I'm a sociologist and ethnographer who studies and teaches gender, family, and migration. Much of my work examines intersectional impacts of gender and class on parenting/parenthood, family arrangements, work and occupations, and migration strategies of Asian women across class lines and citizenships.
Curriculum Vitae (Selected)
University of Massachusetts Amherst | Doctoral Degree, Sociology
*Dissertation committee: Naomi Gerstel, Joya Misra, Millie Thayer, Miliann Kang
Yonsei University (South Korea) | Master's Degree, Sociology
Yonsei University (South Korea) | Bachelor's Degree, Communication & Sociology (Double-major)
Miliann Kang, Hye Jun Park, Juyeon Park. "Teachers as Good Mothers, Mothers as Good Teachers: Functional and Ideological Work-Family Alignment in the South Korean Teaching Profession." Gender, Work & Organization 27(3): 395-413.
Juyeon Park. "In the Name of Immigrant Mother: Gendered Mobilization of Immigrant Women in South Korea." Asian Journal of Women's Studies 25(4): 515-536.
Juyeon Park. "Public Fathering, Private Mothering: Gendered Transnational Parenting and Class Reproduction among Elite Korean Students." Gender & Society 32(4): 563-586.
Gender & Society | University of Massachusetts Amherst
Race, Gender, Class, Ethnicity | University of Massachusetts Amherst
Social Problems | University of Massachusetts Amherst
Connecting Self & Society | University of Massachusetts Amherst
*Download the full version of the latest C.V. (September 2020).
University of Massachusetts Amherst | Advanced Graduate Certificate in Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies