SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
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Profile

  • Name: Park, Hye Jun
  • Position: Professor
  • Dept.: Child Development & Family Studies
  • Major: Early Childhood Special Education 

Education

  • Ed. D. Curriculum and Teaching(Early Childhood Special Education), Teachers College, Columbia University, 2003
  • M.A. Special Education, New York University, 1997
  • B.A. Ethics Education, Seoul National University, 1995 

Selected Publications

  • Kang, M, Park, H., Park, J. (2019). Teachers as good mothers, mothers as good teachers: Functional and ideological work–family alignment in the South Korean teaching profession." Gender, Work, and Organization, 1–19.
  • Lee, B., Park, H., Kwon, M., & Lee, J. (2019). A sound mind in a sound body?: The association of adolescents’ chronic illness with intrinsic life goals and the mediating role of self-esteem and peer relationship. Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies: An International Interdisciplinary Journal for Research, Policy and Care, 14(4), 338-350
  • Lee, B. & Park, H. (2018). Differences in infant development by trajectories of maternal perinatal depression: based on Malawi mothers and children, Early Child Development and Care. http://doi.org/10.1080/03004430.2018.1538978
  • Lee, B., Park, H., Han, G., & Jang, M. (2018). Not so depressed, but unhappy mothers: Korean mothers’ mental health and infant development, Early Child Development and Care. https://doi.org/10.1080/03004430.2019.1570925
  • Lee, S. Y., Park, H. J., & Chun, E. (2018). “My assets + their needs = my learning + their learning”: incorporating service learning into early childhood teacher education in South Korea. Asia Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, https://doi.org/10.1080/1359866X.2018.1452190
  • Lee, B., Park, H.J., Kim, S., Kim, B., & Kim, T. (2018). Developmental profiles of school-aged children using Korean child community centers and developmental environments as predictors. The Korean Journal of Human Development, 25(3), 153-180. http://dx.doi.org/10.15284/kjhd.2018.25.3.153
  • No, B. Park, S., Choi, N., & Park, H. J. (2018). Examining Developmental Trajectories and Predictors of Early Childhood Externalizing Behavioral Problems and School Adjustment: A Growth Mixture Modeling Approach. The Korean Journal of Early Childhood Special Education, 18(2), 1-27. http://dx.doi.org/10.21214/kecse.2018.18.2.1
  • Kim, J., Jeong, H., Park, H.J., & Yi, S-H. (2017). The Mediating Effects of Problem Solving and Peer Relationships in a Korean Child Center on School Life Adjustment Child Studies, 38(5), 19-32. DOI : http://doi.org/10.5723/kjcs.2017.38.5.19
  • Lee, Y-J. & Park, H. J. (2016). Becoming a parent of a child with special needs: Perspectives from Korean mothers living in the United States. International Journal of Disability, Development, and Education, DOI: 10.1080/1034912X.2016.1154139
  • Favre, B., & Park, H. J. (2016). Making sense of loss and belongingness: Korean transracial adoptees’ journey from Europe to Korea. Child Studies in Asia-Pacific Contexts, 6(1), 1-16.
  • No, B., Park, S., Yi, S-H., & Park, H. J. (2016). Trajectories of adolescents’ peer attachment and their predictors: A multiple group analysis according to gender. Studies on Korean Youth, 27(1), 149-177.
  • Lee, Y-J., Park, H. J., & Recchia, S. L. (2015). Embracing each other and growing together: Redefining the meaning of caregiving a child with disabilities. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 24: 3662–3675. DOI 10.1007/s10826-015-0175-x
  • Lee, S., Lee, K., Yi, S-H., Park, H. J., Hong, Y-J., & Cho, H. (2015). Effects of parental psychological control on child’s school life: Mobile phone dependency as mediator. Journal of Child and Family Studies, DOI 10.1007/s10826-015-0251-2
  • Park, H. J., & Chung, G. H. (2015). A multi-faceted model of changes and adaptation among Korean mothers of children with disabilities. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 24: 915– 929. DOI 10.1007/s10826-014-9902-y
  • No, B., Park, S., Yi, S-H., & Park, H. J. (2015). The structural relationship among trajectories of mothers’ parenting stress, children’s temperament and internalizing problems: Multiple group analysis according to employment status of mothers. The Korean Journal of Child Policy and Education. 9(1), 119-148.
  • Lee, M. H., Park, H. J., Noh, J., & Park, S. (2014). A Fundamental Study on Application of Quality Indicator in Early Childhood Education Programs Including Children with Special Needs. The Korean Journal of Early Childhood Special Education, 14(3,) 189-219.
  • Kim, Y, H., & Park, H. J. (2014). Effects of Parenting Stress on the Parents Quality of Life of Parents of Children with Down Syndrome: Focusing on the Mediating Effect of Parents’ Perceptions. The Korean Journal of Human Development, 21(2), 97-114.
  • Suh, H. S., & Park, H. J. (2014). Early childhood teachers’ and mothers’ perceptions of play during free choice activity time: Based-on video-cued in-depth interview. The Korean Journal of Caregiving Research, 9(2), 147-176.
  • Yun, S. Y., & Park, H. J. (2013). Interaction types among children with visual impairments according to the characteristics of classes and the teachers’ intervention: Cases of 3 kindergarten classes of schools for the Blind. The Korean Journal of Early Childhood Special Education, 13(1), 49-72.
  • Jung, J. H., & Park, H. J. (2013). The responsiveness of language impaired children with their mother in the play situation. The Korean Journal of Early Childhood Special Education, 13(4), 53-81.
  • Park, H. J., Han, G-H., Park, S., Chang, M-N., & Chun, E-J. (2013). 0-8 Children's Socio- Emotional Development and Mothers' Psychological States: Based on Boryung Baby Panel Data. Journal of Korean Home Management Association, 31(1), 11-27.
  • Park, H. J., Yi, S. H., Lee, K. Kim, B., & Park, S. R. (2012). Parenting values and practices among Muslim parents in Indonesia. Child Studies in Diverse Contexts, 2(2). 109-122.
  • Lee, B. & Park, H. J. (2012). Self-reported quality of life and physical, psychosocial health state in Korean school-age children: Focus on children with chronic diseases and emotional- behavioral problems. Korean Journal of Child Studies, 33(1). 1-21.
  • Lee, B. & Park, H. J. (2011). Self-reported quality of life in Korean school-age children. The Korean Journal of Developmental Psychology, 24(3). 129-152.
  • Soon, J.Y. & Park, H. J. (2011). Musicing: A study on the experiential meaning of music. Korean Journal of Research in Music Education, 40(2). 185-220.
  • Park, H. J. & Chung, G. H. (2010). My child has raised me: Narratives of family and parenting among mothers of children with disabilities. Family and Culture, 22(3), 1-30.
  • Park, H. J. (2010). Rethinking the meaning of inclusion: Education for all and the Universal Design for Learning. The Journal of Inclusive Education, 5(2). 103-128.
  • Park, S. R. & Park, H. J. (2010). An analysis of the cognitive processes of 5-year-old children: A focus on a performance of cognitive assessment system based on gender, monthly age, and tendencies toward hyperactivity. Korean Journal of Child Studies, 31(4). 139-157.
  • Yi, G. O., Han, S. H., & Park, H. J. (2010). Changes and growth among families of children with disabilities: Based on child-reading experiences of mothers and fathers. Journal of Emotional & Behavioral Disorders, 26(4). 137-163.
  • Seo, J.S. & Park, H. J. (2009). Effects of perceived openness of parent-child communication and perception about disabilities on self-esteem of adolescents with siblings with special needs. Korean Journal of Special Education, 44(3). 110-130.
  • Choi, N. Y. Woo, H. K., Jung, H. S. Park, H. J., & Yi, S. H. (2009). Mothers’ parenting stress in multicultural families. Korean Home Economics Journal, 27(2). 255-268.
  • Park, H. J. (2008). Adjustment of children of migrant workers in the process of family separation and reunion. Family and Culture, 20(1), 99-129.  

Grants

  • 2018 Principal Investigator/ Planning for After-school Care System for Elementary School Children in Seoul, granted by Seoul City Government 60,000,000 KRW
  • 2017 Principal Investigator/ Investgating current status and suggesting better caregiving policies and services for young children in Seoul, granted by Seoul Healthy Family Support Center 19,000,000 KRW
  • 2017 Principal Investigator/ Developing Training Manual for Public Childcare Service Providers for Infants and Young Children, granted by Korea National Center for Supporting Healthy Family 19,000,000 KRW
  • 2015-present Co-researcher/ Family-School Partnership Policy Research for Supporting Personality Development for Children and Adolescents & Restoring Family Functioning for Childrearing and Education, granted by Ministry of Education 321,400,000 KRW
  • 2014-2015 Co-researcher/ Family-School Partnership Policy Research for Supporting Personality Development for Children and Adolescents & Restoring Family Functioning for Childrearing and Education, granted by Ministry of Education 255,000,000 KRW
  • 2015 Co-developer/ Development of Teacher’s Manual for Adapted NURI Curriculum for Young Children with Special Needs (4-Year-Old-Curriculum), granted by Ministry of Education 50,000,000 KRW 

Professional Presentations

  • Lee, Y-J. & Park, H. J. (2018, October). Don’t judge a book by its cover: Understanding complex experiences of visible vs. invisible disabilities. Reconsceptualizing Early Child Education, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Lee, Y-J., Park, H. J., & Park, H. S. (2015, October). Rethinking the impact of culture on constructing identity as a mother: Narratives of Korean mothers of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Reconsceptualizing Early Child Education, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Park, H. J., Lee, Y-J., Recchia, S. L., Lee, S-Y., Shin, M., & Jung, J (2015, April). Learning to live with ambiguity: Rethinking ambiguous loss and emotional boundary for mothers of children with disabilities. American Educational Research Association. Chicago, USA.
  • Park, H. J. (2015). Being in-between: Child rearing experiences of Japanese mothers in Korean- Japanese multicultural families.
  • Park, H. J., Lee, Y-J., & Recchia, S. L. (2014, April). Embracing each other and growing together: Redefining the meaning of caregiving experience of a child with disabilities. World Association for Infant Mental Health. Edinburgh, UK.
  • Lee, B. & Park, H. J. (2013, April). Not so depressed, but not so happy mothers: Mothers’ psychological states and infant development. Society for Research in Child Development. Seattle, USA.
  • Chun, E. Park, H. J. & Lee, S. Y. (2012, April). Looking through service learning lens: An evaluation of service-embedded courses in Korean universities. American Educational Research Association. Vancouver, Canada.
  • Park, H. J. (2011, October). Engaging dialogue with young children: Toward multicultural education as everyday practice. International Symposium: New Trend of Child Educare in Multicultural Society. Multicultural Human Ecology Center. Seoul National University, Korea.
  • Park, H. J. Yi, S. H., & Lee, K. Y. (2011). Getting to know about raising children as Muslim in Indonesia. International Symposium of Multicultural Human Ecology Center: Life Culture of Muslim Families. Seoul National University. Korea.  

Service to Community

  • 2015 - 2019 Consultant/ Mother-Child Health Improvement Project in Malawi, funded by Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA)  Project involved: Parenting education for Malawian caregivers through community-based group education & home-visits emphasizing parent-child interactions and book readings Specific task: Creating parenting education manuals & children’s story books based on Malawian folktales 

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