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Teachers of School of Political Science and Public Administration published multiple papers in SSCI Q1

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Since February this year, teachers of School of Political Science and Public Administration(SPSPA) have published a number of papers in SSCI Q1.


The paper “Association between disaster experience and quality of life: the mediating role of disaster risk perception” was published in Quality of Life Research by Professor Han Ziqiang as corresponding author of SPSPA. This article mainly analyzes the impact of disaster experience on people ’s quality of life, focusing on the mediating effect of risk perception. The paper "The Framing of Nuclear Energy in Chinese Media Discourse: A Comparison between National and Local Newspapers" was published in the Journal of Cleaner Production. This article mainly compares the differences between central and local media in the construction of nuclear energy risks and benefits. Although the both overall maintained a consistent trend, the local media's construction of the revenue dimension was significantly less. In addition, two articles on school bullying were also published in the journals of Q1. Those respectively are "Ethnic differences in experiences of school bullying in China" in Children and Youth Services Review and "Weight status and school bullying experiences in urban China: the difference between boys and girls" in Journal of interpersonal violence. Generally speaking, ethnic factors are not a risk factor for school bullying experiences in China and there are differences in “weight” in bullying experiences between genders. The above two articles were respectively written by student as first author.

The paper "Influence measurement of rapid urbanization on agricultural production factors based on provincial panel data" was published in the journal Socio-Economic Planning Sciences written by assistant professor Li Jintao of the Institute of Governance as the first author. The main points of this article are as follows: Urbanization promotes agricultural production technology and capital development, improves agricultural production efficiency and increases farmers' income but at the same time it brings serious problems such as labor aging and soil environmental pollution to agricultural production. Using Cobb Douglas production function and gravity model to comprehensively measure the impact of urbanization on agricultural production factors, the results show that economic urbanization has a positive effect on capital factors, while population urbanization has a negative effect on labor factors; regional differences in urbanization affects the spatial differentiation of the elasticity coefficient of labor force, capital and technology of agricultural production: the elasticity coefficient of land and labor force in the eastern region is higher and the elasticity coefficient of capital in the central region is higher. Finally, the study proposes to ensure sustainable agricultural development by increasing agricultural transfer payments, building a stable market environment and optimizing the industrial structure.


The paper “Is there a new international trade order?” was published in the Chinese Journal of International Politics by Zhao Yujia of SPSPA as the independent author.The main argument of the article is that despite the challenges of stagnation in the Doha Round negotiations, slowing trade growth, and competition in free trade agreements, the world trade order has not undergone fundamental changes from 1996 to 2016 and order stability is high. After 2017, the stability of the current trade order has weakened but the openness of international trade has not changed overall because of the high dependence of major trading nations on trade; the type of international trade order within 10 years will not change in virture of the current decentralization of the power to formulate international trade rules.


Han Ziqiang is a professor and doctoral supervisor at the School of Political Science and Public Administration of Shandong University. His main research areas are risk, disaster, crisis and emergency management. In recent years, he has published more than 20 SCI / SSCI / CSSCI papers as the first author / corresponding author, and published one English book. As a guest editor, he edited a special issue of the disaster and emergency management research of the journal Sustainability(SCI&SSCI) and he provides anonymous review services for a number of SSCI / SCI journals. He presided over a number of provincial and ministerial projects, and participated in a number of major and key projects from the science and social sciences. He has won honorary awards such as Qilu Young Scholars from Shandong University, Wulianchun Youth Social Science Star from Sichuan University, and the second prize of the 2015 Civil Policy Research Paper.


Li Jintao, Assistant Professor of Institute of Public Governance, Shandong University. His main research interests are land use and urban and rural development. He has participated in research projects of the National Science and Technology Support Program, key projects of the National Natural Science Foundation, and major projects of the National Social Science Foundation. He acts as a reviewer for Land Degradation & Development and Journal of Geographical Sciences. He published 4 papers as the first author in Sustainability, Journal of Mountain Science, Habitat International and Socio-economic planning sciences(All belongs to SSCI/SCI) and more than 10 papers in Chinese core journals such as "Journal of Geography" and "Geography Research".


Zhao Yujia, received a PhD degree from the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom in 2016, and worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of International Relations, Tsinghua University from 2016 to 2018. Her main research interests include moral realism, strategic credibility and international leadership of major powers, and the international economic and trade order. She has published 3 papers in Chinese Journal of International Politics and Quarterly Journal of International Political and many other conference papers.

Quality of Life Research is a SSCI journal, ranking 35th out of 164 journals in PUBLIC, ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH.

Journal of Cleaner Production is a SSCI journal, ranking 8th among 52 journals in ENGINEERING, ENVIRONMENTAL, 18th in 251 journals in ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES, and 6th in 35 journals in GREEN & SUSTAINABLE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY.

Children and Youth Services Review is a SSCI journal, ranking 7th out of 43 journals in Social Work.

Journal of interpersonal violence is a SSCI journal, ranking 9th out of 65 journals in CRIMINOLOGY & PENOLOGY, 5th out of 46 journals in Family Studies, and 17th out of 82 journals in PSYCHOLOGY, APPLIED.

Socio-Economic Planning Sciences is a SSCI journal, ranking 81st out of 363 journals in ECONOMICS.

Chinese Journal of International Politics is a SSCI journal and ranks 15th out of 91 journals in INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS.


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