Who Thinks and Behaves According to Human Rights?: Evidence from the Korean National Human Rights Survey

Researchers: Jeong-Woo Koo, Byeong-Eun Cheong, Francisco O. Ramirez Abstract: The sociology of human rights has focused on the worldwide diffu- sion of human rights and analyzed the factors associated with this global social change and its impacts on nation-states. Yet, the way a world of human rights affects individuals has largely remained understudied. In an effort to…

Who Thinks and Behaves According to Human Rights?: Evidence from the Korean National Human Rights Survey

Researchers: Jeong-Woo Koo, Byeong-Eun Cheong, Francisco O. Ramirez Abstract: The sociology of human rights has focused on the worldwide diffu- sion of human rights and analyzed the factors associated with this global social change and its impacts on nation-states. Yet, the way a world of human rights affects individuals has largely remained understudied. In an effort to…

Working Overtime in East Asia: Convergence or Divergence?

Researchers: Ming-Chang Tsai (Academia Sinica, Taiwan) Michio Nitta (Kokushikan University, Japan) Sang-Wook Kim (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea) Wei-Dong Wang (Renmin University, China) Abstract: Working long hours has been a routinized part of life in East Asia. The different patterns of overtime across this region are understudied, however. This study represents a first systematic attempt to anatomize…