The Success Story of HSCONF 2021

Due to the global Coronavirus pandemic, Oral speakers of the 6th International Conference on New Findings on Humanities and Social Sciences announced their decision to be shifted to Virtual presentation mode. Therefore, the HSCONF 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. Madhumita Roy Agatha Christie and the Mystery of Shyness IIEST Shibpur, India
Mr.Tamás Illés A globalised biopolitical framework in action: revisiting the demographic transition theory Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
Ms.Oluwafunmilayo Akinpelu On Gendered Visual Culture: Inquiring into the Current Status of Gender Relations in Contemporary Nigeria through an Analysis of the Reception to a Feminist-oriented Central European University, Austria
Mr.Ahmed Alageili The Role of Self-help Groups in Overcoming Challenges Faced by Mothers of Autistic Children University of Sheffield, UK
Mr.ROMEO TEROLLI Conceptualization of the labor market and public administration. Public administration in Albania. South East European University, Macedonia
Ms.Kim Borden Penney Banking on Equity : Bay Street and Black Women’s Leadership in Banks University of Toronto, Canada
Ms.Ren Siyi Age Differences in Malaysian Women’s Body Esteem and the Impact of Image-Based Social Media: The Developmental Context of Appearance-Related Social Comparison and Objectified Body Consciousness Xiamen University Malaysia
Ms.Gabriela Pinheiro Gender and Germs: Unmasking War Frames in South Africa’s Militarised Response to COVID-19 Centre for Sexualities, AIDS and Gender (University of Pretoria), South Africa
Ms.Mona Alrashdi Influencers and their role in supporting charitable and humanitarian work in Saudi society Fayez Al-Maliki as a case study TABUK UNIVERSITY AND Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Mrs.AMARA egboh Women and Igbo Cultural Tradition: Expanding Igbo Norms by Incorporating Esteemed and Acceptable Values Nnamdi Azikiwe university Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria

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