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Department of Sociology

Wang Jianmin

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Jianmin Wang

Personal

Ph.D. & Associate Professor

Department of Sociology

School of Sociology and Psychology

Central University of Finance and Economics

39 South College Road, Haidian District

Beijing, P.R. China. 100081

E-mail: Wangjmsoc@163.com

Education and Career

2003 B.A. Sociology, Heilongjiang University, China

2008 Ph.D. Sociology, Jilin University, China

2015.8-2015.8 Visiting Scholar, Department of Political Science, Duke University

Areas of Interests

Sociological Theory, History of Chinese Sociology, Modernity and Social Change, Internet and Society

Classes Taught

History of Chinese Sociology, History of Chinese Social Thoughts, Western Sociological Theory

Research Topics at Present

I have two ongoing projects. One is to study the rising of Internet Society in China and its influences on daily life, especially focusing on the change of macro-mentality since 1978. The other one is about the contributions of Yanjing School in early Chinese sociology and the contemporary meaning of it. This research will rethink the publications of some famous Chinese sociologists and anthropologists, especially Wenzao Wu, Xiaotong Fei and Yaohua Lin.

(The original publications were all in Chinese.)

Books

Wang, Jianmin. 2012. Flowing Symbolic Boundaries betweenUrbanandRuralAreas in China, Beijing: Guangming Daily Press.  

Liu, Shaojie and Jianmin Wang (eds.). 2012. Study Report of Internet Society in China (2013). Beijing: China Renmin University Press.

Liu, Shaojie, Shuixiong Wang, and Jianmin Wang (eds.). 2013. The History of Western Economic Sociology, Beijing: China Renmin University Press.

Liu, Shaojie and Jianmin Wang (eds.). 2013. Study Report of Internet Society in China (2013). Beijing: China Renmin University Press.

Liu, Shaojie and Jianmin Wang (eds.). 2014. Study Report of Internet Society in China (2014). Beijing: China Renmin University Press.

Liu, Shaojie and Jianmin Wang (eds.). 2015. Study Report of Internet Society in China (2015). Beijing: China Renmin University Press.

Main Articles

Wang, Jianmin.2005. “Subject Differentiation of Modernity and the Integration of Sociological Research Paradigms.” Chinese Journal of Sociology (5), 39-57.

Liu Shaojie, and Wang, Jianmin. 2006. “Reflexivity on the Construction of Modern Society: Interpretation of Western Social Construction Theories.” Studies and Exploration (3), 48-55.

Wang, Jianmin.2007. “The Contradiction of Modernity and Post-modernity in Chinese Society.” Social Science Review (2), 72-76.

Wang, Jianmin. 2008. “The Symbolic and Dualistic Structure in Social Transition: A Micro-power Analysis Based on the Migrant Workers.” Chinese Journal of Sociology (2), 77-111.

Wang, Jianmin. 2009. “Symbolic Distinction between Rural and Urban Areas in China: From the Perspective of Body.” Jianghai Academic Journal (3), 131-137.

Wang, Jianmin. 2009. “Symbolic Distinction between Rural and Urban Areas in China: From the Perspective of Space.” Studies and Practices (5), 109-113.

Wang, Jianmin. 2010 “Space and Hierarchy Order: Zygmunt Bauman’s Thoughts on Globalization.” Heilongjiang Social Science (5), 134-137.

Wang, Jianmin. 2010. “Migrant Workers: The Flowing Boundary between Urban Areas and Rural Areas in China.” Reform of Economic System (3), 85-88.

Wang, Jianmin. 2010 “Objective Modernity and Expressive Modernity: An Understanding of Chinese Society in Transition.” Jianghai Academic Journal (3), 130-134.

Wang, Jianmin. 2012. “How does the Anti-paternalism Come into Being: A Historical Analysis from Sociological Perspective.” Jianghai Academic Journal (2), 110-115.

Wang, Jianmin.2012. “Social Mentality behind the ‘Invert Labeling’.” Journal of Beijing University of Technology (4), 1-7.  

Wang, Jianmin. 2013. “The Relationship between Individual and Family in Social Transformation: Sociological Interpretation of ‘Washing Dirty Linen in Public’.” The Journal of Humanities (9), 99-104.

Wang, Jianmin. 2013. “Individuality and Social Solidarity of Chinese Society in Transformation.” Thinking (3), 79-83.

Wang, Jianmin. 2013. “The Individual Freedom and Loneliness in the Age of Internet: A Perspective of Social Theory.” Tianjin Social Science (3), 74-79.

Book Reviews

Wang, Jianmin. 2006. “Field: the End of Grand Society? Reading Bourdieu and Wacquant’s An Invitation to Reflexive Sociology.” Studies and Practices (7), 101-106.

Wang, Jianmin. 2009. “What Kind of Sociology to Construct: Reading Zygmunt Bauman’s Modernity and the Holocaust.” Morality and Civilization (2), 57-60.

Wang, Jianmin. 2009. “The Symbolic Implication of Consumer Society: Reading Baudrillard’s Consumer Society.” Journal of Central University of Finance and Economics (12), 76-78.

Wang, Jianmin. 2009. “The Construction and Domination of “Modernity”: Reading Hygienic Modernity.” Chinese Journal of Sociology (3), 175-181.

Wang, Jianmin. 2011. “To Change the World in Participatory Action: Reading Feagin and Vera’s Liberation Sociology.” Chinese Journal of Sociology (6), 224-235.

Other Short Articles

Wang, Jianmin. 2008. “Binary Social Space in Chinese Society”, Sociologist Teahouse (3), 61-63.

Wang, Jianmin. 2011. “The Process of Social Differentiation from Social Structure to Mentality.” Sociologist Teahouse (2), 86-87.

Wang, Jianmin. 2011. “Conquest in Imagination: The Social Structural Factors behind Internet Public Opinions. Sociologist Teahouse (4), 28-30.

Wang, Jianmin. 2012. “Reflexivity on the Tendency of Social Individualization based on the Phenomenon of Anti-paternalism Authority.” Chinese Social Sciences Weekly (Aug. 10).

Zhao Jin, and Wang, Jianmin.2012. “How can the Mass Media to Guide the Social Emotion?” Youth Journalist (4)35-38.

Wang, Jianmin. 2014. “Injurious Behaviors in Chinese Society.” Sociologist Teahouse (1).

Translations

Wang, Jianmin (translator).2014 Classical Sociological Theory (6th edition) by George Ritzer, Beijing: World Publishing Corporation.

Wang, Jianmin (main translator).2014. SOC (International Student Edition) by Jon Witt. Beijing: People’s Posts and Telecommunications Press.

Honors & Awards

2010  Excellent Discipline Class Adviser, Central University of Finance and Economics.

2010  Excellent Tutor for Undergraduate Student, School of Social Development in Central University of Finance and Economics.

2011  Education Pioneer, Central University of Finance and Economics.