ICOSS - 2016, Bali, (No predatory scholarly open-access publishers)

ICOSS - 2016, Bali, (No predatory scholarly open-access publishers)

International Conference on Social Sciences 2016
ICOSS 2016 Call for Contribution!!!

The International Institute of Knowledge Management of Sri Lanka proudly invites your abstracts for the 3rd International Conference on Social Science (ICOSS) to be held from 19th – 20th September 2016 in Bali, Indonesia. Sustainability is one of the newest trends which requires clarifications from a Social Science perspective. The main aim in organizing the International Conference on Social Science 2016 is to motivate individuals to explore opportunities for potential contribution to disciplines under the broader topic of Social Science. The theme for the conference is “Social Sciences in achieving global sustainability“ and the main topics will be Food Security, Social and Community Development, Health and Well Being, Women and Gender equality, Inclusive and equitable quality education and Economic Development. ICOSS 2016 endeavors to provide concepts, methods and tools to address social, economic and technological aspects in different societies to promote reorientation of social sciences for sustainable development and individual well-being.

ICOSS 2016 aims to provide a communication platform for scholars, professionals, academics and students not only to present their recent and latest researches but also to share their thoughts and discuss future prospects in the field of Social Science. Please refer to the information below for more details: http://thesocialstudies.co/call-for-papers/

Registration Fees: http://thesocialstudies.co/registration-fees/

All accepted abstracts will be published in the conference abstract book with ISBN. After the conference, all accepted full papers will be published electronically with ISSN (ISSN 2357-268x) in proceedings with the DOI number. All full papers will be under double-blind review.
We will submit the proceedings to be indexed in the Thomson Reuters, SCOPUS, Mendeley, Google scholar, CiteULike and Cross ref for possible Indexing.
(Authors of accepted abstracts wishing to publish the full paper in the proceedings or one of the supporting journals should submit the full paper by 30 September 2016.)

Registration Types

01. In-Person Participant’s Registration
Registration fee includes :
4 Refreshments (Coffee/Tea/Cookies/Short eats)
2 Lunches and 1 Dinner
Abstract Book (Hard Copy)
Conference proceedings (Soft Copy)
Conference bag
Conference Group Photo
Attendance/Presentation certificate
Conference schedule handout
(Please note registration does not include extras such as transport, tours or accommodation. These extras can be booked at the time of online registration.)

02. Group Registration:
All the benefits of in-person participant
Discounted Registration for five (5) or more participants from same organization/institution
Please contact Mr. Arun Francis for more information arun@tiikm.com

03. Virtual Registration
If you wish your paper to be published in ICOSS 2016 Publications, but will not able to attend the ICOSS 2016, you have a option to register as a “virtual presenter”.

Abstracts and papers will be published in conference proceedings
Upload a presentation of your paper to conference website and “author STREAM”
Submit your paper for peer review to the supporting Journals
An author certificate, Proceeding book and conference materials will be posted to every virtual presenter after the conference

Dates of Importance
Abstract submission deadline: 15th July 2016
Abstract acceptance notification:Within two weeks
Early Bird Registration deadline: 15th July 2016
Conference registration final deadline for presenters: 20th August 2016
PP Presentation due on or before 01st September 2016

ICOSS 2016:19th – 20th September 2016
Post Conference tour :21th September 2016
Full paper submission deadline:30th October 2016

Locations: The Sanur Paradise Plaza Hotel, Bali, 2016

Women and gender equality
  • Overcoming gender-based discrimination
  • Eliminating violence against women
  • Traditional myths, women and harmful practices
  • Women’s participation of decision making & leadership
  • Sexual & reproductive health access to women
  • Women, equal rights, & economic resources
  • Modern technology and women empowerment
  • Gender equality & enforcing legislation
Inclusive and equitable quality education
  • Educational Psychology
  • Teaching and learning the social studies
  • Education as a social science
  • Social Science Teacher Education
  • Social Sciences in Higher Education
  • Curriculum Research and Development
  • Technological Issues in Education
  • Primary and secondary education
  • Education for sustainable development
Sustainable Economy Development
  • Economic growth and poverty
  • Leveraging FDI for Sustainable Economic Development
  • Financial crises and globalization
  • Economic actors and their adding value to the economy
  • The role of Social and Solidarity Economy in employment generation
  • Economic growth and environmental degradation mitigation
  • Economic concepts of sustainability
  • Putting theory into practice: a framework for valuation

Social and Community Development
  • Community Activism and social change
  • Globalization and inequality
  • Housing and community development
  • Social sciences for social welfare
  • Interdisciplinary perspectives on human differences
  • Communication and the Community
  • Science, Technology, and the Community
  • Cross-cultural Psychology, Social Psychology
  • Poverty and exclusion
  • Social breakdown and social crisis
  • Social works communities toward social justice and sustainability
  • Social Responsibility & Sustainable Communities
  • inequities arising from race, class and gender dynamics in society
  • Strategies for achieving social change.

ICOSS Registartion fee

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