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ConScienS Conference on Science and Society

The Online ConScienS Conference on Science and Society was held on September 28-29, 2020. The conference was organized by the ConScienS Research Center in partnership with the Research Association for Interdisciplinary Studies (RAIS). The main theme of this conference was Pandemics and their impact on Society.

The ConSciens is a Scholarly Research Center that has been established by the Research Association for Interdisciplinary Studies (RAIS) which is located in the Overlook Center, Princeton, New Jersey, USA.

ConSciens aims to bring together academics, students and researchers from different cultures, religions, and nations around the world to share their experiences, achievements, research findings, and to discuss and exchange ideas on multidisciplinary topics that impact our society.

All accepted papers are published in the ConScienS Conference Proceedings and will be indexed in Google Scholar, SSRN, CNKI, IDEAS/RePEc, Econpapers, CEEOL, etc.

Conference Topics

Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

Science and Society, Economics, Management, Business Studies, History of Economics, Faith and Society, Diplomacy Studies, Human Development, Globalism, Social Justice, Geography, Civil Society, Human Behavior Studies, Sociology, Diversity and Equality Studies, Secularized Society, Leadership, Anthropology, Communication, Agriculture, Human Rights, Religious Society, Migration, Ethnicity, Pluralist Society, Finance and Economics, Human Genetics, Politics and Mass Media, Culture and Society, Music and Art, Multiculturalism, Industrial Society, Education and Society, Forms of Government, Global Health and Society, Language Studies, Technology and Society, Politics and International Relations, Law, Jurisprudence, Legal Studies and Society, Work Place, History and Society, Postmodern Society, Marketing, Environmental Studies, Demography and Social Statistics, Sustainability Science and Society, Consumerism and other topics related to Social Sciences and Humanities.

ConScienS Conference Proceedings