Dr. WEN holds many academic positions including: The Ministry of education “Distinguished professor of the ‘Chang Jiang Scholars Program’”，Member of the Instruction and Curriculum Committee of Sociology at the Chinese Ministry of Education, Member of the Expert Panel of National Urban-Rural Community Development at the Chinese Ministry of Civil Affairs, Advisory Board Member of the Chinese Sociological Association, Vice President of the Shanghai Sociological Association, Advisory Board Member of the China Association for Social Worker Education, and Vice President of the Shanghai Social Workers Association, among others. Dr. WEN's main research interests are in the areas of urban sociology, social policy and social development, sociological theory, social work theory. He has published many influential scholarly works, including over 200 journal articles and 20 books. In 2004‚ he wasawarded the first batchof the New Century Excellent Talents Awarded by the Chinese Ministry of Education. His representative works include such as Network Shadow: Problems and Countermeasures (2002); Inheritance and Innovation: Modernity, Globalization and the Transformation of Sociological Theory (2004); Western Sociological Theory: Classical Tradition and Contemporary Turning (2006); An International Comparative Studies of Social Work with Community-Youth (2008); Social Work Models: Theories and Applications(2010);and so on.
(1)Contemporary Sociological Theory: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Beijing: Renmin University of China Press, 2016.
(2)Community Development with Chinese Characteristics: Experience in Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, Beijing: China Society Press,2015.
(3)Studies on the Bottom Group in Urban China, Shanghai:Fudan University Press,2015.
(4)Community Development with Chinese Characteristics: Experience in Qinhuai District of Nanjing, Beijing: China Society Press,2014.
(5)Western Social Work Theory, Beijing: Higher Education Press,2013.
(6)Sociology (Co editor with WU Duo),Beijing: Higher Education Press,2011.
(7)Introduction to Qualitative Research(Eds.), Beijing:Peking University Press, 2010.
(8)Social Work Mode: Theory and Practice, Beijing: Higher Education Press,2010.
(9)The Case Studies of School Social Work，Shanghai:East China University of Science and Technology Press,2010.
(10)Classical Proposition in Western Sociology, Nanchang:Jiangxi People Press,2008.
(11)Western Sociological Theory: Classical Tradition and Contemporary Turn, Shanghai: Shanghai People Press, 2006.
(12)Modernity, Globalization and Transitions of Sociological Theory, Shanghai: East China Normal University Press, 2004.
(13)A Comparative Study of Social Work with Community-Youth, Shanghai: East China University of Science and Technology Press, 2006.
(14)The Handbook of Social Work Practice (Eds.), Beijing: Social Science Documentary Publishing House, 2006.
(15)Theory & Practice in the Social Work (Eds.), Shanghai: Xuelin Press, 2003.
(16)Modern Consciousness and Urban Studies(Eds.), Shanghai: East China Normal University Press, 2006.
(17)NGO and Social Development in China, Guiyang: Guizhou People Press, 2003.
(18)Cyber shadow: Problems & Countermeasure, Guiyang: Guizhou People Press, 2002.
(19)The Network Society in the Process of Globalization, Guiyang: Guizhou People Press, 2001.
(1)WEN Jun, WU Yuefei,The Practice of and Reflection on Disaater Social Work: The Case of the Integration of Social Work Services in Earthquake-stricken Ludian in Yunnan, Social Science in China,2015(9).
(2)WEN Jun, WU Yuefei,Villages with A Loss of Villagers: The Transformation of the Traditional Villages and Reflections on Rurality,Sociological Studies, 2017(4).
(3)WEN Jun, HE Wei ,Social memory’s restoration and reconstruction in the reconstruction of disaster areas: Taking Shanghai social work empowerment service in Ludian earthquake area as example, Sociological Studies, 2016(2).
(4)WEN Jun, HUANG Rui, The Intellectual Genealogy and Ideal Prospect of Spaece: The construction of an open practical space, Sociological Studies, 2012(2).
(5)WEN Jun, From Survival Rational Choice to Social Rational Choice: Analysis on the motivation of peasants’ outgoing for employment in contemporary China, Beijing: Sociological Studies, 2001(6).
(6)WEN Jun, From social transformation to transforming society: Reflecting on developmental sociology and Chinese experiences, Social Sciences in China Review, 2017(4).
(7)On the Meta-Study and Meta-theorization Tendencies of Western Sociology, Beijing: Social Sciences Abroad, 2003(2)
(8)Reflexive Sociology and Reflections on Sociology, Chengdu: Social Science Research, 2003(1)
(9)The Rise of the Postmodern Sociology and its Influence, Shanghai: Journal of East China Normal University, 2003(3)
(10)On the Development Threads of Sociological Theory and Basic Rules, Nanning: Academic Forum, 2002(6)
(11)Network Hegemony and Symbolic Violence, Nanning: Academic Forum, 2003(1)
(12)On School Social Work, Shanghai: Society, 2003(1)
(13)‘Social Policies in the Perspective of Globalization’, in Zheng Hangsheng ed. (2003)Social Vulnerable Groups and Social Support: Research Reports on China Social Development,2002, Beijing: Renmin University of China Press.
(14)The Logical Starting Point and the Key Subject Matter: The Theme of Modernity and Studies of Sociological Theories, Shanghai: Journal of East China Normal University, 2002(5)
(15)The Subject of Globalization and The Studies of Sociology, Shenyang: Social Science Journal, 2002(5)
(16)An Sociological Analysis on Problems of Network Society, Beijing: Science and Technology Review, 2002(10)
(17)Globalization and The Rise of Global Sociology, Beijing: Marxism & Reality, 2001(4)
(18)Pressure for Survival and Rational Choice: On Huang Ping’s In Search for Survival, Hong Kong: Twenty-First Century, 2001(2)
(19)Theory Consciousness and Reflexivity of the Academic Field, Jinan: Teahouse for Sociologists, 2003(1)
(20)Farmer’s Citizenship: the Role Transition from Farmer to Townspeople, Shanghai: Journal of East China Normal University, 2004(3)
(21)The Main Crises of Western Sociological Theories, Shenyang: Social Science Journal, 2004(3)
(22)On the Relations between postmodern, Globalization and Modernity, Chengdu: Social Science Research, 2004(4)
(23)Introduction and Development of European and American Sociology in China Since 1980s, Japan(Gendai Shakai-Riron Kenkyu): The Journal of Studies in Contemporary Social Theory,2004,Vol.14
(24)On the Three Kinds of Traditional Research Methods and the Tension of Sociological Research, Nanjing: Social Science in Nan Jing, 2004(5)
(25)On Crisis of Paradigm of Sociological Theory and Its Integrations, Tianjin: Tianjin Social Science,2004(6)
(26)Change and Influence: China’s Regulation of Labor Immigrants in the Last, Guangdong: Academic Research, 2004(7)
(27)On the System Construction and Rational Choice of Labor Immigrants in Urban China, Nanjing: Social Science in Nan Jing, 2005(2)
(28)The Core Thesis of Sociological Theory and Innovation of Its Classical Traditon, Hangzhou: Zhejiang Social Science,2005(4)
(29)From Transplantation and Combination to Reflection and Reconstruction: Introduction and Development of the Western Sociological Theories in Chian Since 1980s, Chengdu: Social Science Research, 2005(5)
(30)On the Dialogue Between Contemporary Marxism and Christian Theology, Shenyang: Social Science Journal, 2005(6)
(31)Social Capital and Community Poverty Alleviation, Lanzhou: Journal of Northwest Normal University, 2006(3)
(32)On the Support System of Farmer’s Citizenship, Shanghai: Journal of East China Normal University, 2006(4)
(33)On Essential Characteristics and Development Trend of Contemporary Sociological Theory, Chengdu: Social Science Research, 2007(1)
(34)What is Sociological Theory and Sociological Theory for What? Changsha: Journal of Hunan Normal University, 2007(1)
(35)On Ideology in the View of Sociology, Nanjing: Jianghai Academic Journal,2007(2)
(1)Global Sociology, Beijing: Social Science Documentary Publishing House, 2001. Translated From Robin Cohen & Paul Kennedy, Macmillan Press,2000.
(2)Social Theory and Modern Sociology, Beijing: Social Science Documentary Publishing House, 2003. Translated From Anthony Gidden, Cambridge: Polity Press,1987.
(3)New Rules of Sociological Method,Beijing: Social Science Documentary Publishing House, 2003. Translated From Anthony Giddens, Cambridge: Polity Press,1993.
(4)The Sociology of Emotions, Shanghai: Shanghai People’s Publishing House,2007. Translated From Jonathan H.Turner & Jan E.Stets, Cambridge: Polity Press,2005.
(5)Human Emotions: A Sociological Theory, Shanghai: Dongfang Press,2010. Translated From Jonathan H.Turner, New York:Routledge, 2007.
(3)WEN Jun, HE Wei, Social Memory’s Restoration and Reconstruction in the Reconstruction of Disaster Areas : Taking Shanghai social work empowerment service in Ludian earthquake area as example, Sociological Studies, 2016(2), pp.170-193.