2017 NACSA Conference Program

2017 North American Chinese Sociologists Association Conference
Palais des congrès de Montréal, 1001 Jean Paul Riopelle Pl, Montreal, QC H2Z 1H5, Canada.
August 11, 2017 in Rooms 525A and 525B
8:00-8:30am Coffee/Tea and Continental Breakfast
Room 525A Room 525B
Culture Governance and Civil Society
Presider and Discussant: Amy Tsang, Harvard University Presider and Discussant: Wei Zhao, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
What Does it Mean to Be “Rural” or “Urban”? Varying Perspectives on Place Identity among Chinese Internal Migrants Amy Tsang*, Harvard University 中国网民政治参与、生活满意度与政治认同感研究 岩 王*, 上海大学
The Hard Work of Feeding the Baby: Breastfeeding and Intensive Mothering in Contemporary Urban China Amy Hanser*, University of British Columbia; Jialin  Li, University of Illinois at Chicago The Rise of the Princelings in China: Career Advantages and Collective Elite Reproduction Tony Zhang*, University of Toronto
Collective Memory and China Studies: Intellectual Legitimacy and the Future Agenda Bin Xu, Emory University; Licheng Qian*, University of Virginia Research on the Social Management from the Perspective of “Coordinated Development” between the Society and the Economy Mingfang Tan*, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law
Consumption and Contested Memory: Chairman Mao as Commodity Licheng Qian*, University of Virginia NGOs, Populist Democracy, and New Forms of Citizenship in China Carolyn Hsu*, Colgate University
Humor as a Form of Networked Practice in the Chinese Cyber Public Sphere Mathew Yates, University of Oxford; Reza Hasmath*, University of Alberta The alternative press in China: A cultural sociology of the 2008 tainted baby milk scandal Haoyue Li*, SUNY, UNIVERSITY AT ALBANY
Places of shame in China: audience, perpetrators and discourse construction by the state Pik Man LIN*, University of Virginia 精准扶贫的地方探索与实践反思&The regional exploration and practice introspection of precise poverty alleviation Rupeng Guo*, East China University of Science and Technology
Remembering and Forgetting of a difficult past: repression, suppression, oppression and expression of collective memories of the Cultural Revolution Hexuan Zhang*, University of Virginia
10:15-10:25am Coffee/Tea Break
Education Stratification and Inequalities
Presider and Discussant: Sebastian Cherng, New York University Presider and Discussant: Min Zhou, UCLA
Discontinuous education experience of the migrant children and reproduction of class in China Liang SU*, Shanghai University From spinners to sitters:  Gendered labor and transition from manufacturing to service work during China’s industrial restructuring Yige Dong*, Johns Hopkins University
International Experiences and China Practices on Rural Educational Poverty Alleviation Cuie Zhang*, Huazhong Agricultural University Cumulative Inequality in Education Quality: A Comparative Research on Influential Factors of Key Schools Admission Qualification for Urban and Rural Students in Different Education Stages TIAN Beihai*, Huazhong Agricultural University
Allocation of resources in the construction of social pension service system in China Ding Jianding*, HUST Social capital in the creation of cultural capital– a study of cultural capital reproduction in urban China under Mao Danching Ruan*, Hong Kong Baptist University
Effects of family capital on student’s higher educational attainment: The mediating role of learning engagement Cui Huang*, Tsinghua University; Shutao Wang, Tsinghua University; Jun Su, Tsinghua University Market Transition, State Policies, and Income Inequality in Urban China, 2003-2013 Wei Zhao*, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Jun Xu, Ball State University
Getting the Teacher’s Attention: Social Class Differences in Parent-Teacher Communication in China and Implications for Students’ Experiences in the Classroom Natalie Young*, University of Pennsylvania What affects the quality of the survey data? — the empirical evidence from SUNS Shiying Gu*, Shanghai University; Wei Chen, Center for Applied Social and Economic Research (CASER),  The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
The Long Shadow of Early Adversity? Childhood Behavioral Problems and Educational Mobility in China’s Poorest Rural Communities Wensong Shen, University of Pennsylvania; Li-Chung Hu, National Chengchi University; Emily Hannum*, University of Pennsylvania
LUNCH BREAK 11:55am-1:10pm
Gender Health and Well-being
Presider and Discussant: Eileen Otis, University of Oregon Presider and Discussant: Lijun Song, University of Vanderbilt
Explaining Gender Gaps in Leisure and Sleep L. Luke Chao*, Purdue University Anti-poverty Practices and Experiences in China ZHONG Zhangbao*, Huazhong Agricultural University
More Chinese than Chinese: The Case of Cuban Cantonese Opera Singer Caridad Amaran Newman Wong*, Midwestern State University; Beverly  Stiles, Midwestern State University;  Claudia Montoya, Midwestern State University The Health Impact of Grandchild Care on Grandparents Yuanfei Li*, Department of Sociology, UAlbany, SUNY
Reconstructing Death Narrative: The Way to Development of Hospice Social Work Jie Wang*, East China University of Science and Technology
AN ANALYSIS OF IDENTITY IN MAXINE HONG KINGSTON’S THE WOMAN WARRIOR Cynthia  Zhang *, Central Washington University No country for old people? Elders’ perceptions toward own-aging, modernization and social change in China Donghui Wang*, The Pennsylvania State University
How Migration Affects Physical Health of Rural-origin Children in China Ji Shen*, Tsinghua University
2:20-2:30pm Coffee/Tea Break
Migration, Urbanization, and Quality of Life Organizations, Social Movements, and Social Change
Presider and Discussant: Yingyi Ma, Syracuse University Presider and Discussant: Bin Xu, Emory University
New Chinese Migrants in the Globalized World: Identity Formation and Sense of Belong Min Zhou*, University of California, Los Angeles The Research of Diverse Relief Subjects’ Behavior in “Society Aftershock” —According to the Case of Ludian Earthquake in Yunnan 岩 王*, 上海大学
The Glass Ceiling Facing Asian Americans in the 21st Century Bo Zhou*, University at Albany, SUNY The Structure and Governance of Employment Contracts in Chinese Family Farms Jianghong Wan*,  Huazhong Agricultural University
Saving Face and the Road to being Undocumented for Chinese immigrants in the US Jia-Lin Liu*, New York University; Sebastian Cherng, New York University Unrest Sunbelt:  Declining Rural Safety Net, Perceptions of Political Risk and Selective Radicalization of Labor Contention in China Zheng Fu*, HKUST
Rethinking Ethnic Categories and Boundary Formation from Cognitive Perspectives: Korean-Chinese in China and Korea Shiwei Chen*, Nanyang Technological University The Product(s) of Volunteers and Their Social Assistance Practices:from a perspective of citizenship Haiyan Cui*, Shanghai University
New-type Urbanization and the Transition of Migrant Workers in China: A New Subject Lihua Jiang*, Central China Normal University Relational Embeddedness or Informal Transactions: Explanations of Loan Guarantees in China Lisha Liu*, Cornell University
Who Can Integrate into Chinese Cities Successfully? A Study on Chinese Urban Population Lei hong*, Huazhong University of Science and Technology An Examination of the Current Status of Sino-Japanese Relations Wei Li*, FSU
The Strategic Adjustment of False Suburbanization in the Process of Chinese Urbanization Xiaojun*, Central China Normal University 论互害型社会 Zhang Shangen*, Southwest university of political science and law
4:20-4:30pm Coffee/Tea Break
4:30-6:00pm in Room 525A
Plenary Session: Sociology as a Discipline in Chinese Societies in the Era of Globalization
Organizer and Moderator: Xiaoling Shu, UC Davis
How to Get your First Research Project Funded in the U.S. and China?
  Zai LIANG, Professor of Sociology, SUNY Albany; Changjiang Scholar Chair Professor, Xi’an Jiaotong University
  Zeng LIN, Professor of Sociology of Education, Illinois State University; Chair of Department of Sociology, Wuhan University; Editor, Chinese Sociological Dialogue
  Xiaogang Wu, Professor of Sociology and Director of the Center for Applied Social and Economic Research, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; Editor, Chinese Sociological Review
  Min ZHOU, Professor of Sociology & Asian American Studies; Walter and Shirley Wang Endowed Chair in U.S.-China Relations and Communications; founding chair of Asian American Studies Department, UCLA; Lark Sye Chair Professor of Sociology, former Head of the Division of Sociology and Director of the Chinese Heritage Centre, Nanyang Technological University
6:30-8:30pm Dinner Banquet and Student Award