EUNBIN CHUNG portrait
  • Assistant Professor, Political Science Department
  • Faculty Affiliate, Immunology, Inflammation, & Infectious Disease (3i) Initiative, University of Utah Health
  • Wasatch Experience Sustainability Teaching Scholar, Environmental & Sustainability
  • Faculty Affiliate, Asian Studies Program
  • Faculty Affiliate, Consortium for Families and Health Research (C-FAHR)
  • Faculty Affiliate, Interdisciplinary Exchange for Utah Science (NEXUS)

Publications

  • Eunbin Chung & Manjana Milkoreit (2021). Who are your people?–The effect of political ideology and social identity on climate-related beliefs and risk perceptions. Taylor and Francis. Published, 11/08/2021.
  • Eunbin Chung & Inbok Rhee (2021). Disasters and intergroup peace in sub-Saharan Africa. SAGE. Accepted, 10/25/2021.
  • Eunbin Chung (2021). National Identity, Social Preferences, and Foreign Policy Attitudes: Experimental Evidence from Japan. Oxford University Press. Accepted, 09/19/2021.
  • Eunbin Chung & Jaehee Yi (2021). Pandemic Priorities: The Impact of South Korea’s COVID-19 Policies on Vulnerable Populations. Taylor and Francis. Vol. 12. Published, 05/14/2021.
  • Eunbin Chung & Anna O. Pechenkina, Pavitra Govindan (2021). The effect of incentives on motivated numeracy amidst COVID-19. Cambridge Core. Accepted, 01/04/2021.
  • Eunbin Chung & Anna O. Pechenkina (2020). Group-affirmation and trust in international relations: Evidence from Ukraine. Public Library of Science (PLOS). Published, 12/31/2020.
  • June Park & Eunbin Chung (2020). Learning from past pandemic governance: Early response and Public-Private Partnerships in testing of COVID-19 in South Korea. Elsevier. Published, 09/18/2020.
  • Byungwon Woo & Eunbin Chung (2018). "Aid for Vote? Nations General Assembly Voting and American Aid Allocation". Political Studies. Published, 11/03/2018.
  • Eun Bin Chung (2015). Can Affirming National Identity Increase International Trust? Experimental Evidence from South Korean, Chinese, and Japanese Nationals. International Studies Review. Published, 07/2015.
  • Eun Bin Chung and Byungwon Woo, “We Like You Better When We Feel Good About Ourselves: Group- Affirmation in an International Context.” Korea Observer 46:2 (Summer 2015), 387-417. Published, 06/2015.
  • Eun Bin Chung (2015). Explaining the Coexistence of Globalization and Nationalism in East Asia: An Analytical Framework on the Case of Hallyu (The Korean Wave). Peace Studies. Published, 04/2015.

Research Keywords

  • survey research methods
  • Political Psychology
  • Nationalism
  • International Security
  • Identity Politics
  • Disputing and Conflict Resolution
  • Behavioral or Experimental Psychology

Research Equipment and Testing Expertise

  • Experimental Research Methods.

Languages

  • Korean, fluent.
  • Japanese, functional.