8:4

    Content type: Research

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  9. During the first 15 years of the twenty-first century, Brazil’s economic growth and public policies were in the center of the debate on the growing “new middle class.” This new middle class is defined by peopl...

    Authors: Celi Scalon, André Junqueira Caetano, Hugo Chaves and Luana Costa

    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2021 8:3

    Content type: Research

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  10. The family, which is the basic unit of Chinese society, serves as the micro foundation of individual charitable behavior. This study examines the intergenerational effects on individual charitable donations in...

    Authors: Yongjiao Yang, Yuting Shi and Dong Zhang

    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2020 7:22

    Content type: Research

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  11. Compared with traditional industries, new changes have taken place in the labor process and manufacturing consent in cultural and creative industries. In entertainment labor, managers transform high-intensity ...

    Authors: Wenjuan Jia and Kaiou Zhong

    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2020 7:13

    Content type: Research

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  12. The work-to-family hypothesis and the family-to-work hypothesis provide alternate explanations for the housework-earnings relationship. This study examines these competing theoretical perspectives and explores...

    Authors: Meng Sha Luo and Ernest Chui

    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2020 7:5

    Content type: Research

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  13. The present study uses data from the Chinese General Social Survey (CGSS) to develop a multidimensional measure for the healthiness of Chinese citizens’ lifestyles. A latent class analysis reveals variety in C...

    Authors: Fuqin Wang

    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2019 6:23

    Content type: Research

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  14. In the original publication of this article (Li 2019), there is an error in the last paragraph of the “Precarious work and labor market segmentation” section.

    Authors: Jun Li

    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2019 6:20

    Content type: Correction

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    The original article was published in The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2019 6:17

  15. The world-wide growth of precarious work has created a new type of labor market segmentation and calls for cross-society comparison study. Mainland China and Hong Kong facilitate such a comparison, since the t...

    Authors: Jun Li

    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2019 6:17

    Content type: Research

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    The Correction to this article has been published in The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2019 6:20

  16. The National Council for the Evaluation of Social Development Policy (CONEVAL 2018) reports that 7.8% of the population in Mexico is 65 years old or older. Approximately 41.1% of this population lives in pover...

    Authors: María Montero-López Lena, Diego Luna-Bazaldúa and Laura Ann Shneidman

    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2019 6:16

    Content type: Research

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