Invitation and Call for Papers
The International Interdisciplinary Scientific Conference
Social Discourse in Challenging Times
which will take place between 17th – 20th May 2023
prof. Madhusudan Penna PhD., Vice-Chancellor KKS University, India
Indian Knowledge System: Challenges and Opportunities in Contemporary Society
1. Digitalisation and digital gap
2. Behavioural sciences
3. Economic sciences
4. Online communication
5. Media studies and media literacy
6. Digital labour
7. Artificial intelligence and changing Newsrooms
8. Ethics in the digital age.
9. Creative industries and Web 2.0
10. Intercultural dialogue (Exploring past, present and future of India and Europe relations)
11. Indology – Deliberations over shared cultural past of India and Europe
Venue of the conference: Faculty of National Economy, The University of Economics in Bratislava, Bratislava, Slovakia
The Conference is organized to facilitate the exchange of the research results and networking among social scientists from different countries and regions of the world to discuss findings of their research, exchange knowledge from different fields of social sciences and create new partnerships.
Seconded researchers in the ODDEA project are eligible for a registration fee waiver.
Participants, who wish to present a paper should submit an extended abstract/full paper together with the registration form. The submitted abstract/paper will be per reviewed and the decision on their acceptance will be issued within 15 days since the submission.
All participants are required to fill in a registration form, which is available HERE
The Number of Participants is Limited, Register Now!
The call for the Conference:
The International Interdisciplinary Scientific Conference – Social Discourse in Challenging Times
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