Dr Tang Ning [唐柠]

Associate Researcher
Tel.:
+44 (0)114 225 6064
Email:
n.tang@wreac.org

2001 PhD (Sociology), Aberdeen; 1995 MA (Modern literature), Leicester.

Visit Dr. Tang's staff profile at the Sheffield Hallam University for the most detailed and up-to-date version of her profile.

Selected publications

  • (2007) Tang, N. and Nollent, A., The UK-China-Hong Kong Trans-national Education Project Report, launched on 5 July 2007, London, The British Council.
  • (2006) Tang, N. and Poole, G., The interim project report on e-survey of the UK-China-Hong Kong Trans-national Education ProjectThe British Council.
  • (2006) Drew, S., Tang, N., Poole, G. and Willis, B., Trans-national Education - UK Higher Education institutions response to increase global demand project report, The British Council
  • (2005) Tang, N. and Cousins, C, Working Time, Gender and Family: An East-West European Comparison, Gender, Work and Organisation, Vol. 12(6): 527-550.
  • (2005) Tang, N., Invited book review on Mothers' Employment and Childcare Use in Britain, by G. Paull and J. Taylor with A. Duncan, Economica, The London School of Economics and Political Science.
  • (2004) Cousins, C and Tang, N., Working time and work and family conflict in the Netherlands, Sweden and the UK, Work, Employment and Society, Volume 18(3): 531-549.
  • (2003) Cousins, C. and Tang, N., The UK, C. Wallace (ed.) HWF Research Report 2: Country Contextual Reports, Vienna: HWF Research Consortium, Institute for Advanced Studies. http://www.hwf.at
  • (2003) Cousins, C. and Tang, N., National Survey Report The UK, in C. Wallace (ed.) HWF Research Report 3: Survey Report by Countries, Vienna: HWF Research Consortium, Institute for Advanced Studies. http://www.hwf.at
  • (2002) Cousins, C. and Tang, N., The UK, C. Wallace (ed.) HWF Research Report 1: Critical review of Literature and Discourses about Flexibility, Vienna: HWF Research Consortium, Institute for Advanced Studies. http://www.hwf.at
  • (2002) Tang, N.Interviewer and Interviewee Relationships between Women, Sociology, Volume 36(3): 703-721.