Jin Jun

Jun Jin, University of Minnesota (Twin Cities) Ph.D.

 

Research fields: environmental sociology, transitional sociology, political sociology, and social movements.

Teaching courses: Introduction to Sociology, Environmental Sociology

Recent Publications:

2010, “Institutionalized Official Hostility and Protest Leader Logic: A case study of a long-term Chinese peasants’ collective protest at Dahe Dam,” in Jeff Broadbent and Vickie Brockman, ed. East Asian Social Movements: Power, Protest and Change in a Dynamic Region, Springer Press

2010, “The Reach of Danwei Mobilization: An analysis on urban residents’ charitable giving to Project Hope (danwei dongyuan de xiaoli yu xiandu: dui woguo chengshi jumin xiwang gongcheng juankuan xingwei de shehuixue fenxi)” (coauthored with BI Xiangyan, MA Mingjie, and HE Jiangsui), Sociological Review (shehuixue yanjiu) No.6: 149-177 

2009, “From Realistic Conflicts to Nonrealistic Conflicts (cong xianshixing chongtu dao feixianshixing chongtu)”, Teahouse for Sociologists (shehuixuejia chazuo), No. 4: 95-100

2008, “Interest Expression of Fragmented Grassroots: Chinese Environmental NGOs in ‘Angry River Campaign’(suipianhua zhong de dicengbiaoda: yunnan shuidian kaifa zhong de minjian huanbao zuzui)(with Jiangsui HE),” Xuehai, 2008, No. 4: 145-58

Current Researches:

“Social Participation of Climate Change Politics in China”

“Comparing Climate Change Policy Network-China Case”

“Study on Chinese Societal Development”

“Cell-phone Usage and Social Integration of Migrants’ Children: Case studies on middle School in Beijing”