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|Education：Ph. D. in Sociology, The State University of New York at Buffalo, USA|
|Specialty：Sociology of Family, Social Gerontology, Environmental Sociology|
|‧Associate Professor, Department of Social Psychology, Shih Hsin University. 1994 ~ present
‧Editor-in-Chief, Social Analysis. 2011 ~ 2012
‧Chair, Department of Social Psychology, Shih Hsin University. 2007~ 2010
‧President, National Council on Family Relations, Taiwan Affiliate. 2000 ~ 2006
‧Director, Taipei Family Life Education Association. 2000 ~ 2006
‧Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Millard Fillmore College of SUNY at Buffalo , U.S.A. 1990 ~ 1993
|‧mothers- and daughters-in-law relationships
‧gender and mental health
|‧Kung, Hsiang-Ming (2014)〈Like Mother, Like Daughter：The Effect of Mothers’ Attitudes on the Way Their Daughters Interact with Their Mothers-in-law〉 editor(s): Dudley L. Poston, Jr.,Wen Shan Yang & Cathy Ruey-Ling Chu (eds.), The Family and Social Change in Chinese Societies, pp.131-149, Heidelberg, Germany: Springer Publishing Company.
‧Kung, Hsiang-Ming (2012) Effects of Gender, Marriage, and Family on Psychological Distress: Transitions in Taiwan from 1990 to 2005. Pp.277-324 in Social Change in Taiwan, 1985–2005: Family and Marriage, Taiwan Social Change Survey Symposium Series III, Vol. 1 , edited by Chin-Chun Yi and Ying-Hwa Chang. Taipei: Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica.
‧Kung, Hsiang-Ming (2010) Consolidation, Suppression, or Multicultural Communication? The Cultural Experience and Living Consequence of Southeast Asian Marriage Immigrants in Local Families. Asia-Pacific Forum , 49: 58-84.
‧Yi, Chin-Chun, Hsiang-Ming Kung , Yu-Hua Chen, and Joujuo Chu (2008) The Importance of Social Context in the Formation of the Value of Children for Adolescents: Social Class and Rural Urban Differences in Taiwan. Journal of Comparative Family Studies , 39: 371-392.
‧Kung, Hsiang-Ming (2001) Who Is One of Our Own? The In-group/Out-group Effect on the Relationship between Mother- and Daughter-in-law. Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies , 16: 43-90.
‧Kung, Hsiang-Ming and Chin-Chun Yi (2001) The Impact of Modernization on Elder-Care: The Case of Taiwan. Pp. 69-80 in Families as Educators for Global Citizenship , edited by Judith A. Myers-Walls, Peter Somlai with Robert N. Rapoport. England: Ashgate Publishing Ltd. .
‧Kung, Hsiang-Ming (1997) The Effect of Gender, Marriage, and Family on Psychological Distress: A Case Study of Taiwan’s Changing Society. Pp.87-121f in Taiwanese Society in 1990s: Taiwan Social Change Survey Symposium Series II (part 2) , edited by Ly-Yun Chang, Yu-Hsia Lu, and Fu-Chang Wang. Taipei: The Preparatory Office of the Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica.
|Awards and Honors：|
‧Shih Hsin University Outstanding Advisor Award, 2015.
‧Shih Hsin University Outstanding Advisor Award, 2001.
‧Shih Hsin University Norminee for Outstanding Advisor Award, 2011.
‧Shih Hsin University Norminee for Outstanding Advisor Award, 2004.