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Zongwei Zhou Associate Professor

Research Interests: 
  • Expressive Arts Therapy
  • Transpersonal Psychology

Educational Background:

PhD. Pedagogy, Nanjing Normal University (2003)

MA.Pedagogy, Nanjing Normal University (2000)

BA.Science , Nanjing Normal University (1997)


Research Projects:

1.Research On the Public Cultural Support of Our National Educational Reform and Development. Sub-project of Key Project, Systematic Research On the Social Support of Our National Educational Reform and Development, of the Ministry of Education. 2JZD046, 201206-201506

2.Investigation On the Teenagers’ Community Education in Jiangsu Province. 201301-201412.


Journal Articles:

Brief analysis on the popular of the nonsense culture among contemporary youth[J]. Research on Contemporary Youth. 2003,01.

Living in game:New vision in sociology about Schiller's aesthetics[J]. Jiangsu Social Science. 2005,04.

Rock 'n' roll and the adolescent culture in Chinese cities[J]. Music and Art. 2005,02. 

Flowing minds: dialogue between me and music[J]. Chinese Arts Education. 2005,03.

Cultural division and educational equality[J]. Contemporary Educational Science. 2007,5-6.

The vagrant culture how to affect the students’ lives:A sociological study on subculture of immigrants' children in urban schools[J]. The Research and Experiment in Education . 2011,04.

Analysis on the public cultural conflict in the view of “tunnel effect” theory:Take the “abnormal support” issue of our national educational reform as an example[J]. Jiangsu Social Science. 2015,3.



The distance between nobility and lowliness:Social analysis on school culture[M]. Nanjing: Nanjing Normal University Press. 2006,12.

Ant[M]. Guilin: Guangxi Normal University Press. 2013,5.

The Slowpoke Snail[M]. Guilin: Guangxi Normal University Press. 2011,9.

A mouse in Snowy Winter[M]. Tianjin: Tianjin academy of social sciences press.2008,7.


Honors and Awards:

The First prize of Jiangsu Provincial Scientific Research Achievement Award in Philosophy and Social Sciences (2007)