CFP: Child Studies in Asia-Pacific Contexts


Child Studies in Asia-Pacific Contexts

ISSN: 2288-601X

 Child Studies in Asia-Pacific Contexts (CSAC) is a multidisciplinary international journal that publishes papers on children’s development in diverse social and cultural contexts in Asia Pacific region. CSAC’s paramount aim is to examine biological, emotional, cognitive, social, and cultural development of children; the role of social and cultural contexts, such as family, educare setting, school, and community, in children’s development; the interaction between development and context; and its theoretical and practical implications, including social policies for children.

We publish in February and August and are now accepting papers for publication in the 2014 August issue.

The submission deadline for publication in the August issue is June 1, 2014.

To submit, please visit our homepage at


Editorial Board:


Soon Hyung Yi, Seoul National University, Korea


Catherine McBride-Chang, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Feng-Ming Tsao, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Gisela Trommsdorff, Universitat Konstanz, Germany

Ingrid Schoon, University of London, United Kingdom

Jean Phinney, California State University at Los Angeles, USA

Joseph Tobin, Arizona State University, USA

Judi Mesman, Leiden University, Netherlands

Jung-Sook Lee, University of New South Wales, Australia

Katariina Salmela-Aro, University of Helsinki, Finland

Kenneth H. Rubin, University of Maryland, USA

Leher Singh, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Marc H. Bornstein, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, USA

Masako Ishii-Kuntz, Ochanomizu University, Japan

Min Ju Kang, Yonsei University, Korea

Mutsumi Imai, Keio University, Japan

Myoung Soon Kim, Yonsei University, Korea

Paul E. Jose, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Robert E. Emery, University of Virginia, USA

Sara Harkness, University of Connecticut, USA

Sing Lau, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong

Yanjie Su, Peking University, China


Grace Chung, Seoul National University, USA


Important Features of CSAC:

Committed to SPEEDY review and publication

One of the most important features of CSAC is speedy review and rapid publication.

For all submitted manuscripts, we strive to complete the first round review within 3 weeks

and publish and accepted manuscript within 6 months of initial submission.


Authors’ Guidelines:

+ All manuscripts must be prepared in English.

+ Review paper is warmly welcome.

+ Submit your paper through the CSAC website:

+ To expedite the review process, please format your reference as the guideline.

+ Please visit journal homepage for more information and to view our issues.

Best Regards,

Editorial Office of CSAC