Yujin Julia Jung

Julia Jung
Comparative Politics
International Relations
Education: 

Ph.D. Student in Political Science (Comparative Politics, International Relations), University of Missouri, Fall 2019 - present.

Participant at the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, University of Michigan, 2021; Summer Institute in Computational Social Science, Rutgers The State University of New Jersey, 2020.

M.A. in International Politics, B.A. in Policy Studies (Summa Cum Laude), Hanyang University, Korea, August 2018, 2016.

Research: 

Comparative Political Behavior; Democracy; East Asia Politics; Text Analysis; Machine Learning

Papers and Presentations: 

Selected Conference and Paper: 

“Democracy Level and Conflict Management: The Effect of Regime Type on the Outcome of Civil War Mediation" (with Yu Bin Kim), paper presented at the ISA Midwest Annual Conference, November 20, 2020

"Nuclear Populism: Why North Korea Will Not Forgo its Nuclear Power," poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association (APSA), Washington D.C., August 31, 2019

Current Project: 

"State Governor's Crisis Communication Strategy during COVID-19: A Computation Analysis of Governor's Tweets across 50 States" (with Meril Antony, Hanjin Mao, Marian Wilson)

"Presidential Rhetoric in Social Media and Anti-Minority Sentiment" (with Jonathan Krieckhaus)

"Democracy Level and Conflict Management: The Effect of Regime Type on the Outcome of Civil War Mediation" (with Yu Bin Kim) 

"A Comparative Analysis of the Onset of Campaign Debates in the Electoral Process"