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Shilin Jia

PhD Student, Department of Sociology

Shilin studies public attention in the United States as reflected in Google’s search records. His current study focuses on the rise of anti-establishment sentiment and its impact on the U.S. presidential elections. He has also studied the careers of communist party elites in contemporary China and changing economic rhetoric in communist China. | CV | Personal Website

Research Interests

Organization, Ideology, Public Attention, Computational Methods

Working Papers

Divide and connect: Inter-administration mobility of political elites in reform China.

(Co-authored with Linzhuo Li) New wine in old bottles: Ideological transformation and rhetorical creation of market in China’s People’s Daily, 1946 – 2003.