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Faculty and Staff Profile

Minyoung Moon

Lecturer


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Email: minyoum@clemson.edu
 

Educational Background


Vanderbilt University 2017 PhD Sociology


Southern Illinois University at Carbondale MA Sociology


Yonsei University, South Korea BA Sociology & Philosophy

Courses Taught

Sociology of Sex and Gender
Collective Behavior and Social Movements
Introduction to Sociology

Research Interests

Social Movements, Gender, Women’s Leadership, Law and Public Policy, New Religious Movements

Research Publications

Moon, Minyoung. 2022 “Digitally Mediated Mobilization: Women’s March in South Korea and
Collective Identity Building Online.” Sociological Perspectives. Published online first

McCammon, Holly, Magdalena Sudibjo, Cathryn Beeson-Lynch, Amanda Brockman, and Minyoung Moon. 2022 “Feminist Friends of the Court: Amicus Curiae, Social Movement Institutional Activism, and the U.S. Supreme Court’s Women’s-Rights Cases.” Sociological Focus 55(1):1-26.

McCammon, Holly J., Minyoung Moon, Brittany N. Hearne, and Megan Robinson. 2020. “The Supreme Court as an Arena for Activism: Feminist Cause Lawyering’s Influence on Judicial Decision Making.” Mobilization: An International Quarterly 25(2):221-244.

McCammon, Holly J., Brittany N. Hearne, Allison R. McGrath, and Minyoung Moon. 2018. “Legal Mobilization and Analogical Legal Framing: Feminist Litigators' Use of Race-Gender Analogies.” Law & Policy 40(1): 57-78.

McCammon, Holly J., Allison R. McGrath, David J. Hess, and Minyoung Moon. 2018. “Women, Leadership, and the U.S. Environmental Movement.” Pp. 312-333 in 100 Years of the Nineteenth Amendment: An Appraisal of Women’s Political Activism, edited by Holly J. McCammon and Lee Ann Banaszak. Oxford University Press.

McCammon, Holly J. and Minyoung Moon. 2016. “Social Movement Coalitions” in The Oxford Handbook of Social Movements, Pp. 326-339, edited by Donatella della Porta and Mario Diani. Oxford University Press.


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