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Gender role attitudes and male-female income differences in China

By investigating deep-rooted cultural norms, this paper explores whether and how traditional gender role attitudes impact income gaps between men and women and identifies causal effects via instrumental variab...

8 July 2020, 8:00 am
Early life adversity and health inequality: a dual interaction model

This article examines the impact of early life adversity on health inequality from a life course perspective. We develop a dual interaction model that considers how both the frequency as well as the duration o...

6 July 2020, 8:00 am
Socio-economic inequalities in modern Russia and their perception by the population

This paper focuses on the objective situation regarding inequalities and their subjective perception by the population in Russia in recent years. It is shown that socio-economic inequalities are currently perc...

1 July 2020, 8:00 am
“Mixed” subjective class identity: a new interpretation of Chinese class identity

This article investigates factors influencing the subjective class identity of Chinese people and the bias of this identity using data from the Chinese General Social Survey in 2010 and 2013. In contrast with ...

28 June 2020, 8:00 am
Why workers’ turnover is so high: managed flexibility and the intermediary chain of China’s migrant labor market

Looking at how the global factories organize and control their labor forces sustainably and effectively, a considerable number of studies have focused on the politics of production but have seldom discussed th...

18 June 2020, 8:00 am

The Journal of Chinese Sociology

《中国社会学杂志》(The Journal of Chinese Sociology )由中国社会科学院社会学研究所主办,《社会学研究》编辑部和全球第一大科技图书出版公司施普林格(Springer)出版集团倾力打造,是中国大陆第一家英文社会学学术期刊。杂志致力于促进中国社会学学科的发展并推动世界各国对中国社会的社会学研究。通过提供高质量的学术产品和服务,杂志旨在为中国社会学者及其国外同行的学术交流和合作打造一个国际一流的学术平台。《中国社会学杂志》实施双向匿名同行评议制度,欢迎来自社会学各个领域及采用社会学视角的人类学、经济学、法学、政治学、历史学、心理学等各学科的高质量研究。

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