L I U N I N G

Y A N G



Ph. D. Candidate | Group Service Administrator | Research/Teaching Assistant


"All-rounder in Faculty of Education" 



26 Yrs since 1996.

Study full-time and Work full-time.

Email: liuning.yang@auckland.ac.nz




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E D U C A T I O N


Ancora Inparo | Lifelong Learning

Ph. D. Educational Policy and Sociology. 

2021-2024, In Progress.

Also appointed as Group Service Adminsitrator, Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant.

Faculty of Education and Social Work, The University of Auckland, New Zealand.

Lecturering in EDPROFST 739 Educational Policy and Organizations
Conducting Faculty Administration
Providing Grapic/Website Design and Video Editing 
Supporting Students in Learning Platforms


M. Ed. Educational Studies.

2018-2020.

Faculty of Education, Monash University, Australia. 


B. Ed. Teaching (Secondary). 

2014-2018.

Faculty of Tourism and Social Work, Nanjing Xiaozhuang University, China.


M I S C E L L A N E O U S


"All-rounder in Faculty of Education" 



Educational Research

SPSS/Python/Quantitative Methods/Qualitative Methods

Pierre Bourdieu/Educational Policy and Sociology


Multimedia Design

2yrs of experience in related industry

Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator | Grapic Design

After Effects/Premiere/Final Cut Pro | Video Editing

Web Design


Publishing

LaTeX

Adobe InDesign

Proofreading (Chinese)



P U B L I C A T I O N S


Make change.

Work In Progress

Yang, L., Smith, J., & Meyer, F. (2023, under review at a SSCI indexed journal).

Theorising Hysteresis Effect: Changes in Policy Discourse and Academic Discourse on the Education of the Students with Internal Migration Background in China.

Yang, L. (2023, work in progress).

Migration, First Generation Academics, and Pierre Bourdieu: A critical autoethnography of the Capital Transformation of Students with Internal Migration Background in China.

Yang, L., Smith, J., & Meyer, F. (2023, work in progress).

Individual Exclusion and Systemic Bias: A Systematic Literature Review of the School Enrolment Experience of Students with Internal Migrant Background in China.

Yang, L., Smith, J., & Meyer, F. (2023, work in progress).

"Strategic planning" in the Chinese Context: A comparative analysis of the policymaking of the schooling process of Students with Internal Migrant Background in Nanjing, China.


Published

Yang, L. (2022).

The Equitable Digital Access for Students Plan (EDA4S) of New Zealand and its implications on China’ Rural Vitalization Campaign Driven by Education Digitization (in Chinese).

Chinese Journal of ICT in Education, 28(6), 53-60. (Chinese MOE Journal)

Yang, L., Smith, J., & Meyer, F. (2022).

Supporting female Chinese STEM PhD students to present at academic conferences: A comparative study between students in China and New Zealand.

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Perspectives in Higher Education. 7(1), 71-97. 

https://doi.org/10.32674/jimphe.v7i1.4298

Yang, L. (2022, accepted).

The Impact of the Implementation of ‘Double Reduction’ Policy on Teachers in Shadow Education: Legislation Goals and Early Experiences.

Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education. (SSCI indexed)

Yang, L. (2022). 

How does cultural capital influence the school choice of rural-urban migrant families in Nanjing, China? Evidence from a survey study.

Australian and International Journal of Rural Education. 32(3), 90-105.

https://doi.org/10.47381/aijre.v32i3.333


Co-authoring

Wang, S., & Yang, L. (2023, work in progress). 

A Childcare Policy Analysis of China.

Xing, C., & Yang, L. (2023, work in progress). 

A Collbrative Autoethnography of First Generation Academics. 

Zhou, A., Yang, L., & Xiong, T. (2022, under review). 

“However, being a homeroom teacher is a surefire way to become a senior teacher.” Multifaceted identities and neoliberal selfhood of homeroom teachers at an international school in China.

Zhou, A., Xiong, T., & Yang, L. (2022). 

Perceptions, influencing factors and approaches to improvement of teacher leadership: a survey of primary and secondary school teachers (In Chinese). 20(11), 26-33. 

Basic Education Review (Chinese MOE journal).



R E S E A R C H


Makes difference as well.

Projects

Research Assistant

Nov 2021 to Apr 2022

Growing an international research collaboration to combat systemic bias in Aotearoa New Zealand schools. Funder: Royal Society Te Apārangi Catalyst Seeding Grant ($69,682).

Student Project Leader

Aug 2021 to Dec 2023

The role of tutors in China: views on sweeping policy change from parents, teachers, and the tutoring sector. 

Research Assistant

Jan 2021 to Aug 2021

Academic Conference Experiences of Female PhD Students in STEM Programmes. 

Funder: FRDF ($14,822).


Reviewing

International Journal of Educational Development (SSCI Indexed)


Conferences

American Educational Research Association Annual Conference (AERA)

1 presentation in 2o22

Australian Association for Research in Education Annual Conference (AARE)

5 presentations in 2022

2 presentations in 2021

New Zealand Association for Research in Education (NZARE)

3 presentations in 2021


I can also cook like a chef, drive like a racer and piano like a beginner, 

please do take these into consideration.


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