dr. (Jing) JW Hiah

dr. (Jing) JW Hiah
Researcher Erasmus School of Law Criminology
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Email
hiah@law.eur.nl
Assistant professor Erasmus School of Law Sociology, Theory, and Methodology
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
L6-014
Email
hiah@law.eur.nl
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  • Jing Hiah (2021) - Navigeren in het onderzoeksveld en het onderzoekersveld: reflecties op onderzoekspositionaliteit in (vermeend) insideronderzoek - KWALON. Tijdschrift voor Kwalitatief Onderzoek in Nederland, 26 (1), 43-51

  • Jing Hiah & GCM Knijn (2020) - Rechtvaardigheid en participatie in de sociale bijstand - Uitgeverij Van Gennep

  • W (Wibren) van der Burg, JW (Jing) Hiah & Robert Poll (2021) - Saturation as a methodological principle for philosophical research
  • JW (Jing) Hiah (2021) - Rechtvaardigheid in de sociale bijstand - VSR-jaarvergadering
  • JW (Jing) Hiah (2020) - ‘A Social justice approach to trafficking in human beings for labour exploitation,’ - LSA Conference (Digital edition)
  • Jing Hiah (2017) - (Anti)corruption experiences of immigrant entrepreneurs in a society in transition. - International meeting on Law & Society, Walls Borders and Bridges: Law & society in an interconnected world
  • Jing Hiah (2016) - Crimmigration and the moral economy of the Chinese catering sector in the Netherlands - Dutch Society for Criminology Division Migration & Crime Seminar
  • Jing Hiah (2015) - "You are Chinese. Speak Mandarin" Language and emotions in fieldwork - University of Glasgow, seminar research group "Researching multilingually: At the borders of language, the body, law and the state
  • Jing Hiah (2015) - "Having a Chinese Job". Chinese entrepreneurs and workers on labour relations in Chinese SME's in the Netherlands and Romania - Key note, Romanian Academy of Sociology
  • Jing Hiah (2013) - Exploring (Exploitative) Labour Relations in the Netherlands and Romania - Common Sessions Study Programme in Critical Criminology
  • Jing Hiah (2013) - Comparing exploitation in the Netherlands and Romania. Challenges and pitfalls in comparative ethnographic research on two sites. - Empirical Legal Studies Seminar at Erasmus School of Law
  • Jing Hiah (2013) - Exploitation or Employment in a Moral economy? Views of Chinese Employers and Employees on working in Chinese restaurants. - Cultural Criminology Conference 'Resistance'
  • Jing Hiah (2013) - Employment or Exploitation? - Nederlandse Vereniging voor Criminologie (NVC) Congres 2013

  • JW (Jing) Hiah (2021) - European Journal of Criminology (Journal)
  • JW (Jing) Hiah (2021) - European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research (Journal)
  • JW (Jing) Hiah (2021) - Sociological Focus (Journal)
  • JW (Jing) Hiah (2019) - Law and Society Review (Journal)
  • JW (Jing) Hiah (2018) - Intersections East European Journal of Society and Politics (Journal)
  • JW (Jing) Hiah (2018) - Palgrave Macmillan (Publisher)
  • TE Riesthuis & Jing Hiah (2016) - Erasmus Law Review (Journal)

  • JW (Jing) Hiah (2021) - NWO Rubicon grant

Thesis master Legal Theory

Year
2021
Course Code
RS128

Criminology

Level
overig
Year
2021
Year Level
overig
Course Code
RMIN12

Anthropology of Law

Year
2021
Course Code
RM83

Empirical Legal Studies

Year
2021
Year Level
bachelor 1, bachelor 1
Course Code
RR118

Empirical Legal Studies

Year
2021
Year Level
bachelor 1, bachelor 1
Course Code
RD118

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