JUN Miyang 전미양
Seoul Foundation of Women & Family 서울시 여성가족재단
Research Fellow 박사
Miyang JUN is a Research Fellow working for Seoul Foundation of Women & Family. She has been awarded a PhD degree on lone mothers’ subjective well-being over the welfare to work transitions from the Department of Social Policy and Social Work, University of York. Her research interests include ‘family policy,’ ‘social security,’ and ‘qualitative research methods.’

Recent publications
M, Jun. (2018). Doing the right thing? UK lone mothers on benefits and their sense of entitlement to leisure. Critical Social Policy, Onlinefirst
M, Jun. & I, Jang. (2018). The Role of Social Capital in Shaping Policy Non-compliance for Chhaupadi Practice in Nepal. Asian Women, 34(3), 47-70.
P., Thomsen & M, Jun. (2018). Expanding Korea’s Development Paradigm? The Case for Closer Samoa-ROK Relations. Journal of Regional Studies and Development, 27, 173-214.
J, Park., MG, Chung., & M, Jun (2018). An Analysis of social capital and income: focusing on Nepal Tikapur Region. 아시아연구. 21(2) 87 - 112

Recent research projects
M, Jun and H. Lee. (2018). Work environment of care workers in public-run child-minding programme in Seoul Metropolitan Government: addressing the expanding strategies of public child-minding programme. Seoul Foundation of Women & Family
M, Jun and H. Lee. (2018). Developing a tight care delivery system for elementary school children: “our village, our Kium Centre” operating manual development. Seoul Foundation of Women & Family