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chengpang
 

Title:
Assistant Professor


Qualifications:

PhD (UChicago)

MA (NTHU)

BA & LLM (NTU)

 

Email:
chengpang.lee@polyu.edu.hk


Phone:
2766 5705


Office:
GH343


Specialism:

Political Sociology

Comparative Historical Analysis

Development

 

Teaching:

Civil Society and Governance

Principles and Methods in Social Administration

 

Research Interests:

Organization Studies;

Nonprofit and religious organizations;

Medical and Health Reform;

Technology Innovation & Development in China;

Comparative Asian Societies

 

Selected Publications:

Han, Ling, and Chengpang Lee. 2019. “Nudity, Feminists, and Chinese Online Censorship: A Case Study on the Anti-Domestic Violence Campaign on SinaWeibo.” China Information 33:274–93. doi: 10.1177/0920203X18807083.

 

Lee, Chengpang. 2012. “Shadow of the Colonial Power: Kominka and the Failure of the Temple Reorganization Campaign.” Studies on Asia 2(2):120–44.

 

Lee, Chengpang. 2017. “Overcoming the Latecomer Dilemma: The Unintended Effect of Successful Strategies in the Community University Movement in Taiwan.” Social Movement Studies.

 

Lee, Chengpang. 2019. “Review for Yao Zeling Between Interest and Morality.” International Sociology Review 34(5):600–603.

 

Lee, Chengpang. 2020a. “Making Taiwan Relevant to Sociology: A Case Study on the Publication Pattern in the Major US Journals.” International Journal of Taiwan Studies 1(aop):1–21. doi: 10.1163/24688800-20201157.

 

Lee, Chengpang. 2020b. “The Forgotten Bonds: A Coevolutionary Framework on the Diffusion of Tzu Chi in Four Southeast Asian Countries.” American Behavioral Scientist 0002764220947776. doi: 10.1177/0002764220947776.

 

Lee, Chengpang, and Ling Han. 2015. “Recycling Bodhisattva: The Tzu-Chi Movement’s Response to Global Climate Change.” Social Compass 62(3):311–25. doi: 10.1177/0037768615587809.

 

Lee, Chengpang, and Ling Han. 2016a. “Faith-Based Organization and Transnational Voluntarism in China: A Case Study of the Malaysia Airline MH370 Incident.” VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit

Organizations 27(5):2353–73. doi: 10.1007/s11266-014-9518-2.

 

Lee, Chengpang, and Ling Han. 2016b. “Mothers and Moral Activists: Two Models of Women’s Social Engagement in Contemporary Taiwanese Buddhism.” Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions 19(3):54–77. doi: 10.1525/nr.2016.19.3.54.

 

Lee, Chengpang, and Ling Han. 2017. “Faith-Based Organization and Transnational Voluntarism in China: A Case Study of the Malaysia Airline MH370 Incident.” VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. doi: 10.1007/s11266-014-9518-2.

 

Lee, Chengpang, and Ling Han. 2020. “Becoming INGO: A Case Study on Taiwan’s Tzu-Chi in the United States.” VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. doi: 10.1007/s11266-020-00270-1.

 

Lee, Chengpang, and Ling Han. 2021. “Taiwanese Buddhism and Environmentalism: A Mixed Method Study.” Review of Religion and Chinese Society 1–26. doi: 10.1163/22143955-08020002.

 

Lee, Chengpang, and Myungsahm Suh. 2017. “State Building and Religion: Explaining the Diverged Path of Religious Change in Taiwan and South Korea, 1950–1980.” American Journal of Sociology 123(2):465–509. doi: 10.1086/692728.

 

Current Research Projects:

Academic Dependency Theory After Twenty Years (co-editors for a special issue on Journal of Historical Sociology)

Beyond Dependency (co-editors)

The Tzu-Chi Way (a book manuscript)

Social Innovations in Asia (authors and co-editors of a book)