Budapest, Mar 2021

Conference History

Due to the global Coronavirus pandemic, Oral speakers of the 2nd World Conference on Research in Social Sciences announced their decision to be shifted to Virtual presentation mode. Therefore, the SOCIALSCIENCESCONF 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 Affiliation
Dr.Lorenzo Cherubini National Commissions: Implications of Reconciliation Brock University,Canada
Dr.Olena Klymentova UKRAINIAN RELIGIOUS ADVERTISING: the evolutionary dynamics of semiotic code Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv,Ukraine
Mr.GIANLUCA TIROZZI Anger, Action and Hope: A Picture of Islamist Terrorists by Means of Qualitative Research, Sentiment Analysis and Machine Learning University of Rome Sapienza,Italy
Prof.Miichael Owusu Tabiri Fossilization among university students- A concern of SLA in Ghana Ghana Communication Technology University,Ghana
Mrs.Gulshat Hudayberdiyeva METHODS OF TEACHING NEW WORDS RELATING TO THE ECONOMY Turkmen state institute of finance,Turkmenistan
Mr.Theodore Goutas Implementation of the School-Wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports Approach in 30 Greek primary schools Aristotle University of Thessaloniki,Greece
Prof.Evridiki Zachopoulou Preliminary results from the UMBRELLA project : A volunteer-mentoring initiative for socially disadvantaged university students International Hellenic University,Greece
Mrs.Natalia Mchedlishvili Sexual violence and the Object of Attribution of Responsibility in Georgian Youth Free University of Tbilisi,Georgia
Mr.Christina Klos ‘Pirate will never stop; it’s cyclical. If you push people hard enough, they’ll find a mode of expression: A study of community & pirate radio in Scotland Temple University,USA
Ms.ATHANASIA CHOLEVA Teaching Human Rights through Educational Drama; How Difficult Can It Be? A quantitative research with in-service teachers in Greece Aristotle University of Thessaloniki,Greece
Mr.Alejandro Olin Doria Gil Is the pandemic management response related to official populism? Lessons learned from COVID-19 so far Universidad Americana de Europa (UNADE),Mexico

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