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Ann H Kim

Department of Sociology

Assistant Professor
 
Office: York Research Tower, 839
Phone: (416)736-2100 Ext: 22678
Emailannkim@yorku.ca
Primary websitewww.yorku.ca/annkim
 
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Conference Papers

Transnationalism among Korean families: A pilot study. With Wansoo Park, Sung Hyun Yun, Eunjung Lee. 2010. Global Studies Conference. Busan, South Korea. June 21.

Korean economic migrants in New Brunswick. 2010. 12th National Metropolis Conference. Montréal, QC. March 19.

Age at immigration and health: Preliminary results from the Canadian Community Health Survey. With Samuel Noh, Wansoo Park and Jungwee Park. 2009. International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics World Congress, Immigration Among Older Migrants of Color Symposium. Paris, France. July 8.

Maintenance or loss? The use of non-official languages by second and third-plus generation Canadians. With Stella Yon-Hee Park and Monica Boyd. 2009. Canadian Sociological Association Meetings. Ottawa, ON. May 28.

Moving to own: Mobility and homeownership among immigrants and the native-born. With Shervan Vafa. 2009. Population Association of America Meetings. Detroit, MI. May 1.

The economic security of immigrant seniors: Framing the questions. With Meg Luxton, Nancy Mandell, Valerie Preston, Karen Robson and Julia Hemphill. 2009. 11th National Metropolis Conference. Calgary, AB. March 21.

Korean senior care in the context of Korean community development in Toronto. 2009. 11th National Metropolis Conference. Calgary, AB. March 20.

The context of migration, ethnicity and families: The living arrangements of older Asian immigrants. 2008. American Sociological Association Meetings, International Migration Roundtables. Boston, MA. August 4.

Heritage language retention: Does it last even after generations? With Stella Yon-Hee Park and Monica Boyd. 2007. American Sociological Association Meetings, International Migration Roundtables. New York, NY. August 13.

Racial and ethnic differentials across the generations in home ownership and housing type. With Monica Boyd. 2007. Population Association of America Meetings. New York, NY. March 31.

Immigrant generations: The timing of arrival, homeownership and condos. With Monica Boyd. 2006. American Sociological Association Meetings. Montréal, QB. August 11.

Asian American versus Asian Canadian: Ethnic segregatioin and implications for a panethnic boundary. With Eric Fong. 2006. Population Association of America Meetings. Los Angeles, CA. March 31.

Panethnicity and ethnic resources in residential integration: A comparative study of two host societies. 2005. Canadian Population Society Meetings. London, ON. June 2.

Ethnicity and the social context: The residential integration of Iranians, Jamaicans, Vietnamese and Chinese. 2005. Population Association of America Meetings. Philadelphia, PA. March 31.

Panethnicity, ethnic diversity and residential segregation. With Michael J. White. 2004. American Sociological Association Meetings. San Francisco, CA. August 14.

Family cohesion and ethnic communities: Chinese, Italian and Mexican households, 1990 and 2000. With Calvin Goldscheider. 2004. Population Association of America Meetings. Boston, MA. April 2.

Mapping social distance: Ethnic residential segregation in a multiethnic metro. With Michael J. White and Jennifer E. Glick. 2003. Population Association of America Meetings. Minneapolis, MN. May 1.

Race and residential attainment: A microdata analysis. 2003. American Sociological Association Meetings, Community and Urban Sociology Roundtables. Atlanta, GA. August 16.

Determinants of international migration flows: Canada 1986-1996. 2003. Canadian Population Society Meetings. Halifax, NS. June 2. Best Student Paper Award.

The revolving door to food stamps: Does prior experience predict re-entry? 2003. Eastern Sociological Society Meetings. Philadelphia, PA. March 1.

Book Reviews

Kim, Ann H. 2009. "Jamaican immigrants in the United States and Canada: Race, transnationalism and social capital" by Terry-Ann Jones (Book Review). Contemporary Sociology 38(2): 147-148.

Forthcoming

Kim, Ann H. Forthcoming. "Filial piety, financial independence and freedom: Explaining the living arrangements of older Korean immigrants." Chapter in Durst, Douglas and Michael MacLean (eds) Diversity and aging among seniors in Canada: Changing faces and greying temples. Calgary, AB: Detselig Enterprises Ltd.

Current Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2014 AP/SOCI2030 6.0  Sociological Research Methods LECT Course Website 

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Winter 2015 AP/SOCI4055 6.0  Everyday Life in the Metropolis: Fieldwork Studies in Toronto SEMR Course Website 


Please visit www.yorku.ca/annkim.


Area of Specialization

Sociology


Degrees


Appointments

Faculty of Graduate Studies

All Publications

Conference Papers

Transnationalism among Korean families: A pilot study. With Wansoo Park, Sung Hyun Yun, Eunjung Lee. 2010. Global Studies Conference. Busan, South Korea. June 21.

Korean economic migrants in New Brunswick. 2010. 12th National Metropolis Conference. Montréal, QC. March 19.

Age at immigration and health: Preliminary results from the Canadian Community Health Survey. With Samuel Noh, Wansoo Park and Jungwee Park. 2009. International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics World Congress, Immigration Among Older Migrants of Color Symposium. Paris, France. July 8.

Maintenance or loss? The use of non-official languages by second and third-plus generation Canadians. With Stella Yon-Hee Park and Monica Boyd. 2009. Canadian Sociological Association Meetings. Ottawa, ON. May 28.

Moving to own: Mobility and homeownership among immigrants and the native-born. With Shervan Vafa. 2009. Population Association of America Meetings. Detroit, MI. May 1.

The economic security of immigrant seniors: Framing the questions. With Meg Luxton, Nancy Mandell, Valerie Preston, Karen Robson and Julia Hemphill. 2009. 11th National Metropolis Conference. Calgary, AB. March 21.

Korean senior care in the context of Korean community development in Toronto. 2009. 11th National Metropolis Conference. Calgary, AB. March 20.

The context of migration, ethnicity and families: The living arrangements of older Asian immigrants. 2008. American Sociological Association Meetings, International Migration Roundtables. Boston, MA. August 4.

Heritage language retention: Does it last even after generations? With Stella Yon-Hee Park and Monica Boyd. 2007. American Sociological Association Meetings, International Migration Roundtables. New York, NY. August 13.

Racial and ethnic differentials across the generations in home ownership and housing type. With Monica Boyd. 2007. Population Association of America Meetings. New York, NY. March 31.

Immigrant generations: The timing of arrival, homeownership and condos. With Monica Boyd. 2006. American Sociological Association Meetings. Montréal, QB. August 11.

Asian American versus Asian Canadian: Ethnic segregatioin and implications for a panethnic boundary. With Eric Fong. 2006. Population Association of America Meetings. Los Angeles, CA. March 31.

Panethnicity and ethnic resources in residential integration: A comparative study of two host societies. 2005. Canadian Population Society Meetings. London, ON. June 2.

Ethnicity and the social context: The residential integration of Iranians, Jamaicans, Vietnamese and Chinese. 2005. Population Association of America Meetings. Philadelphia, PA. March 31.

Panethnicity, ethnic diversity and residential segregation. With Michael J. White. 2004. American Sociological Association Meetings. San Francisco, CA. August 14.

Family cohesion and ethnic communities: Chinese, Italian and Mexican households, 1990 and 2000. With Calvin Goldscheider. 2004. Population Association of America Meetings. Boston, MA. April 2.

Mapping social distance: Ethnic residential segregation in a multiethnic metro. With Michael J. White and Jennifer E. Glick. 2003. Population Association of America Meetings. Minneapolis, MN. May 1.

Race and residential attainment: A microdata analysis. 2003. American Sociological Association Meetings, Community and Urban Sociology Roundtables. Atlanta, GA. August 16.

Determinants of international migration flows: Canada 1986-1996. 2003. Canadian Population Society Meetings. Halifax, NS. June 2. Best Student Paper Award.

The revolving door to food stamps: Does prior experience predict re-entry? 2003. Eastern Sociological Society Meetings. Philadelphia, PA. March 1.

Book Reviews

Kim, Ann H. 2009. "Jamaican immigrants in the United States and Canada: Race, transnationalism and social capital" by Terry-Ann Jones (Book Review). Contemporary Sociology 38(2): 147-148.

Forthcoming

Kim, Ann H. Forthcoming. "Filial piety, financial independence and freedom: Explaining the living arrangements of older Korean immigrants." Chapter in Durst, Douglas and Michael MacLean (eds) Diversity and aging among seniors in Canada: Changing faces and greying temples. Calgary, AB: Detselig Enterprises Ltd.


Teaching:

Current Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2014 AP/SOCI2030 6.0  Sociological Research Methods LECT Course Website 

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Winter 2015 AP/SOCI4055 6.0  Everyday Life in the Metropolis: Fieldwork Studies in Toronto SEMR Course Website