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Fong, Jack. "Mourning a Late King through Portraiture: Articulations of the Sacred and Profane in the Primate City of Bangkok." Journal of Asian and African Studies (hard copy release in 2019; SAGE's 2018 OnlineFirst release: [PDF] ).
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 of Excellence in College Teaching 28(1):49-76. [PDF]
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. [PDF]
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. [PDF]
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. [PDF]
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. [PDF]
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-Helene 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. [PDF]
Fong, Jack. 2008. "American Social ‘Reminders’ of Citizenship after September 11, 2001: Nativisms in 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. [PDF]
Fong, Jack. 2008. Revolution as Development: The Karen Self-Determination Struggle against Ethnocracy (1949 to 2004). Boca Raton, FL: BrownWalker Press. [PDF]
Fong, Jack C., Eric L. Lang, Elizabeth A. McKean, National Organization on Disability, and Lou Harris and Associates. 2001. 1994 NOD Survey of American with Disabilities. Los Altos, CA: Sociometrics.*
Fong, Jack C., Eric L. Lang, Elizabeth A. McKean, National Organization on Disability, and Lou Harris and Associates. 2001. 1991 NOD Survey of Public Attitudes Toward People with Disabilities. Los Altos, CA: Sociometrics.*
Fong, Jack C., Eric L. Lang, Elizabeth A. McKean, International Center for the Disabled, and Lou Harris and Associates. 2001. 1986 ICD Survey: Employing Disabled Americans. Los Altos, CA: Sociometrics.*
*Sociometrics (Los Gatos, CA) Technical Reports
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