Comparative public policy, political communication and media, East Asian politics and public policy in Korea and Japan
B.A., Political Science, Ewha University
M.A., Political Science, The Pennsylvania State University
Ph.D., Political Science, The Pennsylvania State University
Jiso Yoon continues to work on a number of research projects related to advocacy and policymaking, comparative policy agendas, and women and politics. Specifically, the main themes she explores in her research are: how legacies of state-society relationship affect advocacy and policymaking in Korea and the US today; how changes in the governing party and leadership alter executive policy priorities in East Asia; and gender quotas and the political representation of women in Korea.
- Comparative Public Policy
- Comparative Political Communication
- East Asian Politics
Yoon, J., & Boydstun, A. (2014). Dominating the News. Journal of Public Policy, 34(2), 207-235.
Yoon, J. (2013). Who Receives Media Attention in South Korea: Analyzing Internal and External Pluralism in the News Coverage of Policy Debates. Asian Journal of Political Science, 21(2), 126-147.