The social sciences and humanities share a common object of study: human beings and their world. Using methods of empirical data collection and scientific analysis, the social sciences study human behaviour and society. The humanities explore the basic nature and purpose of human existence. Together, there is a constant evolution of approaches and adaptations to global transformations that affect all the disciplines within the social sciences and humanities. The purpose of this conference is to critically examine the relevance of existing approaches, and to explore innovative ideas and theories that could and should adapt to the on-going changes that affect human existence. In the new millennium, most aspects of human existence, such as quality of life, security, employment, and psychological well-being, depend heavily on relevant knowledge and derive from on-going scientific research. Consequently, research and development has become one of the major forces of progress in the humanities. It is crucial to look into the impacts of research in the areas of the social sciences and humanities in order to sustain as well as improve the various facets of human existence.
To appraise the role, contribution and significance of the social sciences and humanities in the regeneration of knowledge
To provide an intellectual forum for scholars and researchers on the changing geopolitical scenario, and its impact on existing theories in the social sciences and humanities
To promote the generation of innovative ideas in the social sciences and humanities
- Epistemology and Methodology
- Nation-building and Cultural Identity
- Political Violence and Terrorism
- Social Movements and Democratisation
- Politics and Economy
- Globalization and the New Security Agenda
- Human and Social Developments
- Media and Communication
- Environment and Sustainability
- Religion, Civilization and Philosophy
Peace and Conflict Studies
Multiculturalism and Multiliteracies
LANGUAGES OF THE CONFERENCE
English and Malay
Accepted papers should be 12 font in Times New Roman and 1.5 spaced. Kindly, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org before/on 30th September 2009. Do check our website regularly for more information.
For presenters/participants who have sent us abstracts and/or register before/on 7th May 2009 will be considered as early birds.
Local/Malaysian Participants RM350
(Early Bird) RM300
International Participants/Presenters USD150
(Early Bird) USD130
Students (local/international) RM150
All accepted presenters must pay the registration fee by/on 22nd July 2009. Failing which, your participation will be canceled. Download registration form in Document format here: Registration form.doc. Please click here if downloading fails (online printing).
MODE OF PAYMENT
Please pay by crossed cheque or bank draft made payable to Bendahari UKM (ICOSH09). International participants/presenters are required to make payment through Telegraphic Transfer (TT). Payment arrangements through TT will be available soon. Please visit this website regularly for more information.
Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Bangi.
Any inquiries regarding ICOSH 09 should be addressed to:
The Secretariat ICOSH 2009 FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES UNIVERSITI KEBANGSAAN MALAYSIA 43600 BANGI, MALAYSIA TEL: +603-8921-5210 Fax: +603-8921-3541 E-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
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