About Hyungjun Suh
Hyungjun is a Ph.D. candidate in sociology. He received a B.A (2008) and an M.A. (2013) in Sociology from Seoul National University, South Korea. His research interests range from antecedents and consequences of housing status, housing regime, wealth, stratification/inequality, institutional/non-institutional political participation, social capital, interpersonal trust, to quantitative methods (multilevel modeling, structural equation modeling, quasi-experimental methods etc.)
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Zavisca, Jane, Hyungjun Suh, and Theodore Gerber. “Housing Status as a Multi-Dimensional Construct: A Test in Post-Soviet Contexts” (under review).
Suh, Hyungjun. “Do Housing Regimes Moderate the Homeownership Effect on Political Support?: A Multilevel Approach.”
Suh, Hyungjun. “Does Higher Housing Status Undermine Attitudinal Collectivism?: A Longitudinal Approach.”
Suh, Hyungjun. “Parental Financial Aid and Housing Property Rights: A Case Study of Newlyweds in 2014 South Korea.”
Suh, Hyungjun, Jane Zavisca and Theodore Gerber. “Does Homeownership Promote Social Capital? A Test of Causal Mechanisms in Russia.”
Suh, Hyungjun, “Housing Status Inconsistency and its Psychological Consequences in Contemporary Russia.”
Suh, Hyungjun. “Neighborhood Disorder, Sense of Powerlessness and Political Participation.”
Suh, Hyungjun, Terrence D. Hill, and Harold G. Koenig. 2018. "Religious Attendance and Biological Risk: A National Longitudinal Study of Older Adults." Journal of Religion and Health (Online First).
Suh, Hyungjun and Heidi Reynolds-Stenson. 2018. “A Contingent Effect of Trust?: Interpersonal Trust and Social Movement Participation in Political Context.” Social Science Quarterly. 99(4). Pp. 1484-1495.
Yee, Jaeyeol , Byeonghee Cho, Dukjin Chang, Myoungsoon You, Myungsook Woo, Hyungjun Suh. 2014. “Social Integration: Concept, Measure and International Comparison.” (written in Korean) Korean Journal of Social Policy, 21(2): 113-149.
Suh, Hyungjun, Jaeyeol Yee, Dukjin Chang. 2013. “Type of Trust and Political Participation in Five Countries: Results of Social Quality Survey.” Development and Society, 42(1).
Master's Thesis. "Correlation between Social Capital and Political Participation: Considering National Economic, Political