• Song Qi

  • Lecturer
  • Phone:(+86) 15201588498
  • E-mail:songtaiqicn@163.com
  • Academic Areas:Public Administration
  • Research Interests:Political Sociology, State-society Relations, Internet and Political Communication, Philanthropy and Civic Participation, China and East Asia, Qualitative Research Methods

Academic Degrees

Ph.D., 2020, School of Journalism and Communication, Peking University, Beijing, China;

Master of Arts, 2013, Institute of Communication StudiesCommunication University of China, Beijing, China;

Bachelor of Arts, 2010, School of Literature, Journalism and Communication, Shandong University, Jinan, China;

Professional Experience

Asia Fellow, 2017-2018, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, United States;

Visiting Scholar, 2012, Massey Univerty, Wellington, New Zealand;

Visiting Scholar, 2012, Faculty of Fine Arts, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia

Selected Publications

· Song Qi, Lee Chengpang, Mapping Out the Landscape of Digital Philanthropy in Contemporary China. In progress.

· Han Ling, Song Qi, Lee Chengpang, The Local Seizure of the Crowdfunding Campaign: A Case Study on the Micro Charity Organization in Rural Shandong. In progress.

· Song Qi, When Communist Party goes Mobile: Mobile Applications and the Organizational Change of Communist Party of China, Accepted, Expanding Horizons (Journal of Beijing Municipal Party Committee School).

· Song Qi, Zhang Nan, Liang Huizhu, A Research Review of Internet Philanthropy in China(2006-2020), The China Nonprofit Review, 2021 27(01):26-47.

· Song Qi, Sun Meiling, The Policy-driven Public Culture: A Case Study on the 24-hours Bookstores in Beijing. Editorial Friend, 2021(07):31-37+83.

· Song Qi, Confucius Institutes: Soft Power or Propaganda? A Frame Analysis of Confucius Institutes in Oceania. In Naren Chitty and Luo Qing (Eds), China and the World-Theatres of Soft Power, Beijing: Communication University of China Press, 2015, pp. 106-124.

· Song Qi, Local Government Media Relationship in China: Will the Duality Lead to Democracy? In Leif Kramp, Nico Carpentier, etc (Eds), Journalism, Representation and the Public Sphere, Bremen: Edition Lumière, 2015, pp.282.

Courses Taught

Media and Politics

Media and Internet in China

Introduction to Politics


The Nonconfrontational Activism: Digital Philanthropy and Civic Participation in China

(Book manuscript in preparation)


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