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ICSTC 2017 : 19th International Conference on Sociological Theories of Crime

Hong Kong, China
December 4 - 5, 2017

Conference Code: 17HK12ICSTC

Conference Proceedings

All submitted conference papers will be blind peer reviewed by three competent reviewers. The peer-reviewed conference proceedings are indexed in the International Science Index (ISI), Google Scholar, Semantic Scholar, Zenedo, OpenAIRE, BASE, WorldCAT, Sherpa/RoMEO, and other index databases. Impact Factor Indicators.

Special Journal Issues

ICSTC 2017 has teamed up with the Special Journal Issue on Sociological Theories of Crime. A number of selected high-impact full text papers will also be considered for the special journal issues. All submitted papers will have the opportunity to be considered for this Special Journal Issue. The paper selection will be carried out during the peer review process as well as at the conference presentation stage. Submitted papers must not be under consideration by any other journal or publication. The final decision for paper selection will be made based on peer review reports by the Guest Editors and the Editor-in-Chief jointly. Selected full-text papers will be published online free of charge.

Conference Sponsor and Exhibitor Opportunities

The Conference offers the opportunity to become a conference sponsor or exhibitor. To participate as a sponsor or exhibitor, please download and complete the Conference Sponsorship Request Form.

Important Dates

Abstracts/Full-Text Paper Submission Deadline   October 10, 2017
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection   October 20, 2017
Final Paper (Camera Ready) Submission & Early Bird Registration Deadline   November 4, 2017
Conference Dates   December 4 - 5, 2017

Important Notes

Please ensure your submission meets the conference's strict guidelines for accepting scholarly papers. Downloadable versions of the check list for Full-Text Papers and Abstract Papers.

Please refer to the Paper Submission GUIDE before submitting your paper.

Selected Conference Papers

1) Impact of Terrorism as an Asymmetrical Threat on the State's Conventional Security Forces
Igor Pejic
2) Community Perceptions and Attitudes Regarding Wildlife Crime in South Africa
Louiza C. Duncker, Duarte Gonçalves
3) Identifying Common Behavioural Traits of Lone-Wolves in Recent Terrorist Attacks in Europe
Khaled M. Khan, Armstrong Nhlabatsi
4) Reconsidering the Legitimacy of Capital Punishment in the Interpretation of the Human Right to Life in the Two Traditional Approaches
Yujie Zhang
5) Juvenile Delinquency of Senior High School Students in Surabaya, Indonesia
Herdina Indrijati
6) A Computational Cost-Effective Clustering Algorithm in Multidimensional Space Using the Manhattan Metric: Application to the Global Terrorism Database
Semeh Ben Salem, Sami Naouali, Moetez Sallami
7) Generalization of Clustering Coefficient on Lattice Networks Applied to Criminal Networks
Christian H. Sanabria-Montaña, Rodrigo Huerta-Quintanilla
8) Idea of International Criminal Justice in the Function of Prosecution International Crimes
Vanda Božić, Željko Nikač
9) Criminal Protection Objectivity of the Child's Right to Life and Physical and Psychological Safety
Hezha Hewa, Taher Sur
10) Towards a Deeper Understanding of 21st Century Global Terrorism
Francis Jegede
11) Disciplinary Procedures Used by Secondary School Teachers in Calabar Municipality, Nigeria
N. N. Nkomo, M. L. Mayanchi
12) Mapping Crime against Women in India: Spatio-Temporal Analysis, 2001-2012
Ritvik Chauhan, Vijay Kumar Baraik
13) Perception of Neighbourhood-Level Built Environment in Relation to Youth Physical Activity in Malaysia
A. Abdullah, N. Faghih Mirzaei, S. Hany Haron
14) Cyber Security in Nigeria: A Collaboration between Communities and Professionals
K. Alese Boniface, K. Adu Michael, K. Owa Victor
15) An Analysis on the Appropriateness and Effectiveness of CCTV Location for Crime Prevention
Tae-Heon Moon, Sun-Young Heo, Sang-Ho Lee, Youn-Taik Leem, Kwang-Woo Nam

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