Korean Millennials

April 1, 2020
by phoebeho
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News: Grace Kao and Wonseok Lee pen op-ed in Contexts

Lab Fellow Grace Kao and Wonseok Lee, a PhD student in Ethnomusicology at Ohio State University, have penned an op-ed on the potential of popular culture for combating rising anti-Asian/Asian American sentiment in the wake of Covid-19. The op-ed appears in Contexts, the quarterly magazine of the American Sociological Association.

January 28, 2020
by phoebeho
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Media: Grace Kao on NPR’s Code Switch Podcast

Grace Kao recently spoke with NPR’s Code Switch, a podcast on race and identity, about interracial friendships and relationships. The full audio and transcript is available online. Find out more about Grace’s research in her recently released Russell Sage Rose Series book, The Company We Keep, with co-authors Kara Joyner and Kelly Stamper Balistreri.

January 10, 2020
by phoebeho
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Research: New Publication by James M. Raymo and Hyunjoon Park

James M. Raymo (Princeton University) and Korean Millennials Lab Director Hyunjoon Park have a new publication in Demography, now available online:

Raymo, James M., and Hyunjoon Park. 2020. “Marriage Decline in Korea: Changing Composition of the Domestic Marriage Market and Growth in International Marriage.” Demography.

November 14, 2019
by phoebeho
Comments Off on Media: Grace Kao interviewed about her recent book on interracial friendships and romance

Media: Grace Kao interviewed about her recent book on interracial friendships and romance

Book Cover

Grace Kao talks about the motivation and importance of her recently published book (with co-authors Kara Joyner and Kelly Stamper Balistreri) in an interview with Yale News.

Read more about the book and find links to order your own copy on the Russell Sage website!

November 7, 2019
by phoebeho
Comments Off on Research: Socioeconomic Attainments and Suicidal Ideation in South Korea: How Are Young Adults Different from Middle-Aged Adults? By Joongbaeck Kim and Soo-Yeon Yoon (Research Brief No. 8)

Research: Socioeconomic Attainments and Suicidal Ideation in South Korea: How Are Young Adults Different from Middle-Aged Adults? By Joongbaeck Kim and Soo-Yeon Yoon (Research Brief No. 8)

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Research Brief No. 8, Socioeconomic Attainments and Suicidal Ideation in South Korea: How Are Young Adults Different from Middle-Aged Adults?, presents selected findings from the following published study:

October 16, 2019
by phoebeho
Comments Off on Research: Who Are Asian American Millennials? Asian Americans Leaving the Parental Home By Phoebe Ho & Hyunjoon Park (Research Brief No. 7)

Research: Who Are Asian American Millennials? Asian Americans Leaving the Parental Home By Phoebe Ho & Hyunjoon Park (Research Brief No. 7)

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Research Brief No. 7, Who Are Asian American Millennials? Asian Americans Leaving the Parental Home, presents selected findings from the following published study:

December 5, 2018
by gwjung
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Research: New Publication by Dr. Joongbaeck Kim and Dr. Soo-Yeon Yoon

We are please to announce that Korean Millennials Fellow, Dr. Joongbaeck Kim, and Former Postdoctoral Fellow, Dr. Soo-Yeon Yoon, published a paper below. Please check out their article here.

Kim, Joongbaeck and Soo-Yeon Yoon. 2018. Association between Socioeconomic Attainments and Suicidal Ideation by Age Groups in Korea. International Journal of Social Psychiatry 64(7): 628-636.

December 5, 2018
by gwjung
Comments Off on Korean Millennials Fall 2018 Newsletter

We are excited to share Fall 2018 Newsletter with you! Please check out the news, articles, and pictures in the attached newsletter. Special thanks to Dr. Seung-kyung Kim and Yun Cha for their contribution. We also thank everyone who sent us their information. Hope you all enjoy winter break. Happy holidays!

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