SOCIOLOGY IN CHINA

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Sociology in China


In the People's Republic of China, the study of sociology has been developing steadily since its reestablishment in 1979 (it has been previously banned by communist authorities as a bourgeois pseudoscience). Chinese sociology has a strong focus on applied sociology, and has become an important source of information for Chinese policymakers.


Sociology in China History


Sociology became a subject of academic interest in China in 1920s.[1]

However, sociology suffered another setback in China after the Tiananmen Square protest in 1989.[2] Sociology was seen as a politically sensitive discipline, and was replaced in the role of primary social science state adviser by economics.[2] In the recent years, with socio-economic policies such as the socialist harmonious society, sociology has been coming back to graces with Chinese policy makers.[2]


Sociology in China Institutions


As of 2008, Chinese universities and social science academies (such as the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences) employ over 6,000 sociologists and their programs offer 74 bachelor’s degrees in sociology, 87 master’s degrees, and 16 doctoral degrees.[1][2]

China has two premier [1]


Sociology in China Focus and research


Chinese sociology, since its reestablishment in 1979, concentrates on [2]

In 2003, a large [2]

Chinese sociology has also been steadily moving from overemphasis on Marxism (see also Maoism and Marxist sociology).[2]

On the other hand, there is a notable lack of theoretical research in Chinese sociology, as it is still looked upon unfavorably by the state.[2]


Sociology in China See also



Sociology in China Further reading


  • Yanjie Bian. “Sociological Research on Reform-Era China,” Issues & Studies (2003) 38/39: 139–174.
  • Xueguang Zhou and Xiaomei Pei. “Chinese Sociology in a Transitional Society,” Contemporary Sociology (1997) 26: 569–572.
  • Nan Lin, Victor Nee, William Parish, and Elena Yu. “The Development of Sociology in China: A Delegation Report,” Ford Foundation (1993)
  • Anthony Oberschall, Teaching Sociology in China, China Exchange News, v14 n3 p5-8 Sep, 1986
  • Alice S. Rossi, ed. Sociology and Anthropology in the People’s Republic of China: Report of a Delegation Visit, (National Academy Press, 1985).
  • Lucie Cheng and Alvin So. 1983. “The Reestablishing of Sociology in the PRC: Toward the Signification of Marxian Sociology,” Annual Review of Sociology (1983) 9: 471–498.
  • Maurice Freedman, Sociology in China: A Brief Survey, School of Oriental and African Studies, 1962 (JSTOR)

Sociology in China References


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i Yanjie Bian, Lei Zhang, Sociology in China, Contexts Magazine, Vol. 7, No. 3, Summer 2008, pp. 20-25
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Xiaogang Wu, Between Public and Professional: Chinese Sociology and the Construction of a Harmonious Society, ASA Footnotes, May–June 2009 Issue • Volume 37 • Issue 5


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