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Zhou Xiaozheng

Sociology Professor

Renmin University

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Employment History

Social Science Professor

Renmin University of China


Leading Sociologist

People's University of China


Director

Institute of Law and Social Sciences at Renmin University of China


Sociology Professor

People's Daily


Sociologist

Peoples University


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AASBI Articles

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Zhou Xiaozheng, professor of sociology at Renmin University in Beijing, says graduates -- most of them from single-child families -- are getting pickier.
Many are "boomerang kids" or "moonlight clan," he said, the first phrase referring to those that rely on their parents after graduating while the second refers to those who live paycheck to paycheck. "Young people now want to make money but don't want to work hard; they're more speculative than their parents," he said.


www.socaltibet.org

There's no doubt that the income gap is getting larger and larger," said Zhou Xiaozheng, a sociology professor at Renmin University in Beijing.
"To put it simply, the poor are getting poorer and the rich are getting richer."


Sidecarsally – Your Source for Offbeat News and Reviews » Chopped Suey

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"Wu's Tang was nothing to fuck with," the neighbor recalled. A broader theory, one covering all of the crimes, comes from Zhou Xiaozheng of Beijing's Renmin University who said, "The perpetrators have contracted a 'social psychological infectious disease' that shows itself in a desire to take revenge on society.
(Okay, I made one of those theories up.) Even though I don't know half of those words, Zhou Xiaozheng might be right.


www.china.org.cn

Zhou Xiaozheng, a professor of sociology at Renmin University of China, attributes the new approach to marriage choices to changes in society.
"Chinese people's view of choosing a mate has undergone many changes," Zhou said. "In the past, marriage was arranged by parents, which reflected the will of family or country. Then it became a personal choice, or so-called love choice. And now it is more related to material standards, or what we call materialism in marriage." "This is simply because people live in a materialistic world: A couple needs an apartment to live in, which costs a lot; the couple needs to find a good school for their children, which costs a lot; the couple who live far away from their parents need to find a way to support them, which also costs a lot," Zhou said. "It is a vicious circle." Zhou said to reverse the materialistic trend, the country needs to continue its anti-corruption campaign and improve social welfare, and young people need to know that money is not the solution to everything.


Weird China | The China Money Report

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Zhou Xiaozheng, a sociology professor at the Renmin University of China,


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