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Jong Hyun Jung
Jong Hyun Jung
Assistant Professor of Sociology at Sungkyunkwan University
Verified email at skku.edu
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Social isolation and psychological distress during the COVID-19 pandemic: A cross-national analysis
HH Kim, JH Jung
The Gerontologist 61 (1), 103-113, 2021
1882021
Religious attendance, stress, and happiness in South Korea: Do gender and religious affiliation matter?
JH Jung
Social Indicators Research 118, 1125-1145, 2014
792014
Islamophobia? Religion, contact with Muslims, and the respect for Islam
JH Jung
Review of religious research 54, 113-126, 2012
762012
“Practical divine influence”: Socioeconomic status and belief in the prosperity gospel
S Schieman, JH Jung
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 51 (4), 738-756, 2012
702012
Role of perceived maternal favoritism and disfavoritism in adult children’s psychological well-being
JJ Suitor, M Gilligan, S Peng, JH Jung, K Pillemer
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2017
442017
Sense of divine involvement and sense of meaning in life: Religious tradition as a contingency
JH Jung
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 54 (1), 119-133, 2015
442015
Childhood Adversity, Religion, and Change in Adult Mental Health
JH Jung
Research on Aging 40 (2), 155-179, 2018
362018
Where Does Religion Matter Most? Personal Religiosity and the Acceptability of Wife‐beating in Cross‐National Perspective
JH Jung, DVA Olson
Sociological inquiry 87 (4), 608-633, 2017
252017
A Cross-National Analysis of Religion and Attitudes toward Premarital Sex: Do Economic Contexts Matter?
JH Jung
Sociological Perspectives 59 (4), 798-817, 2016
252016
Religion, Stress, and Suicide Acceptability in South Korea
JH Jung, DVA Olson
Social Forces 92 (3), 1039-1059, 2014
242014
Attachment to God and Death Anxiety in Later Life: Does Race Matter?
JH Jung
Research on aging 40 (10), 956-977, 2018
202018
Country-level Differences in the Effects of Financial Hardship on Life Satisfaction: The Role of Religious Context and Age-contingent Buffering
JH Jung
Society and Mental Health 8 (2), 123-140, 2018
202018
Sacred Canopies or Religious Markets? The Effect of County‐Level Religious Diversity on Later Changes in Religious Involvement
D Olson, J Marshall, JH Jung, D Voas
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 59 (2), 227-246, 2020
192020
Explaining the Cross-National Variation in the Relationship between Religious Organization Membership and Civic Organization Participation
Y Lu, JH Jung, S Bauldry
Social Science Research 83, 102310, 2019
162019
Belief in Supernatural Evil and Mental Health: Do Secure Attachment to God and Gender Matter?
JH Jung
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 59 (1), 141-160, 2020
152020
The pain and gain of religious/spiritual struggles: a longitudinal study of South African adults
JH Jung, KI Pargament, S Joynt, JH De Kock, RG Cowden
Mental Health, Religion & Culture 25 (3), 305-319, 2022
102022
Discovering grace at the table? Prayers at mealtime, marital status, and life satisfaction in later life
JH Jung, CG Ellison
Research on Aging 44 (1), 44-53, 2022
102022
Ageism, religiosity, and wellbeing among older adults: evidence from the European Social Survey (ESS4)
HH Kim, JH Jung
Research on Aging 43 (5-6), 214-226, 2021
102021
Perceived Distributive Unfairness and Mental Health: The Gender-contingent Buffering Effects of Religion
JH Jung
Society and Mental Health 11 (3), 236-250, 2021
82021
Religion and the Sense of Control in Cross-national Perspective The Importance of Religious Context
JH Jung
Social Currents 6 (1), 67-87, 2019
82019
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