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Subject[Panel Study on Korean Children] Call for Papers

Date 2016-06-10 13:44 Hit 1755

7th International Conference of Panel Study on Korean Children 2016

November 24, 2016, Seoul, Korea

 

Panel study on Korean Children (PSKC), conducted by the Korea Institute of Child Care and Education (KICCE), is a longitudinal survey of a nationwide sample of Korean families with young children. Data of PSKC have been collected from the same families annually since 2008. KICCE has been released the panel study data to the public in order to encourage scholars to use the data for their research projects in related areas.

The goal of the 7th PSKC international conference is to share  findings and experiences from longitudinal panel studies on children in other countries. At the forthcoming conference, Dr. Kathy Sylva from England and Dr. Bernhard Kalicki from Germany will present on their panel studies as keynote speakers.

We expect papers are based on longitudinal data from PSKC or any other international panel studies on children. Domestic and international scholars who work on child development, child education, and related policies are welcome to submit proposals.

Guidelines for Proposal Submission

Please send your proposal to panel@kicce.re.kr by June 30, 2016. Abstracts should be written in English and include information about authors, the panel data used, and a description of the study (see below). Notification of acceptance will be sent by July 7, 2016. Full papers of accepted abstracts should be submitted by October 9, 2016. Please visit the PSKC website (http://panel.kicce.re.kr) for more information.

Timeline and important dates:

Ø  Abstract submission due: June 30

Ø  Notification of acceptance of the abstract:: July 7

Ø  Full paper submission Due: Oct 9

Ø  Notification of acceptance of the paper: Oct 31

Ø  Conference date: Nov 24

Proposal should include:

Ø  All authors’ name, the highest level of degree, affiliation, e-mail address, phone number

Ø  The title of the panel data used (URL of the panel homepage)

Ø  Subjects of the study, importance of the study, research questions or hypotheses, methods and analytic plan, expected results

 

For further inquiries, please contact Dr. Sook In Cho at chosook@kicce.re.kr.
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