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Chia-Ling Wu

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Education: Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
LAB: Sociology Building 313
TEL: +886 (0)2-3366-1225
E-mail:clwu@ntu.edu.tw
WEBhttp://homepage.ntu.edu.tw/~clwu/index.htm

Research Fields

Gender Studies; Medical Sociology; Science, Technology and Society Studies

Research Interests

Gender and Reproductive Techonology, Technological Controversies, Risk Studies, Science of Motherhood, Public Participation in Techno Policies

Publications

Recent Publications (2009-2015)

Journal Articles

●吳嘉苓、雷文玫、鄧宗業、謝新誼,2017。人工協助生殖科技的資料登錄與健康監測:跨國比較研究」,《台灣衛誌》36(1):6-20。

●吳嘉苓,2015,「永久屋前搭涼棚:災後家屋重建的建築設計與社會改造」,《科技、醫療與社會》20:09-74。

●Wu, Chia-Ling. 2012. "IVF Policy and Global/Local Politics: The Making of Multiple-Embryo Transfer Regulation in Taiwan." Social Science & Medicine 75(4): 725-732.

●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) 96-113.

●吳嘉苓,2011,「編排風險:多胚胎孕育的多重社會技術網絡」,《台灣社會學》22:111-156。

●吳嘉苓,2011,〈臨床因素的消失:台灣剖腹產研究的知識生產政治〉,《臺灣社會學刊》45:1-62。

●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)

●王秀雲、盧孳豔、吳嘉苓,2014,「性別與健康」,頁241-274於《台灣婦女處境白皮書:2014年》(陳瑤華主編)。台北:女書文化。

●吳嘉苓,2013,〈質性個案研究法:訪談法〉。收錄於《社會及行為科學研究法:質性研究法》,瞿海源、畢恆達、劉長萱、楊國樞編,頁33-60,台北:東華書局。

●蔡麗玲、王秀雲、吳嘉苓,2012,〈性別化的科學與科技〉。收錄於《性別向度與台灣社會》,黃淑鈴、游美惠編,第十一章,高雄:巨流。

●Wu, Chia-Ling. 2010. "Have Someone Cut the Umbilical Cord: Women’s Birthing Networks Knowledge and Skills in Colonial Taiwan.” Pp. 160
181 in Health and Hygiene in Chinese 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 Chinese East Asia, edited by Ke Chi Angela Leung.
Durham: Duke University Press.

Honors

●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.