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Xiao Hong




Hong XIAO 

Associate Professor 
PhD (Sociology, 1998)
The University of Connecticut at Storrs
 

Contact:
Ph. 6790 4285
Fax. 6794-6303
Email: xiaohong@ntu.edu.sg
Curriculum Vitae (in pdf)  
Publication List and Curriculum Vitae: http://nanyang.academia.edu/HongXiao  
  
 
Research Interests: 
Social inequality, culture and values, families, generational cohort, gender, domestic violence, environmental awareness and knowledge
 
 
Courses:
HS1001: Person and Society
HS2028: Graying Society
HS3016: Comparative Societies
HS4008: Social Institutions of Contemporary China
HS7002: Classical Sociological Theory and Research 
 
 
Selected Publications: 
 
Xiao, Hong and Jaynina Smith-Prince. 2015. “Disclosure of Childhood Sex Abuse: The Case of Pacific Islanders.” Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, Vol. 24, No 4, 369-384.
 
Chenyang Li and Hong Xiao. 2014. Overseas Chinese and the Growing Influence of Chinese Philosophy (全球华人和中国哲学的世界性). Journal of Sun Yatsen University (Social Science Edition) (中山大学学报:社会科学版) Vol. 54, No 1, 111-117.
 
Chenyang Li and Hong Xiao. 2014. Reflections on Tang Jun Yis Idea of Re-rooting in Foreign Soil”(反思唐君毅先生的‘灵根自植’). Pp 294-305 in Confucianism: Current Development and Future Outlook (《儒学的当前发展与未来前瞻》) edited by Jing Haifeng (景海峰主编) . Beijing (北京): The Peoples Publishing House (人民出版社)
 
Xiao, Hong. 2013. “Knowledge Gaps on Water Issues and Consumption Habits in At-risk Chinese Cities.” International Journal of China Studies , Vol. 4, No 3, 327-341

2013. Chenyang Li and Hong Xiao. “Chinese Diaspora as People of Their Own Countries and Chinese Philosophy as World Philosophy.” Chinese Studies, Vol. 31, No 2, 63-83

2013. Xiao, Hong and Chenyang Li. “China’s Meritocratic Examinations and the Ideal of Virtuous Talents.” In Daniel Bell and Chenyang Li eds The Idea of Political Meritocracy. Cambridge University Press, pp 340-362

2012. Xiao, Hong. “Social Stratification and Parental Values in Chinese Political Economy.” In Chan Kwok Bun ed. International Handbook on Chinese Families, Springer, pp 277-287

2012. Xiao, Hong, and Jeanne Blackburn. “Responding to Domestic Violence: Does Gender Matter?” In Angela Browne-Miller ed. Violence and Abuse in Society, Vol. 4, Praeger, pp 185-194

2005. Xiao, Hong. “Value Priorities and Human Rights Policy: A Comparison between China and Western Nations.” Journal of Human Values. Vol. 11, No 2, 87-102, 2005

2005. Xiao, Hong, and Chenyang Li. “Ethics and Leadership: A Comparison of Hobbesian Men, Gilliganian Women, and Confucian Asians.” East-West Connections: Review of Asian Studies, Vol. 5, No 1, 107-114

2001. Xiao, Hong. Child-rearing Values in the United States and China: A Comparison of Belief Systems and Social Structure. Praeger

2000. Xiao, Hong. “Social Class, Gender, and Parental Values in the 1990s.” Gender & Society. Vol. 14, No 6, 785-803

2000. Xiao, Hong. “Structure of Childrearing Values in Urban China.” Sociological Perspectives. Vol. 43, No 3, 457-71

1999. Xiao, Hong. "Independence and Obedience: An Analysis of Socialization Values in the United States and China." Journal of Comparative Family Studies. Vol. 30, No 4, 641-57

1999. Xiao, Hong and Nancy Andes. “Sources of Parental Values.” Journal of Human Values. Vol. 5, No 2, 157-67