I am from Singapore. I am a doctoral candidate at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Social Work.
I am a social work researcher interested in parenting, family services in the community, risk assessment, and child protection services. I also identify as a methodologist where the through line connecting my research interests involved the use of computational social science methods and advanced statistical methods.
My scholarly work can be accessed at Google Scholar – ResearchGate – GitHub
Interests. Parenting, Family Services, Risk Assessment in Child Protection, Textual Data Analysis, Computational Social Science
Associations Between Work-Family Balance, Parenting Stress, and Marital Conflicts During COVID-19 Pandemic in Singapore,
Community, Work, and Family Journal (Under review).
Gerard Chung, Carys Chen Xi Wen, Paul Lanier, Peace Wong
Text-mining open-ended survey responses using structural topic modeling: A practical demonstration to understand parents’ coping methods during COVID-19 pandemic in Singapore,
JSSWR (Under review).
Gerard Chung, Maria Rodriguez, Paul Lanier, Daniel Gibbs