讲座与演讲

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  • 2011-15
  • 2006-10
  • 2000-05
  • Before 2000

Xiangqun Chang was regarded as an excellent teacher when she was a university lecturer in China, however in the UK she does not hold a formal teaching post. As well as playing a role as co-supervisor for Masters and PhD students, acting as internal and external PhD examiner, providing advice to the CCPN team members worldwide at all levels, she also gives seminars and lectures, and often participates in conferences.

Based on her research work Xiangqun Chang has given more than 40 seminars and lectures in recent years. It is expected that they will be published as  two essay collections which are entitled: Study of Fei Xiaotong’s theories and restudies on Kaixiangong Village (Vol. 1); and China Studies and Relationship Research on China (Vol. 2), due to be published in 2014, by the Social Science Academic Press.

Below is a list of selected talks and lectures that Xiangqun Chang gave in the past years:       

2011-15

  • 2013 'How a Chinese community is lost in London: an analysis with ‘lishang-wanglai Model’, a seminar at School of Social and Political Sciences University of Glasgow, by the Scottish Centre for China Research, 7th March
  • 2013 'How do Migrants from the BRICS Countries Participate in Shaping the Global Society? An overview', presented at International conference 'How do Migrants from the BRICS Countries Participate in Shaping the Global Society?', at LSE, 2nd March,
  • 2013 'How an alternative ‘China model’ (Lishang-wanglai 礼尚往来) can help in understanding the uncertain world',  Departments of  Accounting & Finance, and Department of Management,  University of Bristol, 12th Feb,
  • 2012 'Guanxi China or Renqing China – understanding Chinese society with the concept of “lishang-wanglai”, a lecture at Department of Sociology, National Taiwan University (NTU), 8th Nov
  • 2012 How China participates in shaping the global society - from the operational mechanism of "Lishang-wanglai” model, a lecture at the Department of Sociology, National Chengchi University (NCCU), 7th Nov
  • 2012 How China participates in shaping the global society - from the operational mechanism of "Lishang-wanglai” model, a lecture at the Institute of International Relations (IIR), National Chengchi University (NCCU), 6th Nov
  • 2012 'Guanxi China or Renqing China – understanding Chinese society with the concept of “lishang-wanglai”, a paper presented it at the conference entitled Resourcefulness, relationships and Chinese management thoughts, Shih Hsin University, Taiwan, 2-4 November
  • 2012 'Guanxi China or Renqing China – understanding Chinese society with the concept of “lishang-wanglai”, lecture at Department humanity and sociology, College of Hakka studies, National Chiao Tung University (NCTU), Taiwan, 1st Nov
  • 2012 How an alternative ‘China model’ (Lishang-wanglai 礼尚往来) can help in understanding the uncertain world, a seminar on the 15th Oct, at The Centre of Chinese Studies, SOAS
  • 2012 'Chinese community building in the UK and building global society, the 5th International Forum for Contemporary Chinese Studies (IFCCS5): Contending Models for China’s Future Development --- Society Building and Governance, Beijing University of Technology (BJUT), China, 8-9 August
  • 2012 'Conceptualization of Chinese concepts (e.g. lishang-wanglai) and making a theoretical contribution to human knowledge', a seminar at the Institute of Sociology, Chinese Academy of Social Science (CASS), China 11 July
  • 2012 'How China participates in shaping global society: analyzing its operation mechanism with lishang-wanglai', a seminar in the Department of Sociology, Tsinghua University, China, 9th July
  • 2012 Closing remarks at the 8th annual conference of social networks and relationship management research----Social management innovation and corporate social responsibility, Tsinghua University, China, 6-8 July
  • 2012 'How lishang-wanglai model can be applied in implementing international laws in China', at the seminar on 'The "receptor approach" to implement international human rights obligations in China', co-orgnised by the Netherlands School of Human Rights Research, International Law Institute of CASS and Shandong University, Utrecht University, 22-23 June
  • 2011 How a Chinese model of reciprocity and social networks (lishang-wanglai) shape the global society? a paper presented at the panel on “Network and relationship studies on China” in the 4th International Forum for Contemporary China Studies (IFCCS4), University of Nottingham, 11-13 September
  • 2011 Chinese migrants’ participation in making centres - cases of Yaohan Plaza, Oriental City and Pacific Plaza, In MARGINS/CENTRES: A workshop in honour of Professor Stephan Feuchtwang, the Seligman Library, LSE, 27-28 June
  • 2011 ‘Lishang-wanglai’: a key to understanding the ‘China model’, School of East Asian Studies (SEAS), University of Sheffield, 23 Feb   

2006-10

  • 2010 From chaxugeju (差序格局) to lishang-wanglai (礼尚往来): -- a social-cultural perspective on the “China model”, in a conference entitled  “Understanding China and Engaging with Chinese People --- Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of Professor Fei Xiaotong‘s Birth”, LSE, 5th to 8th December  
  • 2010 “China model” (lishang-wanglai): -- A socio-cultural perspective, King's China Institute, King's College London, 24 Nov. 
  • 2010 ‘Lishang-wanglai’: a key to understanding the ‘China model’, The academic society 'China in Focus', University of Warwick, 23 Nov. [on YouTube]
  • 2010 “China model” (lishang-wanglai): -- A socio-cultural perspective, China Policy Institute (CPI), School of Contemporary Chinese Studies, International House, University of Nottingham, 16th Nov. 
  • 2010 The China Model: current economic developments on mainland China, together with Professor Athar Hussein and Dr Kent Deng, Confucius Institute for Business London public debate, LSE, 2nd Nov. 
  • 2010 Comparative perspectives and methodological implications of a Chinese model of reciprocity (lishang-wanglai), a paper presented at the International Interdisciplinary Colloquium: New migrants from the BRIC Countries, Anglo-Chinese Managers in the UK & Entrepreneurial Capacity in the UK and Chinese High-Tech Firms, LSE, 6th August
  • 2009  'How to conceptulise a concept from the study of Chinese society - a case of lishang-wanglai', School of Sociology, Shenyang Normal University, 26 September  
  • 2009 “‘Lishang-wanglai’ model in Chinese Entrepreneur Orientation and Relationships in Yangtze Delta Region”, a paper for The First International Conference of the Advanced Study on China - Chinese Entrepreneur Orientations and Relationships in Yangtze Delta Region, Nanjing University, China, 25-26 March 
  • 2009 “Differentiating ‘Advanced Studies on China’ from ‘China Studies’ Contextualising the Research and Its Methodology (in Chinese; the English version forthcoming), a paper for The First International Conference of the Advanced Study on China - Chinese Entrepreneur Orientations and Relationships in Yangtze Delta Region, Nanjing University, China, 25-26 March 
  • 2008 Making ‘Chinese civil society of social sciences’ along with the global civil society, 'Inauguration Ceremony and Advanced Forum on Social Science in the age of Globalisation' of the IAS-Fudan, Shanghai, China. 6-8 Dec 
  • 2008 ‘A case study on family division in rural China - how family networks are divided together with other properties’, Anthropology of East and Inner Asia Seminar, LSE, 26 June
  • 2007 Social creativity and village cadres practice in a Chinese village, Centre of Chinese Studies Seminar, SOAS, 13th December.
  • 2007 ‘What the Study of Chinese Relations can offer to General Knowledge - from Guanxi to Lishang-wanglai?’, LSESU China Development Society Seminar, LSE, 5th December.
  • 2007 How do “self-managed, adjustable family based networks” operate? -- a case study on family division in a Chinese village, Diversity Awareness Week, The Bloomsbury Colleges, University of London, 13 Nov. 
  • 2007 "Lishang-wanglai: A Chinese Model of Social Relations and Relatedness", International Colloquium on New Discourses in Contemporary China, Lancaster University, 20-21 september.
  • 2007 "Lishang-wanglai model of the relationship between individual, society (community, institutions) and state”, a paper presented at the International Symposium "Symbiosis and harmony -- the development and the future of Chinese society", the 19th Conference of the Japanese and Chinese Sociological Association, Nihon Fukushi University, Nagoya, Japan, 2-3rd June.
  • 2007 “Two “Fei Xiaotong”s, two “State”s and one society", presented at The International Conference on Chinese Society and China Studies, Nanjing University, 26-27 May
  • 2007 'What holds Chinese society together? - a new perspective from studies of Chinese relationships',  Department of Sociology, Nanjing Uinversity, 25th May
  • 2007 'The relationships between the state, society (comunities/institutions) and individuals - lishand-wanglai modle', School of Social Development and Public policy,  Fudan University, 24 May
  • 2007 'China studies - views from a British Chinese scholar's eyes', Northeastern University, 11 April
  • 2007 "What Holds Chinese Society Together? -- a new perspective from a Chinese model of social relations and relatedness lishang-wanglai礼尚往来, a seminar given on 24th April at LSE.
  • 2007 "Reviving 'Chinese Social Relations' -- A Chinese model of reciprocity & relatedness (lishang-wanglai礼 尚往来)", presented in an International Conference "Defining the Field: Themes in Contemporary China Studies", University of Cambridge, 13-15 April (My panel application has been merged into “Business Relations and Social Relations” – one of the eight major themes of the conference).
  • 2007 'Conceptualsation of lishang-wanglai and China studies in the global age', Northeastern University, China, 14 Jan
  • 2007 "The Power of Lunch – how personalising academic-related institutional relationships differs in the UK and China", a paper presented at “International Conference on Contemporary China Studies", the University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 5-7 January.

2000-05

  • 2005 "Village cadres: shifting boundaries between 'nei 内 (inner)' and 'wai外 (outer)' in a Chinese village -- An analysis with lishang-wanglai", a paper presented at the British Association for Chinese Studies (BACS) Annual Conference, 15-16th September.
  • 2005 'Lishang-wanglai' concept and its applications", a seminar given at the Jiangsu People's Congress, co-organised with Jiangsu Academy of Social Sciences (JASS) and Nanjing University, 28th August
  • 2005 "'Chinese studies', construction of 'civil society in Chinese academia with lishang-wanglai", a paper presented at a Workshop of "Global civil society and 'Chinese harmonious society'" at  the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences (SASS), China, 25th August.
  • 2005 "Changing relationships between the state and the villagers -- An analysis with lishang-wanglai", a paper presented at a panel "Identity formation, social organisation and sociability" of the 4th International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS4), Shanghai, 20-24th August.
  • 2005 "Lishang-wanglai: an anthropological theoretical basis for Chinese Studies", a paper presented at a roundtable of "Chinese Studies: anything new?" of the 4th International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS4), Shanghai, 20-24th August. 
  • 2000 "Importance of intermediaries in gaining access to a Chinese village with lishang-wanglai 礼尚往来." A paper presented at a workshop on "Fieldwork research methods in contemporary Chinese Studies", Oxford. September.
  • 2000 "Social welfare and social support in a Chinese village." A seminar given at the Chinese Studies Group, University of Aberdeen. March.
  • 2000 "Lishang-wanglai 礼尚往来 and social support in a Chinese village -- Welfare reform in the PRC". A seminar held at the Department of Anthropology, LSE. February.   

Before 2000

  • 1996 'How to apply empirical methodologies in studying Chinese society', Department of Sociology, Fudan University, China, 17 May 
  • 1995 'Standardisation of Chinese social scientific studies', Chinese People's Public Security University, China, September 
  • 1995 'How Chinese women participate in academic work in the world?', a talk given in a panel of the 4th UN Fourth World Conference on Women, Beijing, September, founded by WIDE].
  • 1995 "Rural women's status in a relationship between agnatic and non-agnatic kin." A paper presented at the 8th ACSE International Academic Conference, by the Association of Chinese Scholars in Europe (ACSE), Paris, 30 July-5 August.
  • 1995 "Gender difference in rural social support in China (1979-1991) -- An analysis of differences between agnatic and non-agnatic kin." [A paper presented at the conference which is entitled "Socio-economic Transformation and Women in China"  on 8 June in London. I was one of the coordinators of the conference and one of editors of the book (1999)]. .
  • 1995 "Social support in rural Chinese villages." A paper presented at the Centre for Social Policy Research and Development, Bangor, University of Wales. February  
  • 1993 'Current trends of international sociology', Institute of Sociology, Chinese Academy of Social Science (CASS), China, August 
  • 1993 "Outline of configuration of social support system -- Comparison of ten villages in China." A paper presented at the conference of the City University project funded by ESRC on "Rural Social Support Arrangements and the Transformation of Local Traditions in China." London, July.

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