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The Korean Society of Criminology in America (KOSCA) is a non-profit, academic organization that pursues scholarly research and professional activities in Korea-related criminology and criminal justice areas. The main goal of the KOSCA is to bring together in one multi-disciplinary society of academics, researchers, policymakers, administrators, and practitioners who are actively engaged in Korea-related research, teaching, and practice. The mission of the KOSCA is to promote comparative research studies, publications, and professional activities in the field of Korea-related criminology and criminal justice. Membership is open to all ASC and ACJS members as well as Koreans and Korean Americans.

Upcoming Event

 ACJS 57th Annual Meeting 

March 24 - 28, 2020 in San Antonio

San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter Hotel
101 Bowie Street
San Antonio, Texas 78205

 ASC Annual Meeting 

November 18 - 21, 2020 in Washington, D.C.
Washington D.C. Marriott Marquis
" Crime and Justice Theory and Research: Thinking Outside the Box"



March 05, 2020


Journal of Criminal Justice Education SPECIAL ISSUE

Teaching about Victimization in the #MeToo Era


Guest Editors: Lisa Growette Bostaph, Boise State University, Alison Cares, University of Central Florida, and Bonnie S. Fisher, University of Cincinnati


Quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research designs are welcome.

Call for abstracts: We invite those who are interested to submit a 250-word abstract that describes their proposed article.  Included in this abstract are:  1) the objectives of the article, 2) a description of the methodology and 3) findings, if relevant.  Abstracts need to be emailed as a Microsoft Word document to SPECIALISSUEJCJE@GMAIL.COM no later than May 1, 2020.

CALL FOR PAPERS: Upcoming Special Issue of Victims & Offenders

February 27, 2020

The Changing Face of Financial Crime: New Technologies, New Offenders, New Victims, and New Strategies for Prevention and Control

Special Issue Editor: Donald Rebovich, Utica College

We welcome papers that address one or more of these questions drawing on qualitative or quantitative methods. Prior to submitting a paper, please email a 500-word abstract/proposal to Donald Rebovich (drebovi@utica.edu) by March 30, 2020.  If your abstract/proposal is selected, we will invite you to submit a paper to this special issue. Due date for final manuscript submission will be June 15, 2020. All submissions will undergo anonymous peer review.

If you have questions, please contact the Corresponding Guest Editor: Donald Rebovich at drebovi@utica.edu [Note:  Please put “Special Issue” in the subject line. ]

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