Min Zhou


Professor, Sociology; Professor, Asian American Studies; Walter and Shirely Wang Endowed Chair in U.S.-China Relations and Communications
Department: Sociology CA
Phone: 310-825-3532
Email: mzhou@soc.ucla.edu
Website

Keywords: Chinese Studies

EDUCATION

B.A., English, Zhongshan University, 1982

M.A., Sociology, SUNY Albany, 1985

PhD, Sociology, SUNY Albany, 1989

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Immigration, immigrant adaptation, race and ethnicity, urban sociology

SELETED PUBLICATIONS

Contemporary Chinese America: Immigration, Ethnicity, and Community Transformation. temple University Press, 2009.

The Transformation of Chinese America 《美国华人社会的变迁》.Shanghai: Sanlian Publishers, 2006.

Asian American Youth: Culture, Identity, and Ethnicity (co-edited with Jennifer Lee). Routledge, 2004..

Contemporary Asian America: A Multidisciplinary Reader (co-edited with James V. Gatewood). New York University Press, 2000; 2nd ed., 2007..

“Noneconomic Effects of Ethnic Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Chinatown and Koreatown in Los Angeles, USA” (with Myungduk Cho). Thunderbird
International Business Review
52.2 (2010).

“How Neighborhoods Matter for Immigrant Children: The Formation of Educational Resources in Chinatown, Koreatown, and Pico Union, Los Angeles.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 35.7 (2009).