Publications

2020

Jun Fang. “Tensions in Aesthetic Socialization: Negotiating Competence and Differentiation in Chinese Art Test Prep Schools.” Poetics: Journal of Empirical Research on Culture, the Media and the Arts 79: 1-14. [Link] [PDF]

2020

Jun Fang & Gary Alan Fine. “Names and Selves: Transnational Identities and Self-Presentation among Elite Chinese International Students.” Qualitative Sociology 43(4): 427-448. [Link] [PDF]

2019

Gary Alan Fine & Jun Fang. “Idioculture.” In Paul Atkinson, Sara Delamont, Melissa Hardy, and Malcolm Williams (eds.), SAGE Research Methods Foundations. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. [Link] [PDF]

2018

Jun Fang. “The Visual Arts in the Chinese Middle-Class Home: Occupational Status Groups, Abstract Art, and Self-Presentation.” Sociological Studies 5: 66-92. [Link] [PDF]

2022

Jun Fang (Co-Editor, with Svetlana Kharchenkova). Special Issue of the Journal of Chinese Sociology: “Arts and Culture in East Asia: Creative Practices and Their Marketization in a Global Perspective.” Forthcoming in March 2022 [CFP Link]

Working Papers

“How Politics Shapes Aesthetics: State Censorship and the Making of Complicity in China-Hollywood Collaboration.”

“The Economics of Creativity: Authenticity and Hit-Making in the Co-Development of Global Film Scripts.”

“Studying ‘Up’: Access and Status.”

“Backdoor Mobility.”

Other Publications

Jun Fang & Alvaro Santana-Acuña. “A Dialogue on Ascent to Glory, Imagination, and Global Consecration.” ASA Culture Section Newsletter 33(3): 13-16. [Link] [PDF]  

2020

Working Papers

“Globalizing Art Worlds: How Conventions Encounter, Converge, and Change.”

“How Politics Shapes Aesthetics: State Censorship and the Making of Complicity in China-Hollywood Collaboration.”

“The Economics of Creativity: Authenticity and Hit-Making in the Co-Development of Global Film Scripts.”

“Studying ‘Up’: Access and Status.”

“Backdoor Mobility.”