Cary Wu
Cary Wu
York Research Chair Professor, York University
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Anti-Asian discrimination and the Asian-white mental health gap during COVID-19
C Wu, Y Qian, R Wilkes
Ethnic and Racial Studies, 101-117, 2021
How social capital helps communities weather the COVID-19 pandemic
CA Makridis, C Wu
PloS one 16 (1), e0245135, 2021
Social capital and COVID-19: a multidimensional and multilevel approach
C Wu
Chinese Sociological Review 53 (1), 27-54, 2021
International students’ post-graduation migration plans and the search for home
C Wu, R Wilkes
Geoforum 80, 123-132, 2017
Local–national political trust patterns: Why China is an exception
C Wu, R Wilkes
International Political Science Review 39 (4), 436-454, 2018
Chinese citizen satisfaction with government performance during COVID-19
C Wu, Z Shi, R Wilkes, J Wu, Z Gong, N He, Z Xiao, X Zhang, W Lai, ...
Journal of Contemporary China 30 (132), 930-944, 2021
Immigration, discrimination, and trust: A simply complex relationship
R Wilkes, C Wu
Frontiers in Sociology 4, 32, 2019
The third sector: Community organizations, NGOs, and nonprofits
M Kallman, T Clark, C Wu, JY Lin
University of Illinois Press, 2016
Finding critical trusters: A response pattern model of political trust
C Wu, R Wilkes
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 59 (2), 110-138, 2018
Trust and Minority Groups
R Wilkes, C Wu
The Oxford Handbook of Social and Political Trust, 2017
Experiences matter: A longitudinal study of individual-level sources of declining social trust in the United States
J Mewes, M Fairbrother, GN Giordano, C Wu, R Wilkes
Social Science Research 95, 102537, 2021
Acute discrimination and East Asian-white mental health gap during COVID-19 in Canada
C Wu, R Wilkes, Y Qian, EB Kennedy
Available at SSRN 3626460, 2020
Ethnicity, democracy, trust: a majority-minority approach
R Wilkes, C Wu
Social Forces 97 (1), 465-494, 2018
Moving from Urban Sociology to the Sociology of the City
C Wu
The American Sociologist 47, 102-114, 2016
Does migration affect trust? Internal migration and the stability of trust among Americans
C Wu
The Sociological Quarterly 61 (3), 523-543, 2020
Education and social trust in global perspective
C Wu
Sociological perspectives 64 (6), 1166-1186, 2021
Durable power and generalized trust in everyday social exchange
C Wu
PNAS 113 (11), 2793-2795, 2016
Who stays physically active during COVID-19? Inequality and exercise patterns in the United States
C Sher, C Wu
Socius 7, 2378023120987710, 2021
The gender gap in commenting: Women are less likely than men to comment on (men’s) published research
C Wu, S Fuller, Z Shi, R Wilkes
PloS One 15 (4), e0230043, 2020
Social capital, trust, and state coronavirus testing
C Wu, R Wilkes, M Fairbrother, G Giordano
Contexts 30, 2020
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