Kyungja Jung
Kyungja Jung
Social Inquiry, Social Political Change Academic Group University of Technology Sydney
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The work of policy: An international survey
HK Colebatch
Lexington Books, 2006
Rhetoric versus reality for the women of North Korea: Mothers of the revolution
K Jung, B Dalton
Asian Survey 46 (5), 741-760, 2006
Practicing feminism in South Korea: The issue of sexual violence and the women's movement
K Jung
Hecate, 2003
Practicing feminism in South Korea: The women’s movement against sexual violence
K Jung
Routledge, 2013
Framing and dominant metaphors in the coverage of North Korea in the Australian media
B Dalton, K Jung, J Willis, M Bell
The Pacific Review 29 (4), 523-547, 2016
The development of women’s policy in South Korea
K Jung
The work of policy: An international survey, 109-32, 2006
The Politics of ‘Speaking Out’: NESB Women and the Discourse of Sexual Assault in Australia
K Jung
Asian Journal of Women's Studies 4 (3), 109-145, 1998
Factors influencing labour migration of Korean women into the entertainment and sex industry in Australia
H Jang, K Jung, BM Dalton
KSAA, 2009
The onward migration of North Korean refugees to Australia: in search of cosmopolitan habitus
K Jung
Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: an Interdisciplinary Journal, 2017
Fashion and the social construction of femininity in North Korea
B Dalton, K Jung, J Willis
Asian Studies Review 41 (4), 507-525, 2017
Constitution and maintenance of feminist practice: A comparative case study of sexual assault centres in Australia and Korea.
K Jung
From patriarchal socialism to grassroots capitalism: The role of female entrepreneurs in the transition of North Korea
K Jung, B Dalton, J Willis
Women's Studies International Forum 68, 19-27, 2018
The Humanitarian's Dilemma: The experience of international NGOs in North Korea
BM Dalton, K Jung
Biennial Korean Studies Association of Australasia Conference, 2009
Silence, mobility and ‘national values’: South Korean sex workers in Australia
J Ham, K Jung, H Jang
Sexualities 19 (4), 432-448, 2016
Feeding the dictator or making a difference? The experiences of international aid and development agencies in North Korea 1995-2005
BM Dalton, K Jung
The International Review of Korean Studies, 2009
Becoming cosmopolitan women while negotiating structurally limited choices: The case of Korean migrant sex workers in Australia
B Dalton, K Jung
Organization 26 (3), 355-370, 2019
‘My Business is All About Love and Care’: Korean Female Immigrant Entrepreneurship in Sydney
H Jang, K Jung
International Review of Korean Studies, 2017
When will the Arduous Journey end?: The experience of North Korean Temporal migrants in China and Australia
K Jung
International Review of Korean Studies, 2017
Femininity in North Korea
B Dalton, K Jung
East Asia Forum Quarterly, 2016
Broken global explorations: The lived experience of Korean women working in the entertainment and sex industries in Sydney
K Jung, H Jang, B Dalton
Asian Journal of Women's Studies 22 (3), 208-227, 2016
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