沙学汉(David Schak)

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DAVID SCHAK
 
Academic Qualifications
 
A.B. Oriental Languages, University of California, Berkeley, 1965
M.A. Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, 1967
PhD Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, 1973
                                                                       
Academic Positions
 
1976-2004: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Assoc Prof Asian Studies, Griffith University.
2004-present: Adjunct Assoc Prof, International Business and Asian Studies, Griffith University
1971-73: Lecturer/Behavioral Sciences, University of Michigan, Dearborn
1971: Lecturer/Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley
1971, 1975: Lecturer/Anthropology, California State University, Hayward
1968-69: Teaching Assistant/Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley
 
1973-74: Visiting Assoc Prof/Sociology, National Taiwan University
1975-76: Visiting Lecturer/Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley
1988, 1997, 2005: Visiting Professor, Institute of Sociology & Anthropology, National Tsinghua University, Taiwan
2003 Visiting Professor, Institute of Anthropology, Tzu-chi University, Taiwan
2006, Visiting Professor, Political Science Institute, National Sun Yatsen University, Taiwan
2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009 Visiting Scholar, Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
 
Teaching Activities
 
Present Teaching Responsibilities (*Convenor)
 
*AIS 3010 The Social Context of Asian Business
*AIS 7002 Asian Societies: Tradition, Transformation, and Conflict
*AIS 2017 Communicating across Cultures in Asia and Australia
AIS 1008 Asian Cultures and Values: Ancient Roots and Modern Challenges
AIS 2004 Family, Gender and Sexuality in Asia and Australia
 
New Subjects Initiated and Created
 
Introduction to the Study of Society
Urbanisation
Development and Change in Asia
Traditional Chinese Society and Culture
Modern Chinese Society and Culture
Culture and Business
Theory and Concept in Social Science through Asian Case Studies
The Social Context of Asian Business
Asian Societies: Tradition, Transformation, and Conflict
 
Research
Awards
 
1997-98: Senior Fellowship, International Institute of Asian Studies, Netherlands,
 
Books and Research Monographs
 
1.    Schak, David C., 1974, Dating and Mate Selection in Modern Taiwan. Asian Folklore and Social Life Monograph, V. 55. , Series Editors: Wolfram Eberhard and Lou Tsu-k'uang, Taipei: Chinese Association of Folklore.
 
2.    Schak, David C., 1988, A Chinese Beggars' Den: Poverty and Mobility in an Underclass Community. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.
 
3.    Schak, David C., (ed.), 1994 Entrepreneurship, Economic Growth and Social Change: The Transformation of Southern China, Australia-Asia Papers No. 71, Griffith University Centre for the Study of Australia-Asian Relations.
 
4.    Schak, David C., and Wayne Hudson (eds), 2003 Civil Society in Asia, Aldershot: Ashgate.
 
Refereed Journal Articles
 
1.    Schak, David C., 1972, 'Determinants of Children's Play Patterns in a Chinese City: The Interplay of Space and Values,' Urban Anthropology 1(2):195-204.
 
2.    Schak, David C., 1974, 'Pinging Wenhua: Yige Pinglun' (The Culture of Poverty: A Critical Review). Shehui Xuekan 10:31-50.
 
3.    Nickum, James and David Schak, 1979, 'Living Standards and Economic Development in Shanghai and Taiwan,' China Quarterly 75:26-49. 
 
4.    Schak, David C., 1989, 'Socio-economic Mobility among the Poor in Taiwan,' Modern China 15(3):346-373.
 
5.    Schak, David C., 1989, 'Assistance to Poor Relatives: Chinese Kinship Reconsidered' Journal of Oriental Studies (Hong Kong University) XXVII (1 & 2): 111-139.
 
6.    Schak, David C., 1993, 'Poverty reduction and the rise of the middle class in Taiwan.' Development Bulletin, 28(10):27-29. 
 
7.    Schak, David C., 1995, 'The Spirit of Capitalism: A Critique,' Tsinghua Hsueh Pao 13:86-104.
 
8.    Schak, David C., 1997, 'Taiwanese Labour Management in China,' Employee Relations, 19(4):365-73.
 
9.    Schak, David C., 1998, 'Bilaterality in Urban Chinese Kinship: A Taiwan Case Study,' China Information XII (4): 21-43.
 
10. Schak, David C., 1999, 'Taiwanese Migration to Australia: Problems of Social and Economic Adjustment,' Journal of Population Studies, 12(20):1-34.
 
11. Lai Chi-kong and David Schak, 2001, 'Labour Relations in Asia,' Australian Journal of Politics & History, 47(1)1-3, (special issue Labour Relations in Asia, C. Lai, D. Schak, L. Liew, M. Chan, special editors).
 
12. Schak, David C., 2005, 'The Inadequacies of Cultural Explanations of Chinese Business: Chineseness and Networking, Journal of the Humanities and Social Science, 4: 1-36.
 
13. Schak, David C. & Hsiao-hsin Michael Hsiao, 2005, 'Les Organisations bouddhistes socialment engages à Taiwan,' Perspectives Chinoises, 88:45-59.
 
14. Schak, David C., 2005, 'Culture and Political Culture: An Anthropological View,' Asian Studies Review 29:305-12.
 
15. Schak, David C. 2008, 'Gender and Buddhism in Taiwan,' Hsuan Chuang Journal of Buddhist Studies, 9:145-174.
 
16. Schak, David C., 2008, 'Socially-engaged Buddhism , Civil Society and Civility in Taiwan,' Universal Gate Buddhist Journal, 44: 289-320 (part 1).
 
17. Schak, David C., 2008, 'Socially-engaged Buddhism , Civil Society and Civility in Taiwan,' Universal Gate Buddhist Journal, 45:303-326 (part 2).
 
18. Schak, David C., 2009, 'Community and the New Buddhism in Taiwan,' Journal of Chinese Ritual, Theatre and Folklore, No. 163:161-192.
 
19. Schak, David C., 2009, 'The Development of Civility in Taiwan,' Pacific Affairs 82(3):447-465.
 
20. Schak, David C. 2011, Protestantism in China: A Dilemma for the Party-State,' Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 2/2011:71-106.
 
in press,
Gries Peter, Jenny Su and David C Schak, 'Towards the Scientific Study of Polytheism: Beyond Forced Choice Measures of Religious Belief,' Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion.
 
Books Chapters
 
1.    Schak, David C., 1979, 'Images of Beggars in Chinese Culture,' in S. Allan & A. Cohen, eds., Lore and Religion in China: Essays in Honor of Wolfram Eberhard on his Seventieth Birthday. San Francisco: Chinese Materials Center, Inc. pp. 109-133.
 
2.    Julia Howell and David Schak, 1992, 'Religions Traditions in Asia,' in C. Mackerras, ed., Eastern Asia: An Introductory History. Melbourne: Longman Cheshire. pp. 51-68.
 
3.    Julia Howell and David Schak, 1992, 'The Role of Religions in Modernising Asia,' in C. Makers, ed., Eastern Asia: An Introductory History. Melbourne: Longman Cheshire. pp. 498-509.
 
4.    Schak, David C., 1994, 'Dalu Re and Liugen: Investment Decisions of Taiwanese Entrepreneurs,' in D. Schak, ed., Entrepreneurship, Economic Growth and Social Change: The Transformation of Southern China, Australia-Asia Papers No. 71, Griffith University Centre for the Study of Australia-Asian Relations, pp. 60-83.
 
5.    Schak, David C., 1994, 'Introduction,' in D. Schak, ed., Entrepreneurship, Economic Growth and Social Change: The Transformation of Southern China, Australia-Asia Papers No. 71, Griffith University Centre for the Study of Australia-Asian Relations, pp. I-iii.
 
6.    Schak, David C. and Paul Ivory, 'Discussion,' in D. Schak, ed., Entrepreneurship, Economic Growth and Social Change: The Transformation of Southern China, Australia-Asia Papers No. 71, Griffith University Centre for the Study of Australia-Asian Relations, pp. 84-91.
 
7.    Schak, David C., Colin Mackerras and Richard Maidment, 1998, 'Diversity and Convergence in Asia-Pacific Society and Culture,' in R. Maidment and C. Mackerras, eds, Culture and Society in the Asia-Pacific, London & New York: Routledge, pp. 1-14.
 
8.    Schak, David C., 1998, 'Taiwanese-PRC Trade and Investment,' in C. Mackerras, D. McMillen and A. Watson, eds., Dictionary of the Politics of the People’s Republic of China, London & New York: Routledge, pp. 209-211. 
 
9.    Schak, David C., 1999, 'Taiwanese Management Culture: How Best To Explain It,' Huang Fu-san and Weng Chia-yin, eds., Taiwan Shangye Chuantong, (Commercial Traditions of Taiwan), Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica Monograph Series, pp. 525-556.
 
10. Schak, David C., 1999, 'Culture as a Management Issue: The Case of Taiwanese Entrepreneurs in the Pearl River Delta' in Qiaoxiang Ties: Interdisciplinary Approaches to "Cultural Capitalism" in South China, Douw, Leo, Huang, Cen, and Michael R. Godley (eds), Kegan Paul International, London, pp. 238-267.
 
11. Schak, David C., 1999, 'Middle-class Migration and Adjustment: Taiwanese Business Migrants in Brisbane,' in Yen-fen Tseng, Chilla Bulbeck, Nora Chiang, and Hsu Jung-chung, eds., Asian Migration: Pacific Rim Dynamics Taipei: IGAS, National Taiwan University, pp. 117-148.
 
12. Schak, David C., 2000, 'Networks and their Uses in Taiwanese Society' in Chan Kwok Bun, ed., Chinese Business Networks: State, Economy and Culture, Singapore: Prentice-Hall, pp. 112-128.
 
13. Schak, David C., 2002, 'Brisbane,' in Melvin Ember and Carol Ember, eds., Encyclopaedia of Urban Cultures, Danbury: Grolier.
 
14. Schak, David C., 2003, 'Business Associations and Civil Society in China: the Case of the Taiwanese Business Association,' in Civil Society in Asia, Aldershot: Ashgate.
 
15. Schak, David C. and Wayne Hudson, 2003 'Introduction', in Schak and Hudson, eds., Civil Society in Asia, Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 1-8.
 
16. Hudson, Wayne and David C. Schak, 2003, 'Postscript: An Agenda for Further Research,' in Schak and Hudson, eds., Civil Society in Asia, Aldershot: Ashgate, 225-27.
 
17. Schak, David C. 2007 'Socially-Engaged Buddhism in Taiwan and its Contributions to Civil Society,' in Development and Practice of Humanitarian Buddhism: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Hsu Mutsu, Jinhua Chen & Lori Meeks, eds. Hualien, Tzuchi University Press, pp. 197-226.
 
18. Schak, David C., 2009, 'Civil Society,' in David Pong, Editor-in-Chief, Julia F. Andrews, Jean-Philippe Beja, Flemming Christiansen, David Faure, Antonia Finnane, Associate Editors, Encyclopedia of Modern China, Detroit: Charles Scribner's Sons, vol. 1, pp. 269-271.
 
19. Schak, David C., 2009, 'Poverty,' in David Pong, Editor-in-Chief, Julia F. Andrews, Jean-Philippe Beja, Flemming Christiansen, David Faure, Antonia Finnane, Associate Editors, Encyclopedia of Modern China, Detroit: Charles Scribner's Sons, vol. 3, pp. 170-175.