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Sociology of Dreams, Myung-Kyu Park, Hong-Jung Kim. et al (2018) Led by Professor Myung-Kyu Park, and Professor Hong-Jung Kim who are both professors in Department of Sociology, SNU, 『Sociology of Dreams』 is the edited volume on regards of Dream, Hope, and future in Sociological context, co-authored by twelve renowned Korean sociologists. It is the 11th book of the 《(Korean) Sociology Collection》 series which is planned and organized by the Korean Sociologica..
The Structure and Dynamics of the Korean Twitter Network, Dukjin Chang & Ghi-Hoon Ghim(2011) Author Dukjin Chang (Professor, Dep. of Sociology, Seoul National University) Ghi-Hoon Ghim (CEO, Cyram inc./ Adjunct Professor, Dep. of Sociology, Seoul National University) Source Journal of Communication Research. No.48(1). 2011 (link) This paper aims to grasp the structure and dynamics of Twitter through the analysis on Korean Twitter Network. The authors identified 1,133,365 presumably Kore..
Jae-Hyung Kim_The Competition and Cooperation between the Japanese Government-General of Korea and Korean Society over the Issue of Vagrant Leprosy Patients (2019) Author: Jae-Hyung Kim (Hanshin University) Cite: Jae-Hyung Kim. 2019. "The Competition and Cooperation between the Japanese Government-General of Korea and Korean Society over the Issue of Vagrant Leprosy Patients." Democracy and Human Rights 19(1): 123-164. 더보기 Research on vagrants in colonial Joseon has been largely conducted with a focus on the Japanese Government-General of Korea as an actor..
Social Economy and Social Value: Ancient Future of Capitalism (2016) Author: Dong-Hyun Ko, Jaeyeol Yee, Myoungsun Moon, Sol Han 더보기 Contents Chapter 1: Rediscovering “Society” - Beyond Markets and Countries - Rediscovery of the Social - The Economic and the Social: the Reformation of the Economy and Society Chapter 2: Is an Economy of Reciprocity and Cooperation Possible? - Economic Human and Social Human - The Economy of Reciprocity and Social Economy Chapter 3:..
Native Koreans’ Attitudes toward Immigrants in Ethnic Enclaves Author Hyomin Park (Assistant Professor, Dep. of Sociology. Seoul University) Seokho Kim (Professor, Dep. of Sociology, Seoul National University) Sanglim Lee (Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs) Source Korean Party Studies Review. No.15(2). 2016 (link) Abstract The objective of this research is to examine the attitude towards immigrants and migration policies among South Korean nativ..
Durable gender inequality in the growing low-wage service industry (2015) Author: Hyunji Kwon(Professor, Department of Sociology, SNU), Young-Mi Kim(Professor, Department of Sociology, Yonsei University), Heiwon Kwon(Professor, Department of Business Administration, Dongduk women's university) Source: Economy and Society. No. 107 (15) pp. 44-78. (Link) This study looks into recent labor market changes in the growing service economy, applying a gender perspective. Rath..
What Sewol Ferry Asks us: The Sociology of Disaster and Publicness Supported by the Institute for Social Development and Policy Research, Seoul National University Written by Dukjin Chang and others Contents 1. Questions Raised by the Sewol Ferry Disaster 2. Sinking of Sewol and the Sociology of Disaster 3. The Problem is Publicness 4. Disaster in the Age when “Us“ is Missing: The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster 5. Hurricane Katrina: Who Calls It a Natural Disaster?..
Social Quality of Korea: From Theory to Praxis The research project 'Social Development and Social Quality' was first initiated in 2008 by the Institute of Social Development and Policy Research funded by the National Research Foundation of Korea. The institute was assigned to be the core research lab by the foundation and was provided long-term funding spanning nine years. In the project, a consortium of European social scientists, who orig..
Survival, Survivalism, Young Generation from the Viewpoint of the Sociology of the Heart (2015) Author: Hong-Jung Kim (Professor, Department of Sociology, SNU) Source: Korean Journal of Sociology, 49(1), 179-212. In the 21st century, Korean society has witnessed an explosion of discourses regarding the younger generation, given names such as the Sampo Generation, Spoon Class Generation, and 880,000 Won Generation, where they are portrayed as seeking escape from individual struggles rather ..