Korean Journal of Sociology

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Korean Journal of Sociology  
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Discipline Sociology
Language Korean, English
Edited by In Hee Hahm
Publication details
Publication history
Frequency Bimonthly
ISSN 1225-0120
Korean Journal of Sociology
Hangul 한국사회학
Revised Romanization Hanguksahoehak
McCune–Reischauer Hankuksahoehak

The Korean Journal of Sociology (Korean: Han'guk Sahoehak, 한국사회학) is a peer reviewed academic journal on sociology that was established in 1964. It is the official journal of the Korean Sociological Association and covers theoretical developments, results of qualitative or quantitative research that advance our understanding of Korean society, and related subjects.[1] The aim of the journal is to promote academic interaction and communication among sociologists in Korea and abroad.[1] The editor in chief is In Hee Hahm (Ewha Womans University). The journal was published quarterly between 1964 and 2000, but since 2001 is published bimonthly, with issues in Korean published in February, April, August and October (issues 1, 2, 4, 5) and issues in English published biannually in June and December (issues 3 and 6).[1] The journal is abstracted and indexed by CSA Illumina's Sociological Abstracts as a "core" journal.[2]


  1. ^ a b c "About the Korean Journal of Sociology". Korean Sociological Association. Retrieved 2010-04-08. 
  2. ^ "Sociological Abstracts - Current Serials Source List". Retrieved 2010-04-08. 

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