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Social Networks and Subjective Wellbeing in Australia: New Evidence from a National Survey Scopus SSCI
期刊论文 | 2019 , 53 (2) , 401-421 | Sociology
WoS CC Cited Count: 1 SCOPUS Cited Count: 3
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© 2018, The Author(s) 2018. The article draws on data from a national survey in Australia in 2014 to examine how social networks affect life satisfaction and happiness. Findings show that social network composition, social attachment, perceived social support and the volume of social resources are significantly positively associated with life satisfaction and happiness. Stress about social commitments, feeling restricted by social demands and being excluded by a social group are negatively associated with life satisfaction and happiness. These results indicate that social networks have both ‘bright side’ and ‘dark side’ effects on subjective wellbeing.

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Australia happiness life satisfaction social networks subjective wellbeing

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GB/T 7714 Huang, Xianbi , Western, Mark , Bian, Yanjie et al. Social Networks and Subjective Wellbeing in Australia: New Evidence from a National Survey [J]. | Sociology , 2019 , 53 (2) : 401-421 .
MLA Huang, Xianbi et al. "Social Networks and Subjective Wellbeing in Australia: New Evidence from a National Survey" . | Sociology 53 . 2 (2019) : 401-421 .
APA Huang, Xianbi , Western, Mark , Bian, Yanjie , Li, Yaojun , Côté, Rochelle , Huang, Yangtao . Social Networks and Subjective Wellbeing in Australia: New Evidence from a National Survey . | Sociology , 2019 , 53 (2) , 401-421 .
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人际情报网络何以提升中国企业的国际竞争力?——基于陕西走出去企业的实证研究 CSSCI-C PKU
期刊论文 | 2018 , (5) , 59-63,181 | 情报杂志
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[目的/意义]中国企业如何提升其国际竞争力?通过聚焦人际情报网络,研究其对提升企业国际竞争力的理论意义和实际效果.[方法/过程]在梳理相关文献的基础上,开展了多例企业访谈,分析了陕西企业问卷调查数据,针对人际情报网络的政府、市场、社会渠道的相对效应,检验了相关研究假设.[结果/结论]主要研究发现:一是市场渠道和社会渠道的人际情报网络,注重联系松散、异质性高的"弱关系",而对交往密切、同质性高的"强关系"并无期待;二是政府渠道的人际情报网络,是强弱关系并举的,通过弱关系获得及时的非重复性情报,而通过强关系获得深度的关键情报;三是获取任何隐性知识都需要强关系.核心结论是,人际情报网络在企业国际化的发展中是不可或缺的社会资源,我国企业需要有意识地建立和加强人际情报网络的社会资源功能.

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企业国际化 强弱关系 竞争情报 人际情报网络

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GB/T 7714 解娟 , 杨洋 , 边燕杰 . 人际情报网络何以提升中国企业的国际竞争力?——基于陕西走出去企业的实证研究 [J]. | 情报杂志 , 2018 , (5) : 59-63,181 .
MLA 解娟 et al. "人际情报网络何以提升中国企业的国际竞争力?——基于陕西走出去企业的实证研究" . | 情报杂志 5 (2018) : 59-63,181 .
APA 解娟 , 杨洋 , 边燕杰 . 人际情报网络何以提升中国企业的国际竞争力?——基于陕西走出去企业的实证研究 . | 情报杂志 , 2018 , (5) , 59-63,181 .
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论社会资本的累积效应 CSSCI-C PKU
期刊论文 | 2018 , (5) , 5-17 | 学术界
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社会资本不但对求职者的地位获得产生即时影响,而且其作用具有累积效应.社会资本影响职业生涯的累积效应反映在延时效应和多次使用的叠加效应两个方面.使用职业生涯数据检验相关研究假设,数据分析表明,在相对较长的职业生涯中,随着工龄的增加,使用关系人的求职者,入职后从关系人获得的社会资本持续发挥作用,提高劳职匹配程度、增多晋升机会、提升职业地位,而这些延时效应对于高等教育群体尤为明显.当连续变换工作时,偶尔使用关系人可以获得社会资本的提升作用,频繁使用关系人则将丧失这一作用,即社会资本的叠加效应趋于零.社会资本累积效应的概念可以引发对许多社会现象的思考,此概念在其他社会生活领域的意义有待挖掘.

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累积效应 地位获得 社会资本 人力资本

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GB/T 7714 边燕杰 , 孙宇 , 李颖晖 . 论社会资本的累积效应 [J]. | 学术界 , 2018 , (5) : 5-17 .
MLA 边燕杰 et al. "论社会资本的累积效应" . | 学术界 5 (2018) : 5-17 .
APA 边燕杰 , 孙宇 , 李颖晖 . 论社会资本的累积效应 . | 学术界 , 2018 , (5) , 5-17 .
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Social Networks and Subjective Well-Being: A Comparison of Australia, Britain, and China Scopus SSCI
期刊论文 | 2018 , 19 (8) , 2489-2508 | Journal of Happiness Studies
WoS CC Cited Count: 2 SCOPUS Cited Count: 2
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© 2017 Springer Science+Business Media B.V. This paper is a comparative study of formal and informal social networks and their effects on subjective well-being in Australia, Britain, and China. Formal social networks are measured by group affiliations, and informal social networks are measured by personal connections with kin, friends, and acquaintances. An analysis of the national representative sample surveys from the three countries shows that the formal networks are of notable importance in increasing people’s subjective well-being in Britain and urban China, but the informal networks have much greater impacts in all three countries, particularly in rural China. We propose a cultural–structural interaction framework to explain the observed differences in the network influence on subjective well-being in the three countries.

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Australia Britain China Social networks Subjective well-being

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GB/T 7714 Bian, Yanjie , Hao, Mingsong , Li, Yaojun . Social Networks and Subjective Well-Being: A Comparison of Australia, Britain, and China [J]. | Journal of Happiness Studies , 2018 , 19 (8) : 2489-2508 .
MLA Bian, Yanjie et al. "Social Networks and Subjective Well-Being: A Comparison of Australia, Britain, and China" . | Journal of Happiness Studies 19 . 8 (2018) : 2489-2508 .
APA Bian, Yanjie , Hao, Mingsong , Li, Yaojun . Social Networks and Subjective Well-Being: A Comparison of Australia, Britain, and China . | Journal of Happiness Studies , 2018 , 19 (8) , 2489-2508 .
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跨城乡婚姻的社会资本后果 CSSCI-C PKU
期刊论文 | 2018 , (4) , 114-121 | 人文杂志
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社会资本是嵌入于社会结构、取之于社会关系的资源.当个体所处的结构位置发生变化时,其所占有的社会资本是否发生变化?本文研究跨城乡婚姻是否增加出身农村群体的社会资本.理论上,跨城乡婚姻虽为当事人带来更多的交往机会,但是个人的社会交往行为并不会无限扩大,所以交往对象的增加是一个高度选择的行为结果.CGSS2006农村样本分析显示,跨城乡婚姻增加进城人员与城市管理人员和专业技术人员的交往,但并不显著增加他们与城市亲友的交往,所呈现的是一种逆差序格局的特征.

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因果分析 城乡边界 社会资本 跨城乡婚姻

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GB/T 7714 芦强 , 边燕杰 . 跨城乡婚姻的社会资本后果 [J]. | 人文杂志 , 2018 , (4) : 114-121 .
MLA 芦强 et al. "跨城乡婚姻的社会资本后果" . | 人文杂志 4 (2018) : 114-121 .
APA 芦强 , 边燕杰 . 跨城乡婚姻的社会资本后果 . | 人文杂志 , 2018 , (4) , 114-121 .
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The causal effect of social capital on income: A new analytic strategy SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 54 , 82-90 | SOCIAL NETWORKS
WoS CC Cited Count: 2 SCOPUS Cited Count: 2
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This study identifies three groups of job seekers in terms of the channels used to search for jobs: the formal channel involving only official procedures to obtain a job, the informal channel using only social contacts to obtain a job, and the joint channel leveraging both social contacts and official procedures. The analysis of a national sample survey of China shows that joint channel users, due to their relatively higher level of social capital, not only make more job search attempts but also obtain higher income than formal channel users. Meanwhile, joint channel users, because of their relative advantages in both human capital and social capital, not only make more job attempts but also obtain higher income than informal channel users. The two comparisons offer a new strategy to test the causal role social capital plays in labour market success, regardless of whether social capital is exogenous or endogenous to human capital. (C) 2018 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Joint channel Reservation wage Social capital Endogeneity Causal effect Human capital

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GB/T 7714 Shen, Jing , Bian, Yanjie . The causal effect of social capital on income: A new analytic strategy [J]. | SOCIAL NETWORKS , 2018 , 54 : 82-90 .
MLA Shen, Jing et al. "The causal effect of social capital on income: A new analytic strategy" . | SOCIAL NETWORKS 54 (2018) : 82-90 .
APA Shen, Jing , Bian, Yanjie . The causal effect of social capital on income: A new analytic strategy . | SOCIAL NETWORKS , 2018 , 54 , 82-90 .
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More than double jeopardy: An intersectional analysis of persistent income disadvantages of Chinese female migrant workers SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 24 (2) , 246-269 | ASIAN JOURNAL OF WOMENS STUDIES
SCOPUS Cited Count: 2
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Researchers have attributed the low wages of Chinese female migrant workers to the independent effects of gender and hukou (household registration). Using an intersectional perspective that recognizes the interplay of gender, birthplace, and hukou, this paper identifies six different groups of workers in China's urban labor market. Both in-depth interviews and survey data demonstrate that from 2003 to 2013, a decade seen as one of China's continuous economic growth and rising income inequality, female migrant workers earned the lowest wages among the six groups, and their income disadvantages were more than double the disadvantages of gender and hukou combined. This trend was persistent during this decade even after the workers' education, party membership, and labor market segregation were taken into account. These results imply a within-job wage differential for female migrant workers and a discriminatory wage policy that is tacitly observed by both state and private employers.

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Intersectionality income inequality hukou female migrant workers China patriarchy

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GB/T 7714 Wang, Yixuan , Cheng, Cheng , Bian, Yanjie . More than double jeopardy: An intersectional analysis of persistent income disadvantages of Chinese female migrant workers [J]. | ASIAN JOURNAL OF WOMENS STUDIES , 2018 , 24 (2) : 246-269 .
MLA Wang, Yixuan et al. "More than double jeopardy: An intersectional analysis of persistent income disadvantages of Chinese female migrant workers" . | ASIAN JOURNAL OF WOMENS STUDIES 24 . 2 (2018) : 246-269 .
APA Wang, Yixuan , Cheng, Cheng , Bian, Yanjie . More than double jeopardy: An intersectional analysis of persistent income disadvantages of Chinese female migrant workers . | ASIAN JOURNAL OF WOMENS STUDIES , 2018 , 24 (2) , 246-269 .
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More or less guanxi: Trust is 60% network context, 10% individual difference SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 54 , 12-25 | SOCIAL NETWORKS
WoS CC Cited Count: 7 SCOPUS Cited Count: 10
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The strong ties known in China as guanxi can be distinguished by a high level of trust relatively independent of the surrounding social structure. Using network data from a stratified probability sample of 700 entrepreneurs citing 4664 contacts, we study guanxi relative to other relations to learn how much individual differences such as well-being, business differences, political participation and demographic factors matter for the guanxi distinction. Two findings stand out: First, the connection between trust and social network is robust to most differences between individuals, especially business and political differences. Trust variance is 60% network context, and 10% individual differences. Trust increases within a relationship as network closure increases around the relationship, but some relationships mature into guanxi ties within which trust is high and relatively independent of the surrounding social structure. Second, when individual differences matter, they concern social isolation. Guanxi ties are more distinct in the networks around entrepreneurs with small, marginal families, and around those with small, closed networks. Both categories of entrepreneurs are likely to experience difficulties with respect to resource access and doing business with people beyond their network, which may explain why longstanding guanxi ties linked to important events are particularly distinct for these entrepreneurs. (C) 2017 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Entrepreneurs Guanxi Trust Network closure Social isolation

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GB/T 7714 Burt, Ronald S. , Bian, Yanjie , Opper, Sonja . More or less guanxi: Trust is 60% network context, 10% individual difference [J]. | SOCIAL NETWORKS , 2018 , 54 : 12-25 .
MLA Burt, Ronald S. et al. "More or less guanxi: Trust is 60% network context, 10% individual difference" . | SOCIAL NETWORKS 54 (2018) : 12-25 .
APA Burt, Ronald S. , Bian, Yanjie , Opper, Sonja . More or less guanxi: Trust is 60% network context, 10% individual difference . | SOCIAL NETWORKS , 2018 , 54 , 12-25 .
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The Structure of Labor Markets in the US and China: Social Capital and Guanxi SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 14 (1) , 5-36 | MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION REVIEW
WoS CC Cited Count: 3 SCOPUS Cited Count: 3
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Despite the major cultural and political differences between the United States and China, in both countries access to jobs is supposed to be guided by fair and equitable procedures. In the US, there is a presumption of an open labor market in which potential employees compete on the basis of their qualifications, where the fairness of decisions is guided by anti-discrimination laws and normative organizational policies. In China, although there is a history of close relationships that guide the exchange of favors, following the 1949 revolution, Communist Party leaders were given the authority to allocate positions in ways that were supposed to eliminate special privileges of class and background. Yet recent research has suggested that social connections are an important part of getting a job in both the US and China for two-thirds to three-quarters of job seekers. In the US context, such connections are described as social capital. In the Chinese context, connections are defined as guanxi. In this article, we review research on labor market processes in both the US and China to address three important questions: (a) How can we understand the similar functioning of labor markets in such distinct cultural and political systems as the US and China? (b) What are the mechanisms or processes by which people find jobs in the US and China, and how are people able to access these mechanisms or processes in the context of constraining social structures and legal environments? and (c) What are the theoretical implications of the generalized particularism' that seems to shape labor markets in both the US and China.

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guanxi social capital labor markets social networks

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GB/T 7714 DiTomaso, Nancy , Bian, Yanjie . The Structure of Labor Markets in the US and China: Social Capital and Guanxi [J]. | MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION REVIEW , 2018 , 14 (1) : 5-36 .
MLA DiTomaso, Nancy et al. "The Structure of Labor Markets in the US and China: Social Capital and Guanxi" . | MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION REVIEW 14 . 1 (2018) : 5-36 .
APA DiTomaso, Nancy , Bian, Yanjie . The Structure of Labor Markets in the US and China: Social Capital and Guanxi . | MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION REVIEW , 2018 , 14 (1) , 5-36 .
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The influence of hukou and college education in China's labour market SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 55 (7) , 1504-1524 | URBAN STUDIES
WoS CC Cited Count: 4 SCOPUS Cited Count: 5
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This paper examines the impact of hukou and college education on job placement and wage attainment for Chinese rural migrant workers in the cities. The analysis of the 2010 Chinese General Social Survey shows that when rural-born individuals gain both urban hukou and college education, they enjoy equal job-sector placement and they earn significantly higher wages than the college-educated locals. But in the absence of a rural-to-urban hukou transfer, migrants have fewer opportunities to go to college than local peers, and even college education does not gain a migrant an equal chance of working in the state sector or receiving equal earnings. A major contribution of this study is to suggest a nine-category analytic scheme, which takes into account how education, hukou and type of workplace affect one another in jointly influencing labour market inequality between rural migrants and urbanite workers.

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hukou career sequence education wage income job placement

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GB/T 7714 Xiao, Yang , Bian, Yanjie . The influence of hukou and college education in China's labour market [J]. | URBAN STUDIES , 2018 , 55 (7) : 1504-1524 .
MLA Xiao, Yang et al. "The influence of hukou and college education in China's labour market" . | URBAN STUDIES 55 . 7 (2018) : 1504-1524 .
APA Xiao, Yang , Bian, Yanjie . The influence of hukou and college education in China's labour market . | URBAN STUDIES , 2018 , 55 (7) , 1504-1524 .
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