7th Annual Conference on Social Injustice:
Published date: April 11, 2019
The Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice will be hosting its annual conference on the campus of Virginia State University (Petersburg, VA) on Thursday – Friday, April 11-12, 2019. The theme of this year’s conference is “Modernization and Globalization in the 21st Century.”
This conference comes up at a time when the world is becoming a global village. The pace of modernization and global integration has dramatically increased over the years, thereby making the world more interdependent than ever. Obviously, globalization has impacted lives, international trade, economy, politics, cultures, laws and order, information technology, education and many other aspects of society. This condition of interdependency in the world today has given rise to a conference that could bring people with diverse thinking and ideas, from different disciplines to brain storm on the issues that follow. We are expecting participation from intellectuals around the world.
Sub-theme 1: Law and Order – The Criminal Justice System
Sub-theme 2: The Courts and Individual Freedom
Sub-theme 3: Large Scale Organization and Policy Decision Making
Sub-theme 4: Issues of Feminism in the 21st Century
Sub-theme 5: Racism, Ethnicism and Governance
Sub-theme 6: Gender Issues and Inequalities
Sub-theme 7: Terrorism and Safety
Sub-theme 8: The New Frontier – Cyberwarfare and Identity Theft
Sub-theme 9: Religion and the Society
Sub-theme 10: Inequality, Injustice and the Class System
Sub-theme 11: Politics of Exclusion and Inclusion
Sub-theme 12: The Challenges of Education in the Global Community
Abstracts and Paper Submission
You may submit abstracts for a Thematic Panel, Individual Paper Presentation, Poster Presentation, or Roundtable Discussion/Presentation.
All abstracts should be submitted to the Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. You should submit your abstract indicating the sub-theme that you think is the best fit for your presentation. A typical abstract will summarize the scope, purpose, the major content of research and conclusion in one paragraph of about 200 words. Conference committee will send letter of acceptance within one week of submission. You may submit MORE THAN ONE ABSTRACT.
A book of readings is expected to be produced from the papers presented at this conference. Papers will be sent to reviewers and if judged acceptable will be included in the book. In addition, we hope to include high quality papers in our journal “International Journal for Social Sciences Research and Practice” (IJSSRP)
The deadline to submit abstracts is Friday December 7, 2018.
Please note that the submission of abstracts has been updated to Wednesday February 27, 2019