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Medical sociology; gender studies; science and technology studies
Gender and reproductive technologies, science and technology controversy, risk studies, scientific motherhood, public participation of science and technology, midwifery and childbirth
Wu, Chia-Ling. 2011. “Managing Multiple Masculinities in Donor Insemination: Doctors Configuring Infertile Men and Sperm Donors in Taiwan.” Sociology of Health and Illness 33 (1) (accepted).
Chung-Yeh, Deng and Chia-Ling Wu*. 2010. “An innovative participatory method for newly democratic societies: The ‘civic groups forum’ on national health insurance reform in Taiwan.” Social Science & Medicine 70(6):896-903. (*correspondence author)
Wu, Chia-Ling. 2010. ”Have Someone Cut the Umbilical Cord: Women’s Birthing Networks Knowledge and Skills in Colonial Taiwan.” In Health and Hygiene in Modern East Asia, edited by Ke Chi Angela Leung. Durham: Duke University Press.
Tseng, Yen-Fen and Chia-Ling Wu. 2010. ”Governing Germs from Outside and Within Borders: Controlling SARS Risk in Taiwan, 2003.” In Health and Hygiene in Modern East Asia, edited by Ke Chi Angela Leung. Durham: Duke University Press.
Wu, Chia-Ling. 2009. “Technology, Risk and Society.” Pp.523-550 in Sociology and Taiwan Society, edited by Cheng-Huan Wang and Hai-Yuan Chiu. Taipei:Chu-Liu. (in Chinese)
Chen, Dung-sheng and Chia-Ling Wu. 2007. “Introduction: Public Participation in Science and Technology in East Asia.” East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal 1(1)：15-18.
Wu, Chia-Ling and Yen-Fen Tseng. 2006. “The Risk Governance of SARS: Beyond the Technical Model.” Taiwanese Sociology 11:57-109. (in Chinese)
Cheng, Ling-Fang and Chia-Ling Wu. 2005. “Gender Politics of Technology: Theories and Research.” Taiwanese Journal for Studies of Science, Technology and Medicine 3:51-112. (in Chinese)
Wu, Chia-Ling (editors, with Daiwie Fu and Sean Hsiang-Lin Lei). 2004. STS: A Science, Technology and Society Reader.(in Chinese) Taipei: Socio Publishing.
Deng, Chung-yeh and Chia-Ling Wu. 2004. “Civic Groups Forum: Implication to Public Participation in New Democracy.” Taiwan Journal of Democracy 1(4):35-56. (in Chinese)
Tseng, Yen-Fen, Chia-Ling Wu, Fang-chih Irene Yang, Chin-fen Chang, Yun Fan, Shu-Ling Hwang, Ling-Fang Cheng, and Wen-hui Anna Tang. 2004. “In Want of Feminist Perspectives: the Missing Pictures in Current Sociological Textbooks.” Journal of Women and Gender Studies 17: 85-157 (in Chinese)
Wu, Chia-Ling. 2002. “Stigmatized Gender and Gendered Stigma: The ‘Infertile’ Men and Women in Taiwan.” Taiwanese Journal of Sociology 29:127-179. (in Chinese)
Wu, Chia-Ling. 2002. “The New Reproductive Technologies and Gender Politics in Taiwan, 1950-2000.” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies 45:1-67. (in Chinese)
Wu, Chia-Ling and Yuling Huang. 2002. “Acceptance, Stealth, Exit and Voice: Action of ‘Patents’ in Taiwan.” Taiwanese Sociology 3:73-117. (in Chinese)
Wu, Chia-Ling. 2001. “Space, Discipline, and Childbirth Politics.” National Taiwan University Journal of Sociology 29:1-58. (in Chinese)
Wu, Chia-Ling. 2000. “Medical Professions, Gender and the State: A Sociological Analysis of the Rise and Decline of Midwives in Taiwan.” Taiwanese Sociological Review 4:191-268. (in Chinese)
Wu, Chia-Ling. 2000. “Patients’ Rights Movement in Taiwan: A Preliminary Analysis.” Pp. 384-432 in The Social Welfare Movement in Taiwan, eds. Michael Hsiao and Kuo-Ming Lin. Taipei: Chu Liu. (in Chinese)
Wu, Chia-Ling. 2000. “Western Medicine Meets Superstitious Women? Gender , Knowledge and Power in the Discourse of Explaining the Increasing Cesarean Section Rate in Taiwan.” Pp. 1-38 in Sexual Politics and Subject Formation, edited by Josephine Ho. Taipei: Cite. (in Chinese)
Wu, Chia-Ling. 1999. “Gender, Medicine and Power.” Pp. 371-404 in Gender Relations, edited by Ya-Ge Wang. Taipei: Psycho. (in Chinese)
Ross, Catherine E. and Chia-Ling Wu (equal authorship). 1996. ’Education, Age, and the Cumulative Advantage of Health.’ Journal of Health and Social Behavior 37(1): 104-120.
Ross, Catherine E. and Chia-Ling Wu. 1995. ’The Links Between Educational and health.’ American Sociological Review. 60(5):719-745. (Reprinted in Readings In Medical Sociology, 2nd edition, edited by William Cockerham and Michael Glasser, published in 2001 by Prentice Hall)
Wu, Chia-Ling. 1997. Women, Medicine, and Power: The Social Transformation of Childbirth in Taiwan. Ph.D. dissertation. Department of Sociology. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
1997. Sage Publications Editor’s Award (runner up), with Catherine E. Ross for “Education, Age, and the
Cumulative Advantage in Health” in Journal of Health and Social Behaviors 37(1):104-120.