黎芸靈 老師

黎芸靈 老師

職稱:助理教授

學歷:美國維吉尼亞理工大學(Virginia Tech) 社會學系博士

分機:04-23590121#36518

E-mail:yunlingli@thu.edu.tw

個人簡介

我的專業背景結合社會工作及社會學,研究亦以實務應用為取向;在學術養成過程中,首先接受社會工作的訓練,在研究所則以婦女、移民及勞動議題為主。取得博士學位後先於美國擔任博士後研究數年,鑽研並推動性別、族群平權相關的議題,後於2021年時回台,並在2022年時正式擔任教職。

社會工作作為專業助人的行業,背後需有許多專業的知識與技能支撐,方能有效且妥切地協助案主。我期待我的教學及研究,能夠協助學生們在邁向社工專業的路上,除了學習到應有的專業技能之外,更要秉持以人為本的學習及工作態度,同時能夠發展出批判但寬容的思辨能力,在走出大學校園之際,能夠對自己的未來發展有更清楚的圖像。

經歷

2023 – 東海大學社會工作學系專任助理教授
2022-2023 – 朝陽科技大學社會工作系專案助理教授
2017-2022 – 博士後研究人員,University of Massachusetts Lowell

專長

質性研究方法
性別、族群平等議題
多元文化議題

研究興趣與領域

性別與職場
性別與移民
性別與高等教育
職家平衡
多元交織性(intersectionality)

開授課程

社會工作概論
非營利組織管理
社會心理學
社會學
多元文化社會工作
家庭社會工作
社會行銷與公共關係

研究成果

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  • Li, Yun Ling, Evans, K., & Bond, M. A. (2023). Allies as organizational change agents to promote equity and inclusion: a case study. Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, 42(1), 135-156. https://doi.org/10.1108/EDI-12-2021-0308
  • Haynes-Baratz, M., Bond, M., Allen, C., Li, Y.L., & Metinyurt, T. (2022). Challenging gendered microaggressions in the academy: A social ecological analysis of bystander action among faculty. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 15(4), 521-535. https://doi.org/10.1037/dhe0000315 (SSCI, Impact Factor: 2.703) 
  • Haynes-Baratz, M.,Metinyurt, T., Li, Y.L., Gonzales, J., & Bond, M. (2021).Bystander training for faculty: A promising approach to tackling microaggressions. [Special Issue]. New Ideas in Psychology. (SSCI, Impact Factor: 2.621)
  • Li, Yun Ling (2020). First-generation immigration women faculty’s workplace experiences in the US universities – examples from China and Taiwan. Migration Studies, 8(2), 209-227. (SSCI, Impact Factor: 1.917)
  • Li, Yun Ling (2022, November). “Allies as Organizational Change Agents to Promote Equity and Inclusion: A Case Study.” Presented at the 2022 Taiwanese Sociological Association annual meeting (台灣社會學年會), Pingtung, Taiwan.
  • Li, Yun Ling (2022, October). “Faculty’s Experiences of Working in A Virtual Workplace.” Presented at the 2022 Taiwanese Feminist Scholars Association annual meeting (女學會), Taipei, Taiwan.
  • Li, Yun Ling (January 2020). “A new approach for developing a training model – Train the trainers.” Presented at the 2020 winter meeting of the Sociologists for Women in Society, San Diego, CA.
  • Li, Yun Ling, Meg A. Bond, & Michelle Haynes-Baratz (January 2020). “Active bystander training – Development and evaluation” Presented at the 2020 winter meeting of the Sociologists for Women in Society, San Diego, CA.
  • Li, Yun Ling (January 2018). NSF ADVANCE Program: What we have learned and what can be done in the future” Presented at the 2018 winter meeting of the Sociologists for Women in Society, Atlanta, GA.
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