Diversity and Social Justice
This is another main research area of mine, exploring cultural diversity and social justice issues in arts administration and museum management. I became interested in these issues as I personally feel the effect of an exclusive and unjust society on a daily basis as a person of color, a woman, and an immigrant. Therefore, I naturally gravitate to research topics in these areas. This section includes several examples of my research in this area.
Refereed Journal Articles
Jung, Y. & Schinberg, J. (expected completion in 2018). Gender gap in citations: Unconscious gender bias in arts administration scholarship.
Jung, Y. (2016). Contemporary understanding of Harlem on My Mind: What can we learn from an art museum’s early attempt toward culturally inclusive practice? The International Journal of the Inclusive Museum, 10(1), 41-50. 10.18848/1835-2014/CGP/v10i01/41-50.
Jung, Y. (2015). Diversity matters: Theoretical understanding of and suggestions for the current fundraising practices of nonprofit art museums. The Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society, 45(4), 255-268. https://doi.org/10.1080/10632921.2015.1103672.
Jung, Y. (2015). Harlem on My Mind: A step toward promoting cultural diversity in art museums. The International Journal of the Inclusive Museum, 7(2), 1-13. 10.18848/1835-2014/CGP/v07i02/44483.
Jung, Y., & Love, A. R. (2017). Systems thinking and museum ecosystem. In Y. Jung & A. Love (Eds.), Systems thinking in museums: Theory and practice (pp. 3-16), Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield.
Jung, Y. (2014). Class exclusion: Challenges of an art museum trying to connect with its blue collar community. In J. B. Acuff & L. Evans (eds.), Multiculturalism in art museums today (pp. 127-144). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc.
Jung, Y. (2014). The ignorant museum: Transforming the elitist museum into an inclusive learning place. In (no ed.) 10 Must Reads: Inclusion – Empowering New Audiences (pp. 318-339). Edinburgh, U.K.: MuseumsETC.