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Biography

Prof. Li Zhang

Chinese University of Political Science and Law, China

Professor of Sociology


Email: lzhang@cupl.edu.cn


Qualifications

2007  Ph.D. in Sociology, Texas A&M University-College Station, TX, USA

2002  M.A. in Sociology, Huazhong University of Sci. & Tech., Wuhan, China

1999  B.A. in Social Work, China Youth College for Political Sciences, Beijing, China


Publications (Selected)

  1. Zhang, Li, Dudley L. Poston, Michael Alvard and Christopher Cherry. 2013. "Cultural Inheritance and Fertility Outcomes: An Analysis from Evolutionary and Interdisciplinary Perspectives." International Journal of Population Research 2013 (340719): 1-10.
  2. Flores, Nadia and Li Zhang. 2012. “The Role of Social Networks in Determining Earnings.” Sociology Mind, Vol.2, No. 2: 235-246 (Authors have contributed equally to this paper and are listed alphabetically by family names).
  3. Zhang, Li and Alex McIntosh. 2011. “Children’s Weight Status and Maternal and Paternal Feeding Practices.” Journal of Child Health Care, Vol. 15, No. 4: 389-400.
  4. Zhang, Li. 2011. “Farm Dependence and Population Change in China.” Population Research and Policy Review, 30:751–779.
  5. Dudley L. Poston, Jr., Wadha Saeed Khamis Alnuaimi, and Li Zhang. 2011. “The Social Demography of China’s Muslims.” Modern China Studies, Vol. 18, No.1: 14-71.
  6. Zhang, Li. 2010. Male Fertility Patterns and Determinants: An Analysis from A Gendered Perspective. New York: Springer Publisher. (Book)
  7. Poston, Jr., Dudley L. and Li Zhang. 2010. " China’s Unbalanced Sex Ratio at Birth: How Many Surplus Boys Have Been Born since the 1980s?" Chapter 3 (pp. 57-69) in Joseph Tucker, Dudley L. Poston, Qiang Ren, Baochang Gu, Xiaoying Zheng, Stephanie Wang, and Chris Russell (editors), Gender Policy and HIV in China: Catalyzing Policy Change. New York, NY: Springer Publisher. (Book Chapter)
  8. Poston, Jr., Dudley L., Li Zhang, David J. Gotcher and Yuan Gu. 2009. “The Effect of Climate on Migration: United States, 1995-2000.” Social Science Research 38(3):743-753.
  9. Zhang, Li. 2008. “Religious Affiliation, Religiosity, and Male and Female Fertility.” Demographic Research, Vol. 18: 233-262.
  10. Poston, Jr., Dudley L. and Li Zhang. 2008. "Ecological Analysis of Permanent and Temporary Migration Streams in China in the 1990s." Population Research and Policy Review, Vol. 27: 689-712.
  11. Zhang, Li. 2006. “Internal Migration in China and Its Contextual Determinants.” Pp. 95-111 in Demography in Transition: Emerging Trends in Population Studies. Edited by Amanda K. Baumle. London: Cambridge Scholars Press. (Book Chapter)
  12. Zhang, Li, Xiaotian Feng and Qingsong Zhang. 2005. “Changing Patterns of Desired Fertility.” Pp. 89-109 in Fertility, Family Planning and Population Policy in China, edited by Dudley L. Poston, Che-Fu Lee, Chiungfang Chang, Sherry L. Mckibben and Carol Walther. London: Routledge Press. (Book Chapter)
  13. Zhang, Li and Xiaotian Feng. 2001. “Challenges of WTO Membership to Chinese Local Governmental Management.” In WTO and Governmental Administration. Edited by the Hubei Ministry. Hubei: Hubei People’s Press. (Book Chapter)
  14. Zhang, Li, and Xiaotian Feng. 2000. “The Third Sector’s Emergence and Its Social Functions in Transforming China.” Social Science of Shanghai, No.9.
  15. Zhang, Li. 2000. “The Third Sector and Chinese Community Welfare Services.” Chinese Welfare Forum, No.6.
  16. Zhang, Li. 2000. “The Effects of Scientific Awards on Scientists’ Mobility and Stratification.” Chinese Awards for Science and Technology, No.4.


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