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Journal Articles


Song, J., Gustaffson, R., Choi, D. and Shin, W. "South Korea and Australia: 60 years of diplomatic history, 110 years of human stories," Melbourne Asia Review 8.


Pan, Q., Song, J., Gustafsson, R. & Maree, C. "Sexual citizenship and Asian immigrants in Australia," Citizenship Studies. DOI: 10.1080/13621025.2021.1981827

Song, J. "Escaping from the North under Kim Jong Un," East Asia Forum Quarterly 13(4), pp. 26-7.


Song, J. “From North to South Korea: co-ethnic communications, identity transformation and unification,” Oxford Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity and Communication

Song, J. “In the making of a new South Korean nationalism,” S/N Korean Humanities 7(2), pp. 14-48.

Song, J. “North Korea as a method,” Journal of Korean Studies 26(2), pp. 205-228.

Lee, H. and Song, J. “State-society relations in a pandemic: an Asian Australian perspective,” Melbourne Asia Review 5.

Shin, W. and Song, J. (2021). “What our survey found about effective COVID-19 communications in Asian Australian communities,” in Melbourne Asia Review 5.


Song, J. “Civil and uncivil society: North Korean balloon warriors in South Korea,” Melbourne Asia Review 1.

Song, J. “The ‘Savage-Victim-Saviour’ Story Grammar of the North Korean Human Rights Industry,” Asian Studies Review DOI:

Song, J. & Ohashi, J. "The nation over gender and class: media framing of comfort women in South Korea and Japan," European Journal of Korean Studies 20(1): 159-184. DOI: 10.33526/ejks.20202001.159


Song, J. and Habib, B. “The hidden variable: environmental migration from North Korea,” The Pacific Review


Lee, E., Avgar, A., Park, W. and Choi, D. “The dual effects of task conflict on team creativity: Focusing on the role of team-focused transformational leadership,” International Journal of Conflict Management, 30(1), pp. 132-154.


Song, J. and Bell, M. “North Korean secondary asylum in the UK,” Migration Studies 7(2), pp. 160-179.


Song, J. and Denney, S. “Studying North Korea through North Korean migrants: lessons from the field,” Critical Asian Studies 51(3), pp. 451-466.



W. Shin and M. Lwin. Screen Obsessed: Parenting in the Digital Age. World Scientific.

Screen-obsessed: Parenting in the Digital Age is the first book solely focusing on parental supervision of children’s media use. This book distills important information regarding how parents can effectively guide their offspring living in the multimedia environment. This book discusses an extensive range of theories, issues, and subjects of parental mediation. Readers will discover how parental mediation works, new and traditional theoretical facets, and how this knowledge can be applied in various settings pertinent to the family.

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