Nanum Jeon is a Ph.D. student of Sociology and M.S. student of Statistics at UCLA, specializing in social stratification, inequality, and social demography. Her research interests include (1) how disruptive events, such as job displacement, influence individuals, paying close attention to their labor market outcomes; (2) how social conditions, particularly cultural norms and the division of household labor, shapes gender ideology and inequality; and (3) causal inference, quantitative and computational methods.
- Ph.D, Sociology, UCLA, 2021 –
- M.S., Statistics, UCLA, 2021 –
- M.A., Sociology, UCLA, 2020.
- M.A., Public Policy, University of Tokyo, 2017.
- B.A., Sociology and Society & Justice (Scranton Honors Program), Ewha Womans University, 2015.
Fields of Study
Social Stratification and Inequality, Social Demography, Disruptive Events, Gender and Family Attitudes, Statistics and Quantitative Methodology
Awards & Grants
- Kawahara Fellowship for pre-dissertation research (2021, Summer)
- Kwanjung Educational Fellowship (2019 – )