Research

Family Structure and Social Change

 

Chang, Paul Y. [book in progress] Reinventing Family: The Rise of Non-Normative Households in South Korea.

 

Chang, Paul Y., Jihye Oh, and Young-Mi Kim. [in progress] “Gendered Pathways to Singlehood in South Korea.”

 

Chang, Paul Y., Eun Se Baik, and Harris H. Kim. [in progress] “Intermarriage, Assimilation Theory, and the Acculturation of Global Marriage Migrants in South Korea.”

 

Chang, Paul Y., ChangHwan Kim, and Harris H. Kim. [in progress] “The Impact of Immigrant Influx on Subjective Social Status: The Case of South Korea.”

 

Chang, Paul Y. 2020. “The Evolution of the Korean Family: Historical Foundations and Present Realities.” Pp. 19-40 in Korean Families Yesterday and Today, edited by Hyunjoon Park and Hyeyoung Woo. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

 

Kim, Harris H. and Paul Y. Chang. 2018. “The Impact of Delinquent Friendship Networks and Neighborhood Quality on Adolescent Suicidal Ideation in South Korea.” Social Forces 97(1): 347-376.

 

Suh, Chan S., Paul Y. Chang, and Yi Sook Lim. 2012. “Spill-Up and Spill-Over of Trust: An Extended Test of Cultural and Institutional Theories of Trust in South Korea.” Sociological Forum 27(2): 504-526.

 

Park, Jung-Sun and Paul Y. Chang. 2005. “Contention in the Construction of a Global Korean Community: The Case of the Overseas Korean Act.” Journal of Korean Studies 10(1): 1-27.

 

 

Social Movements and Political Change

 

Chang, Paul Y. and Jimin Yoon. [in progress] “Homophily in Protest Event Affiliations: The Case of South Korea’s Democracy Movement.”

 

Chang, Paul Y. and Kangsan Lee. 2021. “The Structure of Protest Cycles: Inspiration and Bridging in South Korea’s Democracy Movement.” Social Forces.

 

Suh, Chan S., Ion Bogdan Vasi, and Paul Y. Chang. 2017. “How Social Media Matter: Repression and the Diffusion of the Occupy Wall Street Movement.” Social Science Research 65: 282-293.

 

Cho, Joan E. and Paul Y. Chang. 2017. “The Socioeconomic Foundations of South Korea’s Democracy Movement.” Pp. 63-75 in The Routledge Handbook of Korean Culture and Society: A Global Approach, edited by Youna Kim. London: Routledge.

 

Chang, Paul Y. 2015. Protest Dialectics: State Repression and South Korea’s Democracy Movement, 1970-1979. Stanford: Stanford University Press.


Chang, Paul Y. and Andrea Kim Cavicchi. 2015. “Claiming Rights: Organizational and Discursive Strategies of the Korean Adoptee and Unwed Mothers Movement.” Korea Observer 46(1): 145-180.

 

Kim, Sookyung, Paul Y. Chang, and Gi-Wook Shin. 2013. “Past Activism, Party Pressure, and Ideology: Explaining the Vote to Deploy Korean Troops to Iraq.” Mobilization 18(3): 243-266.

 

Chang, Paul Y. and Alex S. Vitale. 2013. “Repressive Coverage in an Authoritarian Context: Threat, Weakness, and Legitimacy in South Korea’s Democracy Movement.” Mobilization 18(1): 19-39.

 

Shin, Gi-Wook and Paul Y. Chang (editors). 2011. South Korean Social Movements: From Democracy to Civil Society. London and New York: Routledge.

 

Chang, Paul Y. and Gi-Wook Shin. 2011. “Democratization and the Evolution of Social Movements in Korea: Institutionalization and Diffusion.” Pp. 3-18 in South Korean Social Movements: From Democracy to Civil Society, edited by Gi-Wook Shin and Paul Y. Chang. London and New York: Routledge.

 

Shin, Gi-Wook, Paul Y. Chang, Jung-eun Lee and Sookyung Kim. 2011. “The Korean Democracy Movement: an Empirical Overview.” Pp. 21-40 in South Korean Social Movements: From Democracy to Civil Society, edited by Gi-Wook Shin and Paul Y. Chang. London and New York: Routledge.

 

Kim, Sookyung and Paul Y. Chang. 2011. “The Entry of Past Activists into the National Assembly and South Korea’s Participation in the Iraq War.” Pp. 117-134 in South Korean Social Movements: From Democracy to Civil Society, edited by Gi-Wook Shin and Paul Y. Chang. London and New York: Routledge.

 

Chang, Paul Y. 2008. “Unintended Consequences of Repression: Alliance Formation in South Korea’s Democracy Movement (1970-1979).” Social Forces 87(2): 651-677.

 

Chang, Paul Y. and Byung-Soo Kim. 2007. “Differential Impact of Repression on Social Movements: Christian Organizations and Liberation Theology in South Korea (1972-1979).” Sociological Inquiry 77(3): 326-355.

 

Chang, Paul Y. 2006. “Carrying the Torch in the Darkest Hours: the Socio-Political Origins of Minjung Protestant Movements.” Pp. 195-220 in Christianity in Korea, edited by Robert Buswell Jr. and Timothy S.Lee. University of Hawai’i Press.

 

Shin, Gi-Wook and Paul Y. Chang. 2004. “The Politics of Nationalism in US-Korea Relations.” Asian Perspectives 28(4): 119-145. 

 

 

Religion

 

Chang, Paul Y. and Dale J. Lim. 2009. “Renegotiating the Sacred-Secular Binary: IX Saves and Contemporary Christian Music.” Review of Religious Research 50(4): 392-412.