Conference presentation
International Conference on
Humanities, Social Sciences & Education

28 May 2022

About Conference

The International Conference on Humanities, Social Sciences and Education is the academic event of the year. In the course of the three days of the event, the attendees will dive into the most pressing subjects of the field, exploring trends, engaging in roundtable discussions, meeting the world’s most renowned academics, and identifying ways to move existing research to new heights.

Conference Objectives

An academic conference on social sciences is planned under the guidance of a highly expert scientific committee. As such, the objectives of this academic conference are as follows:

To maximize learning opportunities via a diverse mix of presentations and perspectives;

To identify the area with the most pressing research needs;

To offer networking opportunities for all those attending the event – scientists, scholars, researchers, and representatives of for- and non-profit organizations as well as research institutions;

To provide a platform where attendees can receive feedback on their own research;

To build an organic network of diverse opinions in order to facilitate the cross-border exchange of knowledge and experience.


Deadline to keep in Mind

Paper Submission

18 May 2022

Early Bird Registration

10 April 2022

Late Registration

20 May 2022

Conference Date

28 May 2022


Paper Publication Opportunity

  • All accepted research papers will be published and indexed in the conference proceedings.

  • Each Paper will be assigned Digital Object Identifier (DOI) from Cross Ref.

  • The proceedings shall be submitted to Google Scholar for Indexing.

  • The Conference Proceedings will be published with an ISBN in a soft form.

  • All papers have publication opportunity in ISI and Scopus indexed journals.

  • All papers have publication opportunities in a various indexed international journals.

All accepted papers will be published in the conference Proceeding with an ISBN Number. All full papers sent for conference proceedings will be accepted through a double blind review process and will be published electronically in proceedings with a DOI number

Call For Papers Is Now Open

The International Conference on Humanities, Social Sciences and Education is a leading interdisciplinary conference that features the most relevant and insightful research in the discipline.

It is a unique opportunity to present your research findings – be it via an oral or poster presentation – to a diverse group of academics. In addition to HSSE offering a platform to maximize the reach of your research, it is an excellent chance to receive feedback on your work from a network of peers.


Paper abstracts and full papers are evaluated by the scientific committee of the event, comprised of accomplished and highly respected academics in the field. We invite you to submit your abstract or, if you have it ready, the full paper on one of the following topics:

Aging-Applied Anthropology-Archaeology-Black Lives Matter-Elderly care-Child Research-Childhood Development & Schooling-Cliques and Cults-Conflict theory-Consumerism-Counter-cultures-Crime Studies-Cultural assimilation-Cultural studies-Customs-Discrimination & Prejudice-Economic Sociology-Educational Anthropology-Equal pay-Ethnicity-Family issues and Family Research-Fashion trends-Feminism-Flocking behavior-Gender Issues-Globalization Impacts-Human & Civil Rights-Humanities-Law Enforcement-Leisure, Recreation & Sports-Mass Media-Medical Sociology-Migration & Immigration-Myth & Folklore-Nationality-Online dating-Online Society/Online CommunityPeace & War-Police brutality-Political Sociology-Population-Protest-Religions & Traditions-Rural Sociology-Society-Social Mobility & Social Class-Social Policy, Social Work and Social Legislation-Social Psychology-Sub-cultures-Superstitions-Violence-Work place-Youth culture-Politics-Congressional Review Act-Debates-Democracy and Democratization-Donald Trump-Environmental Protection Agency-Executive power-Facebook campaigning-Governmental Systems & Practices-History of Western Political Thought-Human Rights-International Affairs and Strategic Studies-International Criminal Court-International Relations-Mass media effect-Military Justice-Mutual defense alliances-National Popular Vote Bill-Open government-Parliamentary system-Political Economy-Political Parties-Political Science-Politics and Ethics-Populism-Presidential campaign-Public Administration and Policy-Regional Studies-Sovereignty-Supreme Court powers-Transparency-United Nations-Voter registration-Voter turnout-Western Constitutional Thought-World Politics-Law-Administrative Law-Advertising Law-Campaign finance laws-Capital punishment-Civil Law-Climate Change Law-Common Law-Community policing-Conflict of Laws-Copy Right Law-Crime statistic reporting-Criminal Law-Cyber crime-Death penalty-Domestic violence-Economic and Financial Law-Election Laws-Forensic genealogy-Fraud-Geneva Conventions-Hate crime-Hate groups-Identity theft-Illegal drug use-International Human Right Law-Labor Law-International terrorism-Islamic LawLabor and Social Law-Legal History-Legalization-Mandatory minimum sentencing-Maritime Law-Martial Law-Mass Communications Law-Plea bargaining-Presumptive parole-Prison overcrowding-Private International Law-Prostitution-Public Law-Racial profiling-Rehabilitation-Riots-Serial killers-Sodomy laws-Undercover police-Voting rights-Warren court-Witness protection program-Philosophy-Analytic Philosophy-Ancient & Classical Philosophy-Critical Theory-Eastern Philosophy-Epistemology-Existentialis-Logic-Medieval & Renaissance Philosophy-Metaphysics-Phenomenology-Philosophy of Language-Philosophy of Science-Political Philosophy-Positivism-Postmodern Philosophy-Pragmatism-Realism-Romanticism-Social Philosophy-Transcendentalism-Utilitarianism-Western Philosophy-Communication Studies-Advertising-Bot journalists-Business & Organizational Communication-Cartoons-Comic strips-Communication Arts-Communication Management-Education Communications and Technology-Embedded journalism-Fake news-Film & Cinema-Human Communication-Information Communication-Internet-Journalism-Language and Communication-Media ethics-Media Studies-Political Communication-Press embargoes-Print Media-Privacy-Public Relations-Publishing-Radio-Slanting-Social & Ethical Issues in Communication-Social media-Social media literacy-Social networking-Tabloids-Telecommunications-Television-Yellow journalism-Psychology-Brain & Behavior-Business/Occupational Psychology-Child & Adolescent Psychology-Cognitive Psychology-Community & Cross-Cultural Psychology-Rehabilitation Counseling-Therapy-Developmental Psychology-Educational Psychology-Experimental Psychology-Groups & Organizations-Learning & Developmental Disabilities-Mental Health-Personality & Emotions-Psychological Assessment-Relationships & The Family-Social Psychology-Language And Literature-African Literature-American Literature-Asian Literature-Bilingualism-British Literature-Children’s Literature-Drama-English language teaching-Euphemisms-European Literature-Fairy tales-Fiction-Folklore-Grammar and Word Use-Humorous Literature-Language Acquisition-Language and Advertising-Language and Cultural Identity-Language and Gender-Language and Power-Language and Technology-Language and the Media-Language Disorders-Language of Politics-Languages and Dialects-Literary Styles and Movements-Literary Theory-Minority languages-Multilingualism-Musical Theater-Mystery and Detective Fiction-Myth and Folklore-Nonfiction-Novels-Offensive Language-Philosophy of Language-Phonetics-Phonology-Poetry-Professional Jargon-Science fiction-Semantics-Short Stories-Standard and Non-Standard English-Symbolism-Terminology-Theater-Written Language-Linguistics-Sign Language-Artificial languages-Borrowed words-Constructed languages-Discourse Analysis-Figurative Language-Language revitalization-Language and Advertising-Linguistic Anthropology-Linguistic Change-Metaphor-Philology-Philosophy of Language-Pidgins-Pragmatics-Psycholinguistics-Psychology of Language-Regional languages-Secret languages-Semiotics-Sociolinguistics-Education-Adult and Continuing Education Civic -Education and Leadership-Classroom Management-Curriculum & Instruction-Distance EducationEarly Childhood Education-Elementary Education-Education Policy-Educational Administration-Educational Psychology-Educational Standards-Educational Technology-Educational Theory-E-Learning-Higher Education-History of Education-Humanities Education-Learning Disabilities-Learning Styles & Theories-Science Education-Social Studies Education-Special Education-Testing & Assessment-History-African History-Ancient & Classical History-Ancient Egypt-Ancient Greece-Ancient Rome-Asian History-Economic History-European History-Historiography-Middle Eastern History-Military History-North American History-Russia & The Soviet Union-Social History-Women’s History-World War I & II-Arts-Anthropology of Art- Art & Commerce- Art Censorship- Art Forgery- Art Therapy- Artistic Movements- Arts Management- Creativity- Cultural Property- Fashion & Design- Music- Philosophy of Art- Psychology of Art- Symbolism In Art-Teaching Art- Geography- Alternative Fuels- Climate Change- Cultural Geography- Development Geography- Earth & Resources- Economic Geography- Ecotourism- Green Cities- Political Geography- Sustainable Design- Transportation

Conference Themes And Topic

The conference is seeking submissions related to the following conference topics: Social Sciences, Humanities, Language and Literature. Other related tracks and topics will also be considered

Submitted full-text paper will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee. All submissions should report original and previously unpublished research results no matter the type of research paper you are presenting. Full-text papers (.docx and .doc) will be accepted by Electronic Submission Form. Manuscripts should meet the format set by the Conference committee and are subject to review.

We encourage you to invite colleagues to participate in the conference and submit original research for the conference Call for Papers.

Full Papers Guidelines

We accept the submission of high-quality papers describing original and unpublished results of conceptual, constructive, experimental and theoretical work or research in all of the topic areas mentioned. Submission of a manuscript implies that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere.


Full Paper Guidelines _ Reviewing Process

All manuscripts will be subjected to double blind peer-review and are expected to meet the scientific criteria of novelty and academic excellence.

The submitting author is responsible for ensuring that the article’s publication has been approved by all other co-authors and takes responsibility for the paper during submission and peer review.

The publisher will not be held legally responsible should there be any claims for compensation.



The text should be in English, American or British usage is accepted, but not a mixture of both.

Authors who feel their English language manuscript may require editing to eliminate possible grammatical or spelling errors and to conform to correct scientific English may wish to use relevant editing apps or service.

Presentation & Publication

Full paper is requested.

Paper Structure





Acknowledgements (when appropriate)


Appendices(when appropriate)


Academic Ethics

Articles submitted to the conference should report original and previously unpublished findings. Following the ethical conduct is very critical in the academic world. Hence, any act of plagiarism cannot be tolerated. If an author is found to commit an act of plagiarism, the submission will be automatically dismissed.


Paper length

Full paper:          within 12 pages, including references, tables/ charts and keywords

Abstract length   200-250 words

Key words           3-5 words

Font                    12-point Times New Roman

Paragraph           Single-spaced

Margin  Normal   (Top :2.54 cm , Bottom: 2.54 cm; Left : 3.18cm , Right: 3.18cm)

Page numbers     Bottom-centered

Layout                 One-column Portrait

Format                 MS Word-compatible file

Evaluation Process

All papers will be subjected to double blind peer-reviews. Relevancy, structure, research method, ethical conducts, language standard, innovativeness, references, hypothesis, result presentation, proficiency, format, amongst many other factors are considered for the evaluation process.

Papers that are accepted will be published in the Conference Proceedings .


Submission Method

Please send your paper via Online Submission.

Should you have any questions about the submission, please contact us at info[@]


Instructions For The Oral Presentation

The length of the presentation should be around 15 minutes. You can use any form of presentations you wish. We will provide the necessary equipment upon request. Please arrive for your presentation early to ensure all necessary equipment is present.

Submission and Registarion Fees

Listener                                           80     Euro

Virtual Presentation                 120    Euro

Extra Paper                                    50     Euro

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