You are invited to submit a paper for possible inclusion in the Asian Journal of Religion and Society issued by the Korean Association for the Sociology of Religion (KASR). This journal aims to provide a platform for researchers and practitioners to present new research and developments in the area of the Sociology of Religion. Areas of interest for this journal include, but are not limited to, the following topics: the conflict and reconciliation between different religions, cooperation and competition, current social issues and religion etc. We welcome papers on any related topics. Authors of accepted papers may be invited to present their work at upcoming conferences held by the Korean Association for the Sociology of Religion.
Timely submission of the papers is critical to the success of the publication. The procedures and timetable enumerated below will apply. The paper should include a title, name of author, the text, and references (refer to the KASR website for additional guidelines). Authors must include their contact information, and manuscripts should be submitted via e-mail to the Korean Association for the Sociology of Religion at email@example.com. Please put AJRS submission in the title.
Notification of Results
According to ‘Article 6 (Decision/Notification)’ of the Regulations for Review and Publication of the AJRS(http://www.kasr.kr/), decision results will be notified in the following terms. Following are the meaning of the terms.
Manuscripts will be sorted by the following criteria.
- Originality of ideas
- Clarity of presentation
- Thorough review of literature
Papers must follow the guidelines in the Journal Format of the AJRS on the KASR website. Additional guidance concerning the Editorial Board , and Research Ethics is also available on the KASR website. We look forward to receiving manuscripts in response to the call, and will be happy to respond to inquiries from interested parties. Questions may be addressed to the KASR e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Your participation in this effort to produce new papers will contribute to the written body of knowledge in the area of the Sociology of Religion.