Yongjun (Josh) is a PhD candidate from School of Sociology at University of Arizona, and his main research interests lie in the intersection of social movements, organizations, networks, and stratification. Specifically, he uses statistical, computational, and network methods to study social, economic, cultural, and political consequences of social movements. He is also interested in family research and social demography. His work on the cohabitation effect and school segregation has been (will be) published in Journal of Marriage and Family and Demography.