INQ is a group of undergraduates and graduate students, aiming to understand the inequality issue in Korea. We read and discuss recent researches that approach inequality from multiple angles. In this page, we would like to introduce the articles we’ve read, and share ideas.

Childcare and Household Labor in South Korea
Recent Studies

Childcare and Household Labor in South Korea

South Korea’s fertility rate is expected to hit a record breaking 0.96 births per woman this year. This is due...
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Changing Gender Role Attitudes and Women’s Lives in Korea
Recent Studies

Changing Gender Role Attitudes and Women’s Lives in Korea

Women’s Economic Activities and the Gender Role Attitudes in Conjugal Relationships Mun, Ji-Sun. 2017. Korean Journal of Sociology 51(2): 191-232....
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Why Are Short-Hours Part-Time Workers Increasing?
Recent Studies

Why Are Short-Hours Part-Time Workers Increasing?

The Short-Hours Part-Time Jobs in Korea Moon, Ji-Sun and Young-Mi Kim. 2017. Korean Journal of Labor Studies 23(1): 129-164.  This article...
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In Which Organization Is Inequality Increased?
Recent Studies

In Which Organization Is Inequality Increased?

Seniority Based Pay System and the Relational Basis of Workplace Inequality Kwon, Hyunji and Ham, Sunyu. 2017. Korean Journal of Labor Studies 23(2): 1-45. This...
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