Thesis Publication

We organize series of Workshops and conferences around the year for scholars interested in presenting papers in all fields of social science, education, Technology and Social Science, and to publish their papers in the Canadian International Journal of Social Science and Education.

Canadian centre for research and development | Ontario
Canadian centre for research and development | Ontario

Call for Papers

Masters degree and PHD Students are encouraged to present their final thesis related to all areas of Social Science, Education, e-learning, Accounting, Banking, Finance, Economics, Management, Business Law, Business Ethics, and Business Education, e-business, Psychology, Sociology, political science, Computer Science, Anthropology, Philosophy, Journalism and Mass communication, Social work etc. for publication in the Canadian International Journal of Social Science and Education.

People without papers can also participate in this conference.

If you are unable to attend the conference, you may still join the community and submit your article for peer review and possible publication, upload an online presentation, and enjoy subscriber access to the journal.

Submission of Proposal / Abstract

We welcome abstracts of completed or proposed research for presentation (oral, poster or virtual formats) and for publication in the conference proceedings. Academics, college administrators, corporate executives, experts, consultants, professional researchers, and independent scholars are encouraged to submit their works. We also welcome case studies, work-in-progress reports or proposals done by graduate students in any of the conference topic areas.

To submit either an abstract or full paper, please email us a copy of your proposal as a MS Word file attachment including all authors’ names and affiliation.

Format at of Presentation

Paper Sessions will consist of three to four presentations in a 90-minute session. The session will be divided equally between the presenters.

Workshop presentations will be given a full 90-minute session.

 

Panel sessions will provide an opportunity for three or more presenters to speak in a more open and conversational setting with conference attendees. Submissions for these 90-minute sessions should include the name, department, affiliation, and email address of each panellist in addition to a description of the presentation and the title page.

 

Poster sessions will last 90 minutes and consist of a large number of presenters. Poster sessions allow attendees to speak with the presenters on a one-to-one basis.

The following supplies will be provided for poster sessions: Easel Tri-fold display board (48 x 36 inches) Markers Push pins Tape Round table Chairs Powerpoint Presentations At the conference, the presentation room will be equipped with a laptop, a digital projector and a projector screen. The laptop will be set up for Powerpoint presentations. Linux and Mac users are asked to save their presentations in a compatible format.

This type of session is best suited for reports on completed research or scholarly work. Authors present summaries or overviews of their work, describing the essential features (related to purpose, procedures, outcomes or product).

The formal oral presentation of work should be limited to 15 minutes. Presentations are grouped according to topic or perspective into these themed sessions (which may be 60, 75, or 90 minutes), with time provided after all of the presentations for Q&A and group discussion. Authors are welcome to include visual supports (paper handouts, computer slides, or digital displays) to assist the delivery of their oral presentation.

This format is ideal for presenting preliminary results of work in progress or for projects that lend themselves to visual displays and representations. In these sessions (generally about 40 minutes), a number of authors have the opportunity to display or exhibit their work and engage in informal discussion about their work with other delegates throughout the session.

Displays may be posters (maximum 4×6 feet), digital/computer displays, artwork, or other visual media.

Each display should include a brief abstract of the purpose and procedures of the work; handouts or copies of written material may also be available. Space for the poster or exhibit will be provided by the Conference, however all materials must be organized by the presenter, including posters, displays, handouts or other appropriate materials.

Please note that we cannot guarantee a dedicated power source for each presenter. Authors may submit a formal paper describing their work to the Journal.

Registration and Payment

All Masters degree and PHD students intending to submit their papers for publication are required to pay a Registration fee of CAD$100 and a Journal Publication fee of CAD$250.

While we prefer credit card payment online with major credit/debit cards we also accept transfer payment via MoneyGram or Western Union.

We do not recommend use of third-parties to process online registration payments. Third-parties should process registration payments via MoneyGram or Western Union.

Before registering via MoneyGram or Western Union please email us at conference@canadiancentre-research.org

To proceed with your registration and payment online please visit the Registration and Payment page.

Conference Themes

Topics include (but not limited to):

  • Administrative Sciences
  • Anthropology
  •  Applied Social Modeling and Simulation
  • Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
  • Business Information Management
  • Business Information Systems
  • Business, Economics, Management and Marketing
  • Business, Finance and Tourism Management
  • Cognitive, Psychological and Behavioral Sciences
  • Communication and Information Technologies in Social Sciences
  • Communication, Communities and e-societies
  • Computational Methods in Social Science
  • Confluence of Social Networks, Artificial Intelligence, Complexity Country studies
  • Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies with International Relations
  • Data mining in Social Science
  • Digital Libraries, Archives and Repositories
  • Economics, Financial and Industrial Systems
  • Economics, Markets and Systems
  • Education and Information Technologies
  • Education Science and Technology
  • Educational Technology
  • Electoral Competition
  • Energy Alternatives
  • Energy, Environment, Sustainable Development
  • Environmental studies
  • E-Society and Online Communities
  • Ethical Issues and Challenges
  • Ethnic Studies/International Studies
  • Finance
  • Gender Studies
  • Geographic Information Systems
  • Geography and Geological Sciences
  • Health Issues and Services
  • History
  • Human and Social Evolutionary Complexity
  • Human Development based on psychological and social concepts
  • Human Rights Development
  • Human-Computer Interactions
  • Human-Environment Interactions
  • Knowledge Management and Knowledge Economy
  • Land-Use Modeling Techniques and Applications
  • Law and Justice
  • Political Science and Decision Making
  • Politics, society, and international relations
  • Population and Development
  • Preservation and Green Urbanism
  • Psychology
  • Public Administration
  • Public Governance
  • Race/Ethnic Studies
  • Social and Organizational Networks
  • Social Complexity
  • Social Computing
  • Social Network Analysis
  • Social Systems Dynamics
  • Social Work
  • Social-Psychological, Social, Organizational, and Technological Systems
  • Socio-Cognitive-Technological Systems
  • Sociology
  • Sociology and Social Computation
  • Sport and Physical Education
  • Sustainable Development
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