Projects per year
Chao Fang is a research associate based in the Centre for Death and Society at the University of Bath, UK. He is currently working on a cross-cultural project exploring emotional loneliness of people living in retirement communities in the UK and Australia. Chao is also affiliated with the End of Life Care Studies Group at the University of Glasgow, where he has worked on an international project to analyse end of life care issues between the UK and Japan.
Chao completed his PhD at the Centre for Death and Society in 2018. His doctoral research focused on bereavement experiences across the UK, Japan and China. Since his doctoral study, he has continued to play an active role in facilitating a range of collaborative projects about ageing and end of life care issues across the UK, China, Japan and Australia.
Sociology, Doctor of Philosophy, University of Bath
2015 → 2018
Award Date: 22 Nov 2018
Philosophy and cultural studies (religious studies), Master of Arts, Hokkaido University
2011 → 2014
Award Date: 25 Mar 2014
Exploring emotional loneliness in older people living in retirement communities: A cross-cultural study
1/10/19 → …
Project: UK industry
Fang, C., 6 Aug 2020, In: Journal of Population Ageing.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen Access
Fang, C. & Tanaka, M., Mar 2020, Dumfries, Scotland: End of Life Care Studies Group, University of Glasgow. 4 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Other report
Exploring social constructions of bereaved people’s identity in mainland China: a qualitative approachFang, C., 2020, In: Mortality: Promoting the interdisciplinary study of death and dying . 25, 4, p. 402-417
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile8 Downloads (Pure)
Fang, C., 2 Jun 2020, End of Life Studies blog.
Research output: Contribution to specialist publication › Article
Fang, C. & Comery, A., 27 Jul 2020, Advance: a SAGE preprints community, 32 p.
Research output: Working paper
Fang, C., 22 Nov 2018
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › PhDFile