Hyunjune Lee

Hyunjune Lee earned his BSW from the Seoul National University and MSW from the University of Michigan with a concentration in policy evaluation and community organizing. He has worked as a student intern at various children and youth agencies in both South Korea and the United States, including Childfund Korea, the Washtenaw Area Council for Children, and the Student Advocacy Center of Michigan. His work experiences throughout the internships encompass the areas of interpersonal intervention, community organizing, and program/policy evaluation. He has contributed to managing educational services for children from low-income families, developing countywide suicide prevention strategies for middle and high school students, research on anti-bullying strategies, education advocacy, and program evaluation. His primary academic interests cover understanding the impact of socially formed gender norms and prior exposure to violence on youth’s aggressive behaviors. He is interested in taking a feminist approach to understanding youth violence. He is also interested in learning and implementing mixed methods for his research as a Doctoral student at MSASS. Advanced to candidacy in the Spring of 2020.

Recent Publications

 Lee, H., Russell, K. N., O’Donnell, K. A., Miller, E. K., Bender, A. E., Scaggs, A. L., ... & Berg, K. A.  (2022). The effect of childhood intimate partner violence (IPV) exposure on bullying: A systematic review.   Journal of Family Violence, 1-18. [Impact Factor: 2.183]       

Voith, L.A., Lee, H., Salas Atwell, M., King, J., McKinney, S., Russell, K., & Withrow, A. A. (2022). Phenomenological study identifying facilitators and barriers to Black and Latinx youth’s engagement in hospital-based violence intervention programs. Health and Social Care in the Community, 1-12.

Francis, M. W., Jemal, A., Voith, L.A., Lee, H., Korsch-Williams, A. E., Ortega-Williams, A., Hamler, T., & Lopez, J. (2022). In Abrams, L. S., Edmonds Crewe, S., Detlaff, A. J., & Herbert Williams, J. (Eds.) Radically imagining anti-racist social work research using a trauma-informed, socially-just framework. Social Work, White Supremacy, and Racial Justice: Reckoning with Our History, Interrogating our Present, Re-Imagining our Future.  (Vol. 3, pp. ??-??). Oxford University Press. 

Voith, L.A., Lee, H., Russell, K.N., & Korsch-Williams, A.E. (2021) Understanding how relational health effects intimate partner violence perpetration among low-income, Black, Indigenous, men of color exposed to adverse childhood experiences: An exploratory study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18, 3890. 

Evans, K. E., Lee, H., Russell, K. N., Holmes, M. R., Berg, K. A., Bender, A. E., & Prince, D. M. (2021). Adolescent dating violence among youth exposed to intimate partner violence: A systematic review.    Journal of Family Violence, 1-18. 

Russell, K. N., Voith, L. A., & Lee, H.  (2021). Randomized controlled trials evaluating adolescent dating violence prevention programs with an outcome of reduced perpetration and/or victimization: A meta-analysis. Journal of Adolescence, 87, 6-14. 

Voith, L. A., Lee, H., & Russell, K. (2020). How trauma, depression, and gender roles lead to intimate partner violence perpetration among a sample of predominately low-income Black, indigenous, men of color: A mixed methods study.  Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 0886260520967139. 

Voith, L. A., Russell, K., Lee, H., & Anderson, R. E. (2020). Adverse childhood experiences, trauma symptoms, mindfulness, and intimate partner violence: Therapeutic implications for marginalized men.  Family Process, 59(4), 1588-1607. 

Voith, L. A., Hamler, T., Francis, M., Lee, H., & Korsch-Williams, A. (2020). Employing a trauma-informed, socially just research framework with marginalized populations: Practices and barriers to implementation. Social Work Research, 44(3), 169-181. 


Francis, M. W., Jemal, A., Voith, L.A., Lee, H., Korsch-Williams, A. E. (2022). "Building the Dream Space Collective: If you dream it….We can unbecome."   Council on Social Work Education 68th Annual Program Meeting. Anaheim, CA. 

Voith, L. A., Lee, H., & McKinney, S. J.  (2023). "Construction of fatherhood among previously incarcerated, socioeconomically disadvantaged, predominantly Black fathers: A grounded theory study." Society for Social Work and Research 27th Annual Conference: Social Work Science and Complex Problems: Battling Inequities + Building Solutions, Phoenix, AZ.