I. Political Sociology & Social Movements II. Social Networks & Methodology
I. Political Sociology and Social Movements
2019 Suh, Chan S. “More than Words: Legal Professional Activism and the Prevention of Torture in South Korea.”
Human Rights Quarterly: forthcoming.
2017 Suh, Chan S., Ion Bogdan Vasi, and Paul Y. Chang. “How Social Media Matter: Repression and the Diffusion of the
Occupy Wall Street Movement.” Social Science Research 65: 282-93 [link].
2016 Vasi, Ion Bogdan and Chan S. Suh. “Online Activities, Spatial Proximity, and the Diffusion of the Occupy Wall Street
Movement in the United States.” Mobilization 21(2): 139-54 [link].
2016 Suh, Chan S. Review of How Social Movements Die: Repression and Demobilization of the Republic of New
Africa (Cambridge University Press) by Christian Davenport. Contemporary Sociology 45(4): 429-30 [link].
2015 Suh, Chan S. “Democracy and the Making of Contentious Policy: The Role of Democracy in the Abolition of the
Death Penalty, 1950-2010.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 56(5): 314-337 [link].
2014 Suh, Chan S. “Differential Participation in Professional Activism: The Case of the Guantánamo Habeas Lawyers.”
Mobilization 19(3): 287-307 [link].
2012 Suh, Chan S., Paul Y. Chang, and Yisook Lim. “Spill-Up and Spill-Over of Trust: An Extended Test of Cultural and
Institutional Theories in South Korea.” Sociological Forum 27(2): 505-527 [link].
2011 Suh, Chan S., Eun Sil Oh, and Yoon S. Choi. “Institutionalization of the Women’s Movement and Gender
Legislation.” Pp. 151-170 in Gi-Wook Shin and Paul Y. Chang, eds., South Korean Social Movements: From
Democracy to Civil Society. London and New York: Routledge.
II. Social Networks and Methodology
2019 Lim, Yisook and Chan S. Suh*. “Where Is My Partner? The Role of Gender in the Formation of Entrepreneurial
Businesses.” Small Business Economics: forthcoming (*corresponding author) [link].
2018 Shi, Yongren, Yisook Lim, and Chan S. Suh*. “Innovation or Deviation? The Relationship between Boundary
Crossing and Audience Evaluation in the Music Field.” PLoS ONE 13(10): e0203065 (*corresponding author) [link].
2018 Behler, Rachel, Chan S. Suh, Matthew E. Brashears, and Yongren Shi. “Familiar Faces, Familiar Spaces: Social
Similarity and Co-Presence in Non-Relational Behavioral Convergence.” Network Science 6(3): 396-429 [link].
2017 Brashears, Matthew E., Michael Genkin, and Chan S. Suh. “In the Organization’s Shadow: How Individual Behavior is
Shaped by Organizational Leakage.” American Journal of Sociology 123(3): 787-849 [link].
2017 Suh, Chan S., Yongren Shi, and Matthew E. Brashears. “Negligible Connections? The Role of Familiar Others in the
Diffusion of Smoking among Adolescents.” Social Forces 96(1): 423-48 [link].
2016 Suh, Chan S., Matthew E. Brashears, and Michael Genkin. “Gangs, Clubs, and Alcohol: The Effect of Organizational
Membership on Adolescent Drinking Behavior.” Social Science Research 58: 279-91 [link].