Seung-Eun Cha received her Ph.D. in Human Development and Family Studies from Seoul National University. Her doctoral dissertation dealt with examining the impact of the family role, as spouse and parent, on individual health experience, based on gender difference. After receiving her Ph.D. her research interests expanded to midlife development, life transition issues, and retirement issues. Currently Cha is working at the University of Suwon as an associate professor, using time use survey data to focus on the field of leisure, sleep, and time pressure. Cha has been involved in a research project that deals with sleep and health issues (“Sleeplessness in Korea”). Cha has published several papers dealing with time related stress, time pressure and time poverty. Her research paper ‘Social acceleration vs. slowdown’ in Development and Society (2017) tried to understand the time pressure trend during the past decade in Korean society and how time pressure experience diverge by social groups.
CWE-GAM Working Paper Contributions:
“Glimpse on Family Caregivers’ Context: Actual vs. Desired Time for Elderly Care” – Seung-Eun Cha & Hyuna Moon
“An Overview of Care Policies and the Status of Care Workers in South Korea” – Ito Peng, Seung-Eun Cha, & Hyuna Moon
CWE-GAM Methodology Report Contributions:
“The Qualitative Methodology and Survey Instruments: South Korea Field Work”– Hyuna Moon, Seung-Eun Cha, Ki-Soo Eun, Eunhye Kang & Ito Peng