Conference History

4th Round history

Due to the global Coronavirus pandemic, Oral speakers of the 4th International Conference on Future of Social Sciences (ICFSS) announced their decision to be shifted to Virtual presentation mode. Therefore, the ICFSS Organizing Committee decided to hold the conference entirely Online. The Virtual presentations were delivered via an online electronic forum (Webinar), where the participants engaged in lively discussions during the conference.

Highlighted Speakers

Author Article Title Institution
social sciences conference Dr. Zeljka Bagaric
(Keynote Speaker)
Media as an inclusive platform; teaching as social justice Communicology, Media and Journalism Department, State University North, Croatia
social sciences conference Dr. Jorn van Rij
(Keynote Speaker)
Cyber-Ethnography and the Use of Technology as A Way to Fight Sexual Exploitation Senior Researcher, The Netherlands National Police
Ms. Lia Esther Lemus Gómez City Maps; Contributions to Social Work for a Territorial Analysis from Critical Geography CORPORACION UNIVERSITARIA MINUTO DE DIOS, Colombia s
Mr. Alexander Pereira-García Digital Divide, Educational Divide Corporación Universitaria Minuto de Dios – UNIMINUTO, Colombia
Ms. Paulina Schindler Competition and Responsibility for the Actions of Third Parties in Traditional and Modern Information Intermediaries
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Opinion Power and Diversity of Opinion in Traditional and Modern Information Intermediaries
Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany
Ms. Efrat Mishor Applying Civic Engagement to Emergency management: Developing the Vision and Design for Improved Governance Resilience to Emergencies University of Haifa, Israel
Ms. Amelia Rizky Yunianty Combatting Environmental Injustice: Social Hermeneutic Analysis of the Retextualization of the Jakarta Kamisan Action into Kaltim Kamisan Action Mulawarman University, Indonesia
Mr. Maciej Bukowski Renewable Energy Transition as an Instrument pf Foreign Policy: An Overview of Selected Issues Jagiellonian University, Institute of Political Science and International Relations, Poland
Ms. Samantha Justine Domingo A narrative approach to understanding the development of cultural intelligence among migrant domestic workers Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
Mr. Trung Nguyen Hoang Using LDA, SVM, NAÏVE BAYES Models In Filtering and Tracking Information on Social Networks PVCFC, Vietnam
Miss. Parichart Toomnan Coordination of community-based activities for older adults and family members to reduce depression: A Case Study in Nong Khai, Thailand Khon Kaen University, Nong Khai Campus, Thailand
Dr. Dorin Gabriel Pandele From the Modernity to the Transhumanism; An Orthodox Theological vision on the myths of Transhumanism Universitate of Low Danube Galati, Romania
Mr. Xiaoyu Sun Analysis and Proposal on Data Related Social Concerns and Challenges: A Catholic Social Teaching Approach Beijing National Day School, China
Dr. Livia Nano Mood-Altering Circumstances As a Way to Encourage Creativity of University’s Students
Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Tirana, Albania

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