PUBLICATIONS

2021

Wu, Cary et al. forthcoming. Citizen satisfaction with government performance during COVID-19 in China. Journal of Contemporary China.

Wu, Cary. 2021. Education and social trust in global perspective. Sociological Perspectives.

Wu, Cary. 2021. How stable is generalized trust? Internal migration and the stability of trust among Canadians. Social Indicators Research, 1-19.

Mewes, Jan, Malcolm Fairbrother, Giuseppe Giordano, Cary Wu, and Rima Wilkes. 2021. Experiences Matter: Individual-Level Sources of Declining Social Trust in the United States. Social Science Research.

Sher, Chloe and Cary Wu. 2021. Who stays physically active during COVID-19? Inequality and exercise patterns in the United States. Socius.

Makridis, Christos and Wu, Cary. 2021. How Social Capital Helps Communities Weather the COVID-19 Pandemic. PLOS ONE. Article Press Release

2020


Wu, Cary, Yue Qian, Rima Wilkes. 2020. Anti-Asian discrimination and the Asian-white mental health gap during COVID-19. Ethnic and Racial Studies.

Wu, Cary. 2020. How does gun violence affect Americans’ trust in each other? Social Science Research, 91, 102449.

Wu, Cary. 2020. Social capital and COVID-19: A multidimensional and multilevel approach. Chinese Sociological Review, 1-28.

Wu, Cary and Wilkes, Rima and Qian, Yue and Kennedy, Eric B. 2020. Acute discrimination and East Asian-white mental health gap during COVID-19 in Canada. Canadian Diversity 17(3): 60-66.

Kennedy, E. B., Vikse, J., Chaufan, C., O’Doherty, K., Wu, C., Qian, Y., & Fafard, P. 2020. Canadian COVID-19 Social Impacts Survey. Rapid Summary of Results #1: Risk Perceptions, Trust, Impacts, and Responses (York University Disaster and Emergency Management Technical Report #004).

Wu, Cary, Rima Wilkes, Malcolm Fairbrother, and Giuseppe Giordano. 2020. Social capital, trust, and state coronavirus testing. Contexts.

Wu, Cary, Sylvia Fuller, Zhilei Shi, and Rima Wilkes. 2020. The gender gap in commenting: Women are less likely than men to comment on (men’s) published research. PLOS ONE.

Wu, Cary. 2020. Does migration affect trust? Internal migration and the stability of trust among AmericansThe Sociological Quarterly: 1-21.

2019


Wu, Cary, and Zhilei Shi. 2019. Education and social trust in transitional China. Chinese Sociological Review: 1-29.

Wu, Cary, Rima Wilkes, Daniel Silver, and Terry Clark. 2019. Current debates in urban theory from a scale perspective: Introducing a scenes approachUrban Studies 56.8: 1487-1497.

Wilkes, Rima, and Cary Wu. 2019. Immigration, discrimination, and trust: A simply complex relationship. Front. Sociol. 4: 32. doi: 10.3389/fsoc.

2018


Wilkes, Rima, and Cary Wu. 2018. Ethnicity, democracy, trust: a majority-minority approachSocial Forces 97.1: 465-494.

Wu, Cary, and Rima Wilkes. 2018. Local–national political trust patterns: Why China is an exception. International Political Science Review 39.4: 436-454.

Sher, Chloe, and Cary Wu. 2018. Fracking in China: community impacts and public support of shale gas development. Journal of Contemporary China 27.112: 626-641.

Wu, Cary, and Rima Wilkes. 2018. Finding critical trusters: A response pattern model of political trust. International Journal of Comparative Sociology 59.2: 110-138.

Wu, Cary, et al. 2018. Does Migration Pay Off? Returnees, Family Background, and Self-Employment in Rural China. China Review 18.1: 59-78.

Fu, Qiang, Cary Wu, et al. 2018. Live like mosquitoes: Hukou, rural–urban disparity, and depression. Chinese Journal of Sociology 4.1: 56-78.

Wilkes, Rima, and Cary Wu. 2018. Trust and minority groupsThe Oxford Handbook of Social and Political Trust: 231.

2017


Wu, Cary, and Rima Wilkes. 2017. International students’ post-graduation migration plans and the search for home. Geoforum 80: 123-132.

2016


Wu, Cary. 2016. Moving from Urban Sociology to the Sociology of the City. The American Sociologist 47.1: 102-114.

Wu, Cary, and Rima Wilkes. 2016. Durable power and generalized trust in everyday social exchangeProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113.11: E1417-E1417.

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