Fengshu Liu

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Besøksadresse Sem Sælands vei 7 Helga Engs hus 0317 Oslo
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Akademiske interesser

  • Ungdom
  • Kjønn
  • Kjønnsforskning
  • Generasjon
  • Komparative og internasjonale utdanningsstudier
  • Moderne oppvekst
  • Identitetprosesser og læring
  • Danning
  • Kina
  • Norge
  • Tanzania
  • Kvalitative metoder

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Emneord: kvalitative metoder, Komparative og internasjonale utdanningsstudier, Identitetprosesser og læring, Kjønnsforskning, Danning, Kjønn, Kina, Pedagogikk, Moderne oppvekst, Norge, Ungdom, Generasjon


  • Lauglo, Jon & Liu, Fengshu (2019). The Reverse Gender Gap in Adolescents’ Expectation of Higher Education: Analysis of 50 Education Systems. Comparative Education Review. ISSN 0010-4086. 63(1), s. 28–57. doi: 10.1086/701231.
  • Liu, Fengshu (2018). Parent-Child Relationships in Three Generations in China. I Brock-Utne, Birgit & Vuzo, Mwajuma Siama (Red.), Transforming Education for Development in Africa.. Mkuki na Nyota Publishers. ISSN 978-9987-083-50-3. s. 163–180.
  • Liu, Fengshu (2017). Chinese young men’s construction of exemplary masculinity: The hegemony of chenggong. Men and Masculinities. ISSN 1097-184X. 22(2), s. 294–316. doi: 10.1177/1097184X17696911.
  • Liu, Fengshu (2017). An expressive turn with a Chinese twist: Other-sex relations in three generations. Sociology. ISSN 0038-0385. s. 1–16. doi: 10.1177/0038038517702601.
  • Liu, Fengshu (2016). The rise of the “priceless” child in China. Comparative Education Review. ISSN 0010-4086. 60(1), s. 105–130. doi: 10.1086/684457.
  • Liu, Fengshu (2015). Wangba and Heterotopian Experiences - Urban Chinese Young People and Their Use of Internet Cafè. I Kelly, Peter & Kamp, Annelies (Red.), A Critical Youth Studies for the 21st Century. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 978-90-04-24375-0. s. 284–298. doi: 10.1163/9789004284036_021.
  • Liu, Fengshu (2014). From degendering to (re)gendering the self: Chinese youth negotiating modern womanhood. Gender and Education. ISSN 0954-0253. 26(1), s. 18–34. doi: 10.1080/09540253.2013.860432.
  • Liu, Fengshu (2013). Kultivering av det relasjonelle selv: Konfusiansk Xiushen. I Straume, Ingerid (Red.), Danningens filosofihistorie. Gyldendal Akademisk. ISSN 9788205444218. s. 55–66.
  • Liu, Fengshu & Ngwana, Terfot (2012). Internationalization and globalization: Implications for higher education learning and teaching. I Kerry, Trevor (Red.), international perspectives on higher education: Challenging values and practice. Routledge. ISSN 978-1-4411-0203-4. s. 106–126. doi: 10.5040/9781350091184.ch-005.
  • Liu, Fengshu (2012). 'Politically indifferent' nationalists? Chinese youth negotiating political identity in the internet age. European Journal of Cultural Studies. ISSN 1367-5494. 15(1), s. 53–69. doi: 10.1177/1367549411424950.
  • Liu, Fengshu (2011). Wired for fun Narratives by members of China's E-generation. Young - Nordic Journal of Youth Research. ISSN 1103-3088. 19(1), s. 69–89. doi: 10.1177/110330881001900105.
  • Fengshu, Liu (2011). The Norm of the ‘Good’ Netizen and the Construction of the Proper Wired Self: The Case of Chinese Urban Youth. New Media & Society. ISSN 1461-4448. 13(1), s. 7–22. doi: 10.1177/1461444809360701.
  • Fengshu, Liu (2010). The Internet in the Everyday Lifeworld: A Comparison between High School Students in China and Norway. Comparative Education. ISSN 0305-0068. 46 (4), s. 527–550.
  • Fengshu, Liu (2009). It is not merely about life on the screen: urban Chinese youth and the Internet cafe. Journal of Youth Studies. ISSN 1367-6261. 12(2), s. 167–184. doi: 10.1080/13676260802590386.
  • Fengshu, Liu (2008). Constructing the autonomous middle-class self in today's China: the case of young-adult only-children university students. Journal of Youth Studies. ISSN 1367-6261. 11(2), s. 193–212. doi: 10.1080/13676260701800746.
  • Fengshu, Liu (2008). Negotiating the filial self: Young-adult only-children and intergenerational relationships in China. Young - Nordic Journal of Youth Research. ISSN 1103-3088. 16(4), s. 409–430.
  • Fengshu, Liu (2006). School Culture and Gender, The Sage Handbook of Gender and Education. Sage Publications. ISSN 1-4129-0792-6. s. 425–438.
  • Fengshu, Liu (2006). Boys as Only-Children and Girls as Only-Children—Parental Gendered Expectations of the Only-Child in the Nuclear Chinese Family in Present-day China. Gender and Education. ISSN 0954-0253. 18(5), s. 491–506.
  • Fengshu, Liu (2004). Basic Education in China’s Rural Areas: A legal Obligation or an Individual Choice? International Journal of Educational Development. ISSN 0738-0593. 24(1), s. 5–21.

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  • Liu, Fengshu (2020). Modernization as Lived Experiences: Three Generations of Young Men and Women in China. Routledge. ISBN 978-1-138-21720-1. 232 s.
  • Fengshu, Liu (2011). Urban Youth in China: Modernity, the Internet and the Self. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-87486-1. 240 s.
  • Skelton, Christine & Fengshu, Liu (2006). The Sage Handbook of Gender and Education. Sage Publications. ISBN 1-4129-0792-6. 512 s.

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  • Fengshu, Liu (2009). Postgraduate Supervision as Lived Experiences: An International and Comparative Perspective.
  • Fengshu, Liu (2008). The norm of the ‘good’ netizen and the construction of the proper wired self: the case of Chinese urban youth.
  • Fengshu, Liu (2008). Where else can one go? Urban Chinese youth and the Net café as a third place.
  • Fengshu, Liu (2007). Identity Construction of University Students: The Case of First-Generation of Young-Adult Only-Children.
  • Fengshu, Liu (2005). Reflexive Modernization and Identity Construction: the Case of China.
  • Fengshu, Liu (2004). Parental Academic Aspirations vis-à-vis Parental Gender-Specific Expectations in the Only-Child Family.
  • Fengshu, Liu (2006). Modernization as Lived Experiences: Identity Construction of Young Adult Only-Children in Present-Day China. Universitetet i Oslo.

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Publisert 6. aug. 2010 09:39 - Sist endret 9. mai 2017 15:32