Supervisor: Prof. Choi Yuk-ping Susanne
Navigating Motherhood and Work in Post-Reform China
Focusing on how mothers in post-reform China may perceive and cope with the relationships between motherhood and work and the structural factors shaping their perceptions and navigating strategies. I conducted organizational ethnography and interviews with mothers to explore their daily childcaring and working experience.
Chen, L., (2023). Gender Policy Mismatch: Why Do Women Not Using Facilities Designed to Help Them Balance Mothering and Work?. Accepted paper presented at the XX ISA World Congress of Sociology, Melbourne, Australia
Chen, L., (2022). Doing Reciprocity: How Do Organizations Shape Women’s Capabilities of Navigating Mothering and Work. Paper presented at Hong Kong Sociological Association 23rd Annual Conference, Hong Kong, China
Awarded year: 2023
Award title: PhD International Mobility for Partnerships and Collaborations Award (PhD IMPAC Award)