Yu Tao is a Lecturer in Chinese Studies at the University of Western Australia (UWA), where he teaches contemporary Chinese society, politics, language, and culture.
Trained as a political sociologist, Yu’s primary academic mission is to make sense of the social foundations and mechanisms underlying politics. He is most interested in investigating and explaining the roles played by intermediate organisations in contentious politics, conflict resolution and local governance.
Lecturer in Chinese Studies, The University of Western Australia
Senior Lecturer in Asia Pacific Studies, The University of Central Lancashire
Lecturer in Asia Pacific Studies, The University of Central Lancashire
University of Oxford, DPhil in Politics
University of Cambridge, MPhil in Sociology
Peking University, Dual BAs (in Government and in Sociology)
Political Studies Association
European Association for Chinese Studies
Social Change (160805)
Government And Politics Of Asia And The Pacific (160606)