Political Science

 
Political Science
Dr. Haesook Chae
Associate Professor of Political Science
440-826-2454
hchae@bw.edu
Dr. Haesook Chae

Dr. Haesook Chae is a Fulbright Senior Research Scholar and President of the Association of Korean Political Studies. Her Fulbright research in South Korea investigated South Korean public opinion and resulted in the following publications: “South Korean Attitudes toward the ROK-U.S. Alliance: Group Analysis” in PS: Political Science & Politics, v43, issue 3, July 2010; Conservatives and Progressives in South Korea” in The Washington Quarterly 31, no 4, Autumn 2008.

 

Dr. Haesook Chae

Curriculum Vitae

Publications

“Marx on the Family and Class Consciousness” in Rethinking Marxism (forthcoming).

“South Korean Attitudes toward the ROK-U.S. Alliance: Group Analysis” in PS: Political Science & Politics, v43, issue 3, July 2010.

“Conservatives and Progressives in South Korea” with Steven Kim in The Washington Quarterly 31, no. 4, Autumn 2008.

“Not the South Korea we thought we knew” with Steven Kim in the Christian Science Monitor, August 13, 2007.

Understanding Anti-Americanism among South Korean College Students” in International Journal of Korean Studies v9n1, Spring/Summer 2005.

“China’s Little Korea Secret” in The Los Angeles Times 25 February 2003.

“Concept of ‘uri’ and politics in Korea” in The Korean Herald 21-22 December 2001.

Conference leadership and presentations

Discussant of a panel, “Korea, Japan, and Africa in the Midst of Conflict,” at the International Studies Association Annual Convention 2013 in San Francisco, April 3-6, 2013.

Chair of a panel, “Challenges and Opportunities for South Korea’s Political   Development,” at the International Studies Association Annual Convention 2012 in San Diego, April 1-4, 2012.


Discussant of a panel, “Challenges and Opportunities for South Korea’s Political   Development,” at the International Studies Association Annual Convention 2012 in San Diego, April 1-4, 2012.

Chair of a panel, “Challenges to South Korea’s Political and Economic Development,” at the International Studies Association Annual Convention 2011 in Montreal, Canada, March 16-19, 2011.

“What are Korean Attitudes toward the US-ROK Alliance?” at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association in New York, US. (February 2009)

“South Korean Attitudes toward the ROK-US Alliance: Group Analysis” at the annual meeting of the Ohio Association of Economists and Political Scientists in Akron, Ohio, US. (October 2008)

“South Koreans Attitudes toward the ROK-US Alliance: Group Analysis” at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association in Boston, US. (August 2008)

“Divided Public Opinion in South Korea: the Progressives and the Conservatives” with Steven Kim at the annual meeting of the Northeastern Political Science Association in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US. (November 2007)

“Conservatives and Progressives in South Korea” with Steven Kim at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association – West in San Francisco, US (September 2007)

Conservatives and Progressives in South Korea” with Steven Kim at the World Congress for Korean Studies 2007 in Busan, South Korea. (August, 2007)

“Democracy and Feminism” at the 9th International Interdisciplinary Women Congress in Seoul, South Korea.  (June, 2005)

“South Korea’s Anti-Americanism” at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association in Chicago, US.  (April, 2005)

“Anti-Americanism among South Korean College Students:  an Examination of the Nature and Cause of the Phenomenon” at the annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies in Chicago, US.  (April, 2005)

“Anti-Americanism among South Korean College Students:  an Examination of the Nature and Cause of the Phenomenon” at the annual meeting of the Western Political Science Association in Oakland, US.  (March, 2005)

“Understanding Anti-Americanism among South Korean College Students”  with BW students Tiffany Carwile and Scott Damberger at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association in Chicago, US.  (September, 2004)

“Democracy and Culture: the South Korean Case” at a Korean Conference at Baldwin-Wallace College in Ohio, US.  (March, 2004)    

“Understanding Anti-Americanism among college students in South Korea” at a
Korean Conference at Baldwin-Wallace College in Ohio, US.  (March, 2004)

“Politics and the Family:  Elshtain, Marx, and the Korean uri family” at the World Congress of the International Political Science Association in Durban, South Africa.  (July, 2003)

“Concept of uri and politics in Korea” at a Korean Conference at Baldwin-Wallace College in Ohio, US.  (November, 2001)

Grants and Awards

Baldwin-Wallace College Domestic Scholarly Presentation Grant, 2009

ISA-West Outstanding Faculty Paper Award, 2007

Fulbright Research Award, 2006

Baldwin-Wallace College Summer Grant, 2006

Baldwin-Wallace College Gigax Faculty Development Grant, 2005

The ASIANetwork Freeman Student-Faculty Fellowship Awards, 2003

Baldwin-Wallace College Summer Grant, 2003

Baldwin-Wallace College Gigax Faculty Development Grant, 2003.

Professional Activities

President of the Association of Korean Political Studies (AKPS) (2010-2013)  

Member of the Editorial Advisory Board, Korea Observer (2011)

Vice President of the Association of Korean Political Studies (AKPS) (2009-2010)

Executive-Secretary/Treasurer of the Association of Korean Political Studies (AKPS) (2007-2009)

Governing Board Member of the Association of Korean Political Studies (AKPS) (2007-2010)

Secretary of the Research Committee 19 (Gender Politics and Policy) of the International Political Science Association (2003-2006)


 

 

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