Call for Papers — 2018 ICSA Asian Conference

Forty Years of China’s Reform and Social Change

The 2018 Asian Conference of the International Chinese Sociological Association (ICSA)

Hong Kong ● December 19-20, 2018

Deadline for Submissions: October 14, 2018

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Conference Venue: HKUST Jockey Club Institute for Advanced Study, Lo Ka Chung Building, Lee Shau Kee Campus, The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Clear Water Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China

We are pleased to announce that the first Asian Conference of the ICSA will be held on December 19-20, 2018 at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong SAR, China. The conference will be organized by the Center for Applied Social and Economic Research (http://caser.ust.hk/en/) and co-sponsored by the School of Humanities and Social Science (http://www.shss.ust.hk/) and the Institute of Advanced Study (http://ias.ust.hk/web/ias/eng/).

The program committee welcomes submissions on the conference theme: Forty Years of China’s Reform and Social Change. Papers offering comparative perspectives on the conference theme and of interest to ICSA members are also welcome. The committee is particularly interested in papers that analyze multiple waves of Chinese General Social Surveys (CGSS) or China Family Panel Surveys (CFPS) to address the following topics but not limited to these topics: 1) Community and local governance; 2) Education; 3) Gender, marriage and family; 4) Health and Well-being; 5) Migration, urbanization and development; 6) Stratification and inequalities; 7) Culture and value changes; 8) Organizations, social movements.

The International Chinese Sociological Association (ICSA) was recently renamed from the North American Chinese Sociologists Association (NACSA), a nonprofit organization established in 1981 to promote social scientific research on Chinese societies, cultures, and populations in the world. ICSA will continue to NACSA’s missions through organizing research symposiums and annual conferences to facilitate the interaction and collaboration between scholars in North American and scholars in the Greater China Region and elsewhere.

The first Annual Conference of ICSA was successfully held on August 10, 2018 at Princeton University. We received 163 abstract submissions. A total of 83 papers were presented in 19 panels of the one-day conference, with over 100 scholars and students joining us from 66 institutions all over the world.

Instructions for Paper Submissions

Online submissions will be made through the ICSA Paper Submission Site at https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/ICSAAC2018. The submission site will open on September 14, 2018 and close on October 14, 2018.

Full paper submissions are particularly welcome. In case only abstracts or extended abstracts are available, they must be sufficiently detailed to allow the conference organizers to judge the merits of the paper. Typically, extended abstracts consist of statement of research question (and the underlying theory, if appropriate), the data and research methods, and the expected findings.

At the time of submission, if there are multiple coauthors, one must be identified as the author who will present the paper. This can be revised until the program is finalized on December 3, 2018.

Upon approval of the organizing committee, travel allowance will be awarded to a selected number of graduate students or junior scholars on the basis of merit and need.

Important Dates

September 14, 2018: Online submission site opens.

October 14, 2018: Deadline for online submissions.

October 20, 2018: Authors are notified of paper acceptance.

November 14, 2018: Deadline for confirmation of attendance.

November 20, 2018: Provisional program available on the website.

December 3, 2018: Final program available on the website.

December 19-20, 2018: Conference

Membership and Registration Fee

Membership Fee Registration Fee Total
Regular Member US$ 15 US$ 45 US$ 60
Student Member US$ 5 US$ 15 US$ 20
Lifetime Member US$ 300 US$ 45 US$ 345
Current Regular Member US$ 0 US$ 45 US$ 45
Current Student Member US$ 0 US$ 15 US$ 15
Current Lifetime Member US$ 0 US$ 45 US$ 45

Please note that conference participation requires membership in the ICSA. If you are not an active member yet, please become a member first through this link: https://nacsainfo11.wordpress.com/membership/ .

ICSA lifetime members or members who have already paid the membership fee for the 2018 Annual Conference will only need to pay the registration fee this time.

Enquiries

For technical enquiries, please contact Shaoping She at caser@ust.hk.

For general enquiries, please contact Maggie Ku at icsa@caser.ust.hk.

Collaborating Journals

Selected papers presented in the conference will be invited to submit to the following peer review journals, or contributions to special issues by invitation

  1. Chinese Journal of Sociology(CJS) (eISSN: 20571518 | ISSN: 2057150X), founded in 2015 and published by SAGE, is a peer-reviewed, international journal issued by Shanghai University and co-sponsored with Princeton’s Center on Contemporary China (CCC), with an aim to building an academic platform for in-depth discussion of the issues facing contemporary Chinese society from the sociological perspectives.
  2. China Review(ISSN: 16802012), published by Chinese University Press in Hong Kong, is the only China-based English journal devoted to the study of Greater China and its people. The journal’s SSCI Impact Factor 0.906 in 2016, being ranked in Q1, 16/69 in area studies.
  3. Chinese Sociological Review(CSR) (Print ISSN: 2162-0555 Online ISSN: 2162-0563), founded in 1968, now published by Taylor & Francis Inc. 530 Walnut Street, Suite 850, Philadelphia, PA 19106. The journal’s SSCI impact factor is 2.3 in 2017, being ranked in Q1, 21/146 in sociology.

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2018 ICSA Conference Program

PROGRAMME OUTLINE

Friday August 10th 2018 

Time Details Venue
8:30 – 9:00 Registration and Reception Bernstein Gallery
9:00 – 10:00 Opening Ceremony and Welcome by

Representative of Princeton University

Prof. Yu Xie

Prof. Xiaogang Wu

Prof. Yanjie Bian (Guest of Honor)

Chair: Emily Hannum

Bowl 016
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break and Group Photo Taking Bernstein Gallery
10:30 – 12:00

(90 min’)

Parallel Sessions

1.1 Big Data and Computational Social Science

1.2 Education and Schooling Process

1.3 Gender Norms and Attitudes

1.4 Migrants and Immigrants

1.5 Family and Domestic Labor

1.6 Hospitals, Patients and Medicine

 

Bowl 016

Bowl 001

Bowl 002

Rm. 005

Rm. 023

Rm. 029

12:00 – 13:20 Lunch Bernstein Gallery
13:20 – 14:50

(90 min’)

Parallel Sessions

2.1 Marriage and Assortative Mating

2.2 Intergenerational Transfer and Mobility

2.3 Gender Inequality

2.4 Mental Health and Subjective Well-being

2.5 Income and Housing Inequality

2.6 Firms and Organizations

 

Bowl 016

Bowl 001

Bowl 002

Rm. 005

Rm. 023

Rm. 029

14:50 – 15:00 Coffee Break Bernstein Gallery
15:00 – 16:30

(90 min’)

Parallel Sessions

3.1 Values and Attitudes

3.2 Migration and People’s Well-being

3.3 Neighborhood, Community and Nationalism

3.4 Physical and Cognitive Health

3.5 Trust, Social Capital and Networks

3.6 Governance and Civil Society

 

Bowl 016

Bowl 001

Bowl 002

Rm. 005

Rm. 023

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16:30 – 16:40 Coffee Break Bernstein Gallery
16:40 – 18:00

(80 min’)

Plenary SessionSocial Survey Data Collection in China

Qiang Ren (CFPS)

Weidong Wang (CGSS)

Yucheng Liang (CLDS)

Xiulin Sun (SUNS)

Bowl 016
18:00 – 18:30 Transport to Dinner Venue Prospect Avenue
18:30 – 20:30 Conference Dinner

Presentation of Recipients for the Nan Lin Student Paper Award

Shanghai Park
9:00 Shuttle Bus Departure for Philadelphia Prospect Avenue

PANEL SESSIONS 

Parallel Sessions: 10:30 – 12:00

Session No. & Title Paper Title Author(s)
1.1 Big Data and Computational Social Science

 

Chair: Siwei Cheng

Venue: Bowl 016

The Media Coverage and Public Perceptions of Inequality in China Xi Song*, Yinxian Zhang
Mapping Public Concerns about Class Immobility in China Yunsong Chen
The Domestic Media Slant in a Global Context Xinguang Fan
Multiplex Social Networks in Rural Honduras Yongren Shi
Paying Money for Freedom: Effects of Monetary Compensation on Sentencing for Traffic Accident Crime in China Tianji Cai
1.2 Education and Schooling Process

 

Chair: Anning Hu

Venue: Bowl 001

Unfulfilled Promise of Educational Meritocracy? Academic Ability and Urban-Rural Gap in Access to Higher Education in China Angran Li
Effects of Schools on the Academic Ability of Students During Basic Education in China Hao Yin
In Search of the “Best Option Available”: Outsourcing Secondary Education to the U.S. and the Anxiety of Chinese Urban Upper-Middle-Class Siqi Tu
College Major Choices among Chinese International Undergraduate Students in America Yingyi Ma
No Other Way: Middle Class Self-Exclusion in the College Application Process Yi-Lin Chiang
1.3 Gender Norms and Attitudes

 

Chair: Yue Qian

Venue: Bowl 002

Transition and Evolution in China: Cohort and Historical Dynamics in Gender and Sexual Attitudes in 2010-2015* Xiaoling Shu*, Bowen Zhu
The Gender Attitude of Youth: How Gansu Rural Youth Perceive Family and Marriage Yuping Zhang*, Peggy Kong
More Than Just Breadwinners: How Chinese Male Migrant Workers’ Family Relationships Shape Their Factory Labor Process Rachel Yu Guo
A Comprehensive Review of China’s Family Planning Policy: Bringing Women Back Shuangshuang Yang*, Yingchun Ji
The Multifaceted Meanings of Educational Attainment in Mate Selection for Online Daters in Shanghai Siqi Xiao
1.4 Migrants and Immigrants

 

Chair: Zhuoni Zhang

Venue: Rm. 005

Labor and Return Migration in China: 1982-2015 John Zhongdong Ma
Trajectories of Entrepreneurship for Chinese Immigrants: New Method and Findings Han Liu*, Zai Liang
Whom Does a Government Perceive as Immigrants before They Even Come? Results from a Survey of 1505 U.S. Nonimmigrant Visa Applicants in Mainland China Jacob Thomas
Subjective Perceptions of Distributive Justice among Migrants with Progressive Urbanization in Chinese Metropolis:  An Examination on Multiple Reference Groups Yuanteng Wang
1.5 Family and Domestic Labor

 

Chair: HongweiXu

Venue: Rm. 023

Foreign Domestic Helpers Hiring, Labor Force Participation and Time Allocation of Married Women in Hong Kong Guangye He
From Scattering to Gathering: The “Condensed Buffer” for Domestic Helpers in Hong Kong Aijia Li
Women’s Education, Intergenerational Coresidence, and Household Decision-Making in China Cheng Cheng
Contemporary Chinese Women’s Housework Time Mengsha Luo
Gender Gap in Children’s Housework Time in Rural and Urban China: The Moderating Effects of Parental Education, Children’s Education and Parental Educational Attitudes Yixiao Liu
1.6 Hospitals, Patients and Medicine

 

Chair: Feng Hao

Venue: Rm. 029

Structured Performance: Family Identity and Networks in Chinese Hospitals Cynthia Baiqing Zhang
Remaking the Sick Role: Tuberculosis Patients in Republican and Contemporary China Rachel Core
Of Fields, Boundaries, and Translations: Scientific Strategies in Traditional Chinese Medicine Research Larry Au
Dismantling the Black-Box: Negotiations on the Credibility of a “Scientific Fact” in China’s GM-Food Controversies Wanheng Hu

Parallel Sessions: 13:20 – 14:50

Session No. & Title Paper Title Author(s)
2.1 Marriage and Assortative Mating

 

Chair: Feinian Chen

Venue: Bowl 016

 

(De-)Institutionalization of the Chinese Marriage? Educational and Age Assortative Mating in First and Higher-Order Marriages Yue Qian*, Yang Hu
Marry Up, Socialize Up? Educational Hypergamy, Gender, and Social Capital in Three Societies Lijun Song
Differential Fertility, Assortative Mating and Economic Inequality: An Unintended Consequence of China’s One-Child Policy Fangqi Wen
Recent Patterns and Trends of Educational Assortative Mating in Urban China: a New Look at the Hukou System Xuewen Yan
Educational Attainment and Transition to First Marriage in China Ming Zhao
2.2 Intergenerational Transfer and Mobility

 

Chair: Xiang Zhou

Venue: Bowl 001

Physical and Mental Health of Chinese Grandparents Caring for Grandchildren and Great-Grandparents Hongwei Xu
Are Children from Divorced Single-Parent Families More Disadvantaged? New Evidence from the China Family Panel Studies Chunni Zhang
Impacts of Parents’ Socio-Economic Characteristics on Children’s Wealth Yongai Jin
Cost or Commitment? Multigenerational Education Attainments and Midlife Transfers to Parents in China Yifei Hou
Understanding Job Mobility Pattern in Contemporary China: a Comparative Study based on CFPS and PSID Yang Zhou*, Yu Xie
2.3 Gender Inequality

 

Chair:  Yingchun Ji

Venue: Bowl 002

The Hidden Inequality: College Expansion, Family Background and Gender Wage Gap in China Duoduo Xu*, Bing Tian
Double Disadvantage? Internal Graduate Migration, Gender and the Labor Market Outcome among Recent College Graduates in China Mengyao Zhao
Gender-Math Stereotype, Biased Self-Assessment, and Aspiration in STEM Careers:  The Gender Gap among Early Adolescents in China Ran Liu
Gender and Urban-Rural Difference on the Work-Life Conflict in Contemporary China Rui Li
2.4 Mental Health and Subjective Well-being

 

Chair: Jun Xu

Venue: Rm. 005

Social Support Protects against the Negative Effects of Abuse on Psychological Resilience in a Sample of Older Chinese Adults Yiqing Yang*, Ming Wen
Who Are More Depressed? Gender, Marital Transitions and Mental Health in China Yang Zhang
The Mutual Relationship between Depression and Educational Outcomes in China: a Comprehensive Examination Wensong Shen
Moving beyond Living Arrangements: The Role of Family and Friendship Ties in Promoting Psychological Well-Being for Urban and Rural Older Adults in China Dan Tang, Zhiyong Lin*, Feinian Chen
Class Affinity, Mobility Trajectory and Individual’s Subjective Well-Being in Taiwan Ka U Ng*, Kin Man Wan
2.5 Income and Housing Inequality

 

Chair: TianjiCai

Venue: Rm. 023

Expanding Homeownership and Rising Housing Inequality: The Impact of the Hukou Stratification and Class Division in Transitional Urban China Miranda Qiong Wu
Intra-Household Property Rights and Well-Being: Evidence from the 2011 Chinese Divorce Reform Emma Xiaolu Zang
From Traditional and Socialist Communities to Commercial-Housing: The Association between Neighborhood Types and Health in China Lei Lei*, Zhiyong Lin
English Proficiency and Earnings Inequality: Occupational Language Exclusion in Hong Kong Mengyu Liu
The Politics of Financialization and Income Inequality Bowei Hu*, Thung-Hong Lin
2.6 Firms and Organizations

 

Chair: Danching Ruan

Venue: Rm. 029

Another Face of “Politicized Capitalism”: Private Entrepreneur’s Political Entitlement and Post-Socialist Institutional Change in Reforming China (1995-2012) Chengzuo Tang
Embedded in Multiple Fields: Global Dimensions and National Adoptions of Corporate Social Responsibility Zixin Li
When Do the Last Become First? Multi-Dimensional Institutional Complexity, Predatory Practices and the Rise of China’s Private Enterprises Le Lin
Homophily or Complementarity? Choice of Co-Investment Partners of Chinese Venture Capital Firms Likun Cao*, Lu Zheng, Jie Ren
From Iron Rice Bowl to Silver Spoon: Changing Relationship between Origin, Education and Entry of Class in Contemporary China, 1949-2006 Xiaolei Zhang

Parallel Sessions: 15:00 – 16:30

Session No. & Title Paper Title Author(s)
3.1 Values and Attitudes

 

Chair: Yunsong Chen

Venue: Bowl 016

Parental Education and College Students’ Attitudes toward Love: Survey Evidence from China Anning Hu*, Xiaogang Wu
The Intergenerational Transmission of Beliefs about Meritocracy Zhonglu Li
Cultivating Values while Diffusing Knowledge: Evidence from the 8th Curriculum Reform in China Bingdao Zheng
How Does Your Neighbors’ Intergroup Bias Affect Your Social Identity?  The Case of Hong Kong Duoduo Xu*, Zhuoni Zhang
3.2 Migration and People’s Well-being

 

Chair: John Zhongdong Ma

Venue: Bowl 001

Short and Long-Term Outcomes of the Left-Behind in China Li-Chung Hu, Wensong Shen, Emily Hannum*
Subjective Well-Being among Left-Behind Children in Rural China: The Role of Ecological Assets and Individual Strength Danhua Lin*, Xiaoyun Chai, Xiaoyan Li, Zhi Ye, Yuxuan Li
Parental Migration and Anemia Status of Children in Rural China Feinuo Sun*, Zai Liang
Hukou System, Mechanisms, and Health Stratification across the Life Course in Rural and Urban China Qian Song
3.3 Neighborhood, Community and Nationalism

 

Chair: Xiaoling Shu

Venue: Bowl 002

Neighborhood Environments and Declines in Functional Health among Middle-Aged and Older People in China Ye Luo*, Lingling Zhang, Xi Pan
Community Matters:  Urban Residents’ Perception of Public Services in China Feibei Zheng
Does Higher Accessibility to Neighborhood Service Reduce People’s Perception of Their Poverty Status in Hong Kong? Chenhong Peng *, YikWa Law, Paul Yip
Chinese Citizen or Global Citizen? Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism at An International School in Beijing Natalie A.E. Young
Disaggregating Nationalism: Comparative Analysis of Consumer Nationalism and Cultural Nationalism among Chinese Zongshi Chen*, Zikui Wei
3.4 Physical and Cognitive Health

 

Chair: QiangRen

Venue: Rm. 005

 

Implementation of Political Disciplines and Its Effects on the Physical Health among the Governmental Officials in China Jie Zhang
Inequalities, Institutional Transformations, and Infirmities in Urban China Jun Xu*, Wei Zhao, Fang Gong
Rural-Urban Disparities in Caesarean Delivery in Underdeveloped Areas in China: Evidence from Electronic Health Records Lili Kang*, Ning Zhang, Bo Zhang, Biao Xu
Youth of the Chinese Cultural Revolution: a Study of the ‘Sent-Down’ Experiences and Later Life Health Liming Li
Leisure Activities and Cognitive Health among the Middle-Aged and Older Chinese Min Li
3.5 Trust, Social Capital and Networks

 

Chair: Lijun Song

Venue: Rm. 023

Work Unit Housing Compounds and Elite Social Capital Reproduction in Urban China under Mao Danching Ruan
Maoist Traumas: The Impact of Sent-Down Experience on Trust Jun Yin
Education Lowers Social Trust in Transitional China Cary Zhiming Wu*, Zhilei Shi
Social Capital and Community Satisfaction in Shanghai: a Multilevel Model Junan Zhang
Trust Pattern and Preference for Redistribution in China Lingnan He
3.6 Governance and Civil Society

 

Chair: Xiulian Ma

Venue: Rm. 029

Discipline the Party: From Rectification Campaigns to Intra-Party Educational Activities Zhifan Luo
Commercialization of Internet-Opinion Management: How Does the Market Engaged into State Control in China. Rui Hou
Environmental Information Discourse and Environmental Non-Governmental Organizations: Evidence from 113 Chinese Cities Chung-Pei Pien
A Multilevel Analysis of Environmental Concern: Evidence from China Feng Hao*, Lijun Song
The Politics of Education Policy in China Min Yu*, Christopher B. Crowley

Plenary Session: 16:40 – 18:00

Session No. & Title Social Survey Data Presenter
Social Survey Data Collection in China

 

Chair: Xiaogang Wu

Discussants: Yu Xie, YanjieBian

Venue: Bowl 016

China Family Panel Studies,CFPS Qiang Ren
Chinese General Social Survey,CGSS Weidong Wang
China Labor-force Dynamics Survey, CLDS Yucheng Liang
Shanghai Urban Neighborhood Survey, SUNS Xiulin Sun

Notes: * indicates corresponding author.

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The ICSA “Graduate Student Paper Award” Renamed as “Nan Lin Graduate Student Paper Award”

Announcement:

The ICSA “Graduate Student Paper Award” Renamed as “Nan Lin Graduate Student Paper Award”

The Board of the International Chinese Sociological Association (ICSA) has unanimously approved to rename the “Graduate Student Paper Award” as the “Nan Lin Graduate Student Paper Award.” The rationale for this change is to recognize Dr. Nan Lin’s pioneer and significant contributions to our association and to the research area on Chinese societies, and inspire the research endeavors of future generations of young scholars working on Chinese societies.

Dr. Nan Lin is Oscar L. Tang Professor Emeritus of Sociology at Duke University. As a world-wide known and respected sociologist, he has published substantive seminal work and mentored multiple generations of scholars in and beyond the research field of Chinese societies for about five decades. He especially played a vital role in the rebirth of sociology in China in the late 1970s, and has been continuing to actively contribute to the development of sociology in the Greater China region. He is the founder and the inaugural President of the North American Chinese Sociologists Association (NACSA) from 1981 to 1990, which was renamed as the International Chinese Sociological Association (ICSA) in 2018.

ICSA will continue NACSA’s missions through organizing research symposiums and annual conferences to facilitate the interaction and collaboration between scholars in North America and scholars in the Greater China Region and elsewhere.The Annual Conference of the ICSA will be held on August 10th, 2018 at Princeton University, preceding the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association on August 11-14 in Philadelphia, PA. The conference will be hosted and co-sponsored by the Paul and Marcia Wythes Center on Contemporary China of the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS) (https://ccc.princeton.edu/). Graduate students are invited to compete for the ICSA 2018 Nan Lin Graduate Student Paper Award.

Dr. Nan Lin’s website at Duke University https://sociology.duke.edu/people/nan-lin

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2018 ICSA Conference Call for Papers

The 2018 Annual Conference of the International Chinese Sociological Association (ICSA)

Call for Papers

The International Chinese Sociological Association (ICSA) was recently renamed from the North American Chinese Sociologists Association (NACSA), a nonprofit organization established in 1981 to promote social scientific research on Chinese societies, cultures, and populations in the world. ICSA will continue to NACSA’s missions through organizing research symposiums and annual conferences to facilitate the interaction and collaboration between scholars in North American and scholars in the Greater China Region and elsewhere.

We are pleased to announce that the Annual Conference of the ICSA will be held on August 10th, 2018 in Princeton University, preceding the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association on August 11-14 in Philadelphia, PA. The conference will be hosted and partially sponsored by the Paul and Marcia Wythes Center on Contemporary China of the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS) (https://ccc.princeton.edu/).

The program committee (Xiaogang Wu [HKUST], Emily Hannum [U Penn], Xiaoling Shu [UC Davis], Lijun Song [Vanderbilt], Qiang Fu [UBC]) welcomes submissions on topics of interest to the ICSA members. Papers offering comparative perspectives on the themes of the conference are also welcome.

For junior scholars and grad students who need financial aid to attend the ICSA annual conference, please submit your request here: https://goo.gl/forms/XBV4ULxbbK8AAa8N2.

You may be contacted for further information. Funding is limited; assistance will be given based on need and your participation in the conference (if you will be presenting or serving as a discussant).  If you have any questions, please contact ybennett@princeton.edu.

Graduate students are invited to compete for the ICSA 2018 Nan Lin Graduate Student Paper Award. The Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award Committee consists of Dr. Xiaoling Shu (UC Davis,Chair), Dr. Emily Hannum (U Penn), and Dr. Anning Hu (Fudan). One paper (published or unpublished) will be selected and the award will be announced and presented with a plaque and a travel subsidy to at the conference dinner.

Both complete papers and extended paper abstracts in English will be considered. Paper abstracts must contain sufficient details to suggest timely completion (normally, 5 pages or more). Please provide all authors’ names, organizational affiliations, and email addresses.

Papers considered for the Graduate Student Paper Award must be (1) authored by student(s) only, (2) in English, and (3) to be presented at the 2018 ICSA Conference. Student status must be valid as of the end of Spring 2018. Only complete papers will be considered. Please mark *Student Paper Award* in the Subject Area when submitting online.

The ICSA Paper Submission Information Submission Site is available on March 12th at https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/ICSA2018. The submission deadline is May 12th, 2018.  In the event of any technical difficulties, submissions may be emailed to Shaoping She (spshe@ust.hk).

For those who will need to attend both the ICSA meeting and the ASA meeting, a shuttle bus from Princeton to Philadelphia will be arranged after the conference dinner on August 10. The trip takes about an hour. For other logistics issues regarding travel and hotel information in Princeton, please see update at https://ccc.princeton.edu/ or contact Mr. Philip Rush (philliprush@princeton.edu).

Important Dates:

May 12, 2018: Submission deadline.

May 26, 2018: Formal acceptance letters distributed for visa applications.

June 30, 2018: Provisional program available on the website.

July 14, 2018: Full papers due to organizers/presiders/discussants.

August 10, 2018: Conference

Selected papers presented in the conference will be invited to submit to the following peer review journals:

  1. Chinese Journal of Sociology (CJS) (eISSN: 20571518 | ISSN: 2057150X), founded in 2015 and published by SAGE, is a peer-reviewed, international journal issued by Shanghai University and co-sponsored with Princeton’s Center on Contemporary China (CCC), with an aim to building an academic platform for in-depth discussion of the issues facing contemporary Chinese society from the sociological perspectives.
  2. China Review (ISSN: 16802012), published by Chinese University Press in Hong Kong, is the only China-based English journal devoted to the study of Greater China and its people. The journal’s SSCI Impact Factor 0.906 in 2016, being ranked in Q1, 16/69 in area studies.
  3. Chinese Sociological Review (CSR) (Print ISSN: 2162-0555 Online ISSN: 2162-0563), founded in 1968, now published by Taylor & Francis Inc. 530 Walnut Street, Suite 850, Philadelphia, PA 19106. The journal’s SSCI impact factor is 1.472 in 2016, being ranked in Q2, 42/143 in sociology.

 

CJS     TCR     CSR

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