Conference History – Third Round

Due to the global Coronavirus pandemic, Oral speakers of the 3rd International Conference on Modern Approaches in Humanities and Social sciences announced their decision to be shifted to Virtual presentation mode. Therefore, the ICMHS 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.

Conference Proceeding

Highlighted Speakers

Author Article title Affiliation
social sciences conference Dr.Daniela Carstea On Anarchism – Discourse Analysis University of Bucharest,Romania
social sciences conference Dr.SEZIN AKTEPE ARTIK Online Dispute Resolutions Altinbas University/ InShield Int. Consultancy, UAE
Mr.Abdullah Hamed Al-Maani Culture and Education: Oman’s Soft Power Instruments Sultan Qaboos University,Oman
Dr.Leandro A. Loyola Understanding Holistic Development and Wellness: Experiences and Perspectives of Filipino Student Leaders De La Salle University,Philippines
social sciences conference Dr.Hojjatollah Farahani Fuzzy Cognitive Maps for Impact Assessment in Psychological Research: Case study of Psychological well-being Tarbiat Modares University,Iran
Ms.Viktória Borda Post-Socialist Path in Urban Development University of Pécs,Hungary
Dr.Julianna Boros „Between two worlds” – the connections between the educational and social mobility of Roma in Hungary int he light of a career guidance program University of Pécs, Faculty of Humanities, Department of Community and Social Work,Hungary
Ms.Szilvia Nyers A 21st Century Movement: An Anthropological Study of the Budapest Bike Mafia University of Pécs,Hungary
Dr.Jozsef Madacsy Ethical dilemmas of harm reduction for substance users University of Pecs, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Institute of Social Relations, Department of Community and Social Studies,Hungary
Dr.Marta BOGNARNE ERDOS Gender Differences in Hungarian Social Workers’ Professional Identity Components University of Pécs, Department of Community and Social Studies,Hungary
Prof Dr.Dolores Alemany-Martinez Angels of Darkness: Rethinking suicidal ideation from a gender perspective University of Alicante – EOI, Spain