Dr Xiaoying Qi
Senior Lecturer in Sociology
Areas of expertise: family and family change; social capital and social networks; cultural sociology; globalisation
Location: ACU Melbourne Campus
ORCID ID: 0000-0003-0704-6864
Dr Xiaoying Qi was awarded a PhD in 2012 at the Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University. Her thesis won the 2013 Jean Martin Award of The Australian Sociological Association, given biennially to ‘the best PhD thesis in social science disciplines from an Australian tertiary institution’. Her most recent book, Remaking Families in Contemporary China, is forthcoming with Oxford University Press. An earlier book, Globalized Knowledge Flows and Chinese Social Theory (London & New York: Routledge, 2014), was awarded The Raewyn Connell Prize Special Commendation of The Australian Sociological Association [‘in recognition of excellence of a first book by an author in Australian Sociology 2014-2015’]. She has published articles in leading international journals, including American Journal of Cultural Sociology, British Journal of Sociology, International Sociology, Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, Journal of Sociology, and Sociology. Research innovation is evidenced in Dr Qi's introduction of analytical concepts in sociology, including 'intellectual entrepreneurs' and 'veiled patriarchy'.
Single author books
- Qi, Xiaoying. (2014) Globalized Knowledge Flows and Chinese Social Theory. London and New York: Routledge.
- Qi, Xiaoying. (2020) Remaking Families in Contemporary China (in press). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Qi, Xiaoying. (2016) (guest editor). Special issue: Chinese Sociology, Sociology of China. Journal of Sociology 52(1).
Articles in Refereed Journals
- Qi, Xiaoying. (2020) Aging in Contemporary China: The Ziran Approach. Journal of Gender Studies. Forthcoming.
- Qi, Xiaoying. (2018) Floating Grandparents: Rethinking Family Obligation and Intergenerational Support. International Sociology 33(6) 761–777.
- Qi, Xiaoying. (2018) Neo-traditional Child Surnaming in Contemporary China: Women’s Rights as Veiled Patriarchy. Sociology 52(5): 1001–1016.
- Qi, Xiaoying. (2017) Social Movements in China: Augmenting Mainstream Theory with Guanxi. Sociology 51(1): 111–126.
- Qi, Xiaoying. (2017) Reconstructing the Concept of Face in Cultural Sociology: In Goffman’s Footsteps, Following the Chinese Case. Journal of Chinese Sociology 4: 1–19.
- Qi, Xiaoying. (2016) Family Bond and Family Obligation: Continuity and Transformation. Journal of Sociology 52(1): 39–52.
- Qi, Xiaoying. (2016) Sociology in China, Sociology of China: Editor’s Introduction. Journal of Sociology 52(1): 3–8.
- Qi, Xiaoying. (2015) Filial Obligation in Contemporary China: Evolution of the Culture-System. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 45(1): 141–161.
- Qi, Xiaoying. (2013) Intellectual Entrepreneurs and the Diffusion of Ideas: Two Historical Cases of Knowledge Flow. American Journal of Cultural Sociology 1(3): 346–372.
- Qi, Xiaoying. (2013) Guanxi, Social Capital Theory and Beyond: Toward a Globalized Social Science. British Journal of Sociology 64(2): 308–324.
- Barbalet, Jack and Qi, Xiaoying. (2013) The Paradox of Power: Conceptions of Power and the Relations of Reason and Emotion in European and Chinese Culture. Journal of Political Power 6(3): 405–418.
- Qi, Xiaoying. (2012) A Case Study of Globalized Knowledge Flow: Guanxi in Social Science and Management Theory. International Sociology 27(6): 707–723.
- Qi, Xiaoying. (2011) Face: A Chinese Concept in a Global Sociology. Journal of Sociology 47(3): 279–296.
- Qi, Xiaoying. (2020) Floating Grandparents. Forthcoming in Chinese Families Upside Down: Intergenerational Dynamics and Neo-Familism in the Early 21st Century, edited by Yunxiang Yan. Leiden:
- Qi, Xiaoying. (2018) Social Capital. Pp. 2125–2127 in The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social Theory, edited by B Turner et al. London: Wiley Blackwell.
- Qi, Xiaoying. (2016) Globalized Higher Education. Pp 328–343 in The Routledge International Handbook of Globalization Studies, 2nd edition, edited by Bryan Turner and Robert Holton. London & New York: Routledge.
- Barbalet, Jack and Qi, Xiaoying. (2015) The Paradox of Power. Pp. 51–64 in Power and Emotion, edited by Jonathan G. Heaney and Helena Flam. London: Routledge.
Selected Funded Projects
- Floating Grandparents in China’s Internal Migration, HK$628,861, UGC ECS 22604117. 2017–2020 [Principal Investigator]
- Mobile Grandparents in China, HK$49,963, FRG1/16-17/006, Hong Kong Baptist University. 2016–2017 [Principal Investigator]
Accolades and awards
- The Raewyn Connell Prize of The Australian Sociological Association, Special Commendation [‘In recognition of excellence of a first book by an author in Australian Sociology 2014-2015’] – 2016
- The Jean Martin Award of The Australian Sociological Association. [A biennial award for the ‘Best PhD Sociology Thesis in Australia’] – 2013
- 2012 Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning, awarded by the Office of Teaching and Learning, Australian National Awards for University Teaching – 2012
- College of Arts Teaching Excellence Award for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning, UWS – 2011
- Member, Associate Board, Sociology. 2013–2016