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Sun-Jae Hwang is a PhD candidate in Sociology, a trainee in Population Studies Center, and a Korea Foundation Fellow of the Center for Korean Studies at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. His primary research focuses on various aspects of social stratification and inequality (e.g. the role of education, income, and wealth in one's life course), utilizing demographic techniques and quantitative methods. He is currently working on his dissertation entitled "Socioeconomic Polarization and Personal Well-being under Neoliberal Restructuring: Implications of South Korea since the 1997-8 Asian Financial Crisis" that examines the disproportionate impact of economic crisis in the construction and destruction of social stratification system in the context of globalization and development.
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