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College of International Relations  /
Department of International Relations

 (Male)
 Mario   LIONG  Associate Professor

■Concurrent affiliation
Graduate School of International Relations
The Kinugasa Research Organization   /
Institute of International Language and Culture Studies
■Graduate school/University/other
07/2002  The Chinese University of Hong Kong  Faculty of Social Science  Gender Studies / Psychology  Master's course  Completed
06/2010  The Chinese University of Hong Kong  Faculty of Social Science  Gender Studies / Anthropology  Doctoral course  Completed
■Academic degrees
M.Phil. in Gender Studies (12/2002 The Chinese University of Hong Kong)   Ph.D. in Gender Studies (12/2010 The Chinese University of Hong Kong)  
■Career history
08/01/2008-12/30/2011  Community College of City University / Lecturer
01/16/2012-01/15/2014  Umeå University / Postdoctoral Researcher
08/01/2014-12/27/2016  Centennial College / Assistant Professor
04/01/2017-  Ritsumeikan University / Associate Professor
■Academic society memberships
Association for Asian Studies  
Centre for Research on Men and Masculinities, University of Wollongong  
Gender Research Centre, Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, the Chinese University of Hong Kong  
■Subject of research
The construction of masculinities in fatherhood
Gender and migrant families
Youth sexuality and digital technology
■Research keywords
Critical study on men and masculinities; fatherhood; gender and family; popular culture; youth sexualities; ethnography; mixed methods 
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Books
Chinese Fatherhood, Gender and Family: Father Mission  Mario Liong  Palgrave Macmillan  224  2017  978-1-137-44185-0
“Hegemony and Humor: Class and Hegemonic Masculinities in Three Pre- modern Chinese Humorous Texts” in Humour, Laughter, and the (Un)making of Gender: Historical and Cultural Perspectives, edited by Anna Foka & Jonas Liliequist  Mario Liong  Palgrave Macmillan  191-209  2015  978-1-137-47330-1
“Consuming Fantasy: Interpreting the Media Projection and the Consumption of (Trans-)Local Sexual Content among Hong Kong Young Men” in Digital Culture and Communication, edited by Kai-Uwe Hugger, Angela Tillmann, & Theo Hug  Lih-Shing Chan and Mario Liong  Springer  189-206  2015  978-3-658-06426-6
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Papers
Men in Upheaval: Integrating Hong Kong Politics and Critical Studies of Men and Masculinities  Liong, Mario and Petula Sik-ying Ho  Gender, Place, and Culture  26/ 7-9, 1081-1093  2019
Objectifying or Liberating? Investigation of the Effects of Sexting on Body Image  Mario Liong and Grand H.-L. Cheng  Journal of Sex Research  56/ 3, 337-344  2019  10.1080/00224499.2018.1438576
Walking a Tightrope on (Hetero)Sexuality: Performatively Vigilant Masculine Subjectivity in Response to Sexualized Culture  Mario Liong and Lih-Shing Chan  Men and Masculinities  Advanced online publication  01/2018  10.1177/1097184X17753267
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Research presentations
From China to Sweden: Gender Dynamics and Practices among Chinese Academic Immigrant Families in Sweden  The Twenty-second Asian Studies Conference Japan  06/30/2018
Between China and Sweden: Gender Dynamics and Practices among Chinese Academic Immigrant Families in Sweden  Global Migrations Conference 2018  02/20/2018
From China to Sweden: Gender Dynamics and Practices among Chinese Academic Immigrant Families in Sweden  The Sixth Conference of the Sino-Nordic Women and Gender Studies Conference  08/27/2017
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Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI)
Link to Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research -KAKENHI-
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Courses taught
2017  Globalization and Gender Issues  Lecture
2017  Global Studies Seminar  Seminar
2017  Gender Analysis of Security and Development  Lecture
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■Message from researcher
Brief Description of My Research
 My research mainly focuses on gender - in particular, the critical study of men and masculinities. I am interested in understanding the ideology and practice of gender in transnational migration. By exploring the gender values, practices, and relational dynamics of family members, my current project examines subjective gender and cultural identity formation in Chinese migrant families in Sweden. I am also interested in how young people negotiate their gender and sexual identities in the context of digital technology.
■Tel
075-466-3495
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■Research keywords(on a multiple-choice system)
Gender
Cultural anthropology
Sociology