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Proposal Submission2018-12-17T19:57:21+00:00

Proposal Submission

Next deadline: February 4, 2019

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Submit proposal

Before submitting your proposal, we recommend consulting the information below and the frequently asked questions.

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Submit Your Proposal

Register on the platform and send your proposal. If you do not remember your password, click here. We recommend consulting the frequently asked questions.
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The submission of proposals is done through an online form that will ask for the following information:

– Title of proposal
– Summary (300 words maximum)
– Theme of the Congress
– Presentation format
– Keywords
– Language

– Author’s name and surname
– University/Organization
– Country
– Email

If the proposal has a co-authors, you must indicate the same information about them (name, university, country, and email).

For more information consult our frequently asked questions.

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Wait for the result

The scientific committee will review your proposal within 2-3 weeks and will notify you of the decision by email. You can also check the list of accepted proposals.
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After submitting the proposal, we recommend verifying the title and names of authors and co-authors are written correctly.
While the proposal is pending review you can make corrections, changes or add co-authors. To do this, follow the steps indicated in our frequently asked questions.

It is NOT allowed to make changes in proposals that have already been accepted. The scientific committee reserves the right to eliminate proposals that have suffered alterations after acceptance.

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Register for the Congress

Once your proposal has been accepted, you must register for the congress. As of this moment, it is not allowed to make changes in the proposal.
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The registration fee varies depending on how far in advance the payment is made and the type of registration chosen:

– Registration to the full congress
– Registration for 1 day of congress
– Registration as a student
– Registration as a listener
– Blended registration
– Virtual registration

For more information, see the registration table or our frequently asked questions.

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Submit full paper

Participants may submit their full article for free evaluation and possible publication in a book or journal from the community.

Submit paper

The file should be sent to publishing@gkacademics.com. They must be adapted to this template and follow these guidelines. Do not forget to include in your message: congress you will attend, the title of the article, authors, university and country.

Types of presentation

This type of session is best suited for works about investigations already undertaken or academic papers. The authors will present a summary of their work (purpose, procedures, results or products). The formal oral presentation of the work should be limited to 15 minutes. Presentations will be grouped according to the theme or perspective of these thematic sessions (which can be 75, 90 or 100 minutes) with a question/answer time and group discussion after all presentations. All rooms will be equipped with projectors for presentations in PDF or PPT.

This format is ideal for presenting the preliminary results of work in progress or for projects that are rendered in posters or panels. In these sessions (usually about 40 minutes), the authors have the opportunity to exhibit their work and participate in an informal discussion with other attendees. Each poster must include a brief summary of the purpose and work procedures. The dimensions of the poster should not exceed 85 cm wide by 110 cm long.

This type of session is best suited to teach or demonstrate certain procedures, skills or techniques. Some considerations that are appropriate for this session format are for example: a demonstration, performance, presentation, discussion or dialogue with the public. These sessions are usually scheduled for about 30 minutes and should be structured so that any explanatory information or input is provided and there is sufficient time for interaction with the public time, participation and involvement.

General Themes

  • Role of social, political, and cultural interactions in the development of identity.
  • Personal identity as a function of an individual’s culture, time, place, geography, interaction with groups, influences from institutions, and lived experiences.
  • Role of diversity within and among cultures.
  • Aspects of culture such as belief systems, religious faith, or political ideals as influences on other parts of a culture such as its institutions or literature, music, and art.
  • Cultural diffusion and change over time as facilitating different ideas and beliefs.
  • History as a formal study that applies research methods.
  • Reading, reconstructing, and interpreting events.
  • Analyzing causes and consequences of events and developments.
  • Considering competing interpretations of events.
  • Relationship between human populations and the physical world (people, places, and environments).
  • Impact of human activities on the environment.
  • Interactions between regions, locations, places, people, and environments.
  • Spatial patterns of place and location.
  • The natural and the social: interdisciplinary studies.
  • Role of social class, systems of stratification, social groups, and institutions.
  • Role of gender, race, ethnicity, education, class, age, and religion in defining social structures within a culture.
  • Social and political inequalities.
  • Expansion and access of rights through concepts of justice and human rights.
  • The influence of education.
  • The role of the media.
  • Power, Authority, and Governance.
  • Purposes, characteristics, and functions of various governance systems as they are practiced.
  • Individual rights and responsibilities as protected and challenged within the context of majority rule.
  • Fundamental principles and values of constitutional democracy.
  • Origins, uses, and abuses of power.
  • Conflict, diplomacy, and war.
  • The role of mass media and the Internet.
  • Basic freedoms, rights and responsibilities of citizens in democracies.
  • Role of the citizen in the community and nation, and as a member of the global community.
  • Civic participation and engagement.
  • Respect for diversity.
  • Civic ideals and practices in countries other than democracies.
  • Struggle for rights, access to citizenship rights, and universal human rights.
  • Production, distribution, and consumption.
  • The scarcity of resources and the challenges of meeting wants and needs.
  • Supply/demand and the coordination of individual choices.
  • Economic systems. Economic policies.
  • Trade, interdependence, and globalization.
  • Role of government in the economy.
  • Personal finance.
  • Scientific and intellectual theories, findings, discoveries, and philosophies.
  • Applications of science and innovations in transportation, communication, military technology, navigation, agriculture, and industrialization.
  • Relationship between science, technology, and innovation and social, cultural, and economic change.
  • Social construction of science and technology.
  • Past, current, and likely future global connections and interactions.
  • Cultural diffusion; the spread of ideas, beliefs, technology, and goods.
  • Role of technology.
  • Benefits/consequences of global interdependence (social, political, economic).
  • Causes and patterns of migration.
  • The tension between national interests and global priorities.

2019 Highlighted Theme


The post-truth and the creation of knowledge

The term post-truth is a neologism to describe a situation that, at the time of creating and modeling public opinion, makes objective facts have less influence than invocations to emotions and personal beliefs. In fact, the Oxford English Dictionary chose this term as the word of the year 2016. Many publishers say they have observed an increase of two thousand percent in the use of the term in written media. They attribute the increase to the referendum on Brexit, in Great Britain, and to the presidential election process that gave Trump the victory in the United States. For many people, the post-truth is lie, falsehood or hidden gyp. It is also a concept that can disguise the traditional political propaganda and the use of public relations and strategic communication as instruments of manipulation and propaganda. These situations, by the way, have accompanied us for centuries. However, at the present post-truth acquires notoriety since the propaganda fictions acquire more value. We prefer to create myths before analyzing objectively. In addition, prejudice and irrational diatribe have subordinated objective argumentation. As a result, the underlying problem is that this post-truth touches the spheres of political power, but it also manifests itself in other structures, institutions, conditions and social and cultural groups: work, ethics, education, business, the family, the media, religions, among others. This will take precedence about how to base and assess facts in society and the world in general.

How to fill out the submission form

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Step 1

Theme (track)

Your work should be located within one of the official themes of the congress. For a detailed description of each topic, consult the congress themes .

Theme 1: Cultural Studies
Theme 2: History, Geography, Humans and the Environment
Theme 3: Development and Transformation of Social Structures
Theme 4: Civic Ideals and Practices
Theme 5: Global Connections and Exchange
Theme 6: Power, Authority, and Governance
Theme 7: Creation, Expansion, and Interaction of Economic Systems
Theme 8: Science, Technology, and Innovation

Session type

Choose the type of presentation you want to perform. Consult the description of the congress sessions to find the one that best fits best your work.

  • Communication
  • Workshop
  • Poster

Acceptance of submission terms

Before proceeding, you should read and agree to the Terms of submission and Copyright Terms. The sending of a proposal to the congress is conditioned to the acceptance of these terms:

  • After submitting the proposal, you will receive a confirmation message that may reach your spam folder. Please look at the spam folder and mark the message as “no spam” to ensure the correct reception of the following notifications.
  • The Scientific Committee will review the proposal and provide a response within 2-3 weeks. Once your proposal is accepted, you can register for the congress. Remember that the proposal will not be included in the congress program until the registration is fully paid.
  • Authors will retain copyright and allow the congress organizers to publish the abstracts of their presentations in the congress webpages. The authors agree to the terms of this Copyright Notice, which will apply to this submission if and when it is published by this conference.
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Step 2

About the Authors

Indicate the authors and (if any) co-authors of the proposal. The information marked in bold is mandatory.

  • First name
  • Middle name
  • Last name
  • Email
  • URL
  • Affiliation (University or Organization)
  • Country
  • Bio statement (E.g., department and rank)

Details of the proposal

Indicate the title and abstract of the proposal. Please remember that:

  • The title of the proposal must be written in uppercase and lowercase letters.
  • The abstract must have a maximum of 300 words.
  • The title and abstract must be in the language in which the presentation will be made.

Indexing

Indicate the keywords and the language of your paper. Please remember that:

  • Keywords must be separated by commas.
  • The language must be indicated by the following code: es (Spanish); pt (Portuguese); en (English).

Supporting Agencies (optional)

Identify the agencies that sponsor or subsidize the work you present at the conference.
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Step 3

Confirming the Submission

When you complete the previous steps, click “Finish Submission” to send your proposal to the Scientific Committee. You will receive an acknowledgment by email and you will be able to see what stage your work is in if you access your author account on the computer platform. Thank you for submitting your proposal!

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