Wang, Wendy. 2011. “The Analyses of the Military Failures of Guo Min Dang Army in three Major Battles against People’s Liberation Army before Liberation.” (in Chinese). China Military Network (1). Beijing, China.
Wang, Wendy. 2009. “Moral Achievements and Life Time Friendship of the Youth Who Volunteered to Work in Inner Mongolia for 10 Years during the Cultural Revolution.” Academic Perspectives 5(2):72-89.
Wendy Wang. 2009.“ I Ching ---The Correspondence Thinking Culture and Its Reverse Power to Economic Development in China”, (Special Issue) Symbolic Power in a Cultural Contexts, under revisions.
Wang, Wendy. 2008. “Son Preference Culture and Female Children’s Empowerment in China.” Pp 146-160 in Symbolic Power in a Cultural Contexts—Uncovering Social Reality, edited by Jarmo Houtsonen and Ari Antikainen (Special Issue). Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, Holland.
Wang, Wendy. 2008. “China Is Going, Should Go, and Will Go Its Own Road.” The Update 419(14). Asian American Scholars Association.
Wang, Wendy. 2006. “Son Preference and Educational Opportunities of Children in China.” Gender Issues (formally ASA Feminist Issues) 22(2): 3-30.
Wang, Wendy. 2005. “Ideological Orientation and the Chinese Academic Migration —A Theoretical and Longitudinal Analysis.” Sociological Inquiry 75(2): 216-248.
Wang, Wendy. 2004. “A Study of the Professional Migration Between China and USA.” Chinese Academy of Social Science (CD Rom available).
Wang, Wendy. 2001.“Can Ideology be a Determinant of International Migration?” Asian Thoughts and Society--An International Review. 26(77): 148-163.
TenHouten, Warren and Wendy Wang. 2001. “The Eight Trigrams of the Chinese I Ching and the Eight Primary Emotions.” Asian Journal of Social Psychology 4(3): 185-199.
Wang, Wendy. 1999. “Transvaluation - - Chinese Professional Migration to the USA.” International Journal of Contemporary Sociology 36(1): 81-93.
Wang, Wendy. 1999. Elementary School--Children’s ‘Second Home’ and the Socialization Process. Pp 23-25 in a Special Issue of the 90-Year Anniversary of the Beijing Secondary Experimental Education (in Chinese).
Wang, Wendy. 1998. “Illegal Drug Abuse and the Community Camp Strategy to Drug Rehabilitation in China.” Journal of Drug Education 29(2): 97-114.
Peer Reviewed Publications in Chinese
Wang, Wendy. 2011. “Spring Festival Gathering—Bo Xilai, Minister of Commerce of PRC.” Significant People 265(3): 25-26. People’s Publisher.
Wang, Wendy. 2011. “Our View on Former Vice Premier Bo Yibo and His Son Bo Xilai the Minister of Commerce of PRC. Significant People 261(11):80-83. People’s Publisher of China.
Wang, Wendy. 2010. “The Moral National Intellectual Qi Gong.” Significant People 255(5): 78-80. People’s Publisher.
Wang, Wendy. 2007.“Liu Pingping, her Father the Former Vice Chairman Liu Shoqi, and her Mother Wang Guangmei in Cultural Revolution.” Significant People 218(4): 58-61. People’s Publisher of China.
Wang, Wendy. 1999. Gender Preference and Female Educational Opportunities in China. Government Report. Beijing Tian Ze Economic Institute, China .
Wendy Wang. 1998. “Gender Preference and Female Labor Force Participation in China.” International Sociological Association Congress collected publications.
Wang, Wendy. 1994. “Migration of Academics from P.R. China to the USA: Implications of Going, Staying, and Returning,” International Sociological Association Congress collected publications.
Wang, Wendy. 1992. “Class, Ideology, and Migration Decisions of the Chinese Professional Migration to the USA,” UCLA Dissertation Monograph.