Prof. Seokho Kim Seokho Kim is a professor of sociology at Seoul National University. He has graduated from Chicago University in 2008 and taught at Sungkyunkwan University from 2009 to 2014. He moved to Seoul National University in September, 2014. He is the current director of ISDPR(Institute for Social Development and Policy Research) since 2017. His research areas are Political Sociology; Quantitative Analys..
Prof. Hong-Jung Kim Hong-Jung Kim is a professor of sociology at Seoul National University. He is graduated from EHESS (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales) in Paris, France. After teaching in Daegu University, he has taught and worked in SNU since 2010. His research areas are in two streams. First, he is interested in social theory, in particular, survival modernity to explain the social transformation of..
Prof. Keong-Suk Park Keong-Suk Park is a professor of Sociology department, Seoul National University. Her main research areas are demography, gerontology, and social inequality. She has done extensive work on population and aging issues, family, and the elderly life in East Asian societies. Current research includes family-population in the late Chosun (1650-1900), regional demography, women’s life course and ident..
Prof. Myoung-Kyu Park Myoung-kyu Park is a professor of sociology. He has previously been a President of the KSA (Korean Sociological Association, 2017)) the Director of the Institute for Peace and Unification Studies (IPUS, 2006-2016), Social Development Research Institute (2002-2004), Chairman of the History and Society Editorial Board (2002-2004), and President of the Korean Social History Association (2002-2004)...
Prof. Eun-Kyung Bae Eun-Kyung Bae is a professor of sociology at Seoul National University. She had her Ph.D degree from Seoul National University and has taught and worked there since 2006. She is the chair of interdisciplinary program in gender studies. Her main research areas are sociology of gender, Korean social history, and feminism theory. Recent publications 2012. Human Reproduction of Modern Korea. Time Tr..
Prof. Yijong Suh Yijong Suh is professor of sociology and STS studies at Seoul National University. His expertise is in the areas of social, ethical & legal issues (ELSI) of IT and BT. Suh has academic and social leadership of institutionalizing privacy issues, online communities and now good death in Korean and Asian context. He has worked as SNU computer center vice-president, SNU Library director, committee m..
Prof. Jaeyeol Yee Jaeyeol Yee is a professor of sociology at Seoul National University. His main research interests are organization, risk society, theory construction and Social Quality. He is graduated from Harvard University and has taught and worked in SNU since 1997. He is a director of Korea Social Science Data Archive (2016.9- now) and a Board of Trustees for Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies and Cente..
Prof. Dong-Kyun Im Dong-Kyun Im is an associate professor of sociology at Seoul National University. He is interested in examining 1) the socio-cognitive mechanisms of political attitudes and collective behaviors, 2) the psychological basis of democratic citizenship, anti-authoritarian attitudes, and pro-social behaviors, and 3) how feelings of hope, expectations, and positive emotional experiences have social ori..
Prof. Kyung-Sup Chang Chang Kyung-Sup is a professor of sociology at Seoul National University where he has taught since 1991. His research covers the particular workings of socioeconomic institutions and cultural/political practices in Korean/Asian development and modernization, focusing on the interfaces (1) between national and global dynamics of social change (“compressed modernity”, “Asianization of Asia”), (2) ..