Dr. PGNG Yinni

Journal Articles

(2017)“Migrant Mothering in Transition: A Qualitative Study of the Maternal Narratives and Practices of Two Generations of Rural-Urban Migrant Mothers in Southern China.” Sex Roles: A Journal of Research. DOI: 10.1007/s11199-017-0855-7. (Impact factor: 1.954; 5-y IF: 2.616; Ranking: 5/41 in Women’s Studies)

(2016)“Student Migration and Polymedia: Mainland Chinese Students’ Communication Media Use in Hong Kong.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Vol. 42(14): 2395-2412. (Impact factor: 1.362; 5-y IF: 1.825; Ranking: 11/26 in Demography & 4/15 in Ethnic Studies) Choi, Susanne Y.P. and Yinni Peng. 2016. Masculine Compromise: Migration, Family and Gender in China. Oakland: University of California Press. Page 1 of 8                                                                                                          
(2016)(with M.H. Wong) “Who Takes Care of My Left-behind Children? Migrant Mothers and Caregivers in Transnational Child Care.” Journal of Family Issues, Vol. 37(14): 2021-2044. (Impact factor: 1.696; 5-y IF: 1.984; Ranking: 16/43 in Family Studies)

(2015)(with Choi, Susanne Y.P.)“Humanized Management? Capital and Migrant Labour in a Time of Labour Shortage in South China.” Human Relations, Vol.68 (2): 287-304. (Impact factor: 2.622; 5-y IF: 4.027; Ranking: 4/96 in Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary)

(2013)(Odalia M.H. Wong) “Diversified Transnational Mothering via Telecommunication: Intensive, Collaborative, and Passive.” Gender & Society, Vol. 27(4): 491-513. (Impact factor: 2.765; 5-y IF: 3.540; Ranking: 8/143 in Sociology & 1/41 in Women’s Studies)

(2013)(with Susanne Y.P. Choi). “Technologies of Power and Resistance: Production Regimes and Mobile Phone Usage among Migrant Factory Workers in South China.” The China Quarterly, Vol. 215: 553-571. (Impact factor: 1.895; 5-y IF: 2.120; Ranking: 3/69 in Area Studies)

 (2012)(Odalia M.H. Wong). “Mothering from Afar: Filipina Domestic Workers and their ICTs Usage in Hong Kong.” Chinese Journal of Sociology, Vol. 32(2): 199-222. (CSSCI Journal, Ranking: 2/10 in Sociology)

 (2012)“Internet Use of Migrant Workers in the Pearl River Delta.” In New Connectivities in China: Virtual, Actual and Local Interactions, edited by Law Pui-lam, New York, N.Y: Springer, pp. 95-104. (Reprinted, first published in Knowledge, Technology and Policy)

Book publications:
(2013). “Technomobility in China: Young migrant women and mobile phones”, by Cara Wallis, The China Quarterly, Vol. 215: 776-778.

(2017)“Building China: Informal Work and the New Precariat”, by Saran Swider, American Journal of Sociology, vol. 122 (4): 1319-1321.