Kim, Andrew Eungi
Ph.D., University of Toronto (1996)
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1996 Ph.D. Sociology University of Toronto
1988 M.A. Sociology University of Toronto
1987 B.A. Honors Sociology University of Alberta
Korean Studies (Religion, Culture, and Social History); Sociology of Religion; Sociology of Culture; Social Change; Comparative Sociology; Canadian Society
Contemporary Korean Society; Korean Culture
Social Change in Korea;Religion, Culture, and Society
Social Problems and Quality of Life
Seminar on Globalization and Global Issues
Globalization and Beyond: Culture, Society, and Political Economy
Andrew Eungi Kim and Joon-sik Choi (2015). Contemporary Korean Culture: The Persistence of Shamanistic and Confucian Values and Practices. Seoul: Korea University Press.
B. Selected Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Andrew Eungi Kim and Choong-Mook Lee (2014). Neoliberalism and Insecure Employment in Korea: Emergence of the Working Poor and Worsening Socio-economic Polarization. Korea Observer 45(2): 255-273.
Andrew Eungi Kim, Fitria Mayasari and Ingyu Oh (2013). When Tourist Audiences Encounter Each Other: Diverging Learning Behaviors of K-pop Fans from Japan and Indonesia. Korea Journal 53(4): 59-82.
Andrew Eungi Kim and Chung-joo Lee (2013). Pervasiveness of Price Fixing in Korea: An Analysis of Causal Factors in Comparison with the United States. Korea Observer 44(3): 443-466.
Andrew Eungi Kim and Miu Chung Yan (2013). Civic and Judicial Multiculturalism of Canada: A Critical Assessment of the Canadian Model of Diversity for South Korea. Korea Observer 44(1): 87-112.
Andrew Eungi Kim and Eun Gee Yun (2012). Financial Crisis: Focusing on the Causation of Corruption. Journal of the Corruption Studies Association of Korea 17(4): 239-254.
Andrew Eungi Kim (2011). South Korea. In Peter C. Phan (ed.), Christianities in Asia. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.
Andrew Eungi Kim and James S. Frideres (2010). A Multicultural Landscape and Multiculturalism of Canada: Implications for Korea. Korea Observer 41(4): 677-698.
Andrew Eungi Kim (2010). Christianity in Korea and Japan: A Historical-Sociological Study of Differential Cultural Reception and Social Impact from the 1880s to the 1940s. In Society, History, and the Global Human Condition edited by Zaheer Baber and Joseph M. Bryant. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Andrew Eungi Kim (2010). Problems and Implications of Korea’s Ageing Population. Panorama: Insights into Asian and European Affairs (Ageing and Politics: Consequences for Asia and Europe). Singapore: Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.
Andrew Eungi Kim (2010). Korean Multiculturalism: The Genealogy of the Concept, Shifting Meanings, Issues and Implications. Journal of Asiatic Studies 53(2): 102-129.
Andrew Eungi Kim and Mi Kyeong Jeong (2010). Technological Diffusion, Internet Use and Digital Divide in South Korea. Korea Observer 41(1): 31-52.
Andrew Eungi Kim, Gil-Soo Han and Joy J. Han (2009). Serving Two Masters: Korean Christianity and Money. International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 9(4): 333 –360.
Andrew Eungi Kim (2009). The Theory of Structuration and Multidimensional Theory: New Classics? Korean Journal of Sociology 43(3): 21-41.
Andrew Eungi Kim (2009). Global Migration and South Korea: Foreign Workers, Foreign Brides and the Making of a Multicultural Society. Ethnic and Racial Studies 32(1): 70-92.
Andrew Eungi Kim and John Lie (2008). South Korea in 2007: Scandals and Summits. Asian Survey 48(1): 116-123.
Andrew Eungi Kim and John Lie (2007). South Korea in 2006: North Korean Nuclear Standoff, FTA Talks, and Population Trends. Asian Survey 47(1): 52-57.
Andrew Eungi Kim (2006). Civic Activism and Korean Democracy: The Impact of Blacklisting Campaigns in the 2000 and 2004 General Elections. Pacific Review 19(4): 519-542.
Andrew Eungi Kim and Gil-Soo Han (2006). The Korean Christian Movement Towards Reunification of the Two Koreas: A Review in Retrospect. International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 6(3): 235-255.
Andrew Eungi Kim and Innwon Park (2006). Changing Trends of Work in South Korea: The Rapid Growth of Underemployment and Job Insecurity. Asian Survey 46(3): 437-456.
Andrew Eungi Kim (2005). Protestantism in Korea and Japan from the 1880s to the 1940s: A Comparative Study of Differential Cultural Reception and Social Impact. Korea Journal 45(4): 261-290.
Andrew Eungi Kim and Gil-Sung Park (2005). Changes in Attitude Toward Work and Workers’ Identity in Korea. Korea Journal 45(3): 36-57.
Andrew Eungi Kim (2005). Nation-Building and Korean Civil Religion: The Making Of National Community, Culture, and Identity. Acta Koreana 8(2): 117-137.
Andrew Eungi Kim (2005). Changes in the Perception of Work in Korea from the Late Nineteenth Century to the Late 1970s. Review of Korean Studies 8(1): 131-154.
Andrew Eungi Kim (2005). A Low Cultural Receptivity Toward Foreigners in Korea: The Case of Transnational Migrant Workers. Korea Observer 36(1): 1-20.
Andrew Eungi Kim (2005). Nonofficial Religion in South Korea: Prevalence of Fortunetelling and Other Forms of Divination. Review of Religious Research 46(3): 284-302.
Andrew Eungi Kim (2004). The Social Perils of the Korean Financial Crisis. Journal of Contemporary Asia 34(2): 221-237.
Andrew Eungi Kim (2003). Religious Influences on Personal and Societal Well-Being. Social Indicators Research 62, 63: 149-170.
Andrew Eungi Kim and Gil-Sung Park (2003). Nationalism, Confucianism, Work Ethic and Industrialization in South Korea. Journal of Contemporary Asia 33(1): 37-49.
Andrew Eungi Kim (2002). Characteristics of Religious Life in South Korea: A Sociological Survey. Review of Religious Research 43(4): 291-310.
Andrew Eungi Kim (2002). The Rise of Protestantism in Contemporary South Korea: Non-Religious Factors in Conversion. Review of Korean Studies 5(1): 11-29.
Andrew Eungi Kim (2001). Political Insecurity, Social Oppression, Religious Void and the Rise of Protestantism in Late Nineteenth Century Korea. Social History 26(3): 267-281.
Andrew Eungi Kim (2001). Citizens’ Coalition Movement and Consolidation of Democracy: 2000 General Elections in South Korea. Journal of East Asian Studies 1(2): 243-264.
Andrew Eungi Kim (2000). Korean Religious Culture and Its Affinity to Christianity: The Rise of Protestant Christianity in South Korea. Sociology of Religion 61(2): 117-133.
Andrew Eungi Kim (2000). Christianity, Shamanism, and Modernization in South Korea. Cross Currents 50(1-2): 112-119.
Andrew Eungi Kim (1996) Critical Theory and the Sociology of Religion: A Reassessment. Social Compass 43(2): 267-283.
Andrew Eungi Kim (1995). A History of Christianity in Korea: From Its Troubled Beginning to Its Contemporary Success. Korea Journal 35(2): 34-53.
Andrew Eungi Kim (1993). The Absence of Pan-Canadian Civil Religion: Plurality, Duality and Conflict in Symbols of Canadian Culture. Sociology of Religion 54(3): 257-275.