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About The Conference

“Culture and Society for Local and Global Sustainable Development”

As the world is facing serious population, environmental, food, and security issues that pertain to human survival and existence, it is imperative that all efforts made in terms of research, knowledge production, social activism, and community initiatives be dedicated to global sustainable development that is founded on fundamental principles such as respect for life, human rights, and environment. Social sciences and the humanities are called to be at the forefront of such concerted global efforts in the area of education, research, and community engagement. Building awareness and mobilizing people on how sustainable development can serve as the guiding beacon for opening up ways to the future have to be systematically and strategically prepared, and this is where social science and humanities scholars can play an important role. Major contributions in terms of ideas, designs, models, and strategies on how society and culture at both the local and global levels can be geared toward creating and securing sustainable development are, therefore, expected to come out from this conference.

Selected papers will be published in the Scopus/Thomson Reuter-indexed proceedings or Scopus-indexed journals.

The conference talks about current issues in Social and Political Sciences, such as the issues of governance and social order; social development and community development; global challenges and inequality; civil society and social movement; IT-based community and social transformation; poverty alleviation and corporate social responsibility; and gender issues. Asia and the Pacific are the particular regions that the conference focuses on as they have become new centers of social and political development. Therefore, this book covers areas that have been traditionally known as the social and political areas such as communication studies, political studies, governance studies, criminology, sociology, social welfare, anthropology and international relations. The conference will help shed light on what social and political scholars in Asia and the Pacific have done in terms of research and knowledge development, as well as the new frontiers of research that have been explored and opening up, which can connect the two regions with the rest of the globe.

Link: http://aprish.ui.ac.id/social/

The conference highlights both the challenges and opportunities in the field of psychology and behavioral sciences, with an emphasis on identifying practical implications for professionals, educators and administrators, and researchers in Asia and Pacific regions. The conference will discuss the state-of-the-art topics, on critical issues, in various sub-fields of psychology and the behavioral sciences, such as Clinical Psychology, Child & Developmental Psychology, Industrial & Organizational Psychology, Experimental Psychology, Social Psychology, and Educational Psychology.

Link: http://aprish.ui.ac.id/psychology/

The conference talks about current legal issues in law and justice, and their role and transformation in a globalizing world. Among topics covered include human rights, criminal law, law of the sea, good governance, democracy, foreign investment, and regional integration. The conference focuses on Asia and the Pacific, two regions where law has taken an inevitable position in creating and shaping the regional integrations, new legal institutions, and norms. This reconfirms the idea that legal order is extremely important in the global world. Simply put, this book provides new insights and new horizon on how law and justice took part in globalizing human interaction, especially in the Asia Pacific region.

 

Link: http://aprish.ui.ac.id/law/

The book talks about current issues in economics, business, and accounting in which economic agents, as well as entrepreneurs and professionals, compete as well as collaborate in the globalizing world. It covers areas such as economic development and sustainability, labor market competition, Islamic economic and business, marketing, finance, accounting standard compliances, and taxation. Asia and the Pacific are the particular regions that the conference focuses on as they have become the growth engine of the world economy with the contribution of two-third of the global growth. The conference will help shed light on what business and economic scholars in Asia and the Pacific have done in terms of research and knowledge development, as well as the new frontiers of research that have been explored and opening up, which can connect the two regions with the rest of the globe.

Link: http://aprish.ui.ac.id/economics/

The conference talks about current issues in arts and humanities in which peoples and cultures compete as well as collaborate in globalizing the world while maintaining their uniqueness as viewed from cross- and inter-disciplinary perspectives. The conference covers areas such as literature, cultural studies, archaeology, philosophy, history, language studies, information and literacy studies, and area studies. Asia and the Pacific are the particular regions that the conference focuses on as they have become new centers of knowledge production in arts and humanities and, in the future, seem to be able to grow significantly as a major contributor of culture, science and arts to the globalized world. The conference will help shed light on what arts and humanities scholars in Asia and the Pacific have done in terms of research and knowledge development, as well as the new frontiers of research that have been explored and opening up, which can connect the two regions with the rest of the globe.

Link: http://aprish.ui.ac.id/arts/

Theme: Culture and Society for Local and Global Sustainable Development

Subthemes

1. Digital Humanities 28. Labor, Environment, and Sustainable Development
2. Arts, Literature, and Ecology 29. Contemporary Fiscal Issues in Developing Economies
3. Philosophy and Environment 30. Challenges and Strategies in Poverty Alleviation
4. Social Media, Social Movement, and Social Change 31. Economic Growth and Sustainability
5. Conflict Resolution and Global Peace 32. Agricultural Development Policy and Food Security
6. Human Mobility and Security 33. Globalization and Developing Countries
7. Urbanism and Regional Planning 34. Equitable and Sustainable Natural Resource Management
8. Race, Class, and Gender and Social Justice 35. Role of SME in Supporting Economic Growth and Social Empowerment
9.  Knowledge Production, Preservation, and Management 36. Green Economy and Sustainable Development
10. Oral and Public History 37. Education and Sustainable Development
11. Cultural Resource Management and Space Studies 38. Health and Sustainable Development
12. Behavior and Environment 39. Women Empowerment and Sustainable Development
13. Law, Ethics, and Customs 40. Islamic Perspectives on Sustainable Development
14. Regional Economics and Cultural Communities 41. Contribution of Islamic Economics, Banking, and Finance to Financial Inclusion and Economic Growth
15. Education, Demography, and Mobility 42. Islamic Finance and Sustainable Financing
16. Role of Public Policy in Enhancing Business Competitiveness 43. Impacts of Globalization in the Development of Muslim Countries
17. Child and Youth Development 44. Free Trade Areas and Custom Unions in the Muslim World
18. Mental Health, Well Being, and Community Development 45. Role of Islamic Socio-Economic Institutions in Economic Development
19. Intercultural Contact, Social Exchange, and Identity Formation 46. Regulation and Stability of Islamic Banking and Finance
20. The Disabled, the Marginal, and Individuals with Special Needs 47. Halal Food Industry
21. Financial Stability and Sustainability 48. Media, Recreation, and Halal Lifestyle
22. Strategic Leadership and Governance for Global Institutions 49. Halal Pharmaceuticals and Cosmetics
23. Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development 50. Islamic Business Ethics
24. Marketing and Globalization 51. Waqf and Zakah Management
25. Sustainability Accounting and Accountability 52. Halal Certification and Quality Management
26.  Industrial Development, Agglomeration, and Networking 53. Islamic Organization and Governance
27.  Human Capital and Innovation for Sustainable Development 54. Islamic Business Leadership

The deadline for revision and resubmission of papers is extended to September 15, 2017 (Indonesian Time). All revised papers are to be resubmit via the OCS, using the same username and password that each individual author has already possessed. The final submitted draft has to comply with all the guidelines and is declared plagiarism-free.

Only papers that meet the requirements of the guidelines will be given presentation slots, which will be posted on the program. Another selection process involving publisher’s editors or journals editors will take place separately, and authors whose papers are selected will be contacted by the Committee at a later date.

REVISED PAPER RESUBMISSION

For resubmission of revised papers, authors are to use their username and password to access their accounts. Click the title of the paper, and scroll down to “Director’s Decision”, then upload the revised paper.

All revised papers have to be in good English, and follow the format guidelines stated on this website. Papers exceeding the 5000-word limit will not be considered for post-conference publication.

The Committee will issue payment receipts for participants who have paid the registration fee on the first day of the conference during the re-registration session. No email will be sent for payment confirmation.

Overseas participants may pay the registration fee on site when they arrive at the venue. The Committee does not receive paypal payment, international bank transfer, or payment made by credit card.

The full rundown of the three-day conference will be posted on the website after September 23, 2017, as we intend to provide a maximum protection to authors’ privacy from spams by predatory publishers offering publication service.

Call for Papers

The 2nd Asia-Pacific Research in Social Sciences and Humanities Conference Committee invite panel and individual papers, round-table proposals, and workshop proposals for submission to the conference.

Panel proposal

A panel consists of minimum 3 (three) papers and maximum 5 (five) papers and is proposed by a panel organizer; each paper should be between 4000 – 4500 words (excl. abstract, reference list, tables/figures, and author’s bio). The panel’s title should be typed above the title of each paper.

Individual Paper

The paper should be between 4000 – 4500 words (excl. abstract, reference list, tables/figures, and author’s bio), and has never been published before or is currently being submitted to another conference or not being considered for publication.

Round-Table Proposal

A round-table is proposed by a chairperson, consisting of  7 (seven) to 10 (ten) papers, each contains 4000 – 4500 words (excl. abstract, reference list, tables/figures, and author’s bio), to be considered for a special publication separate from the other papers. The round-table’s title should be typed above the title of each paper.

Workshop

A workshop can be proposed to offer practical methods, or promote new designs/products relevant with the theme, or skill enhancement program; the proposer has to submit a full paper as well, consisting of 4000 – 4500 words, to be considered for inclusion in the proceeding.

Guidelines

All papers must contain an abstract, information of the author, institution, and email address, as well as a short bio at the end. Papers are typed in .doc format, single spaced, using Times New Roman font 12.

The structure of the paper consists of an introduction section, a method section, a finding and discussion section, and a concluding section.

No footnotes or endnotes are allowed, and all citations should appear in text using the author – date system. Page numbering should be at the bottom center of each page, without any header/footer.

For references, authors are advised to use the Chicago Style (16th ed.) or the APA Style (6th ed.).

Authors are responsible for ensuring the originality of the content of their paper, and shall avoid plagiarism at all time.

Failure to comply with the guidelines may result in rejection.

Selected papers will be published in the Scopus/Thomson Reuter-indexed proceedings or Scopus-indexed journals.

Paper Submission

Paper submission’s deadline is July 15, 2017.

All papers should be submitted via the OCS (Open Conference System). Authors have to create a login name and password, and mention the type of submission (individual paper, panel paper, round-table paper, or workshop paper) when submitting the paper by the OCS.

All papers will be subject to a blind-review process, and accepted papers that need revision should be revised accordingly and resubmitted. The deadline for the resubmission of revised papers is August 17, 2017 (extended to September 15). Resubmission is done via the OCS, using the same login name and password created during the OCS registration.

For detailed guidelines for paper, go to the Call for Papers section.

Important Dates

Call for Papers :

April 1 – June 17, 2017 (extended to July 15)


Review Process :

June 17 – July 17, 2017 (extended to August 5)


Announcement of Selection Result :

July 18, 2017 (extended to August 6)


Revision & Resubmission :

July 19 – August 17, 2017 (extended to September 15)


Registration and Payment :

August 1 – August 31, 2017 (extended to September 25)


Conference : September 27 – 29, 2017


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Culture and Society for Local and Global Sustainable Development

September 27 – 29, 2017
Margo Hotel, Jln.Margonda Raya, Depok, West Java, INDONESIA
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