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Hyang-Jin Jung has conducted research about the psychocultural foundation of the North Korean statehood and society; individualization and globalization in South Korean education; self and authenticity in a postmodern American community.
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families/childhood/education, culture/cognition, emotion/affect, embodiment/mind-body
Korea
Korea, Republic of
East Asia
Department of Anthropology, Seoul National University
emotion and self, socialization of personhood, cultural psychodynamics, education, performance, North Korea, South Korea

2013 Jucheism as an Apotheosis of the Family: The Case of the Arirang Festival. Journal of Korean Religions 4(2): 93-122.
2013 Do They Mean What They Act? Surveillance, Theatricality, and Mind-Heart among North Koreans. Acta Koreana 16(1): 87-111.
2011 Why Be Authentic? Psychocultural Underpinnings of Authenticity among Baby Boomers in the United States. Ethos 39(3): 279-299.
2007 Learning to Be an Individual: Emotion and Person in an American Junior High School. New York: Peter Lang.