Research Statement

I am interested in researching the questions centering around the impact of traumas and stigma on individuals and families in the cultural context. Psychosocial oncology is one of the main areas that I have been researching, looking at cancer as a medical trauma. Childhood and adolescent cancer survivors, their siblings and parents, grieving parents and families, and psychooncology service providers are the populations that I focus on. I also research the issues around gender and sexual identity and how they affect their psychosocial life.  

Research Keywords

  • Nucleic Acid Structure or Function
  • Commercial Energy Use

Presentations

  • Photo Stories used as expression, data, and action (2021). QuaranTalks with Teasley, College of Social Work, University of Utah. , Presented, 2021.
  • Yi, J. Abstract 101 workshop. Association of Pediatric Oncology Social Workers. , Presented, 2013.
  • Yi, J. Cancer survivorship research in cultural context. Hope, healing, and health. , Presented, 2013.
  • Yi, J. Research as practice workshop. Association of Pediatric Oncology Social Workers. , Presented, 2013.
  • Yi, J. (2012). School violence trauma, loss, and grief. Workshop at the Korean Association of School Social Workers, Seoul, Korea. , Presented, 2012.
  • Yi, J. (2012). Application of Images and Narratives for Addiction Problems. Workshop at the Korean Addiction Licensure Conference, Chonan, Korea. , Presented, 2012.
  • Yi, J. (2012). Social work education in the United States. Lecture at Chonbuk National University. , Presented, 2012.
  • Yi, J. (2012). Theories and procedures of Photovoice Methodology. Workshop at the Korean Social Work Qualitative Methods Society, Seoul, Korea. , Presented, 2012.
  • Yi, J., Kim, J., Akter, J., & Frazier, K. (2016). Compassion fatigue among pediatric oncology social workers: Using focus group interviews. , Presented, 2016.
  • Kim, M. A., Yi, J., Sang, J., Kim, S. H., & Heo, I. (2016, April). Lives of Korean mothers of children with cancer: An exploratory study using photovoice. Poster Presentation. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Anaheim, California. , Presented, 2016.
  • Yi, J., Kim, M. A., Choi, K. H., & Lee, J. H. (2014, April). A Discourse on the Terms for Cancer Survivors: Reports from Survivors of Childhood Cancer in Korea. Poster will be presented at the 8th International Society of Pediatric Oncology (SIOP) Asia Congress, Seoul, Korea. , Presented, 2014.
  • Yi, J., Kim, J. H., Tian, T. & Akter, J. Journey of Cancer Survivorship among Survivors of Childhood and Adolescent Cancer. Breakout session at the Association of Pediatric Oncology Social Workers, Philadelphia. , Presented, 2014.
  • Workshop for Korean medical doctors: grief and healing for professional caregivers. Other, Other, 2011.
  • Workshop for Korean Association of School of Social Workers: Work and Self using Photovoice. Other, Other, 2011.
  • Asnaani, A., Illapperuma-Wood, C., Bhattacharya, H., Yi, J. (2021, March 16). Bridging International Borders in Academia: Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion, Salt Lake City, UT., United States. Panel, Presented, 2021.
  • Jaehee Yi, Minah Kim, Jina Sang, Kwynn Gonzalez-Pons, The impact of child's cancer on the father's social life in Korea. , Accepted, 2021.
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  • Kim, M. A., Yi, J., Sang, J., & Kim, S. (2021, Jan). Parental Overprotection and Perceptions of Child Vulnerability As Correlates of Parenting Stress Among Parents of Child with Cancer in Korea. Poster presented at the 25th Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) 2021 Annual Conference. [Online]. Poster, Presented, 2021.
  • Kim, M. A., Yi, J., Lee, M., & Zhangy, I. (2021, Jan). Areas of Worklife and Medical Social Worker's Burnout in South Korea. Poster presented at the 25th Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) 2021 Annual Conference. [Online]. Poster, Presented, 2021.
  • Kim, M. A., Yi, J., Bradbury, L., Han, K. M., Yang, J., & Lee, J. (2021, Jan). A Photovoice Study: Experiences of Middle-Aged Adults with Intellectual Disabilities in Korea. Poster presented at the 25th Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) 2021 Annual Conference. [Online]. Poster, Presented, 2021.
  • Yi, J., Kim, M. A., Kim, S., & An, S. (2018, Nov). Changes in Marital Relationships after a Child’s Cancer Diagnosis from the Perspectives of the Mother in Korea. Poster presented at the 50th Congress of the International Society of Paediatric Oncology (SIOP) 2018, Kyoto, Japan. Poster, Presented, 2018.
  • Kim, M. A., Jung, D., & Yi, J. (2018, Nov). A Photovoice Study on Life of Mothers after the Death of a Child from Cancer in Korea. Poster presented at the 50th Congress of the International Society of Paediatric Oncology (SIOP) 2018, Kyoto, Japan. Poster, Presented, 2018.
  • Yi, J., Tian, T., Kim, J. Etringer, G., Strang, S. (2016). Photovoice project with adult cancer survivorsHawaii International Conference on Arts & Humanities. Poster, Presented, 2016.
  • Yi, J., Kim, M. A., & An, S. (2014, February). Photovoice for Young Adult Cancer Survivors of Childhood Cancer in Korea. Poster will be presented at the American Psychosocial Oncology Society Annual Conference, Tampa, Florida. Poster, Presented, 2014.
  • Kim, M. A., Yi, J., & An, S. (2014, February). Do You Expect Me to Be Ashamed of Having Had Cancer? Stigma Experiences among Adolescent and Young Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer in Korea. Poster will be presented at the American Psychosocial Oncology Society Annual Conference, Tampa, Florida. Poster, Presented, 2014.
  • Yi, J., & Kim, M. A. (2013, May). An Exploratory Factor Analysis of the Brief COPE with a Sample of Korean Childhood Cancer Survivors. Poster presented at the Annual Association of Pediatric Oncology Social Workers Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Poster, Presented, 2013.
  • Kim, M.A. & Yi, J. Psychological distress in adolescent and young adult childhood cancer survivors in Korea, Association of Oncology Social Workers. Poster, Presented, 2013.
  • Kim, M.A. & Yi, J. Psychological distress in adolescent and young adult childhood cancer survivors in Korea, Association of Oncology Social Workers. Poster, Presented, 2013.
  • Yi, J. & Kim, M.A. Late effects of Korean young adult survivors of childhood cancer. American Psychosocial Oncology Society. Poster, Presented, 2013.
  • Yi, J.& Kim, M. A. (2012).Relationships between post-traumatic stress and post- traumatic growth among adolescent and young adult cancer survivors in Korea. Poster presentation at the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Los Angeles, California. Poster, Presented, 2012.
  • Yi, J. & Tian, T. (2012). Using the Emerging Adulthood concept to understand childhood cancer survivors. Poster presentation at the Society of Research in Child Development Themed Meeting: Transitions from Adolescence to Adulthood, Tampa, Florida. Poster, Presented, 2012.
  • Yi, J. Kim, M. A., Tian, T. (2012). Long-term and late effects of cancer: adolescnet and young adult survivors of childhood cancer in Korea. Poster presentation at the American Society of Preventive Oncology. Poster, Presented, 2012.
  • Yi, JH., Kim, M.A., & Ahn, H.S. (2011). Why did I get cancer? Answers from Korean young adult cancer survivors. Poster presentation at International Society of Pediatric Oncology, Aukland, New Zealand. Poster, Presented, 2011.
  • Kim, M.A. & Yi, J.H. (2011). Worries of Korean young adult cancer survivors from developmental perspectives. Poster presentation at 2011 Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington D.C. Poster, Presented, 2011.

Grants, Contracts & Research Gifts

  • Image Narrative with College Students. PI: - 2022. Total project budget to date:
  • Professor Off Campus: Photo Story Telling with Latino Adolescents. PI: - 2018. Total project budget to date:
  • Adapting the Problem Solving Skills Training to the Korean setting. PI: - 2016. Total project budget to date:
  • TELEHEALTH PHOTO STORYTELLING. PI: - 2018. Total project budget to date:
  • Compassion Fatigue on Pediatric Oncology Social Workers. PI: - 2017. Total project budget to date:
  • Travel Grant for Adapting the Problem Solving Skills Training to the Korean setting. PI: - 2016. Total project budget to date:
  • Compassion Fatigue Study on Psychosocial Oncology Care Providers in Korea. PI: - 2016. Total project budget to date:

Languages

  • Korean, Fluent.
  • Spanish, Basic.

Geographical Regions of Interest

  • China
    Planning to launch a research project on young adult cancer survivorship in Lanzhou, China.

Publications

  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Yi, J. Kim, J. H., & Tian, T., (2016). Social aspects of resilience in pediatric cancer survivorship In Nelson, L., & Walker, L., (Eds.). Flourishing in Emerging Adulthood: Positive Development During the Thrid Decade of Life. Oxford Volume.. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Yi, J., Kim, M.A., & Akter, J. (2016). Resilience and pediatric cancer survivorship in cultural context. In C. DeMichelis & M. Ferrari (Eds.). Child and Adolescent Resilience within Medical Contexts. New York, NY: Springer International Publishing.. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Photovoice manual. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Yi, J., Kim, M. A., Grahmann, B., &. Wu, Y. (Resubmitted). Why did I get cancer? Answers from Korean childhood cancer survivors. European Journal of Cancer Care. Accepted, .
  • Anne Kirchhoff (date unknown). Zamora, E., Yi, J. & Kirchhoff, A. (resubmitted). Having cancer was awful but also something good came out': Post-traumatic growth among adult survivors of pediatric and adolescent cancer. European Journal of Oncology Nursing. Accepted, .
  • Kim, M.A. (date unknown). Kim, M. A. & Yi, J. (2012). Psychological distress in adolescent and young adult childhood cancer survivors in Korea. Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing, 30(2). 99-108. DOI: 10.1177/1043454213478469. Accepted, .
  • Min Ah Kim (date unknown). Kim, MA, Yi, J., Sang, J., Kim, S.H., & Heo, I.Y. (2016). Experiences of Korean mothers of children with cancer: A photovoice study. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 1-20. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Compassion satisfaction and compassion fatigue among medical social workers in Korea: the role of empathy. Social Work in Health Care. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Pediatric oncology social workers' experience of compassion fatigue. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology. Accepted, .
  • Kim MA, Yi J, Sang J, Kim SH, Heo I (date unknown). Experiences of Korean mothers of children with cancer: A photovoice study. Journal of psychosocial oncology. 1-20. Accepted, .
  • Lim JW, Yi J (date unknown). The effects of religiosity, spirituality, and social support on quality of life: a comparison between Korean American and Korean breast and gynecologic cancer survivors. Vol. 36, 699-708. Accepted, .
  • Brown, S. (date unknown). Brown, S., Smith, D., Schulz, R., Kabeto, M., Ubel, P., Poulin, M., Yi, J., Kim, C., & Langa, K. (2009). Caregiving Behavior is Associated with Decreased Mortality Risk. Psychological Science, 20(4), 488-494. Accepted, .
  • Min Ah Kim (date unknown). Perceived benefits and challenges of psychosocial service uses for adolescents and young survivors of childhood cancer. Health and Social Welfare Review. Vol. 38(3), 247-278. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Yi, J., Kim, M. A., Kim, K.H., & Hong, J. S. (2016). Exploring social service providers' perspectives on barriers to social services for early adjustment of immigrant adolescents in South Korea. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 18(5): 1076-1084. Accepted, .
  • Minah Kim (date unknown). Change in relationships in bereaved families: Perspectives of mothers who lost a child to cancer. OMEGA - Journal of Death and Dying. Accepted, .
  • Zebrack BJ, Yi J, Petersen L, Ganz PA (date unknown). The impact of cancer and quality of life for long-term survivors. Vol. 17, 891-900. Accepted, .
  • Kim, MA. (date unknown). A photovoice study on the bereavement experience of mothers after the death of a child. Death Studies. Death Studies. Accepted, .
  • Kim, MA. (date unknown). Parenting changes of mothers of a child with cancer. Journal of Family Issues. Accepted, .
  • Minah Kim (date unknown). The language for individuals with childhood cancer and their social identities. Journal of Critical Social Welfare. Vol. 60, 91-134. Accepted, .
  • Kim, K.H. (date unknown). Kim, K.H., Yi, J., & Hong, H.M. (2013). Rethinking Immigration, Remaking Identities: Exploration of Ethnic Identity among the Immigrant Adolescents and the Adolescents Born in Marital-Immigrant Families. Korean Social Work Journal. Accepted, .
  • Rhee, M.K. (date unknown). Rhee, M.K. Chi, I., & Yi, J. (2013). Understanding Employment Barriers among Older Korean Immigrants. Gerontologist. doi: 10.1093/geront/gnt113. Accepted, .
  • im, J.W. (date unknown). Lim, J. W., & Yi, J. (2009). The Effects of Religiosity, Spirituality and Social Support on Quality of Life: A Comparison between Korean-American and Korean Breast and Gynecological Cancer Survivors. Oncology Nursing Forum, 36(6), 699-708. Accepted, .
  • Kim, MA. (date unknown). Bereavement service needs among mothers who lost a child to cancer. Health and Social Welfare Review. Accepted, .
  • Kim, MA (date unknown). Oncology health care providers service needs for reducing compassion fatigue. Journal of Critical Social Welfare. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Yi, J., Kim, M. A., & An, S. (2016). The experiences of Korean young adult survivors of childhood cancer: A photovoice study. Qualitative Health Research, 26(8), 1044-1054. doi:10.1177/1049732315599374. Accepted, .
  • Smits-Seemann, R.R. (date unknown). Smits-Seemann, R. R., Yi, J., Tian, T, & Warner, E. L., & Kirchhoff, A. (2016). A qualitative inquiry of childhood and adolescent cancer survivors’ perspectives of independence. Journal of Adoescent and Young Adult Ocnology. Published Online Ahead of Print. doi: 10.1089/jayao.2016.0022. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Yi, J., Zebrack, B., Kim, MA., & Cousino, M. Posttraumatic Growth in Young Adult Survivors of Cancer. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Yi, J., Kim, MA., & Ahn, S. Photo Narratives in Childhood Cancer Survivors in Korea. Qualitative Health Research. Accepted, .
  • Yi, J. (date unknown). Yi, J. (2009). Cultural Influences on the Survivorship of Families Affected by Childhood Cancer: A Case for Using Family Systems Theories. Families, Systems, and Health, 27(3), 228-236. Accepted, .
  • Yi, J. (date unknown). Oncologists' experience of delivering bad news in Korea. OMEGA-Journal of Death and Dying. Accepted, .
  • Minah Kim (date unknown). Coping Strategies and Health-related Quality of Life among Korean Childhood CAncer Survivors. Health and Social Welfare Review. Vol. 37(3), 343-367. Accepted, .
  • Yi J, Kim MA, An S (date unknown). The Experiences of Korean Young Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer: A Photovoice Study. Qualitative health research. Vol. 26, 1044-54. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Yi, J., & Kim, M. A. (in press). Post-Cancer Experiences of Childhood Cancer Survivors: How Is Post-Traumatic Stress Related with Post-Traumatic Growth? Journal of Traumatic Stress. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Yi, J., Ra, M.Y., Bang, S., & Canape, K. E. (2013). School social workers' perspectives on "work and myself": Using Photovoice Methodology. Accepted, .
  • Lim JW, Yi J, Zebrack B (date unknown). Acculturation, social support, and quality of life for Korean immigrant breast and gynecological cancer survivors. Vol. 13, 243-60. Accepted, .
  • Chung, E.B. (date unknown). Pandemic priorities: The impact of South Korea’s COVID-19 policies on vulnerable populations. International Journal of Public Administration. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Marital conflicts as perceived by mothers of a child with cancer in Korea. Journal of Social Service Research. Accepted, .
  • Kim, M.A. (date unknown). Changes in life experiences of adults with intellectual disabilities in the COVID-19 pandemics in South Korea. Disability and Health Journal. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). When does compassion fatigue hit social workers? Caring for oncology patients in Korea. Qualitative Social Work. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Yi, J., Kim, M. A., & Hong, J. S., & Akter, J. (2016). Childhood cancer survivors’ experiences in school re-entry in South Korea: Focus on academic problems and peer victimization. Children and Youth Service Revie. 65, 263-269. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Yi, J., Kim, M. A., & Sang, J. (2016). Worries of childhood cancer survivors in young adulthood. European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 21, 113-119. doi:10.1016/j.ejon.2016.02.003. Accepted, .
  • Yi J, Kim MA, Tian T (date unknown). Perceived long-term and physical health problems after cancer: adolescent and young adult survivors of childhood cancer in Korea. Vol. 18, 145-50. Accepted, .
  • Brown SL, Smith DM, Schulz R, Kabeto MU, Ubel PA, Poulin M, Yi J, Kim C, Langa KM (date unknown). Caregiving behavior is associated with decreased mortality risk. Vol. 20, 488-94. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). What makes oncologists feel compassion fatigue? Qualitative findings from Korea. Sage Open. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). How do they grow out of their cancer experience? Korean adolescent and young adult cancer survivors' stories. Ethnicity and Health. Accepted, .
  • Kim, MA (date unknown). A qualitative study on parents' concerns about adult children with intellectual disabilities amind the COVID-19 pandemic in South Korea. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities. Accepted, .
  • Kim, MA (date unknown). A Photovoice Study: The life experiences of middle-aged adults with intellectual disabilities in Korea. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities. Accepted, .
  • Min Ah Kim (date unknown). Kim, M. A., Yi, J., & Kim, S. (2016). Service needs of parenting of child with cancer. Health and Social Welfare Review, 36(2), 544-580. Accepted, .
  • Yi J, Kim MA, Sang J (date unknown). Worries of childhood cancer survivors in young adulthood. European journal of oncology nursing : the official journal of European Oncology Nursing Society. Vol. 21, 113-9. Accepted, .
  • Kim, M.A. (date unknown). Kim, M. A., Yi, J., & Kim, J. (in press). Stigma Experiences and Psychosocial Responses to Stigma among Childhood Cancer Survivors. Mental Health and Social Work. Accepted, .
  • Kim MA, Yi J (date unknown). Psychological distress in adolescent and young adult survivors of childhood cancer in Korea. Vol. 30, 99-108. Accepted, .
  • Zebrack, B.J. (date unknown). Zebrack, B. J., Yi, J., Peterson, L., & Ganz, P. A. (2008). The impact of cancer and quality of life for long-term survivors. Psycho-Oncology, 17(9), 891-900. Accepted, .
  • Yi, J. (date unknown). Why did I get cancer? Perceptions of childhood cancer survivors in Korea. Social Work Health Care. Vol. 57, 300-314. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Yi, J., Kim, K. H. & Ra, M. Y. (2013). Lived experiences and visual expressions from immigrant adolescents in Korea during their early adjustment: Using the Photovoice methodology. Journal of Korean Society of Child Welfare. Accepted, .
  • Kim, M.A. (date unknown). Kim, M. A., & Yi, J. (2014). Life After Cancer: How Does Public Stigma Increase Psychological Distress of Childhood Cancer Survivors? International Journal of Nursing Studies. Published Online Ahead of Print. doi:10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2014.04.005. Accepted, .
  • Yi, J. (date unknown). Why did I get cancer: answers from childhood cancer survivors. Accepted, .
  • Kirchhoff, A. (date unknown). Kichhof, A., Y J., Wright, J.,& Smith, K. R. (2012). Marrage and divorce among young adult cancer survivrs. Journal of Cancer Survivorship: Research and Practice, 6(4):441-450. Accepted, .
  • Yi, J. (date unknown). Yi, J., Kim, M. A., & Tian, T. (2013). Perceived Long-Term and Physical Health Problems After Cancer: Adolescent and Young Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer in Korea. European Journal of Oncology Nursing. Accepted, .
  • Lim, J.W. (date unknown). Lim, J. W., Yi, J., & Zebrack, B. J. (2008). Acculturation, social support, and quality of life for Korean Immigrant Breast and Gynaecological cancer survivors. Ethnicity and Health, 13(3), 243-260. Accepted, .
  • Kim, M.A. (date unknown). The Impact of Compassion Fatigue on the Well-Being of Oncology Social Workers in Korea. Journal of Social Service Research. Accepted, .
  • Kim, M.A. (date unknown). Experiences of Peer Exclusion and Victimization, Cognitive Functioning, and Depression Among Adolescent Cancer Survivors in South Korea. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. Accepted, .
  • Min Ah Kim (date unknown). The effects of individual and network-level factors on discussion of cancer experiences: survivors of childhood cancer in Korea. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology. Vol. 36, 31-48. Accepted, .
  • Minah Kim (date unknown). The Impact of a Child’s Cancer on the Father’s Relationship with His Spouse in Korea. Journal of Child and Family Studies. Vol. 27(1), 166-175. Accepted, .
  • Kim, M.A. (date unknown). Kim, M. A., & Yi, J. (2012). Childhood Cancer Survivor's Services Needs for the Better Quality of Life. Korean Academy of Child Health Nursing, 18(1), 19-28. Accepted, .
  • Yi, J. (date unknown). Yi, J., & Zebrack, B. (2010). Self-portraits of families with young adult cancer survivors: using photovoice methodology. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 28, 219-243. Accepted, .
  • Yi J, Zebrack B (date unknown). Self-portraits of families with young adult cancer survivors: using photovoice. Vol. 28, 219-43. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Yi, J. & Tian, T. (2012). Cancer survivorship and the train ride of life, University of Utah Blog: Redthread. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Futures of Friendship. Social Work Health Futures Lab. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Yi, J., & Kim, M. A. (2013). Developing Wellness Center Model for Childhood Cancer Survivors in Korea. Submitted to Korean Institute of Leukemia and Childhood Cancer. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Yi, J. & Tian, T. (2012). A first conference experience. Social Work Matters. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Yi, J., & Kim, M. A. (2010). Impact of Childhood Cancer on Young Adult Survivors in Korea. Submitted to Korea Childhood Leukemia Foundation. Accepted, .
  • Kim, M.A. (date unknown). Kim, M. A. & Yi, J. (2012). Disclosure of Cancer in Social Networks among Childhood Cancer Survivors in Korea. Submitted to Korea Childhood Leukemia Foundation. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Yi, J. (2005). Time to break the silience. Korean Michigan Weekly. Accepted, .
  • Yi J (date unknown). Cultural influences on the survivorship of families affected by childhood cancer: a case for using family systems theories. (pp. 228-36). Vol. 27. Accepted, .
  • Yi, J. (date unknown). Yi, J. (2008). Fallacies of Development – Crises of Human and Social Development: The End of Hubris. [Review of the book]. Social Development Issues, 30(2), 119-120. Accepted, .
  • Jaehee Yi (date unknown). Yi, J. (2010). Book review of My Sister’s Keeper. AOSW newsletter. Accepted, .
  • Yi, J. (date unknown). Yi, J. (2010). Child Maltreatment: Introduction (2nd ed.). [Review of the book]. Traumatology, 16, 27-28. Accepted, .
  • Yi, J. (date unknown). Yi, J. (2008). Racial Diversity and Social Capital. [Review of the book]. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 35 (4), 182-183. Accepted, .