Selected Publications 

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Fong, Jack. 2019."Mourning a Late King through Portraiture: Articulations of the Sacred and Profane in the Primate City of Bangkok. Journal of Asian and African Studies 54(2):229-247.

Fong, Jack. 2019."A Critical Analysis of the Symbiotic Relationship between Sinophobia in Online News and United States' Foreign Policy on China." ISA eSymposium (International Sociological Association) 9(1):1-20.

Fong, Jack. 2017. The Death Cafe Movement: Exploring the Horizons of Mortality. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Fong, Jack. 2017.* "Sentiments and Perspectives of Academics about Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)." Journal on Excellence in College Teaching  28(1):49-76.

Fong, Jack. 2016.* "Making Operative Concepts from Murray Schafer's Soundscapes Typology: A Qualitative and Comparative Analysis of Noise Pollution in Bangkok, Thailand and Los Angeles, California." Urban Studies 53(1):173-192. 

Fong, Jack. 2016.  "The Retractability of American Identity from Chinese Americans: A Function of Geopolitical Crises." ISA eSymposium  (International Sociological Association) 6(3):1-13.  

Fong, Jack. 2014.* "The Role of Solitude in Transcending Social Crises--New Possibilities for Existential Sociology."  Pp. 499-516 in A Handbook of Solitude: Psychological Perspectives on Social Isolation, edited by Robert Coplan and Julie Bowker.  Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell Publishers.  

Fong, Jack. 2013.* "Political Vulnerabilities of a Primate City: The May 2010 Red Shirts Uprising in Bangkok, Thailand." Journal of Asian and African Studies  48(3):332-347. 

Fong, Jack. 2012.* "The Politics of Burmese Indigeneity: Karen Transcommunalism as Revolutionary and Development Force."  Pp. 111-157 in Indigeneity: Collected Essays, edited by John Brown Childs and Guillermo Delgado. Santa Cruz, CA: New Pacific Press. 

Fong, Jack. 2011.* "Methodological and Positional Considerations of Crisis Field Research: The Karen Struggle against the Military Regimes of Burma." Pp. 55-74 in Research Beyond Borders, edited by Lise-Hélène Smith and Anjana Narayan. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Fong, Jack. 2009.* "Sacred Nationalism: The Thai Monarchy and Primordial Nation Construction." Journal of Contemporary Asia 39(4):673-696.

Fong, Jack. 2008.* "American Social ‘Reminders’ of Citizenship after September 11, 2001: Nativisms and the Ethnocratic Retractability of American Identity."  Qualitative Sociology Review 4(1):69-91.

Fong, Jack. 2008.* "Revising the Ethnodevelopment Model to Address Karen Self-determination in the Context of Ethnocratic and Military-ruled Burma." Ethnic and Racial Studies 31(2):327-357.

Fong, Jack. 2008. Revolution as Development: The Karen Self-Determination Struggle against Ethnocracy (1949 to 2004). Boca Raton, FL: BrownWalker Press.

Fong, Jack C., Eric L. Lang, Elizabeth A. McKean. 1995.** 1994 NOD Survey of American with Disabilities: A User's Guide to the Machine-Readable Files and Documentation. Los Altos, CA: Sociometrics.

Fong, Jack C., Eric L. Lang, Elizabeth A. McKean. 1995.** 1991 NOD Survey of Public Attitudes Toward People with Disabilities: A User's Guide to the Machine-Readable Files and Documentation. Los Altos, CA: Sociometrics.

Fong, Jack C., Eric L. Lang, Elizabeth A. McKean. 1995.** 1986 ICD Survey: Employing Disabled Americans: A User's Guide to the Machine-Readable Files and Documentation. Los Altos, CA: Sociometrics.

Fong, Jack C., Eric L. Lang, Elizabeth A. McKean. 1995.** 1986 ICD Survey of Disabled Americans: Bringing Disabled Americans into the Mainstreams: A User's Guide to the Machine-Readable Files and Documentation. Los Altos, CA: Sociometrics.

*Sociometrics (Los Gatos, CA) Technical Reports

October 1, 2019 lecture on Habermas' colonization of the lifeworld.

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