The latest issue of Taiwanese Sociology is now available.

Articles in this issue (No. 37) include:

Research Article

  • Ming-Yi Chang and Yang-Chih Fu, “Social Media and Network Boundaries among College Students: Reconstructing Companions, Conversations, and Contact Circles”
  • Fan-Tzu Tseng, “Negotiating “Developmental Imperatives”: Childrearing Practices and Parental Governance in Early Childhood”

Critical Review

  • Gwo-Shyong Shieh, “The Taiwan Economic “Miracle” From the Perspective of Economic Sociology: Phenomena, Reconceptualization and Alternative Interpretations”

Response

  • Zong-Rong Lee, “Toward an Unfinished Agenda for Economic Sociology of Taiwan: A Reply to Shieh”
  • Thung-Hong Lin, “The Dilemma of Taiwan’s Economy Between Exploitation and Innovation: A Reply to Shieh”

Book Review

  • Yuan Hsiao, “Book Review of Social Movements in Taiwan’s Democratic Transition: Linking Activists to the Changing Political Environment”
  • Yu-Sheng Lin, “Book Review of Taiwan’s Social Movements under Ma Ying-jeou: From the Wild Strawberries to the Sunflowers”
  • Ke-Hsien Huang, “Book Review of Mediating Religion: Music, Image, Object, and New Media”
  • Chih-Yan Sun, “Book Review of Abnormal People? Psychiatry and the Governance of Modernity in Taiwan”

Taiwanese Sociology (ISSN 168-2969) is published semiannually in June and December by the Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica and the Department of Sociology, National Taiwan University. Articles in Taiwanese Sociology are indexed in EBSCO SocINDEX, ProQuest-Sociological Abstracts, and Taiwan Social Science Citation Index (TSSCI).