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Monday, February 11, 2013

Joong-Hwan Oh, Ph.D.

Joong-Hwan Oh is Associate Professor of Sociology Department and was the Director of Social Research at Hunter College up until 2008. He received his B.A. in Sociology from Pusan National University (South Korea) and his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of South Carolina in Sociology.

Selected Publications
  • Oh, Joong-Hwan. 2011. Acculturation and Work Values: Korean Immigrant Women in the Nail Care Occupation. Development and Society, Vol. 40(2):261-288
  • Oh, Joong-Hwan, Sung-Chul Lee, and Byung-Soo Kim. 2011. The Impact of International Migration on Unemployment Rates in Urban America: Testing Different Theoretical Approaches. Journal of International and Area Studies, Vol. 18(1):49-64
  • Kim, Hyun-Sook, Heejae Kim, and Joong-Hwan Oh. 2011. The Determinants of Marital Quality among Married Immigrant Women: The Importance of Life Stress and Social Support, Korean Journal of Population Studies, Vol. 34(1):27-51 (In Korean)
  • Kim, Hyun-Sook, Heejae Kim, and Joong-Hwan Oh. 2010. Social Support and Marital Quality among Ethnic Asian Women in South Korea, Family and Culture, Vol. 22(3):97-127 (In Korean)
  • Oh, Joong-Hwan, and Byung-Soo Kim. 2010. Rethinking the Fundamental Sources of Racial Poverty in the Contemporary American Metropolitan Areas, Population and Society, Vol. 6(1):1-29
  • Oh, Joong-Hwan, and Byung-Soo Kim. 2009. Immigration, Race, and Labor Market Structures in American Metropolitan Areas in Korean Social Science Journal, Vol. 34(2):139-166
  • Oh, Joong-Hwan, and Sangmoon Kim. 2009. Aging, Neighborhood Attachment, and Fear of Crime: Testing Reciprocal Effects in Journal of Community Psychology, Vol. 31(1):21-40.
  • Oh, Joong-Hwan. 2008. The Quest to Understand Self-Employment in American Metropolitan Areas in Urban Studies, Vol. 45:1769-1790.
  • Oh, Joong-Hwan. 2007. Economic Incentive, Embeddedness, and Social Support: A Study of Korean-owned Nail Salon Workers’ Rotating Credit Associations in International Migration Review, Vol. 41(3):623-655.
  • Oh, Joong-Hwan. 2006. Immigration and Crime in New York City:An Exploratory Study of Caribbean Immigrants (pp.427-442), in Urban Problems and Shared Solutions: New York City and Rome, Italy, edited by Victor Goldsmith and Eugenio Sonnino.
  • Oh, Joong-Hwan. 2005. Social Disorganizations and Crime Rates in U.S. Central Cities: Toward an Explanation of Urban Economic Change, Social Science Journal, Vol. 42:569-82.
  • Oh, Joong-Hwan. 2005. A Dynamic Approach to Population Change in Central Cities and Their Suburbs, 1980-1990: Crime, Employment, and Spatial Proximity,American Journal of Economics and Sociology, Vol. 64(2):663-81.
  • Oh, Joong-Hwan. 2004. Race/Ethnicity, Homeownership, and Neighborhood Attachment, Race & Society, Vol. 7(2):63-77.
  • Oh, Joong-Hwan. 2003. Assessing the Social Bonds of Elderly Neighbors: The Role of Length of Residence, Crime Victimization, and Perceived Disorder,Sociological Inquiry, Vol. 73(4): 490-510.
  • Oh, Joong-Hwan. 2003. Social Bonds and the Mobility Intentions of Elderly Urban Residents: The Mediating Effect of Residential Satisfaction, Population Research & Policy Review. Vol. 22(2): 127-146.
  • Oh, Joong-Hwan, and Ken Shin. 2003. Inequalities in Nonfatal Work Injury: The Significance of Race, Human Capital, and Occupations, Social Science and Medicine, Vol. 57(11): 2173-2182.
  • Shin, Ken, and Joong-Hwan Oh. 2002. Changing Patterns of Social Networks in Composer-Singer Relationships: The Case of Popular Music Industry in Korea, 1927-1997, East Asia: An International Quarterly, Volume 20 (1): 24-53.

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