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Jing Zhang  Professor
   Specialty: Sociology
Expertise Field:

Political Sociology, Sociology of Law, Transition of Chinese Society.

   Email: zhangj58#gmail.com
   Appointment  :
  Professor, since August 2001, Dept. of Sociology, Peking University
  Associate Professor, since August 1996, Dept. of Sociology, Peking University;
  Lectureship, since September 1987, Dept. of Sociology, Renmin University of China;
   Education :
  Ph.D in Sociology, Chinese University of Hong Kong ,1995
  MA in Law, Department of Sociology, Nankai University,1987
  BA in Philosophy, Department of Philosophy , Sichuan University,1982
   Book :
  Problems of Rural Level Governance in China, ( Zhejiang Remin Press,2000; Shanghai Century Publisher,2006).
  Corporatism, (China Social Sciences Press,1998,2005).
  Study Note at Harvard (China High Education Press, 2005)
  The Unit of Organised Interests, (China Social Sciences Press, 2002)
   Ed. :
  Ed.,Civic Justice in transitional China,(Ren Min University Press,2008)
  Ed., Citizen Status Identity: Idea, Attitude, Certification, (Beijing Century View Press, 2006, in process).
  Ed., The State and Society, ( Zhejiang Remin Press,China,1998).
   Essay :
  Public and Private: Mixed Identity towards Different Norm, Huazhong ShiDa Journal, 2005,Vol. 5;
  Two-Way for Integration order: a Case of Land Dispute, Sociology Studies, 2005,Vol.5
  The Uncertainty of Norms, Guo XingHua ed., Law and Society, Renmin University Press, 2004, pp40-62;
  Class Politics vs “Danwei” Politics, Open Times, 2003,Vol.2;
  The State Building and Autonomy of Village: Issues Review, Open Time, 2003,Vol.5, October; pp1-10;
  Social Movement in Australia, Sociologist,2002,Vol.1 p101。
  Social Transition and the Role of Intellectuals on Humanities, The Developments of Science and Technology and Humanities Reconstruction, 2002,pp103-118;
  The Role of Labor Union in the View of Corperatism , Study on Labor Union, Vol.1,2001,p1-9;
  Some Epistemological Meanings from "Regreg Event", Tsinghua Sociological Review, December, 2000; pp106-131;
  Governance at Village by Customary Law ( Xianggui and Minyue ), Peking University Law Review,Vol.2, No.1, 1999; pp4-48;
  History: Resource and Change of Authority in Village, Open Time, Vol.5-6, 1999, pp21-28;
   Publication in English :
  Resolution Mechanisms for Land Rights Disputes, in D.S.Davis and Wang Feng eds., Creating Wealth and Poverty in Postsocialist China, Stanford University Press,2009,pp126-142;
  Social Discourse,Changes in Legitimacy Justifications,in Chinese Sociology and Anthropology, vol. 41, no. 2 (winter 2008-9)
  The Growing Social Foundation of Public Sphere: Case Analysis of a District Dispute in Shanghai,Judy Howell ed., Governance in China, Chapter 7, pp121-142, Rowman and Littlefield Publishers , 2005;
  The Uncertainty of Land Use Rules: An Interpretative Framework of Sociology of Law , Social Sciences in China, Winter 2004, pp36-47;
  Book Review: Social Power and Legal Culture: Litigation Masters in Late Imperial China, (by Melissa Macauley, Stanford University Press, 1998), The China Journal ( Australia National University), January, 2000, p219;