Prof. Dai Haijing
Academic and Professional Qualifications
B.A. (Literature and Economics) (Peking University); M.S.W., M.A. (Sociology), Ph.D. (University of Michigan); RSW
Specialty and Research Interests
Community organizing and development, state and civil society, poverty and social inequality, resistance and collective action, welfare policies and social services, reforms and contentions in post-socialist China, ethnography.
Five Representative Publications
- Dai, H. (2011). Participatory Community Organizing Revisited: Political Involvement and Social Development in Two Post-Socialist Villages in North China. China Journal of Social Work 4(1), 69-82.
- Dai, H. (2011). Surviving in “Localistic Communitas”: Endogenous Multicultural Community Organizing among Migrant Workers in Post-Socialist China. Journal of Social Service Research 37, 165-179.
- Dai, H. (2010) Chu Village under Democratization: Guanxi, Governance, and Inequality in a Post-Socialist Chinese Village. International Journal of Current Chinese Studies 1, 85-111.
- Dai, H. (2008). Community in a Diverse Society: Using Three Western Approaches to Understand Community Organization in Post-Socialist Urban China. International Social Work 51 (1), 55-68.
- Dai, H. (2005). Dichotomous Thinking and Culture of Destruction: Revisiting Youth Activism in China during the May Fourth Period. In M. Breen (eds.), Minding Evil: Explorations of Human Iniquity, Pp. 39-51. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
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