Da Move Lab (다무브랩) aims to provide a stable platform upon which graduate researchers can develop their ideas on human rights from the perspectives of social movements and social networks. The lab is organized by Chan S. Suh, an associate professor in the Department of Sociology at Chung-Ang University (CAU).
‘Da Move’ on the Move
Our collaborative research by Eunsoo Cho, Seulsam Lee, and Chan S. Suh, entitled “Between Ethnic Diversity and Immigration: Perceptions toward Immigrants in a Globalizing World”, is now accepted at Social Science Research, a prestigious international journal in social sciences. The initial idea and framework of the paper were first proposed in the undergraduate thesis by Eunsoo Cho at Chung-Ang Sociology in 2021.
Jeong-Don Kim, the Chairman of Miwon Holdings, has generously provided Du-myeong Fellowship to the graduate researchers who are proceeding their social scientific studies in the Da Move Lab. We are very grateful for the donation and support that he gave to facilitate social scientific research in our lab.
Sidney Tarrow, an emiritus professor at Cornell University who is recognized for his pioneering research in social movements and contentious politics, has sent a message to our lab: “Congratulations on the launch of Da Move, the first —and so far the only— Korean lab to focus on the actions and the strategies of social movements. I welcome the fact that the Asian country with the most active social movement scene will take the lead in research on social movement activism.”
중앙대 사회학과 ‘다무브랩’