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  1. We examine how ageing without children is linked to older adults’ social participation and psychological distress in selected East and Southeast Asian countries (South Korea, China, Thailand, Vietnam, and Myan...

    Authors: Bussarawan Teerawichitchainan and Jung-Hwa Ha
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2024 11:6
  2. Using data from the 2017 China Migrants Dynamics Survey, this study employs generalized structural equation modeling to examine the effects of migrants' places of origin and socioeconomic status on their desti...

    Authors: Xueying Mu, Can Cui and Junru Cui
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2024 11:3
  3. With a detailed historical analysis of postwar Japanese female employment, this article presents three underlying policy perspectives that shape the fact that women have less chance for high-quality employment...

    Authors: Yunwei Guo, Yiwei Yao and Xiao Yu
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2024 11:1
  4. Using data collected from face-to-face interviews, on-site observations, and other archival records, this article builds upon the mixed embeddedness framework to develop four concepts—hyper-, hypo-, governed, and...

    Authors: Tianlong You
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2023 10:22
  5. Chinese “Fan circle” oscillate between receiving praise for their charitable endeavors and being shunned by society because of their “toxic fan culture”. This study reveals that “Fan circle “are quasi-organiza...

    Authors: Mao Dan, Wang Jingya and Chen Jiajun
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2023 10:18
  6. In recent years, there has been tremendous growth in the e-commerce industry in China. This study focuses on the experiences of urban mothers who engage in e-commerce on the WeChat platform. Through in-depth i...

    Authors: Hong Zhang, Xintuantuan Sun and Ziyao Ding
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2023 10:17
  7. Using the Panel Survey of Chinese University Students, this paper systematically analyzes the effect of family background on the human capital accumulation of college students. This study finds that family bac...

    Authors: Chunling Li and Yaping Guo
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2023 10:15
  8. In the first part of this paper, I want to look at the ethical implications of Hartmut Rosa’s Resonance theory for a critical theory of society. I know that this widening of the scope of critical theory is an ...

    Authors: Charles Taylor
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2023 10:14
  9. Taking the sharing economy as an example, the article discusses the social basis for the development of the internet platform. It shows that the development of the sharing economy and internet platform not onl...

    Authors: Maoyuan Zhang and Wei Huang
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2023 10:13
  10. The article reconstructs the intellectual itinerary of the German social theorist Hartmut Rosa. It follows the development of his oeuvre, from his doctoral thesis on Charles Taylor and his book on social accel...

    Authors: Frédéric Vandenberghe
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2023 10:12
  11. The positive and negative effects of the participation of digital platform companies in governance are a major issue of the times. Starting from the three subfields of internal governance, external governance,...

    Authors: Peng Lu, Lvjun Zhou and Xiaoguang Fan
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2023 10:3
  12. This study investigates how Chinese study abroad students utilize WeChat for the symbolic purpose of English language learning while exploring what particular features of WeChat are beneficial to one’s English...

    Authors: Jordan Carolan
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2022 9:20
  13. International social exchanges have always been important to China’s cultural soft power and image construction overseas. This study focuses on an internationally renowned mega influencer Li Ziqi and her vlogs...

    Authors: Thomas William Whyke, Zhen Troy Chen and Joaquin Lopez-Mugica
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2022 9:14
  14. How does art from what have been culturally peripheral countries that were not former colonies of Western powers scale shift or find its way to the global center? What can the Korean case tell us about the cir...

    Authors: Peggy Levitt and Bo-Seon Shim
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2022 9:10
  15. Online dating has modernized traditional partner search methods, allowing individuals to seek a partner that aligns with their preferences for attributes such as age, height, location, or education. Yet tradit...

    Authors: Hannah Rose Kirk and Shriyam Gupta
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2022 9:2

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