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ICI Held an Entry Ceremony for Dr. Liu Junyan and an Academic Lecture Was Delivered

2019-07-13

The Entry Ceremony

On the morning of June 28, the induction ceremony and academic lecture of Dr. Liu Junyan was held. Prof. Cui Yunhuo, Wu Gangping, Gao Desheng, Liu Lianghua, Zhang Wei, Zhou Wenye, Associate professor Wang Xiaoming, Wang Zhe, Lei Hao, Wang Tao, Huang Xiaorui and other teachers attended the ceremony. A total of more than 50 graduate students from the relevant departments of the Ministry of Education participated in the event. The seminar was presided over by Associate Professor Wang Tao.

On behalf of all his colleagues, Professor Cui Yunhuo, Director of ICI, extended a warm welcome to Dr Liu Junyan and presented her with a souvenir plate for her entry report.


The Academic Report

Dr. Liu Junyan


In the report, Dr. Liu Junyan introduced her research experience and research plan to the teachers and students present, and made an academic report on the theme of "Parental Roles, Responsibilities, and Education Choices in a Marketised Educational Environment". With the help of paternalism and consumer choice theory, this paper expounds in detail the motivation, reasons and process of parents choosing out-of-school education as consumers under the background of educational marketization. Through parents' choice of out-of-school education, this paper deeply discusses the group differences of parents with different social and economic status for their role orientation and responsibility construction in the development of children's education. Dr. Liu Junyan's report aroused strong interest of the teachers and students present, and they had in-depth and enthusiastic exchanges and discussions.


Interactive Communication



Dr. Liu Junyan received a bachelor's degree and master's degree in Peking University, and then received her Ph.D. from the University of Hong Kong. Dr. Liu Junyan is now a full-time associate researcher at ICI of East China Normal University and previously worked at the Beijing Institute of Educational Sciences. Her research mainly focus on out-of-school education, educational planning monitoring, academic quality monitoring, international curriculum and so on.


Some of Her Academic Achievements


Junyan LIU (2019). A Structural Equation Modeling Analysis of Parental Factors: Underlying the Demand for Private Supplementary Tutoring in China, ECNU Review of Education, Vol. 2 No.3, pp.7–24.

Junyan LIU & Mark BRAY (2018). Evolving Micro-level Processes of Demand for Private Supplementary Tutoring: Patterns and Implications at Primary and Lower Secondary Levels in China, Educational Studies, Published online: 10 Dec 2018.

Mark BRAY, Junyan LIU, Wei ZHANG & Magda Nutsa KOBAKHIDZE [in press]. Confidence, mistrust and (abuse of) authority in education in Cambodia: Lessons learned from the shadow education, in Marianne Schüpbach & Nanine Lilla (Eds.), Extended Education from an International Comparative Point of View. Springer.

Junyan LIU (2018). Review of Regulatory Policies on Private Supplementary Tutoring in China, ECNU Review of Education, Vol.1 No.3, pp.143-153.

Junyan LIU & Mark BRAY (2017). Understanding shadow education from the perspective of economics of education, in Geraint JOHNES, Jill JOHNES, Tommaso AGASISTI & Laura LÓPEZ -TORRES (Eds.), Handbook of Contemporary Education Economics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Junyan LIU & Mark BRAY (2017): Determinants of demand for private supplementary tutoring in China: findings from a national survey, Education Economics, 25(2), pp.205-218.

Yu ZHANG & Junyan LIU (2016). The effectiveness of private tutoring in China with a focus on class-size. International Journal of Educational Development, 46, pp.35-42.

Mark BRAY, Magda Nutsa KOBAKHIDZE, Junyan LIU & Wei ZHANG (2016). The internal dynamics of privatized public education: Fee-charging supplementary tutoring provided by teachers in Cambodia. International Journal of Educational Development, 49, pp.291-299.

Mark BRAY, Junyan LIU, Wei ZHANG & Magda Nutsa KOBAKHIDZE (2016). Confiance, défiance et (abus d’) autorité dans l’éducation au Cambodge: Leçons tirées de l’école de l’ombre. Revue international d’éducation de Sèvres, 72, pp.125-136 (in French).

Junyan LIU (2015), How a research instrument changed in different settings: Methodological lessons from adaptation and adjustment, in Mark Bray, Ora Kwo & Boris JOKIĆ (eds.): Researching Private Supplementary Tutoring: Methodological Lessons from Diverse Cultures. Hong Kong: Comparative Education Research Centre, The University of Hong Kong, and Dordrecht: Springer, pp.247-259.

Junyan LIU (2014), Emerging from the Shadow: A Comparative Qualitative Exploration of Private Tutoring in Eurasia. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 34(4), pp. 519-521.