Associate Professor

Dr. Bin Liang 

   

CONTACT INFORMATION
   411 Murray Hall
   Stillwater, OK 74078-4062
   (405) 744-9360 (Stillwater officer phone)
   (918) 594-8286 (Tulsa office phone)
   (405) 744-5780 (fax)
   bin.liang@okstate.edu

 

SPRING 2016 CLASS SCHEDULE
   SOC 4033.801 - Comparative Perspectives of Criminal Justice - T 7:20-10:00  TULSA
   AMST 3950.801 - Death Penalty in America - M 7:20-10:00 TULSA

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CURRENT RESEARCH AND GRANT PROJECTS

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Law and Society
  • Globalization
  • Comparative Legal Systems
  • the Chinese Legal System
  • Criminal Justice
  • Delinquency

EDUCATION

  • B.A., Foreign Affairs College, Beijing, China
  • M.S., School of Justice Studies, Arizona State University
  • J.D., College of Law, Arizona State University
  • Ph.D., School of Justice Studies, Arizona State University

Bin Liang is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at Oklahoma State University-Tulsa. He received his Ph.D. and J.D. from Arizona State University. He has published a number of articles on studies related to crime and the legal system in China. He is also the author of two new books, titled The Changing Chinese Legal System, 1978 – Present: Centralization of Power and Rationalization of the Legal System with Routledge (2008) and China's Drug Practices and Policies: Regulating Controlled Substances in a Global Context with Ashgate (2009). His current research interests include globalization and its impact on the Chinese legal system, crime and deviance in China, and the drug court in Tulsa County, Oklahoma.