Asia Pacific Conference on Educational Research, Social science and Humanities (APCERSSH 2023)

APCERSSH 2023 will create a platform to share research innovations and best-practices where constructive feedback and engagement with domain experts is expected. We encourage any submissions that present innovative ideas, works-in-progress or any concepts that you think can benefit from inputs from experts. Students, Institute and/or emerging researchers are encouraged to participate. and will also have the chance to meet experts and high-level delegates along with sharing ideas and research findings from past and present. Participants can build new networks to meet different personalities and learn about the latest tools available. This is an exceptional platform for researchers, academics, students, innovators, scientists and industry practitioners to discuss current research which is shaping a new world society.

Theme of the APCERSSH 2023 Conference is

“Examining The Challenges Plaguing Progress In HSS & Educational Research and Pondering Feasible Solutions That Can Pose Stiff Opposition Against These Impediments”

We invite you to submit an abstract in any of the tracks listed below, but not limited to:

SESSION TRACKS

SOCIAL SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES

  • Societies and tribes with matriarchal structure (e.g., Tibet)
  • Mass-media (including entertainment mass-media) as a powerful tool for “exporting” gender equality in conservative patriarchal societies.
  • When is it justified and when is it not to preferentially hire women as employees?
  • Family evolution vs egalitarian societies.
  • Which gender is more stress-resilient in professional settings – does this depend on profession?
  • Females vs males – worldview similarities and differences topic.
  • Differences in social network size across genders.
  • Differences between suicide attempt rates (women slightly prevail here) and suicide completion rates (men heavily prevail here) across genders in the US.
  • Happiness definitions for each gender.

  • Worldwide cultural diversity loss as a result of abandoning traditions and urbanization.
  • Prerequisites for efficient intercultural communication.
  • Strategies to minimize culture shock.
  • Ethics of cultural appropriation, Western societies.
  • Architectural legacy of Aztecs.
  • Relationship between empires and cultural assimilation.
  • Cultural assimilation - modern patterns and causes.
  • Cultural and historical value of extinguishing languages.
  • Factors determining dominance of one culture over another.

  • Why is the US stuck with a two-party system?
  • Most representative electoral systems.
  • Prerequisites for instauration of authoritarianism.
  • Reasons for current worldwide drop in democracy indices as reported by Freedom House.
  • Evolution cycle/ paths of an authoritarian regime.
  • Surveys show that people in Western countries value democracy less than before.
  • Civil disobedience forms in modern era topic.
  • Mass-media control as a key element ensuring perpetuation of authoritarian and populist regimes.
  • Role of businesses/ agencies using black PR elections.

  • Common elements of mythological tradition of many religions (e.g., birth from a virgin, trinity, resurrection, 12 disciples, good-evil duality).
  • Egyptian religion’s influence on religions founded later.
  • Buddhism vs Christianity – implications for a society’s values and daily life.
  • Buddhism - implications on a society’s economic life.
  • Diminishing role of religions as cohesion forces in modern societies.
  • Which religious philosophy is mostly associated with self-sufficiency (and what are implications for societies and individuals)?
  • Various forms and misinterpretation of jihad in Islamic teaching.
  • Association between religiosity and conservatism across cultures.
  • Strategies to facilitate religious dialogue.
  • An analysis into correlation between a society’s religiosity and economic development

  • What ultra-conserved words across multiple languages (like “mother”, “man”, “hear”, “spit”) teach us about our common linguistic ancestry?
  • How can linguistics aid in studying human migration and cultural interaction events?
  • Common origin proofs for Indo-European languages.
  • What impact does word order in sentences have on interaction style within linguistic groups?
  • Grammar rules similarities across various European languages.
  • What do “core” vocabularies tell about us and our societies?
  • How English technology-related neologisms infiltrate in other languages.
  • French “protectionism” against English neologisms topic.
  • Widespread words like “email”, “smartphone”, “hobby” as a globalization indicator.

  • Fire mastery - impact on early human societies.
  • Earliest-dated human settlements topic.
  • Ability to process abstract concepts as ultimate cause of world domination by Homo sapiens (according to Yuval Noah Harari).
  • Transition of hunter gatherers to agricultural practices – was it associated with an increase life quality?
  • Burial customs vs ancient cultures topic.
  • What cave drawings tell us about early community life?
  • Marriage ceremonies in various old cultures.
  • Body alteration practices as distinctive cultural traits in tribes.
  • Impact of language on human cooperation efficiency in early days.

EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH

  • Collaborative and Cloud Technologies
  • Learning Bots
  • Critical study of digital arts, film, theatre, and video games.
  • Culture and digital technology.
  • Cyberbullying and hate speech in digital media
  • Cyberbullying and hate speech in digital media
  • De/anti/postcolonial Digital Humanities
  • Digital Humanities and social justice
  • Digital approaches to textual studies
  • Digital Forensics
  • Digital History
  • Digital Humanities across class, race, and gender
  • Digital infrastructures and digital sovereignty
  • Digital literacies and education
  • Digitization and digitalization
  • MOOC’s, Open Teaching, and Open Educational Resources
  • Open Education Copyright and Other Legal Issues
  • Open Educational Projects, Partnerships, and Consortia
  • Participatory/Contributory Communities
  • Humanities Visualization
  • Identity Creation on Online Platforms
  • Indigeneity, technology, and Digital Humanities
  • Participatory Learning and Media
  • Social advocacy and new media technologies
  • Social Media & Nation Building
  • Social media and COVID-19 discourse
  • Teaching digital humanities

MANAGEMENT

  • Cryptocurrency
  • Neuromarketing
  • Data driven HR
  • AI @ workplace
  • Remote working and Learning
  • Trade protectionism in context of international trade agreements.
  • How will societies manage transition from fossil fuels to alternative energy?
  • Tourism evolution in age of low-cost airlines.
  • Relative economic power as a function of human race topic.
  • Resource depletion – when will it happen for various resources?
  • Multinational corporation taxation – what is correct approach?
  • Offshore jurisdictions as an encouraging factor for worldwide corruption.
  • Anticipated damage to global economy following global warming.
  • Problem of national debt for countries worldwide.

Process of Evaluation

Within two to three days of receipt, your abstract will be subjected to a double-blind peer evaluation by a scientific review committee

Within two to 4 days of submission, the author will receive the results of the abstract review.

If there is a need for a change, the amended abstract must be returned within a week.

You will receive rejections of your manuscript along with reviewer suggestions to help you improve your study.

Virtual Conference