Chang, Mau-kuei, 1997, “Civil Society, Resource Mobilization, and New Social Movements: Theoretical implications for the study of social movements in Taiwan”, Chinese Sociology & Anthropology, 29, 7-41.
Burawoy, Michael, Mau-kuei Chang and Michelle Fei-yu Hsieh, eds., 2010, Facing an Unequal World: Challenges for a Global Sociology (3 volumes), 955 pages, Taipei: ISA-CNA, Academia Sinica, Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica.
Chang, Mau-kuei, accepted, “Democracy and Institution Building through Civil Society Activism in Taiwan: the Case of the Judicial Reform Foundation”, editor(s): Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao, Middle Class, Civil Society, and Democracy in Asia, pp. 39-60, Abingdon; New York: Routledge.
Chang, Mau-kuei and Yufen Chang, 2011, “"Rosy Periwinkle": The Politics of the Licensed Prostitutes Movement in Taiwan”, editor(s): Jeffrey Broadbent and Vicky Brockman, East Asian Social Movements: Power, Protest, and Change in a Dynamic Region, pp. 255-281, New York: Springer. (Full Text)
Chang, Mau-kuei, Ying-Hwa Chang and Chih-Chieh Tang , 2010, “Indigenization, Industrialization, and Internalization: Tracing the Paths of the Development of Sociology in Taiwan”, editor(s): Michael Burarwoy, Mau-kuei Chang and Michelle Fei-yu Hsieh, Facing an Unequal World: Challenges for a Global Sociology (Vol.2), pp. 158-191, Taipei: ISA-CNA, Academia Sinica, Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica. (Full Text)
Chang, Mau-kuei, 2006, “Ethnicité, Classe et Politique Nationale à Taïwan”, editor(s): Françoise Douaire-Marsaudon, Bernard Sellato and Chantal Zheng, Dynamiques Identitaires en Asia et Dans le Pacifique: 1. Enjeux Sociaux, ÉEconomiques et Politiques, pp. 171-195, Aix-en-Provence: Universite De Provence. (Full Text)
Chang, Mau-kuei, 2005, “The Movement to Indigenize Social Sciences in Taiwan: The Origin and Predicament”, editor(s): A-Chin Hsiau, John Makeham, Cultural, Ethnic, and Political Nationalism in Contemporary Taiwan: Bentuhua, pp. 221-260, New York: Palgrave Macmillan. (Full Text)
Chang, Mau-kuei, 2004, “Understanding Contending Nationalist Identities: Reading Ernest Gellner and Benedict Anderson from Taiwan”, editor(s): Susan Henders, Democratization and Identity: Regimes and Ethnicity in East and Southeast Asia, pp. 67-93, Lanham: Lexington Books. (Full Text)
Chang, Mau-kuei, 2003, “On the Origins and Transformation of Taiwanese National Identity”, editor(s): Paul R. Katz and Murray A. Rubinstein, Religion and the Formation of Taiwanese Identities, pp. 23-58, New York: Palgrave Macmillan. (Full Text)
Chang, Mau-kuei, 1996, “Political Transformation and Ethinization of Politics in Taiwan”, editor(s): Gunter Schubert, Axel Schneider, Taiwan an der Schwelle Zum 21 Jahrhumdert -Gesellschaftlicher Wandel, Problem and Perspektiven eines Asiatischen Schwellenlandes (or Taiwan on the Doorsteps to the 21st Century - Social Change, Problems and Perspectives of an East-Asian NIC, pp. 135-152, Hamberg: Institut fuer Asienkunde.
Chang, Mau-kuei, 1994, “Toward an Understanding of Sheng-chi Wen-ti in Taiwan, Focusing on Changes after Political Liberalization”, editor(s): Chung-min Chen, Ying-Chang Chuang, Shu-min Huang, Ethnicity in Taiwan: Social, Historical and Cultural Perspectives, pp. 93-150, Taipei: Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica.
Chang, Mau-kuei, 1993, “Middle Class and Social and Political Movements in Taiwan”, editor(s): Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao, Discovery of the Middle Classes in East Asia, pp. 121-176, Taipei, Taiwan: Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica.
Chang, Mau-kuei, 1989, “The Formation of Partisan Preferences in Taiwan's Democratization Process , 1986-1987”, editor(s): Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao, Wei-Yuan Cheng, Hou-Sheng Chan, Taiwan: A Newly Industrialized State, pp. 313-342, Taipei: National Taiwan University.
Chang, Mau-kuei, 1989, “The Social and Political Aspects of the Anti-Nuclear Power Movement in Taiwan”, editor(s): King-yuh Chang, Political and Social Changes in Taiwan and Mainland China, pp. 108-136, Taipei: Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University.
Chang, Mau-kuei, 1987, “Perceived Life Quality and Social Class in Taiwan”, editor(s): Yu-ming Shaw, Reform and Revolution in Twentieth Century China, pp. 324-342, Taipei: Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University.
Mau–kuei Chang，2017，〈Reflections On Doing Sociology In Taiwan Since 1980s〉，發表於The Fourth ISA Conference of the Council of National Associations，中央研究院人文館3樓國際會議廳：國際社會學會(ISA)、台灣社會學會(TSA)，2017-05-08 ~ 2017-05-10。
Mau–kuei Chang，2016，〈Democracy and Institution Building through Civil Society Activism in Taiwan-the case of Judicial Reform Foundation (Minjian sifa gaige weiyuanhui)〉，發表於International Workshop on Comparing the Tripartite Links of Middle Class, Civil Society, and Democratization in Asia II，日本東京：國立政策研究大學院大學(National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, GRIPS)，2016-12-12 ~ 2016-12-15。
Mau-kuei Chang, 2015, “The Yearning for “Civil Society”and Pushing for Democracy in Taiwan”, paper presented at The 2nd World Congress of Taiwan Studies, 英國倫敦: 中央研究院與英國倫敦大學亞非學院(SOAS)共同主辦, 2015-06-16 ~ 2015-06-22.
Chang, Mau-kuei, 2009, “Democratization and Civic Education Reform in Taiwan”, 23 pages, paper presented at The 33rd Annual Pacific Circle Consortium Conference: Culture and Civic Purposes: in Search of Harmony in the Local and Global Education Context, Taipei: Department of Civic Education and Leadership National Taiwan Normal University, 2009-05-25 ~ 2009-05-29.
Chang, Mau-kuei, Ying-Hwa Chang and Chih-Chieh Tang , 2009, “Indigenization, Institutionalization and Internalization: Tracing the Paths of the Development of Sociology in Taiwan”, paper presented at Facing an Unequal World: Challenges for Sociology, Taipei: Taiwanese Sociological Association, the Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica, 2009-03-23 ~ 2009-03-25.
Chang, Mau-kuei, 2008, “Inequality, Discontents and the Popularization of “M-Shaped Society” Concept in Taiwan”, paper presented at Democratic Consolidation in Taiwan, Palo Alto, California: Stanford University, 2008-05-30 ~ 2008-05-31.
Chang, Mau-kuei, 2008, “Legitimizing New Democracy and Deepening Nationalistic Contestation in Taiwan: Problems of Structure Change”, paper presented at International Conference on Polarized Politics in a Comparative Perspective— America, South Korea, and Taiwan, Taipei: Foundation for Democracy, Social Sciences College of Sun Yat-Sun's University, 2008-01-26.
Chang, Mau-kuei, 2006, “The Correlations between Nationalism and Democratic Values: An Empirical Study from Taiwan”, paper presented at Nationalism and Democracy of RC-5, XVI ISA World Congress of Sociology, Durban, South Africa: International Sociological Association, 2006-07-23 ~ 2006-07-29.
Chang, Mau-kuei, 2005, “Waishengren: Exploring Diaspora Chinese Nationalism in Taiwan”, paper presented at Inauguration address for Series on Identities in East Asia, Stanford University: Asia-Pacific Research Center, 2005-04-06.
Chang, Mau-kuei, 2004, “Nationalistic Politics in Taiwan”, paper presented at HPAIR Conference 2004,Modernization and Identity in East Asia, Shanghai: HPAIR & Fudan University, 2004-08-18 ~ 2004-08-21.
Chang, Mau-kuei, 2004, “Ethnicity, Class and Nationalistic Politics in Taiwan”, paper presented at Search for Interface: Interdisciplinary and Area Studies, Marseilles, France: South-east Asia and the Pacific CAPAS and IRSEA & CRESO of Univ. de Provence, 2004-06-23 ~ 2004-06-25.
Chang, Mau-kuei, 2003, “Sociology on Trial: the Indigenization Movement of Sociology in Taiwan”, paper presented at the Workshop on Localist Discourse in Contemporary Taiwan, Adelaide, Australia: University of Adelaide, 2003-02-09 ~ 2003-02-12.
Mau-kuei Chang, Yu-fen Chang, 2002, “The Politics of Rosy Periwinkle: The Prostitutes' Movement and the Web of Political Agenda”, paper presented at Session on Women in Dissent and Social Movements I, Brisbane: ISA, 2002-07-10.
Yu-fen Chang, Mau-kuei Chang, 2001, “Democratiztion and Women's Movement in Taiwan–From Sister's Solidarity to Sister's Antagonism: The Intra-Explosion of Contemporary Women's Movement in Taiwan”, paper presented at Conference on Civil Society, Social Movement and Democratization on Both Sides of the Taiwan Strait, Massachusetts, USA: Boston University, 2001-04-24 ~ 2001-04-25.
Chang, Mau-kuei, 1997, “Naming Aborigines in Taiwan: Colonial state, Party Politics and People's Movement”, paper presented at the 14th Congress of World Sociology, Session of Racial/Ethnic Studies, Montreal, Canada: World Sociology, 1997-06-22 ~ 1997-06-23.
張茂桂，1997，〈臺灣的社會運動與政治發展：1980年代風雲再解讀〉，發表於the conference of Party-State Transformation and Democratization at Both Sides of the Straits，Boston, USA：Fairbank Center,Harvard University，1997-02-17 ~ 1997-02-18。
Chang, Mau-kuei, 1994, “Culture and Lifestyles of Taiwan's Middle Classes”, paper presented at the International Conference of East Asian Middle Classes and National Development in Comparative Perspective, Taipei, Taiwan: Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, 1994-12-19 ~ 1994-12-21.
Chang, Mau-kuei, 1994, “Anti-nuclear Power Movement in Taiwan: The State, the Capital and Grass-roots Protests”, paper presented at World Congress of Sociology, Beilefeld, Germany: International sociological Association, 1994-06-18 ~ 1994-06-23.
Chang, Mau-kuei, 1993, “Political Transformation and Ethnic Relations in Taiwan”, paper presented at the Workshop of Ethnic Conflict, Washington DC, USA: Woodrow Wilson Center, 1993-06-28 ~ 1993-06-30.
Chang, Mau-kuei, 1990, “Social Movements and the Transformation of State-society Relations in Taiwan in the Late Eighties”, paper presented at the Annual Conference of American Sociological Association, Washington D.C., USA: American Sociological Association, 1990-08-10 ~ 1990-08-15.
Mau-Kuei Michael Chang, 1996, “Democratization and Nationalistic Conflicts in Taiwan: Comments on Alan W. Wachman's Taiwan: National Identity and Democratization”, Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars, 28(3-4), 78-81.