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I'm interested in exploring the mutual shaping relationship between society and technology through an integrated improvement perspective. During my postgraduate study of science and technology studies (STS) in University of Edinburgh, I followed the mutual shaping route and briefly touched the issues of integrated development in two researches, "Understanding Local Circumstances of Surveillance on ICT Applications in China" and "The Mutual Shaping History of Agricultural Technology, Social Condition, And Public Policy in China". By applying to the doctoral project "Innovation, Society, And Policy In China: Towards An Integrated Development", I want to expand my expertise and analysis to the reciprocal civic connection among technological invention, state and society building, and public policy in past, current, and future China via an integrated development standpoint and case studies. An integrated development perspective, nascent but promising as Susan Cozzens pointed out, would be to move three different viewpoints on growth, the confrontational power analysis from STS, the state economic development studies from new growth theory, and the entrepreneurial learning and competency building studies from innovation methods, toward the development as freedom from Amartya Sen's definition. In the next ten years or more, China will undergo the structural transformation in developmental mode to tackle the social and economic problems due to its exclusive focus on economic growth and national proficiency. So I find my study interesting and timely in both academic and real world. Before additional explanation of my doctoral program, a few introductions of my previous academic pathway and working expertise in...