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    Tien-Hui Chiang, Ph.D.

    Curriculum Vitae

    Present Position:

    Professor (August, 1997-),

                Department of Education, National University of Tainan,

    Tainan, Taiwan.

     

    President (Jan. 2012), Taiwan Association for Sociology of Education

    The 985 Project Guest Professor, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China

    Address:

    No. 33, Section 2, Su-Lin Street, Central-Western District, Tainan City, Taiwan

    Zipcode: 700

    Tel: +886 6 2133111 ext. 610

    Cell phone: +886 920398756

    Fax: +886 6 2141443

    thchiang@mail.nutn.edu.tw

    thchiang2453666@gmail.com

    Academic Degrees

    Ph.D. (1996), Cardiff University, Wales, UK

    Major: Sociology of Education

    M.Ed. (1993), University of Nottingham, England, UK

    Major: Curriculum

    Minor: Sociology of Education

     

    Research Interests

    Globalization and Education, Sociology of Education, Sociology of Curriculum Knowledge, Comparative Education, British Education, History of Education, Teacher Education, Teaching Professional, Educational Policy.

     

    Honours

    A-grade Research Award 1998, National Science Council

    A-grade Research Award 1999, National Science Council

    Primary degree research project, 2004, National Science Council

    Primary degree research project, 2005, National Science Council

    Primary degree research project, 2006, National Science Council

    Primary degree research project, 2007, National Science Council

    Primary degree research project, 2008, National Science Council

    Primary degree research project, 2010, National Science Council

    Primary degree research project, 2011, National Science Council

    Primary degree research project, 2012, National Science Council

    Primary degree research project, 2013, National Science Council

     

    Excellent scholarship, 2010, National Science Council.

    Excellent scholarship, 2011, National Science Council.

    Distinguished alumnus, 2011, National University of Tainan

    Excellent scholarship, 2011, Ministry of Education2011~2013

    Excellent scholarship, 2012, Ministry of Education

    Excellent scholarship, 2013, Ministry of Education

    The Visiting Scholarship, 2013, National Science Council

    The Fulbright Senior Scholar, 2013, Fulbright Foundation, USA

     

    Previous Posts, with Main Responsibilities

    Primary teacher (1983-1991)

    Part-time Lecture (1993-1995)

    Part-time Associate Professor (1996-1997)

    Associate Professor (1997-2002)

    Professor (2002~)

    Head & Director, Department of Comparative Education, Chi-Nan University (2004-2005)

    Dean, the Office of Research and Development, National University of Tainan (2006-2007)

    Chairperson, Department of Education, National University of Tainan (2007-2013)

    Membership

     

    Secretary-General

    Chinese Comparative Education Society – Taipei (2004~5)

    Director,
    Chinese Comparative Education Society – Taipei (2005~)

    Director,
    Taiwan Association for the Sociology of Education (2000~2008)

    Secretary-General,

    Taiwan Association for the Sociology of Education (2008~2012)

     

    President

    Taiwan Association for the Sociology of Education (2012~)

     

    Executive Committee member, International Academic ForumIAFOR, Japan (2009~)


    the International Scientific Committee member, Journal of Education of Science, Greece (2010~)

     

    A member of the International Standing Conference for the History of Education of the International Scientific Committee, Greece (2012~)

     

    Editorial Experiences

    Editor,
    Taiwan Journal of Sociology of Education (TSSCI) (2002~6; 2009~)

     

    Editor in Chief,
    Taiwan Journal of Sociology of Education (TSSCI) (2006~2009)

     

    Editor,

    Journal of Education Studies (2006~2007)

     

    Editor in Chief,

    Journal of Education Studies (2007~)

     

    Editor

    Comparative Education (2007~2008)

     

    Editor in Chief

    The Journal of Comparative Education (2008~)

     

    Editor,

    The Journal of Research on Elementary and Secondary Education (2007~)

     

    Editor,

    Educational Review (TSSCI) (2007~)

     

    Editor

    Asian Pacific Journal of Educational Development (2012~)

     

    Oversea Journal Editorship

     

    Iskanja, Bulgaria2009~

     

    The Journal of Education Science, Greece (2010~)

     

    The Executive Committeeman of International Conferences

     

    2009 Asian Conference on Education hosted by International Academic

           Forum, Osaka, Japanhttp://ace.iafor.org/

    2010 Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities hosted by International

           Academic Forum, Osaka, Japanhttp://ace.iafor.org/

    2010 Exploring Leadership and Learning Theories in Asian in Kuala

           Lumpur, Malaysia

     http://ellta.org/

    2011 Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities hosted by International

           Academic Forum, Osaka, Japanhttp://ace.iafor.org/

    2012 Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities hosted by International

           Academic Forum, Osaka, Japanhttp://ace.iafor.org/

    2012 the International Advisory Board, Exploring Leadership and Learning

     Theories in Asian in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (http://ellta.org/)

    2013 Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities hosted by International

           Academic Forum, Osaka, Japanhttp://ace.iafor.org/

    2013 Asian Conference on Education hosted by International Academic

           Forum, Osaka, Japanhttp://ace.iafor.org/

    2014, the Section Organizer (Globalization, the State, Social Justice and

           Education), the World Congress of Sociology, Yokohama, Japan, July,

           2014. (http://www.isa-sociology.org/congress2014/)

    2014, the International Advisory Board, Exploring Leadership and Learning

           Theories in Asian in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (http://ellta.org/)

    2014, the International Committee member, the International Multidisciplinary

           Scientific GeoConference & EXPO SGEM, Varna, Bulgaria

           (http://www.sgem.org/)

     

    Research Projects

     

    1. 2000-1   National Science Council NSC89-2413-H-024-033-FC.

    Director, A Study on British Teacher Organizations and Their Relation to

    the Exercise of Professional Rights (NT 416,700)

     

    2. 2001-2   National Science Council NSC 90-2413-H-024-017-FC.  

    Director, A Study on the Relation between Taiwan Teacher Associations

    and Professional Identity  (NT 412,500)

     

    3. 2004-5   National Science Council NSC 93-2413-H-260-012-.  

    Director, The Influence of British Education Reforms on Primary Teacher

    Professional Praxis (NT 596,300)

     

    4. 2005-6   National Science Council NSC 94-2413-H-024 -014 -.  

    Director, A Study in the Relationship between Primary School Teacher

    Education and Instrumental Rationality  (NT 592,000)

     

    5. 2006-7   National Science CouncilNSC 95-2413-H-024-007-.  

    Director, The Concept of Information Transformation of Sociology of

    Curriculum in Teaching Materials Development and Experiments

    (NT 671,000)

     

    6. 2006-7   National Science Council NSC 96-2413-H-024 -002 -.  

    Director, The Changes of British Education Reforms since 1979 and the

    State (NT 894,000)

     

    7. 2008-9. National Science Council (NSC 97-2410-H-024 -001 -)

    Director, How Primary School Teachers Select the Textbook and

    Interpret its Contents: A Study in the Relation between Structure and

    Agency” , 2008~2009; (NT 648,000).

     

    8. 2010-11. National Academy of Education.

           Director. “A Study at the Equity Criteria of Teacher Education, 2010,

    1~2010, 12.NT 400,000

    9. 2010-11. Why do Students Study at Underachieved Universities?:The

    Relationship between Sino-Cultures and the Meanings of University

    Diplomas2010-2011. National Science Council (NSC

    99-2410-H-024-003-)NT 593,000

     

    10. 2011-12. The Challenges of Globalization and Localization: the

           Development of Taiwanese Higher Education System since 1990s. NSC

           100-2410-H-024-004-)(NT 558,000

     

    11. 2012-2013. A Study at the Relationship between Neo-liberalism and the

           Development of British Further EducationNSC 101-2410-H-024-004-

    NT 686,000

     

    12. 2013-2014. Why does the State Shift its Role from Equity to International

           Competiveness in the Era of Globalization? : A Study of American Higher

           Education Policy (Fulbright Foundation, USA )

     

    13. 2013-2016 A Study at Developing an Innovative Teaching Strategy for Junior High

           School Teachers in the Era of Globalization (2013-2015)       (NSC102-2410-H-024-007-MY3) NT 1,831,000

     

    Recent Overseas Speeches

    1. School of Education, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China (May 2006)

    2. Department of Education, Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan (Feb. 2007)

    3. School of Education, Beijing University, Beijing, China (Oct. 2007)

    4. School of Education, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China (Oct. 2007)

    5. School of Education, Nanjing Normal University, Nanjing, ChinaMar. 2009

    6. School of Education, Tsinghua University, Beijing, ChinaMar. 2009

    7. School of Education, Guangzhou University, Guangzhou, ChinaNovember, 2009

    8. School of Education, Guangxi Normal University, Guangxi, ChinaJuly, 2010

    9. School of Education, Guangxi Normal University, Guangxi, China (September, 2011)

    10. School of Social Science, Jiangnan University, Wuxi, China (September, 2011)

    11. School of Education, Zhejiang Normal University, Jinhua, China (September, 2011)

    12. School of Education, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China (October, 2011)

    13. School of Education, Beijing University, Beijing, China (October, 2011)

    14. School of Education, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China (October, 2011)

    15. School of Education, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China (April, 2012)

    16. School of Education, Beijing Capital Normal University, Beijing, China (April, 2013)

    17. School of Education, Minzu University of China, Beijing, China (April, 2013)

    18. School of Education, Guangxi Normal University, Guangxi, China (June, 2012)

    19. School of Education, Soochow University, Soochow, China (June, 2013)

    20. School of Education, Wuxi, Jiangnan University, China (June, 2013)

    21. School of Education, North-West Normal University, Lanzhou (July, 2013)

     

    Publications

    (A)    Journal Essays

    1.    Chiang, T.H. (1997). The Analysis of Indigenous Educational Policies. Indigenous Educational Quarterly, 5, 1-16. 

    2.    Chiang, T.H.1997. Three Sociological Perspectives of Educational Functions. Bulletin of National Hualien University of Education, 7, 215-240.

    3. Chiang, T.H. (1997). A Study of Recent Educational Reforms in Britain.

    The Journal of Education Studies,5, 95-127. (issued by of Department

    of Education, National Hsinchu University of Education)

    4. Chiang, T.H. (1997). The Professional Development in Leisure.

    Educational Bimonthly of Taipei County, 19, 8-18.

    5. Chiang, T.H. (1999). Another Chapter of Open Education: the Problems

     of School Curriculum and the Analysis of Knowledge of Sociology. Open

    Education Yearly, 2, 126-150.

    6. Chiang, T.H. (1999). A Sociological Reflection on Open Education.

    Educational Resources and Research Bimonthly, 27, 31-36.

    7. Chiang, T.H. (1999). Teacher Professionalism and Educational Reforms.

     The Newsletter of the China Education Society, 15, 75-82

    8. Chiang, T.H. (2000). The Weaknesses of Structural-Functionalism and the

     Characteristics of Power. The Journal of Educational Studies, 8, 81-106.

    (issued by Department of Education, Taipei Municipal University of

    Education)

    9. Chiang, T.H. (2000). Dutch Colonial Education in Taiwan. Indigenous

    Educational Quarterly,18, 95-111.

    10. Chiang, T.H. (2000). Meanings and Key Elements of Social Class and

    Their Applications and Principles on Educational Research. Bulletin of

    Educational Research, 6, 115-148. (issued by Graduate Institute of

    Education Entrepreneurship and Management, National University of

    Tainan )

    11. Chiang, T.H. (2000). Critique on Teacher Professional Ideology, Social

    Control and Conservative Culture. Formosan Education and Society, 1,

    1-24.

    12. Chiang, T.H.2000. A Study on the Relationship between Educational

           Achievement and Social Mobility in Taiwan. Educazione Comparata, 41,

    5-24.

    13. Chiang, T.H.2001. A Study on the Development and Natures of

    Confucius Schools in Taiwan during the Period of Ching Dynasty. Journal

    of National University of Tainan, 34, 289-308

    14. Chiang, T.H.2001. Critique on Marxist Proletarianization and Its Meanings on Teaching Profession and Class Consciousness. Taiwan Journal of Sociology of Education, 1 (2), 33-58. (TSSCI)

    15. Chiang, T.H.2001. Analyzing the Development of Primary School

    System during the Period from Japanese Colony to the Early Stage of

    Post-war. Bulletin of Educational Research, 7, 227-309. (issued by

    Graduate Institute of Education Entrepreneurship and Management,

    National University of Tainan)

    16. Chiang, T.H.2002. A Study of the Influence of the

    Nine-years-integrated-curriculum Policy on Teacher Professional

    Autonomy. Bulletin of Educational Research, 48 (2), 157-198. (TSSCI)

    17. Chiang, T.H.2002. The Issues of Social Class Equality of Contemporary Curriculum Reforms. Journal of Education Research,101,39-59.

    18. Chiang, T.H.2002. The Relationship between Economical Development

     and Schooling Functions. Bulletin of Educational Research, 8, 255-275.

    (issued by Graduate Institute of Education Entrepreneurship and

    Management, National University of Tainan )

    19. Chiang, T.H.2003. The Political Characteristics of British Teachers’

    Associations. Journal of National University of Tainan, 37, (1), 55-81.

    20. Chiang, T.H.2003. The Problems and Social Meanings of Considerably

    Enlarging the Capacity of Higher Education. Comparative Education, 54,

    29-79. (issued by Chinese Comparative Education Society-Taipei)

    21. Chiang, T.H.2003. Are Teachers Professionals or Royal Implementers

    with Conceptual Simplicity?:A Study of Cultural Reproduction. Bulletin

    of Educational Research, 49 (4), 93-126. (TSSCI)

    22. Chiang, T.H.2004. Information-transformation Pedagogy and

    Digital-techno Instruction. The electronic Journal of Digital Learning, 1.

    23. Chiang, T.H.2006. The Critique of Marxism at Instrumental Rationality

    and Its Reflections on Teacher Education. Curriculum & Instruction

    Quarterly, 9 (3), 15-34. (TSSCI)

    24. Chiang, T.H. & Chen, P.C. (2006). The Relation between Social Studies

    Textbooks and Social Class Cultures and the strategies of its

     Rationalization. Contemporary Educational Research Quarterly. 14 (4),

    29-61. (TSSCI)

    25. Chiang, Tien-Hui (2008). Post, Social Status, Identity, Meaning Orientation

    and Culture: the Case of Taiwanese Primary School Teachers, Iskanja,

    26, 26-34.

    26. Chiang, T.H. (2008 ). Education Reforms in England and Wales and the

    Practice of Teacher Profession. Comparative Education, 64. 1-38.

    27. Chiang, T.H. (2008 ). Examining the Nature of Teacher Associations: The

    Interaction between Function and Professional Identity. Bulletin of

    Education Research, 54. 65-97. (TSSCI)

    28. Chiang, T.H.2008. The Educational System of England and Wales and

    Its Implications. Journal of National University of Tainan, 422, 1-24.

    29. Chiang, T.H.2009. A Critique of Critical Pedagogy. Iskanja, 27,16-25.

    ISSN 03523233

    30. Chiang, T.H.2009. Disparities in the Development of Taiwan Higher

    Education. Beijing Tsinghua Journal of Education, 109(3), 49-58.(CSSCI)

    31. Chiang, T.H.2009. The Professional Status of Taiwanese Primary

           School Teachers: A Historical Analysis. Iskanja, 2735~36, 23-36.

    ISSN 03523233

    32. Chiang, T. H. (2010). The Changing Meanings of Education Equity in

    Historical Contexts: From Theoretical Perspectives to the Case of

    Taiwan. Beijing Tsinghua Journal of Education, 115(3), 7-14. (CSSCI)

    33. Chiang, T.H. (2010). The Medium for Influencing the Interactive Relations

    between Structure and Agency: An Analysis of Primary School Teachers’

    Professional Identity and Cultural Awareness. Taiwan Journal of

    Sociology of Education, 10(1), 1-44. (NSC 97-2410-H-024 -001 -)(TSSC)

    34. Chiang, T.H.2010. The Notions of Critical Pedagogy and Their

           Implications for Teacher-Pupil Interactions. Educational Resources and

           Research, 95, 1-26.

    35. Chiang, T.H. (2010). The Influence of Sino-Culture on the Meanings of

           University Diplomas in TaiwanThe Cultural Gap between the West and

           Taiwan. Journal of Global Economy (September-December), 6(5),

           331-345. (ISSN 0975-3931)

    36. Chiang, T.H. (2010). Key Factors of Educational Inequality: Rational

           Capital and Educational Actions of Different Social Class Parents. Beijing

    Tsinghua Journal of Education, 619-26. (CSSCI)

    37. Chiang, T.H. (2010).The Relationships among the Significance of University Diplomas in Chinese Society, Examination-oriented Culture and Chinese Culture. Education and Examinations, 21, 49-55

    38. Chiang T.H.(2011). How Globalization Drives the Higher Education Policy

           of the State. Education Sciences, (January-March), 1, 7-20. (ISSN

           1109-8740)  (in Greek)

    39. Chiang, T.H. (2012). The Influence of Globalization on the State: A Study

           of British Educational Reforms Led by New Labour Government. Taiwan

           Journal of Sociology of Education, 12(1), 1-41. (TSSCI)

    40. Chiang, T.H. (2012). A Structural Analysis of the Inequity of Educational

           Results and a Reflection on Pedagogy. Educator and Professional

           Development, 29(3), 15-26.

    41. Chiang, T.H. (2012). A Critique on the Influence of Neo-Liberalism on

     Higher Education Development. Beijing Tsinghua Journal of Education,

    4, 51-61. (CSSCI)

    42. Chiang, T.H.(2012). New Components of the Teaching Profession and a

           Reflection on the Examination-oriented Teaching. Contemporary

           Education and Culture, 4(4), 64-72.

    43. Chiang, T.H. (2013). Globalization, Chinese-culture and the Expansion of Higher

           Education System in Taiwan. International Journal of Chinese Education, 2,

           162-181.

    44. Chiang, T.H. (2013). A Critique on the Relationship between Teachers’

           Instrumental Rationality and Teacher Education from the Perspective of

           International Competitiveness. Beijing Tsinghua Journal of Education, 3,

           91-101.

     

    BBooks

    1.  Chiang. T.H. 1996. Primary Teachers in Taiwan: A Study of Professional

    Autonomy. Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis. University of Wales, Cardiff.

    2.  Chiang. T.H. 1997. The Implications of Reflective/Critical Teaching for Social Studies Teachers on Theories and Practices. In National Teachers College of Hualien (ed.), The Proceedings of 1997 Annual Educational Conference (pp. 973-988). Hualien: National Teachers College of Hualien.

    3.  Chiang. T.H. 1998. The Relationship between Educational Equality and Social Control. In Chinese Comparative Education Society – Taipei (ed.), Equality of Educational Opportunity during the Processes of Social Change (pp.181-218). Taipei: Yang-Chih Book.

    4.  Chiang. T.H. 1998. Interactionist Perspective of Teacher Profession. In Chinese Normal Education Society (ed.), Teacher Professional Development: Ideas and Practices (pp. 17-42). Taipei: The Press of Taiwan Normal University. 

    5.  Chiang. T.H. 1998. Turning to the Centralized Model of Educational Reforms in UK from 1860s to 1990s. In Chinese Comparative Education Society – Taipei (ed.), The International Comparison of Educational Studies and Policies (pp. 283-330). Taipei: Yang-Chih Book.

    6.  Chiang. T.H. 1998. Can Teacher Associations Be Viewed as One Necessary Condition of Teacher Profession?A Case Study in the National Union of Teachers. In Taipei Municipal Teachers College (ed.), The Proceedings of 1998 Annual Educational Conference (pp. 1547-1584). Taipei: Taipei Municipal Teachers College.

    7.  Chiang. T.H. 1999. Critique on Trait-based Professional of Structural-functionalism. In Chinese Normal Education Society (ed.), Teacher Education and Instructional Technologypp.251-272. Taipei: Taiwan Book Store.

    8.  Chiang. T.H. 2000. The Meanings of Profession and The Professional Status of Teachers. In National Teachers College of Tainan (ed.), School-based Curriculum Developmentpp.97-122. Tainan: National Teachers College of Tainan.

    9.  Chiang. T.H. 2000. A Comparative Study of Three Main Teacher Organizations in USA and Britain. In National Teachers College of Hsinchu (ed.), The Proceedings of 1998 Annual Educational Conference (pp. pp.1105-1128). Hsinchu: National Teachers College of Hsinchu.

    10.Chiang. T.H. 2000. Political Ideology and Class Ideology in Taiwanese Educational DevelopmentThe Perspective of Sociology of Curriculum Knowledge. In National Teachers College of Hsinchu (ed.), The Proceedings of 1998 Annual Educational Conference (pp. pp. 1129-1160). Hsinchu: National Teachers College of Hsinchu.

    11.Chiang. T.H. 2000. Critique on the Concept and Implementation of Integrated Curriculum from Sociological Perspectives. In National Teachers College of Tainan (ed.), The Nine-Year-Integrated Curriculum: From Theories, Policies to Implementation pp.21-46. Kaohsiung: Fu-Wen.

    12.Chiang. T.H. 2000. Analyzing the Academic Constraints of Indigenous Students and the Way of School Curriculum from the Perspectives of Sociology of Curriculum Knowledge. In Graduate Institute of Education of Chung Cheng University: Ideas and Practices in New Centurypp. 67-92. Kaohsiung: Fu-Wen.

    13.Chiang. T.H. 2001. A Study of Teachers’ INSET Policy in Wales, UK. In Yang, S.J. (ed.), In-Service Education of Teachers: An International Comparison pp.53-112. Taipei: Yang-Chih Book.

    14.Chiang. T.H. 2002. Social Mobility and Schooling in Capitalist Society: the Perspectives of Critical Sociology of Education. Taipei: Higher Education.

    15.Chiang. T.H.2003. The Political Characteristics of British Teachers’

    Associations. In Yang, S.K. (ed.), An International Comparison of Teacher

    Associations and Professional Rightspp.25--82. Taipei: Higher

    Education.

    16.Chiang. T.H.2004. The Problems and Social Meanings of considerably enlarging the Capacity of Higher Education. In Chinese Comparative Education Society – Taipei (ed.), The Integration and Competitiveness of Education pp.35-84. Kaohsiung: Fu-Wen.

    17.Chiang. T.H.2005. Sociology of Curriculum Knowledge. In Taiwan Association for the Sociology of Education (ed.), Sociology of Educationpp.221--256. Taipei: Big Wave.

    18.18. Chiang. T.H.2005The Theory of B. Bernstein and Its Implications in Pedagogy. In Chinese Curriculum and Instruction Society (ed.), The Curriculum and Instruction of Reconstructed Social Valuespp.215--251. Kaohsiung: Fu-Wen.

    19.Chiang. T.H.2006K. MarxA Pioneering Master of Conflict Perspectives. In Tan, K.T and Wang, L.Y. (eds.), Sociology of Education: Scholars and Thoughtspp.1--31. Taipei: Higher Education.

    20.Chiang, Tien-Hui2007. The Praxis of Critical Pedagogy and the Functional Constraint of the State. In Popov, N., Wolhuter, C., Leutwyler, B., Kysilka, M. and černetič, M.eds.. Comparative Education, Teacher Training and New Education AgendaVol. 5, pp. 167-172. Sofia, Bulgaria: Bureau for Educational Services.

    21.Tien-Hui Chiang (2008). Critical Pedagogy, B. Bernstein and Transformative Pedagogy. In Olga Dečman Dobrnjič, Tom Majer, Franc Cankar and Tien-Hui Chiang (eds.). Cross Education Dialogue: Selected Topics107-117. Ljubljana: National Education Institute of Slovenia. ISBN: 978-961-234-651-5

    22.Tien-Hui Chiang2009. British Education. In S.K. Yanged.. Comparative and International Educationpp. 111-169. Taipei: Higher Education. ISBN: 978-957-814-915-1

    23. Chiang, T.H. (2010). Teacher Education Worldwide: the Taiwan Case.

           Presented at International Symposium on Teacher Education in Modern

           Era: Current Trends and Issues, October 1~3, 2010, University of Crete,

           Crete, Greece.

    24. Chiang, Tien-Hui (2010). The Professional Status of Taiwanese Primary

           School Teachers: A Historical Analysis. In K.G. Karras and C.C. Wolhuter

           (eds.), International Handbook on Teacher Education Worldwide

           Volume II (pp. 485-500). Athens, Greece: Atrapos Editions (ISBN:

    978-960-459-088-9).

    25. Chiang, T.H. (2010). Critiques on the Elite and Common Concepts of

           Higher Education Policies: A Study of Taiwan. In M. Pan (ed.). Essays of

           Higher Education in China (pp. 182-198). Beijing: Educational Science.

    26. Chiang, Tien-Hui (2011). A Critique on Sociological Thoughts of Teaching

           Profession and the Cultural Gap between the West and Taiwan. In

    Anastasiades, P., Calogiannakis, P., Karras, K. and Wolhuter, C.C. (eds.),

    Teacher Education in Modern Era: Trends and Issues (pp. 92-112).

    Athens, Greece: Pedagogical Institute, Ministry of Education, Lifelong

    Learning and Religious Affair.

    27. Chiang, T.H. (2011). A Critique on Sociological Thoughts of Teaching

           Profession and the Cultural Gap between the West and Taiwan, In P.

           Anastasiades, P. Calogiannakis, K. Karras, C.C. Wolhuter (eds.),

           Proceedings of the International Symposium,' Teacher Education

           in Modern Era-Trends and Issues (pp. 105-127). University of Crete and

           Ministry of Education of Greece-Pedagogical Institute, Athens, ION

           Publishers. ISBN 978-960-87898-5-2

    28. Chiang, T.H. Hsu, C.T. and Chen, P.C. (2011). The Retrospect of

           Sociology of Education. In Chinese Education Society (ed.), The

           Retrospect of the Last 100 Year Education (pp.405-446). Taipei: Xue-Fu.

    29.  Tien-Hui Chiang (2011). British Education. In S.K. Yang et al.ed.. Comparative and International Education (2nd edition)pp. 121-192. Taipei: Higher Education. ISBN: 978-986-266-030-0

    30.  Chiang Tien-Hui (2014) . Pursuing Ideology or Conforming Reality: Why does Education shift its Function from Equity to Competitiveness in the Era of Globalization? In P. Calogiannakis and C. Wolhuter Charls (eds.), Crisis in Education: Trends and Issues. (in press)

     

    Oversea Conference Experiences

    1.    Chiang, T.H. (1998). From Taiwanese Primary School Curriculum Reforms to Analyze the Relationship between Teacher Education and Social Control. Paper presented at the 2nd Annual Conference of The Comparative Education Society of Asia. October 7-9, 1998 Beijing.

    2.  Chiang, T.H.2000. A Study on the Relationship between Educational

           Achievement and Social Mobility in Taiwan. Paper presented at 19th

    CESE Conference Comparative Education Society in Europe, Sept. 3-7,

    Bologna, Italy.

    3. Chiang, T.H.2004. The Characteristics of Taiwanese Teacher Cultures

           and Their Influence on the Operation of Teacher Associations. Presented

           at 12th World Congress of Comparative Education Societies, Oct. 25-29,

           2004, Havana, Cuba.

    4. Chiang, T.H.2007. The Influence of Taiwanese Teacher Cultures on

    the Operation of Teacher Associations. Presented at International

    Management Education Conference 2007: Comparative Perspectives of

    Best Practices, June 22 – 24, 2007, Faculty of Business and Economics,

    Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Penang, Malaysia.

    5. Chiang, T.H.2007. The Praxis of Critical Pedagogy and the

    Functional Constraint of the State. Present at the 5th International Conference:

    Comparative Education, Teacher Training and New Education Agenda,

    Organized by the Bulgarian Comparative Education Society (BCES), 28 –

    31 August 2007, Sofia, Bulgaria.

    6. Chiang, T.H.2008. Power, Knowledge, Social Control and

    Transformative Pedagogy. Presented at The 2nd International

    Conference on Educational Models in Global Societies,

    organized by the National Education Institute Slovenia, the Tabor

    Boarding School, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 17 - 18 April, 2008.

    7. Chiang, T.H.2008. The Medium for constituting the Interactive

    Relations between Structure and Agency: an Analysis of Primary

    Teachers’ Professional Identity and Cultural Awareness. Presented at the

    2008 Annual Conference on the Reflection on the Research of Sociology

    of Education, Guangxi Normal University, Guilin, China, 7-9 November,

    2008.

    8. Chiang, T.H.2009.The Development of Taiwanese Higher

    Educational System and Its Inequity. Presented at the 2009 Tsinghua

    Forum on Education Equity, hosted by the Ford Foundation,

    Tsinghua, Beijing, China, 19 March.

    9. Chiang, T.H.2009. A Sociological Analysis in Curriculum Policies and

    Social Inequality: Rational Capital and Educational Actions of Different

    Social Class Parents. Presented at the 2009 Education Conference of

    East China Normal University, Shanghai, China, 4~5 July.

    10. Chiang, Tien-Hui2009. The Professional Status of Taiwanese Primary

           School Teachers: A Historical Analysis. Presented at the Asian

    Conference on Education 2009, hosted by the International Academic

    Forum (Japan), October 24-25, 2009, Osaka, Japan.

    11. Chiang, T.H. (2009). Critiques on the Elite and Common Concepts of

           Higher Education Policies: A Study of Taiwan. Presented at the Sixth

    Annul Higher Education Conference of Taiwan and Mainland China: The

    New Stage of Higher Education Development in the New Relation

     between Taiwan and Mainland China. College of Education, Xiamen

    University, Xiamen, China, October, 28-29.

    12. Chiang, T.H. (2009). A Study in the Quantity and Quality of Taiwanese

           Compulsory Education System. Presented at the 18th Annual Congress

    of Middle-age Researchers of Chinese Education Society --- the

    Improvement of Compulsory Education Quality. College of Education,

    Guangzhou University. November, 21-24

    13. Chiang, T.H.2010. The Influence of Sino-Culture on the Meanings

     of University Diplomas in TaiwanThe Cultural Gap between the West

    and Taiwan. Presented at the 2010 Asian Conference on Arts and

     Humanities: East meets West hosted by the International Academic

    Forum, June 18-21 2010, the Ramada Osaka, Osaka, Japan

    14. Chiang, T.H. (2010). How Globalization Drives the Higher Education

           Policy of the State. Presented at the 2010 Asian Conference on

           Education (featured speech), hosted by the International Academic

           Forum, December 2-5 2010, the Ramada Osaka, Osaka, Japan

    15. Chiang, T.H. (2011). The Challenges of Globalization and Localization on

           Taiwanese Higher Education System. Presented at the Education Reform

           of Greater China Symposiumkeynote speech, April, 1, 2011, National

           Institute of Education, Singapore.

    16. Chiang, T.H. (2011). The Interaction between Globalization and Taiwan

           Higher Education Policies . Presented at the International Conference of

           Education, Culture and People. July 16~18, Soochow University,

           Soochow, China.

    17. Chiang, T.H. (2011). The Crises of Commercialization and National

           Identity in Taiwanese Higher Education System. Presented at the 13th

           Annual Conference of Educational Theorieskeynote speech.

           September 25~26, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China.

    18. Chiang, T.H.2011. Globalization, Sino-Culture and the Expansion

           of Higher Education System in Taiwan. Presented at the 2011 Regional

           Symposium on Asian Education and Development Studies, November 5,

           2011, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan.

    19. Chiang, T.H. Hsu, C.T. and Chen, P.C. (2011). The Retrospect of

    Sociology of Education. Presented at the 2011 International Conference:  The Retrospect of the Last 100 Year Education. Taipei: Taiwan Normal University, November 11, 2011.

    20. Chiang, T.H. (2012). The Meanings of Social Capital for School Principals

           in Taiwan. (keynote speech), Presented at International Conference on

           Education : A panacea for Human Conflict Management, February 24-26,

           2012, Annamalai University, India

    21. Chiang, T.H. (2012). The Interaction between Social Culture and Social

           Capital: The Case of Taiwanese School Masters. Presented at the 2012

           Asian Conference on Arts and Humanitiesfeatured speech, hosted by

           the International Academic Forum, April 6-8, 2012, the Ramada Osaka,

           Osaka, Japan.

    22. Chiang, T.H.(2012). Critique on the Influence of Neo-Liberalism on      Higher Education Development. Presented at the 7th Cross-strait        Higher Education Forum --- Constructing Mechanism for Developing

           Cooperation in Cross-strait Higher and Vocational Education Learning

           Exchanges. Ming-Chuan University, April 19, 2012.

    23. Chiang, T.H. (2012). New Components of the Teaching Profession and A

    Reflection on the Examination-oriented Teaching. Presented at the 2012

    Summit Conference of Teacher Development, Guangxi Normal

    University, Guangxi, China, June, 23-24, 2012

    24. Chiang, T.H. (2012). Pursuing Ideology or Conforming Reality: Why does

           Education Shift its Function from Equity to Competitiveness in the Era of

           Globalization? Presented at the Second ISA Forum of Sociology: Social

           Justice and Democratization, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 1-4, 2012.

    25. Chiang, T.H. (2013). How teachers contribute to produce the phenomenon

           of cultural reproduction: the factor of normalized pedagogy. Presented at

           the 2013 Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities (featured speech),

           hosted by the International Academic Forum, April 4-7, 2013, the

           Ramada Osaka, Osaka, Japan.