金敏夑教授

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Ph.D. (Social Welfare) University of Pennsylvania; M.A. (Social Welfare) Seoul National University; B.A. (Social Welfare) Seoul National University 3943 7503
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研究興趣及範疇

  • Social Policy for Children and Youth
  • Child Welfare/Protection
  • Child/Youth Development and Parenting
  • Quality of Life & Well-being
  • Program Evaluation & Policy Analysis
  • Quantitative Methodology

 

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重點出版著作

  • Kim, M., Barnhart, S., Garcia, A. R, Jung, N., & Wu, C. (2021). Change in mental health service use over a decade: Evidence from two cohorts of youth involved in the child welfare system, Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal
  • Kim, M., Garcia, A. R, & Lee, L. H. (2021). Dual system youth: Subsequent system re-entry after receiving mental health services, Children and Youth Services Review, 127, 106104
  • Kim, M. (2021). Parental nonstandard work schedules and child development: Evidence from dual-earner families in Hong Kong. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(10), 5167 
  • Garcia, A. R., Kim. M. Myers, C., & Trinh, X, (2021). Do implementation contexts for the Positive Parenting Program improve child and parental well-being? Journal of Social Work, 21(6), 1512–1532. 
  • Kim, M., Garcia, A. R., Jung, N., & Barnhart, S. (2020). Rates and predictors of mental health service use among dual system youth. Children and Youth Services Review, 114, 105024. 
  • Kim, M. (2020). Who works nonstandard schedules voluntarily? The role of having children. Journal of Family Studies.
  • Kim, M., Garcia, A. R., Yang, S., & Jung N. (2018). Area-socioeconomic disparities in mental health service use among children involved in the child welfare system. Child Abuse & Neglect, 82, 59-71.
  • Kim, M., & Garcia, A. R. (2016). Measuring racial/ethnic disparities in mental health service use among children referred to the child welfare system. Child Maltreatment, 21(3), 218-227
  • Kim, M., Ali, S., & Kim, H. (2016). Parental nonstandard work schedules, parent-child communication, and adolescent substance use. Journal of Family Issues. 37(4), 466-493