Dr. Hong Song-Iee

Department of Social Welfare

Dongguk University, South Korea

Associate Professor



Associate Professor, Department of Social Welfare, Dongguk University, South Korea

Publications (selected)

  1. Hong, S-I. (2013). Critical review on the Singapore housing policy for older adults.Hallym Journal of Aging Studies. 1(1), 85-102.
  2. Hong, S-I. & Morrow-Howell, N. (2013). Increasing older adults’ benefits from institutional capacity of volunteer programs. Social Work Research. 37(2), 99-108.
  3. Han, C-K., & Hong, S-I. (2013). Trajectories of volunteering and self-esteem in later life: Does wealth matter? Research on Aging. 35(5, 571-590.
  4. Tse, S., Hong, S-I., Wang, C-W, Cunningham-Williams, R. (2012). Gambling behavior and problems among older adults: A systematic review of empirical studies. Journal of Gerontology: Social Science. 67(5), 639-652.
  5. Tan, W. J., Hong, S-I., Luo N., Tong, J. L. & Yap, P. (2012). The lay public’s understanding and perception of dementia in a developed Asian nation. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders. 2(1), 433-444.
  6. Choi, H. & Hong, S-I. (2012). Cultural influence affecting the relation between caregiver strain patterns and well-being among Korean caregivers. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development. 21(2), 5-20.
  7. Hong, S-I., Hasche, L. & Lee, M. (2011). Service use barriers differentiating caregivers’ patterns of service use. Ageing & Society. 31(8) 1307-1329.
  8. Morrow-Howell, N., Hong, S-I., McCrary S., Blinne, W. (2011). Changes in activity among older volunteers. Research on Aging. 34 (2) 174-196.
  9. Rozario, P. & Hong, S-I. (2011). Doing it “Right” by Your Parents in Singapore: A Political Economy Examination of the Maintenance of Parents Act of 1995. Critical Social Policy. 31 (4) 607-627.
  10. Han, C-K. & Hong, S-I. (2011). Assets and life satisfaction patterns among Korean older adults: Latent Class Analysis. Social Indicators Research. 100 (2), 225-240.
  11. Hong, S-I. & Morrow-Howell, N (2010). Health outcomes of Experience Corps®: A high commitment volunteer program. Social Science & Medicine. 71(2), 414-420.
  12. Hong, S-I. & Park, E. (2010). Critical review of older adults’ caregiving-related programs and policies in South Korea. China Journal of Social Work. 3 (2), 219-229.
  13. Hong, S-I. (2010). Understanding heterogeneous service utilizations among informal caregivers of community older adults. The Gerontologist, 50(1), 87-99.
  14. Hong, S-I. Hasche, L. & Bowland, S. (2009). Structural relationship between social activities and longitudinal trajectories of depression among older adults. The Gerontologist, 49(1), 1-11.
  15. Hong, S-I., Sacco, P. & Cunningham-Williams, R. (2009). An empirical typology of lifetime and current gambling behaviors and its impact on current health status of older adults. Aging and Mental Health,13(2), 265-273.
  16. Hong, S-I. & Chen, L. (2009). Contribution of residential relocation and life to the structure of health trajectories. Journal of Aging and Health, 21(2), 244-265.
  17. Hong, S-I., Morrow-Howell, N., Tang, F. & Hinterlong, J. (2009). Engaging older adults in volunteering: conceptualizing and measuring institutional capacity. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 38(2), 200-219.
  18. Tang, F., Morrow-Howell, N., & Hong, S-I. (2009) Institutional facilitation in sustained volunteering among volunteers age 50 and older. Social Work Research,33(3),172-182. Morrow-Howell, N., Hong, S-I. & Tang, F. (2009). Who benefits from volunteering? The Gerontologist, 49(1), 91-102.
  19. Tang, F., Morrow-Howell, N., & Hong, S-I. (2009). Inclusion of diverse older populations in volunteering: The importance of institutional facilitation. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 38 (5), 810-827.
  20. Hong, S-I., Morrow-Howell, N., Proctor, E, Wentz, J., & Rubin, E. (2008). The quality of medical care for comorbid conditions of depressed elders. Aging and Mental Health. 12(3), 323-332.
  21. Cunningham-Williams, R. & Hong, S-I. (2007). A latent class analysis of problem gambling among a sample of community-recruited gamblers. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 195(11), 939-947.

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