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Liu Zhijun- Lecturer

 

Email Address:  Liuzhijun@zju.edu.cn

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Lecturer, Dept. of Sociology, Zhejiang University.

Deputy Director, Social Research Center, Zhejiang University.

 

Experience:

08/2007-08/2008 Visiting Scholar. HARVARD-YENCHING INSTITUTE, USA.

04/2006-10/2006 Visiting Scholar. KIEL UNIVERSITY, GERMANY.

09/2004-06/2005 Visiting Fellow. INST. FOR INTL. RESEARCH AT HOPKINS-NANJING CENTER.

07/2003-Present Lecturer. DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY, ZHEJIANG UNIVERSITY.

06/1994-08/1997  MONKEY KING CORPORATION GROUP, Changsha, China

Manger Assistant, Changsha Subsidiary Company. 

 

Education Background:

09/2000-06/2003 SUN YAT-SEN UNIVERSITY, Guangzhou, China      

                   Ph.D. Candidate in Cultural Anthropology.

09/2001-06/2002 JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY-NANJING UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR CHINESE AND AMERICAN STUDIES, Nanjing, China. Graduate-level program.

09/1997-07/2000 SOUTH -CENTRAL U. FOR NATIONALITIES, Wuhan, China

                   M.A. in Ethnology.

09/1991-06/1994 SOUTH-CENTRAL U. FOR NATIONALITIES, Wuhan, China

                  Associate Degree in Arts.

 

MAIN ACADEMIC PROJECTS:

03/2010  Chair, Parent-Children Dynamics among Migrant Families, funded by Beingmate Corporation Group.

12/2009  Chair, Returned Migrant Children in Central and West China: General Situation, Problems and Countermeasures, funded by China Education Department.

09/2006  Chair, Social Impact of the Relief & Regulation System: A Case Study of Zhejiang , funded by Social Science Union of Zhejiang Province.

 

PUBLICATIONS

1.    Liu, Zhijun and Chen, Jiaojiao (2010). “From Dual System to Dual Standard: A Probe into the Zhejiang Model of Social Security for Migrant Workers”. Journal of South-Central University for Nationalities, No.3.

2.    Liu, Zhijun and Zhou, Bo (2009). “Problems and Countermeasures of Relief & Administration System: A Case Study of Zhejiang”. Journal of Guangxi University for Nationalities, No. 6.

3.    Liu, Zhijun (2009). “On Protection of Intangible Cultural Heritage: An Anthropological Perspective”. Journal of Zhejiang University (Humanities and Social Sciences), No. 5.

4.    Liu, Zhijun (2009). “Liushou Children in a Chinese Village: Childhood Apart from Parents”. Chinese Sociology and Anthropology, Vol. 41, no. 3.

5.    Liu, Zhijun and Shen, Yifei (2008). “Rethinking Development of China: Social and Cultural Perspectives”, Journal of Guangxi University for Nationalities, No. 4.

6.    Liu, Zhijun (2008). “On the Definition and Quantity of Liushou Children in China”. Journal of Guangxi University for Nationalities, No. 3.

7.    Liu, Zhijun (2008). “Controversy on the Value of Human Security”. Journal of Zhejiang University (Humanities and Social Sciences), No. 2.

8.    Liu, Zhijun (2007). Rural Urbanization and Religious Transformation: A Case Study of Zhangdian Town. Social Science Literature Press.

9.    Zhou, Daming and Zhou, Jianxin, Liu, Zhijun (2007). “Free” Marginalized City Residents: An Investigation into Casual Workers in South-East China. Sun Yat-sen University Press.

10.  Liu, Zhijun and Liu, Minquan (2006) “Human Security: Definitions and Connotations”. International Observation, No. 1.

11.   Liu, Zhijun and Liu, Minquan (2006) “The Measurement and Realization of Human Security”. Forum of International Issues, Spring edition.

12.  Liu, Zhijun. On Bird Flu and Beyond: A Human Security PerspectiveGlobal AsiaVol. 1., No. 1. Sept. 2006. http://globalasia.org/pdf/issue1/LiuZhijun.pdf.