キム イルジュ (キム イルジュ)

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国際学術院 大学院アジア太平洋研究科

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  • McGill University   Ph.D. in Sociology

 

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  • Migration and citizenship; Professional transnational mobility; Immigrant labor market participation; Comparative research

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  • Beyond political citizenship: marriage migrant women’s voting practices in South Korea

    Ilju Kim, Zoua M. Vang

    Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies     1 - 19  2021年08月  [査読有り]

    担当区分:筆頭著者

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  • Dual citizenship as claims-making: the case of marriage migrants in South Korea

    Ilju Kim

    Citizenship Studies   25 ( 3 ) 371 - 388  2021年04月

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  • Paths to Civic Engagement: Opportunity Structures and Marriage Immigrants’ Associational Lives in South Korea

    Ilju Kim, Minjeong Kim

    Journal of Asian Sociology   50 ( 1 ) 247 - 272  2021年03月  [査読有り]

    担当区分:筆頭著者

  • Contending with neo-classical patriarchal bargain: Filipina marriage migrants' negotiations for naturalization in South Korea

    Ilju Kim, Zoua M. Vang

    CITIZENSHIP STUDIES   24 ( 2 ) 209 - 227  2020年02月  [査読有り]

    担当区分:筆頭著者

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    This study examines naturalization choices and processes among Filipina marriage migrants in South Korea. Drawing on interviews with 89 Filipina marriage migrants and nine of their spouses, we show how naturalization can become a site of bargaining where female marriage migrants strategize to maximize security and optimize their life options within a patriarchal host society. Citizenship is, for most marriage migrants, informally tied to their fulfillment of gendered expectations as wives, mothers and daughters-in-laws. As such, Filipina marriage migrants' political incorporation cannot be separated from their gendered performance in the family. We also examine how personal resources such as education and employment prospects influence migrants' bargaining potential. By focusing on the different social positions of and resources available to female marriage migrants, we show the complex ways in which both gender and human capital influences marriage migrants' legal and substantive citizenship.

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  • Diverging Paths:Work and Associational Lives of Filipina Marriage Migrants in South Korea

    Ilju Kim

    Social Theory and Dynamics   2   76 - 93  2018年02月  [査読有り]

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  • Voting Practices of Marriage Immigrants in South Korea

    2019年  

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    This study examinedthe voting practices of marriage immigrant women in South Korea. Drawing onin-depth interviews with Filipina and Vietnamese women, I show how marriageimmigrants’ voting becomes a site of bargaining and political empowerment, whereinwomen negotiate their legitimate belonging within a patriarchal host society. Seenas a family affair, voting decisions are the result of women’s constantnegotiation over time of the norms and expectations of the gender and ethnichierarchies that they face within the family and community. I challenge the useof voting in immigration scholarship as the primary indicator of immigrants’understanding and internalization of the host country’s political system.Instead, the present study highlights the need to examine the context in whichimmigrants’ political citizenship is realized and the meanings immigrants giveto the practice of voting.

 

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