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Chunrye Kim, Ph.D.

Chunrye Kim earned her Ph.D. at John Jay College of Criminal Justice/Graduate Center, CUNY. Her primary research interests are victimology, domestic violence, and crime against vulnerable populations such as immigrants, children and sex trafficking victims. Her recent research focuses on the risk factors of intimate partner violence among Korean immigrants utilizing mixed methods and a case control design. Dr. Kim’s work has been published in peer reviewed journals including Child Abuse and Neglect, Journal of Family violence, and Sociological Forum. At John Jay College, Dr. Kim was a recipient of the Lewis Rudin Fellowship in Applied Justice Research at the Research and Evaluation Center, where she worked with numerous criminal justice agencies and community organizations in New York City. She also served as the managing editor of the Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency (JRCD).

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