Penn Today reports on a Perry World House lecture with former South Korean Prime Minister Chung Sye Kyun, moderated by PSC/PARC Research Associate Hyunjoon Park. The lecture focused on South Korea's successful response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hyunjoon Park's (PSC/PARC Research Associate) Demographic Research paper, "Diverging Gaps in Childcare Time by Parental Education in South Korea," was selected by the editorial board as one of the best papers in Volume 44 and will be included in the Editor's Choice collection.
New paper co-authored by Hyunjoon Park ( PSC/PARC Research Associate) titled "Trends and educational variation in the association between spouses’ marital histories in South Korea, 1993–2017" was published in Demographic Research. Read more in the announcement on the Penn Sociology website here.
Hyunjoon Park ( PSC/PARC Research Associate) has co-authored research on homeownership amongst US baby boomers titled "US baby boomers’ homeownership trajectories across the life course: A Sequence Analysis approach" published in Demographic Research.
New research co-authored by PSC/PARC Research Associate Hyunjoon Park on diversity in selective NY schools titled "The Academic Success of East Asian American Youth: The Role of Shadow Education" was cited in a NY Daily News article. Read more at the Penn Sociology website and NY Daily news.
A recent paper by Hyunjoon Park, Jere Berhman and Jaesung Choi has been highlighted in the Huffington Post article "Do Boys Face More Sexism Than Girls?"