The Success Story of HSCONF 2020

Due to the global Coronavirus pandemic, Oral speakers of the 5th 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

AuthorArticle titleInstitution
Mrs.Eirini PetratouNostalgic Scents of Childhood and Psychological ImplicationsPanteion University, Greece
Prof.Nguyen Ba TrinhConvergent PhilosophyVietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Vietnam
Miss.Ilaria SartiniMuxes: between Globalisation and Identity
Impacts of New Beauty Standards in Gender Performance
Universidad de Huelva, Italy
Mrs.Maria KalfaGender, Politics and BodyAUTH, Greece
Mr.Ahmed AlageiliThe Role of Self-help Groups in Overcoming Challenges Faced by Mothers of Autistic ChildrenThe University of Sheffield, The United Kingdom
Dr.Zafar MehdiCare Workers and Quality of Care in Nursing Homes in CanadaDhofar University, Oman
Mrs.Atiqotul FitriyahBurdah Keliling Ritual in The Role of Suistainable Security Management Case Study in Pesantren Salafiyah Syafiiyah Situbondo District, East Java, IndonesiaUniversity of Indonesia, Indonesia
Prof.Biljana Todorova„New Forms“ of Employment, A Challenge for Social Security SystemFaculty of Law, University “Goce Delcev”, Stip, Macedonia
Mr.Jorge David MantillaXenophobia, Identity, and Class Conflicts among Venezuelan Migrants: An Ethnographic Study in the City of Ibarra, EcuadorUniversidad de Otavalo, Ecuador
Ms.Clarisse BarbierAsymmetric Information Games in “Portrait of a Man”, How Georges Perec Misleads his Reader and his Protagonist.University of Kansas, The United States
Dr.Sandra MeškovaThe New Wave in Late Soviet Latvian Literature: the Early Prose Fiction by Andra NeiburgaDaugavpils University, Latvia
Mr.Dan M. Mrejeru     The hypothesis of Homo loquensIndependent researcher, The United States
Our civilization experiences an existential threat
caused by a chronic oxygen deficiency
Mr.Bela B. BidovaOn the issue of developing a general legal theory of national interestsFaculty of Law, Chechen State University, Russia
Mrs.Claudia Elena IonașThe profile of the Romanian voter in European electionsUniversity of Political Studies and Public Administration – Bucharest, Romania
Prof.Elīna VasiļjevaSolomon Mikhoels in memoirs: Aharon Steinberg – Haim VovsiDaugavpils University, Latvia
Dr.Donna RobertsDefining Creativity and the Creative: Searching for the Elusive Creative PersonalityEmbry-Riddle Aeronautical University, The United States
Dr.Elvīra IsajevaConcept “FIRE” in the linguistic consciousness of native speakers of the Russian and Latvian languagesDaugavpils University, Latvia
Mr.Rita BurcevaCareer Choice Motives of Secondary School Students in LatviaRezekne Academy of Technologies, Latvia
Mr.Pallawala Kapurupaksha Bandaralage Isuru PremarathnaNeutralism policy and non-alignment foreign policy Challenges analysis of Sri Lanka: during the post-war period in Sri Lanka.University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka
Miss.Ivana GalićExperiences of Placement Breakdown among Children and Youth with Behavioural Difficulties in the Foster Care System in CroatiaCentre for Social Welfare Velika Gorica, Croatia
Mr.Aditya MauryaCan spirituality be used as a tool to withdraw religious orthodoxy?Jindal Institute of International Affairs, India
Mr.Bogdan Eugen AnagnastopolThe cultural activity of the Greek merchants from Transylvania in the context of the Greek Revolution of 1821Babes Bolyai University, Romania