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Peter Hays Gries
Harold J. & Ruth Newman Chair in US-China Issues

BOOKS

The Politics of American Foreign Policy: How Ideology Divides Liberals and Conservatives over Foreign Affairs (Stanford University Press, 2014).

China's New Nationalism: Pride, Politics, and Diplomacy (The University of California Press, 2004).

EDITED BOOKS

Chinese Politics: State, Society and the Market, co-edited with Stanley Rosen (Routledge, 2010).

State and Society in 21st-Century China: Crisis, Contention, and Legitimation, co-edited with Stanley Rosen (Routledge, 2004).


SELECTED PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS

“Taiwanese Views of China and the World: Party Identification, Ethnicity, and Cross–Strait Relations,” Japanese Journal of Political Science, 14 (1) (2013): 73–96. Peter Gries & Jenny Su.

“National narcissism: Internal dimensions and international correlates,” PsyCh Journal 2 (2013): 122-132. Huajian Cai and Peter Gries.

“China” in Zach P. Messitte and Suzette R. Grillot, eds., Understanding the Global Community (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 2013). Peter Gries.

“Toward the Scientific Study of Polytheism: Beyond Forced-Choice Measures of Religious Belief,” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 51 (4) (2012): 623-637. Peter Gries, Jenny Su & David Schak.

“Disillusionment and Dismay: How Chinese Netizens Think and Feel About the Two Koreas,” Journal of East Asian Studies, 12 (2012), 31–56. Peter Gries.

“God, guns, and . . . China? How ideology impacts American attitudes and policy preferences toward China,” International Relations of the Asia-Pacific (2012) 12(1): 1-40. Peter Hays Gries, H. Michael Crowson and Huajian Cai.

“Determinants of security and insecurity in international relations: A cross-national experimental analysis of symbolic and material gains and losses,” Peter Gries, Kaiping Peng, and H. Michael Crowson. Chapter 7 in Psychology and Constructivism in International Relations: An Ideational Alliance, Vaughn Shannon and Paul Kowert, eds. (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2012).

“When knowledge is a double edged sword: Contact, media exposure, and American attitudes towards China,” Journal of Social Issues, 67, 4 (2011): 787-805. Peter Hays Gries, H. Michael Crowson, & Huajian Cai.

“Toward a social psychology of globalization,” Journal of Social Issues, 67, 4 (2011): 663-676. CYChiu, PH Gries, P., CJ Torelli, & SY Cheng.

“Patriotism, Nationalism, and China’s U.S. Policy: Structures and Consequences of Chinese National Identity,” The China Quarterly, 205 (March 2011). Peter Hays Gries, Qingmin Zhang, H. Michael Crowson, & Huajian Cai.

“The Spectre of Communism in US China Policy: Bipartisanship in the American Subconscious,” The Chinese Journal of International Politics, 3 (2010). Peter Hays Gries, Huajian Cai and H. Michael Crowson.

“Experimental Methods and Psychological Measures in the Study of Chinese Foreign Policy,” in Contemporary Chinese Politics: New Sources, Methods, and Field Strategies, Carlson, Gallagher, Lieberthal, and Manion, eds. Cambridge University Press, 2010.

“Do right-wing authoritarianism and social dominance orientation predict anti-china attitudes?” Psicología Política (Spain), 40 ( 2010), 7-29. H. Michael Crowson and Peter Hays Gries.

“Political orientation, party affiliation, and American attitudes towards China,” Journal of Chinese Political Science, vol. 15, no. 3 (2010), 219-244. Peter Hays Gries and H. Michael Crowson.

“The Olympic effect on American attitudes towards China: Beyond personality, ideology, and media exposure,” Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 19, No 64, 2010. Peter Hays Gries, H. Michael Crowson, Todd Sandel, & Huajian Cai.

“Contentious Histories and the Perception of Threat: China, the United States, and the Korean War—An Experimental Analysis,” Peter Hays Gries, Jennifer L. Prewitt-Freilino, Luz-Eugenia Cox-Fuenzalida, and Qingmin Zhang, Journal of East Asian Studies, 9 (2009), 433–465.

“Problems of Misperception in U.S.-China relations,” Orbis, Spring 2009, pp. 220-232.

“Historical Beliefs and the Perception of Threat in Northeast Asia: Colonialism, the Tributary System, and China-Japan-Korea Relations in the Twenty-First Century,” Peter Hays Gries; Qingmin Zhang; Yasuki Masui; & Yong Wook Lee, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, 9.2 (2009): 245-265.

“政治取向与美国对华政策” (Political orientation and US-China policy), 《美国研究》 (American Studies, Beijing) , Fall 2008. With Howard M. Crowson.

“China’s Rise: A Review Essay,” Asian Security, vol. 4, no. 1, 2008, pp. 101–105.

“Harmony, Hegemony, & U.S.-China Relations,” World Literature Today, August 2007, Vol. 81.5.

“Forecasting US-China relations, 2015,” Asian Security, Vol. 2, No. 2 (June 2006), pp. 1-23

“China’s ‘New Thinking’ on Japan,” The China Quarterly, Vol. 184, December 2005, pp. 831-50.

“Chinese Nationalism: Challenging the State?” Current History, September 2005, pp. 251-56.

“浅析中国民族主义: 历史, 人民, 情感” (Chinese nationalism: The past, the people, and their passions), 《世界经济与政治》 (World Economics and Politics, Beijing) , November, 2005.

“China Eyes the Hegemon,” Orbis: A Journal Of World Affairs, Summer 2005, pp. 401-412.

“The Koguryo Controversy, National Identity, and Sino-Korean Relations Today,” East Asia: An International Quarterly, Vol. 22, No. 4 (2005), pp. 3-17

“Nationalism, Indignation, and China’s Japan Policy,” The SAIS Review of International Affairs, Vol XXV, No. 2 (Summer-Fall 2005), pp. 105-114.

“Social Psychology and the Identity-Conflict Debate: Is a ‘China Threat’ Inevitable?” The European Journal of International Relations, Vol. 11, No. 2 (June 2005), pp. 235-265.

“The Perception of the Other in International Relations: Evidence for the Polarizing Effect of Entitativity,” Emanuele Castano, Simona Sacchi, and Peter Hays Gries, Political Psychology, Vol. 24, No. 3 (2003), pp. 449-68.

“Culture Clash? Apologies East and West,” Peter Hays Gries and Peng Kaiping, The Journal of Contemporary China Vol. 11, No. 30 (February 2002), pp. 173-178.

“Power and Resolve in U.S. China Policy,” International Security 26:2 (Fall 2001): 155-165. Correspondence with Thomas Christensen over Chinese military capabilities and intentions.

“Tears of Rage: Chinese Nationalism and the Belgrade Embassy Bombing,” The China Journal, No. 46 (July 2001), pp. 25-43.

“A ‘China Threat’? Power and Passion in Chinese ‘Face Nationalism’,” World Affairs No. 162.2 (Fall 1999), pp. 63-75.

SELECTED BOOK REVIEWS
Benjamin I. Page and Tao Xie. Living with the Dragon: How the American Public Views the Rise of China. New York: Columbia University Press. 2010. For Public Opinion Quarterly (2011).

SELECTED OP-EDS
"Why China Resents Japan, and Us," New York Times, 24 August 2012.

 

 

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