Fang, L., Li, B. & Cliff, T. (2021) Emergent Political Norms in Local State–Private Enterprise Relations during China’s Big Push for Poverty Reduction, American Behavioural Scientist. doi:10.1177/00027642211020050
Jiang T, Wang M.Y., Zhang, Y., Shi G. & Yan, D. (2021). What about the “stayers”: Examining China’s resettlement induced by large reservoir projects. Land, 10(2), 166. doi:10.3390/land10020166
Rogers, S., Wilmsen, B., Han, X., Wang, Z., Duan, Y., He, J., Li, J., Lin, W. & Wong, C.(2021), Scaling up agriculture? The dynamics of land transfer in inland China, World Development, 146. doi: 10.1016/j.worlddev.2021.105563
Tan, X., Lee, R., & Ruppanner, L. (2021). Profiling racial prejudice during COVID-19: Who exhibits anti-Asian sentiment in Australia and the United States? Australian Journal of Social Issues. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1002/ajs4.176
Tan, X., Ruppanner, L., & Wang, M. (2021). Gendered housework under China’s privatization: The evolving role of parents. Chinese Sociological Review. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1080/21620555.2021.1944081
Xu, Y., Li, B., & Huang, X. (2021). Outsiders to urban centric growth: dual social exclusion of migrant tenant farmers in China. Third World Quarterly. doi:10.1080/01436597.2021.1890992
Hu, D. What China’s Australia poll tells Aussie businesses about the Mainland Chinese market. Asialink Insights. 22 July, 2021. https://asialink.unimelb.edu.au/insights/what-chinas-australia-poll-tells-aussie-businesses-about-the-mainland-chinese-market
Hu, D. Public sentiment in China cools towards Australia. Pursuit. 1 July, 2021. https://pursuit.unimelb.edu.au/individuals/dr-diane-hu
Roche, G. Xinjiang Denialists Are Only Aiding Imperialism. The Nation. July 6, 2021. https://www.thenation.com/article/world/china-xinjiang-genocide-denial/
Tan, X. How does parental co-residence impact men’s and women’s housework time? (In Chinese). Ms. Muses. August 25, 2021. https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/cDB0UKAgFOj1Ih3rcDmc0Q
Tan, X.,& Ruppanner, L. As China ages, another consequence looms for women and housework. South China Morning Post. July 24, 2021 https://www.scmp.com/comment/opinion/article/3142107/china-ages-another-consequence-looms-women-and-housework
Monica Tan has been awarded the Arts Collaborative Seed Funding (AU$15,000) for the project ‘From Nation-to-Nation Pandemic Politics to Xenophobia: Anti-Chinese Sentiment in the West and Anti-Foreigner Sentiment in China’; in collaboration with Leah Ruppanner (School of Social and Political Sciences), Rennie Lee (University of Queensland), and Dan (Diane) Hu (Australian Studies Centre, Beijing Foreign Studies University).
Lei Yu has been awarded the Faculty’s Collaboration Seed Funding (AU$14,715) for the project ‘Academic integrity and transnational practices: a study of Chinese postgraduate research students during and after their overseas education in Australia’, in collaboration with Jun Fu (Melbourne Graduate School of Education) and Qiuping Pan (School of Foreign Languages, Shenzhen Technology University China) .
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