Assistant Professor

Tony Huiquan Zhang (張滙泉) is an assistant professor of sociology at the University of Macau. His research concerns public opinion, Chinese politics, quantitative research method, and social movements. His research has been funded by the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation (CCKF) Research Grant for 2018-2019. He has received the 2017 Best Graduate Student Paper at the Canadian Sociological Association – Comparative and Historical Cluster; the 2014-2015 British Journal of Sociology biennial best paper prize; and the 2012 Muriel D. Bissell Award, long with many others.

  • Ph.D., 2018, University of Toronto
  • B.A., 2010, Renmin University of China
  • Public Opinion
  • Chinese Politics
  • Social Movements
  • Quantitative Research Methods
  1. 2021, Anli Jiang and Tony Huiquan Zhang*, “Societal and Individual-Level Effects on Political Trust: Evidence from East and Southeast Asia, 2001-2016.” forthcoming at Political Science. [SSCI, 2020 IF=1.038]
  2. 2021, Anli Jiang and Tony Huiquan Zhang*, “Political Trust in East and Southeast Asia: The Joint Effects of Education, Corruption Perception, and Urbanization.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research. [SSCI, 2019 IF=1.779]
  3. 2020, Tony Huiquan Zhang, Jinlu Sun and Liqun Cao, “Education, Internet Use and Confidence in the Police: Testing The ‘Informed Citizen’ Thesis in the Philippines,” Asian Journal of Criminology. [SSCI, 2018 IF = 0.618]​ ​
  4. 2020, Tony Huiquan Zhang, “Political Freedom, Education, and Value Liberalization and Deliberalization: A Cross-National Analysis of the World Values Survey, 1981-2014,” Social Science Journal. [SSCI, 2017 IF = 1.010]
  5. 2019, Tony Huiquan Zhang, Jing Hu, and Xichao Zhang, “Disparities in Subjective Well-being: Political Status, Urban-Rural Divide and Cohort Dynamics in China,” Chinese Sociological Review. (DOI: 10.1080/21620555.2019.1654369) [SSCI Q1, 2017 IF = 2.300]
  6. 2019, Tony Huiquan Zhang, “The Rise of the Princelings in China: Career Advantages and Collective Elite Reproduction,” Journal of East Asian Studies, 19(2), 169-196. (DOI: 10.1017/jea.2019.11) [SSCI Q1, IF = 0.844]​
  7. 2019, Tony Huiquan Zhang and Robert Brym, “Tolerance of Homosexuality in 88 Countries: Education, Political Freedom and Liberalism,” Sociological Forum, 34(2), 501-521. (DOI:10.1111/socf.12507) [SSCI Q1, 2019 IF = 1.779]
  8. 2017, Tony Huiquan Zhang, Robert Brym, and Robert Andersen, “Postmaterialism and Liberalism in China.” Chinese Sociological Review, 49(1), 65-87. (DOI: 10.1080/21620555.2016.1227239) [SSCI Q1, 2017 IF = 2.300]
  9. 2016, Tony Huiquan Zhang, “Weather Effect on Social Movements: Evidence from New York City and Washington D.C., 1960-1995.” Weather, Climate, and Society 8(3): 299-311.​ ​(DOI: 10.1175/WCAS-D-15-0072.1) [SSCI Q1, 2015 IF = 1.931]
  10. 2014, Robert Brym, Melissa Godbout, Andreas Hoffbauer, Gabe Menard, and Tony Huiquan Zhang, “Social Media in the 2011 Egyptian Uprising.” British Journal of Sociology 65(2): 266-92. (DOI: 10.1111/1468-4446.12080) [SSCI Q1, 2019 IF=1.894]​