"Swiping" In South Korea: Tinder and Generation MZ's Attitudes and Strategies About Dating and Sex (HYBRID)

Discipline : Society
Speaker(s) : Seung-kyung Kim (Korea Foundation Professor, Indiana University Bloomington)
Language : English

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About the Speaker:

Seung-kyung Kim is Korea Foundation Chair in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, and Founding Director of the Institute for Korean Studies, at Indiana University-Bloomington. She is a cultural anthropologist by training, and her research interests include gender and labor politics, the participation of women in social movements, and feminist theories of social change.

Kim is the author of Class Struggle or Family Struggle? Lives of Women Factory Workers in South Korea (1997, Cambridge University Press) and The Korean Women's Movement and the State: Bargaining for Change (2014, Routledge Publisher); and co-editor of Peace Corps Volunteers and the Making of Korean Studies in the U.S. (2020, University of Washington Press), Feminist Theory Reader: Local and Global Perspectives (2020, 5th edition, Routledge Publisher), Productive Encounters: Kinship, Gender, and Family Laws in East Asia, positions: asia critique (2021), and Time Divide, Gender Divide: Gender, Work, and Family in South Korea, Journal of Korean Studies (2023).

Kim is currently working on a book project, Getting Married in Korea?: Gender, Class, and Sexuality.

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