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  1. Computational social science has integrated social science theories and methodology with big data analysis. It has opened a number of new topics for big data analysis and enabled qualitative and quantitative s...

    Authors: Jar-Der Luo, Jifan Liu, Kunhao Yang and Xiaoming Fu
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2019 6:11
  2. Scholars generally agree that family socioeconomic status significantly influences student engagement and motivation in school learning. Yet, teachers are key adults who play an equally important role in deter...

    Authors: Ran Liu and Yi-Lin Chiang
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2019 6:6
  3. This paper analyzes the influence of land endowment possessed by the rural household on education decisions under the condition of insufficient rural land circulation and rural labor transfer. Results show tha...

    Authors: Ye Yang and Yan Xu
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2019 6:3
  4. Fitting multivariate models to the China Private Enterprises Survey (2006) data, this article reveals the differentiation of state-business relationship as a function of a private enterprise’s economic capital...

    Authors: Yingying Ji and Xiaoguang Fan
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2019 6:2
  5. Elaborating on the analytical framework of governance, this paper discusses three aspects of governance including the approach of how NGOs achieve subject legitimacy in environmental-governance participation, ...

    Authors: Hong Lin
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2018 5:6
  6. Researchers of the Chinese bureaucracy generally believe that policy promotion depends on the power of the party committees because they have absolute authority in China. This intuitive argument, however, lack...

    Authors: Hong Lian
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2018 5:2
  7. This article employs data from the 2013 China Social Survey to analyse class differences in propensities to consume in contemporary China. Results suggest that the average propensity to consume (i.e. APC) amon...

    Authors: Yi Zhang
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2017 4:21
  8. Since the implementation of China’s one-child family planning policy in 1980, the fertility culture and governmental institutions have become two important factors that determine women’s fertility selection. I...

    Authors: Wu Ying, Yang Yiyin, Wei Xiaojiang and Chen En
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2017 4:9
  9. Although it is commonly believed that immigration leads to a high crime rate, this relationship is far from conclusive. This paper contributes to this line of research by exploring the case of China, a country...

    Authors: Jianxin Cheng, Junqiang Liu and Jun Wang
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2017 4:8
  10. Based on basic organizational theories, this paper revisits studies about intergovernmental relationships in China and proposes a systematic explanation framework from the perspective of the allocation mechani...

    Authors: Puyuan Shi and Mengwei Ni
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2017 4:4

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