SAGE Publications and Shanghai University have partnered to publish the new English language edition of the Chinese Journal of Sociology. The first issue was published in 2015. The well-known sociologist, Professor Yu Xie, the Bert G. Kerstetter '66 University Professor of Sociology and the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies, is the editor-in-chief. Associate Professor Xiulin Sun, School of Sociology of Shanghai University, is vice chief editor. 

The Chinese Journal of Sociology (CJS) is a peer-reviewed, international journal issued by Shanghai University and administrated by SAGE Publications, with an aim to building an academic platform for in-depth discussion of the issues facing contemporary Chinese society from the sociological perspectives. The newly published journal strives to promote internationally academic communication, international research collaboration, and resources sharing inside and outside China. Rigorous research articles and innovative theoretical essays are highly welcomed. The topics suitable for publication include, but are not limited to the following: social stratification/social inequality; social movements; social organizations and social governance; cultural and ideological change; migration; migrant workers and urbanization; family and demographic studies; the sociological understanding of the environment; and social security and social policy.