Publications

Ann H. Kim

Department of Sociology * York University * 4700 Keele Street * Toronto, ON, M3J 1P3 * Canada

416-736-2100 x.22678 (tel) * 416-736-5730 (fax) * annkim@yorku.ca

Professional Service
 

Refereed Journal Articles

Preston, Valerie, Ann H. Kim, Samantha Hudyma, Nancy Mandell, Meg Luxton and Julia Hemphill. 2013. "Gender, race and immigration: Aging and economic security in Canada."  Canadian Review of Social Policy.

Kim, Ann H. and Michael J. White. 2010. "Panethnicity, ethnic diversity and residential segregation." American Journal of Sociology 115(5): 1558-1596.

Kim, Ann H. and Monica Boyd. 2009. "Housing tenure and condos: Ownership by immigrant generations and the timing of arrival." Canadian Journal of Urban Research 18(1): 47-73.

Kim, Ann H. 2007. "The flow of labour and goods in Canada's international migration system." Canadian Studies in Population 34(2): 241-268.

Kim, Ann H. 2005. "Panethnicity and ethnic resources in residential integration: A comparative study of two host societies." Canadian Studies in Population 32(1): 1-28.

White, Michael J., Kim, Ann H. and Jennifer E. Glick. 2005. "Mapping social distance: Residential segregation in a multiethnic metro." Sociological Methods and Research 34(2): 173-203.

Books and Book Chapters

Preston, Valerie, Natalie Weiser, Katharine King, Nancy Mandell, Ann H. Kim and Meg Luxton. Forthcoming. “Worked to Death: Diverse Experiences of Economic Security among Older Immigrants.” Chapter in Kilbride, Kenise Murphy (ed), Immigrant Integration: Research Implications for Future Policy. Canadian Scholars’ Press Inc.

Mandell, Nancy, Katharine King, Natalie Weiser, Valerie Preston, Larry Lam, Ann Kim, and Meg Luxton. Forthcoming. “Building Bridges with Senior Immigrant Groups: Do CAP protocols work?” Chapter 7 in Berman, Rachel (ed), Corridor Talk: Canadian Feminist Scholars Share Stories of Research Partnerships. Toronto: Inanna Publications.

Kim, Ann H. 2013. “Retiring Immigrants: Korean Seniors’ Lives After Migration to Canada.” Chapter in Klassen, Thomas (ed), The Aging Tiger: South Korea’s Mandatory Retirement Predicament. New York: Routledge.

Kim, Ann H., Sung Hyun Yun, Wansoo Park, and Samuel Noh. 2012. "Explaining the Migraton Strategy: Comparing Transnational and Intact Migrant Families from South Korea to Canada. Chapter in Pyong Gap Min (ed) Koreans in North America: Their twenty-first century experiences. New York: Lexington Books.

Noh, Samuel, Ann H. Kim and Marianne S. Noh (eds). 2012. Korean immigrants in Canada: Perspectives on migration, integration and the family. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Kim, Ann H. and Chedly Belkhodja. 2012. "Emerging gateways in the Atlantic: The institutional and family context of Korean migration to New Brunswick." in Korean Immigrants in Canada: Perspectives on Migration, Integration and the Family. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Kim, Ann H., Samuel Noh and Marianne S. Noh. 2012. "Introduction: historical context and contemporary research." in Korean Immigrants in Canada: Perspectives on Migration, Integration and the Family. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Mujahid, Ghazy, Ann H. Kim and Guida Man. 2011. "Transnational intergenerational support: Implications of population aging in Mainland China for the Chinese in Canada." Chapter 14 in Huhua Cao and Vivienne Poy (eds) The China challenge: Sino-Canadian relations in the 21st century. Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa Press.

Kim, Ann H. 2010. "Filial piety, financial independence and freedom: Explaining the living arrangements of older Korean immigrants." Chapter in Durst, Douglas and Michael MacLean (eds) Diversity and aging among immigrant seniors in Canada: Changing faces and greying temples. Calgary, AB: Detselig Enterprises Ltd.

Kim, Ann H. 2009. The social context of residential integration: Ethnic groups in the United States and Canada. El Paso, TX: LFB Scholarly Publishing LLC.

Other Contributions

Kim, Ann H. 2012. “Ethnicity and Integration” by John Stillwell and Maarten van Ham, editors (Book review). Canadian Studies in Population.

Kim, Ann H. 2012. “Adopted Territory: Transnational Korean Adoptees and the Politics of Belonging” by Eleana J. Kim (book review). Ethnic and Racial Studies 35(7):1343-1344.

Kim, Ann H. and Chedly Belkhodja. 2010. The Provincial Nominee Program, New Immigrant Destinations and Community Capacity: Korean Immigrant Settlement, Integration and Host Society Reception in New Brunswick: Final Report. Report funded by the New Brunswick Population Growth Secretariat. August.

Kim, Ann H. 2010. The Mobility Experiences of Immigrants and the Canadian Born, and Homeownership. Final Report. CMHC – Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation External Research Program. August.

Kim, Ann H. 2010. The Economic Integration of Koreans in Canada: Self-Employment and Social Integration. Report prepared in partnership with KCWA Family and Social Services and funded by CERIS-The Ontario Metropolis Centre. July.

Kim, Ann H. 2009. "Jamaican immigrants in the United States and Canada: Race, transnationalism and social capital" by Terry-Ann Jones (Book Review). Contemporary Sociology 38(2): 147-148.

White, Michael J. and Ann H. Kim. 2007. "Urban ecology." Entry in the Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Ritzer, George (ed). Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

White, Michael J. and Ann H. Kim. 2005. "Residential segregation." Entry in the Encyclopedia of Social Measurement. Elsevier Inc.

Conference Presentations

Immigration, Transnationalism and Household Labour Dynamics. With Min-Jung Kwak, Eunjung Lee, Sung Hyun Yun, Wansoo Park and Samuel Noh. 2013. International Union for the Scientific Study of Population. Busan, South Korea. August 26-31.

Migration in Later Life and Economic Insecurity. With Karen Robson. 2013. Population Association of America. New Orleans, LA. April 11-13.

L'apport d’une autre diversité à un tissu urbain. Le cas de l’immigration sud-coréenne au Nouveau-Brunswick. With Chedly Belkhodja. 2012. International Council for Canadian Studies Biennial Conference. Ottawa, ON. May 22-24.

Income Security, Ethnicity, Citizenship Status and Well-Being among Immigrant Seniors. With Nancy Mandell, Valerie Preston, Meg Luxton and Karen Robson. 2012. 14th National Metropolis Conference. Toronto, ON. March 2.

 

Transnationalism, Integration and Implications of Citizenship among the Highly Mobile. With Min-Jung Kwak. 2012. 14th National Metropolis Conference. Toronto, ON. March 1. 

Patterns and Implications of Citizenship among the Highly Mobile. With Min-Jung Kwak. 2012. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting. New York, NY. February 27.

Understanding the link between transnationalism and integration in Canada: The case of migrant families from South Korea. 2011. Metropolis International. Ponta Delgada, Portugal. September 14.

From immigrant to entrepreneur: The genesis of an ethnic economy. With Choong Ho Park. 2011. American Sociological Association Meetings, International Migration Roundtables. Las Vegas, NV. August 22.

Low Income Among Older Adults: Exploring the Effects of Gender, Race, Age and the Immigrant Experience. With Karen Robson. 2011. Canadian Sociological Association Meetings. Fredericton, NB. May 31.

Immigration and caregiving in Women's Lives . With Nancy Mandell. 2010. Global Studies Conference. Busan, South Korea. June 21.

Transnationalism among Korean families: A pilot study. With Wansoo Park, Sung Hyun Yun, Eunjung Lee. 2010. Global Studies Conference. Busan, South Korea. June 21.

Korean economic migrants in New Brunswick. 2010. 12th National Metropolis Conference. Montréal, QC. March 19.

Age at immigration and health: Preliminary results from the Canadian Community Health Survey. With Samuel Noh, Wansoo Park and Jungwee Park. 2009. International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics World Congress, Immigration Among Older Migrants of Color Symposium. Paris, France. July 8.

Maintenance or loss? The use of non-official languages by second and third-plus generation Canadians. With Stella Yon-Hee Park and Monica Boyd. 2009. Canadian Sociological Association Meetings. Ottawa, ON. May 28.

Moving to own: Mobility and homeownership among immigrants and the native-born. With Shervan Vafa. 2009. Population Association of America Meetings. Detroit, MI. May 1.

The economic security of immigrant seniors: Framing the questions. With Meg Luxton, Nancy Mandell, Valerie Preston, Karen Robson and Julia Hemphill. 2009. 11th National Metropolis Conference. Calgary, AB. March 21.

Korean senior care in the context of Korean community development in Toronto. 2009. 11th National Metropolis Conference. Calgary, AB. March 20.

The context of migration, ethnicity and families: The living arrangements of older Asian immigrants. 2008. American Sociological Association Meetings, International Migration Roundtables. Boston, MA. August 4.

Heritage language retention: Does it last even after generations? With Stella Yon-Hee Park and Monica Boyd. 2007. American Sociological Association Meetings, International Migration Roundtables. New York, NY. August 13.

Racial and ethnic differentials across the generations in home ownership and housing type. With Monica Boyd. 2007. Population Association of America Meetings. New York, NY. March 31.

Immigrant generations: The timing of arrival, homeownership and condos. With Monica Boyd. 2006. American Sociological Association Meetings. Montréal, QB. August 11.

Asian American versus Asian Canadian: Ethnic segregatioin and implications for a panethnic boundary. With Eric Fong. 2006. Population Association of America Meetings. Los Angeles, CA. March 31.

Panethnicity and ethnic resources in residential integration: A comparative study of two host societies. 2005. Canadian Population Society Meetings. London, ON. June 2.

Ethnicity and the social context: The residential integration of Iranians, Jamaicans, Vietnamese and Chinese. 2005. Population Association of America Meetings. Philadelphia, PA. March 31.

Panethnicity, ethnic diversity and residential segregation. With Michael J. White. 2004. American Sociological Association Meetings. San Francisco, CA. August 14.

Family cohesion and ethnic communities: Chinese, Italian and Mexican households, 1990 and 2000. With Calvin Goldscheider. 2004. Population Association of America Meetings. Boston, MA. April 2.

Mapping social distance: Ethnic residential segregation in a multiethnic metro. With Michael J. White and Jennifer E. Glick. 2003. Population Association of America Meetings. Minneapolis, MN. May 1.

Race and residential attainment: A microdata analysis. 2003. American Sociological Association Meetings, Community and Urban Sociology Roundtables. Atlanta, GA. August 16.

Determinants of international migration flows: Canada 1986-1996. 2003. Canadian Population Society Meetings. Halifax, NS. June 2. Best Student Paper Award.

The revolving door to food stamps: Does prior experience predict re-entry? 2003. Eastern Sociological Society Meetings. Philadelphia, PA. March 1.

Invited Presentations

People Matters: Human and Intellectual Exchanges between Canada and Korea in the 20th Century. 2013. Panel Member, KOWIN Conference on Past, Present and Future of Canadian-Korean Relations: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between Korea and Canada. Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto. April 27.

 

Ethnic Entrepreneurship and Generational Mobility among Koreans in Canada. 2013. Conference on Second-Generation Korean Experiences in North America. Research Center on Korean Community. Queen's College, CUNY. April 5-6.

Communicating Your Research: Journal Publication. 2013. Panel Discussion, Scholarly Communications Series, Faculty of Graduate Studies, York University. March 28.

Bridging the Knowledge Gap on Korean Immigrants. 2012. KOWIN Bridge the Gap Conference, Ryerson University. November 24.

Research with Immigrants: Building Knowledge and Partnerships. 2012. Special Presentation to South Korean Gyeonggi Provincial Government Delegation, CERIS – The Ontario Metropolis Centre. April 19.

Understanding the Link Between Transnationalism and Integration. 2011. Collaborative Graduate Program in Migration and Ethnic Relations Speakers Series, University of Western Ontario. December 8.

Scholarship Workshop. 2011. Graduate Programme in Sociology Workshop Series, York University. September 19.

Immigration in a Smaller Province: Lessons from New Brunswick. 2011. Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, a Signature UNB/STU Session, co-sponsored by the Canadian Sociological Association and the Atlantic Metropolis Centre. May 31.

 

Transnational Ties Across the Pacific: Families from South Korea in Canada. 2011. Plenary Session on Ties Across the Pacific, National Metropolis Conference. March 25.

 

Weaving the Strands: Finding Coherence in a Program of Research. 2011. Workshop on Critical Sociology Series. Department of Sociology, York University. January 14.

Expectedly Mobile? Korean Entrepreneurship and Immigrant Generations. 2010. CERIS-CRS Seminar. York University. December 1.

Longing for the Long Form: The Census Controversy. 2010. Graduate Programme in Sociology Workshop Series, York University. October 18.

Family Economic Strategies: Asian Ethnic Differences in Immigrant Entrepreneurship. 2010. Family, Children and Youth Priority Seminar, The Metropolis Project, Ottawa. October 14.

Explaining the migration strategy: Transnational and intact family migrants from South Korea to Canada. 2010. First International Conference on Korean Diasporic and Immigrant Communities’ Transnational Ties to Homeland. Research Center on Korean Community. Queen's College, CUNY. October 8.

"Worked to death": Gendered and racialized dimensions of economic security in later life. 2010. Seminar on Migrant Women in Canada: Refugees; Seniors; and Transnational (Kirogi) Families. Ewha Women's University, Seoul, Korea. June 25.

Development, migration strategies and prospects for integration: Understanding contemporary transnationalism among South Korean families. 2010. Asiatic Research Institute, Korea University, Seoul, Korea. June 23.

The research community and community research: Building knowledge and partnerships among Koreans. 2010. Plenary Session, Korean Canadian University Professors Forum (KCUPF) Annual Meeting, University of Toronto. May 1.

The economic integration of Korean immigrants and consequences for social engagement. With Tracy Nguyen. 2010. RDC Research Afternoon, Statistics Canada Research Data Centre, York University. April 27.

Surveying Korean transnationalism: Pilot test findings from the study on Toronto Korean Families. 2010. York Centre for Asian Research, York University, April 20.

Asian ethnic distinctions and the panethnic potential. 2010. Asian Diaspora Conference, Asian Diaspora Group, University of Toronto. March 6.

Aging immigrants and living arrangements: The intersection of culture and life in Canada. 2010. The Cultural Collective, Department of Psychology, York University. February 22.

Korean entrepreneurship as an immigrant family reality. 2010. Korean Canadian Community Research Enhancement Network, Toronto. February 17.

Beyond graduate school: Applying for jobs and postdocs. 2009. Professional Development Workshop Series, Graduate Programme in Sociology, York University. October 19.

Diversity and older adults: Intersectionality, economic security and housing. 2009. NICE (National Initiative for the Care of the Elderly) Special Panel Session on Ethnicity and Aging: Implications for Policy and Practice. Annual NICE Knowledge Exchange, Victoria University in the University of Toronto. May 21.

Contemporary issues in Korean immigration: Advancing a research agenda. 2008. Metropolis Brown Bag Seminar Series, Metropolis Project, Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Ottawa, December 16.

Welcoming Korean immigrants: Recent trends in Korean immigration and the move towards a research agenda. 2008. Annual Policy Research Symposium, Atlantic Metropolis Centre, Universi de Moncton. May 21.

Koreans in Canada. 2008. Guest lecture, Course on Asian Communities in Canada. Department of Sociology, University of Toronto. February 11.

Ethnic resources and the social context: A cross-national study of residential integration. 2004. Department of Sociology, University of Toronto. November 30.

The new immigration, ethnic diversity and residential segregation. With Michael J. White and Cathy Bueker. 2002. Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America, Brown University. October 17.

Segregation. With Michael J. White and Cathy Bueker. 2002. Department of Sociology Colloquia Series, Brown University. September 24.