I am a social scientist interested in social networks, mathematical sociology, and computational social science. I study social influence in the political, economic, and school contexts. My research aims to enhance an understanding on various substantive topics including political polarization, product diffusion, friendship segregation, and intergroup relations. Methodologically, I use agent-based modeling, field experiments, and longitudinal network analysis. I am currently a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Northeastern University's Network Science Institute and D'Amore-McKim School of Business, working in the Collective Social Systems lab.
Bail, Christopher A., Lisa Argyle, Taylor Brown, John Bumpus, Haohan Chen, M. B. Fallin Hunzaker, Jaemin Lee, Marcus Mann, Friedolin Merhout, and Alexander Volfovsky. 2018. “Exposure to Opposing Views on Social Media Can Increase Political Polarization.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1804840115
Trinh, Sarah L., Jaemin Lee, Carolyn T. Halpern, and James Moody. 2018. “Our Buddies, Ourselves: The Role of Sexual Homophily in Adolescent Friendship Networks.” Child Development https://doi.org/10.1111/cdev.13052
Lee, Jaemin and Jeonghan Kang. 2011. “지식생산의 구조와 이론사회학의 위상: 『사회와 이론의 키워드 네트워크 분석』2004~2010. [Mapping Knowledge Domains: The Structure of Knowledge Production and the Status of Theory in Sociology 2004-2010]” 사회와이론 [Society and Theory] 19(2): 89-144. http://www.dbpia.co.kr/Journal/ArticleDetail/NODE02248730
Work in Progress
"Disentangling Segregation and Conflict: Crowds, Race, and the Formation of Enmities in Adolescence"
"The Social Origins of Political Polarization"
BA 2009, MA 2012