Park, J.J. (2011). “I needed to get out of my Korean bubble”: An ethnographic account of Korean American collegians juggling diversity in a religious context. Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 42(3), 193-212.
Park, J.J. & Millora, L.M. (2010). Psychological well-being for White, Black, Latino/a, and Asian American students: Considering spirituality and religion. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 47(4), 1-18.
Park, J.J. (2010). Race, religion, and campus: A case study of using faith to dialogue about race. Spirituality in Higher Education Newsletter. Vol 5, Issue 4, Article 3. [a shorter, more accessible version of some of my work on intervarsity and race/diversity]
Park, J.J. (2012). It takes a village (or an ethnic economy): The varying roles of socioeconomic status, religion, and social capital in SAT Preparation for Chinese and Korean American students. American Educational Research Journal, 49(4), 624-650.
Park, J.J., & Chang, M.J. (2009). Asian American Pacific Islander serving institutions: The motivations and challenges behind seeking a federal designation. AAPI Nexus: Policy, Practice, and Community, 7(2), 107-125.
Park, J.J., Lin, M.H., Poon, O.A., & Chang, M.J. (2008). Asian American college students and civic engagement. In Ong, P. (Ed.), The state of Asian America: The trajectory of civic and political engagement (pp. 75-98). Los Angeles: LEAP Asian Pacific American Public Policy Institute.
Chang, M.J., Park, J.J., Lin, M.H., Poon, O.A., Nakanishi, D. (2007). Beyond myths: The growth and diversity of Asian American college freshmen: 1971-2005. Los Angeles: UCLA Higher Education Research Institute.