2014 Annual Conference on Children, Women, and Social Studies.
Annual Conference on Children, Women, and Social Studies(ACCAWS) offers the occasion for wide-ranging, interdisciplinary discussion covering both academia and research. ACCAWS 2013 will bring together experts and leaders from the academic and business world to consider some of the pressing issues scholars and academics are facing in an open forum; seeking to define questions, pursue answers, search for research synergies and more; to both reflect on the recent past, and look forward, to exchange ideas and findings, in the exciting environment of Hong Kong.
ACCAWS conferences have an intellectual hub for academic discussions for the colleagues in the areas of Children, Women, and Social Studies, participants have found an excellent opportunity for presenting new researches, exchanging information and discussing current issues. We believe that our future conferences will improve further the development of knowledge in these fields.
Potential authors and listeners who are interested ACCAWS should note that the whole participation steps involve up to 7 steps, each of which should be carefully looked out.
Step 1. Grow interest
Glance over our website and find out your topic of interest in "Call for Papers". Papers in the research disciplines across biological engineering and natural science are greatly welcomed.
Step 2. Register as a member
Each participants will need to register as a member.
Step 3. Submit your abstract/Paper
Authors would have to ensure that your paper has been submitted on our website before June. 15, 2014, for reviewing.
For details about our submission instruction, please refer to
" Guide for Submit Paper.pdf".
Step 4. Receive the acceptance or rejection letter
Authors will receive their acceptance letters on June.30, 2014.
Step 5. Final paper and registration deadline July .20, 2014.
Final papers for being included in the proceedings and audiences should complete the registration process no later than July. 20, 2014.
Step 6. Pay for registration fee in the case of acceptance
Authors who will present their brainchild at the conference, be it oral or poster, will have to pay 400 USD; whereas the fee for listeners will cost 250 USD. Payments can be made either through Paypal or your local bank. So long as your payment is successful, we will sent you the invitation letter.
Step 7. Participate in the conference
Either oral or poster presentation
Step 8. Publication Opportunities
Accepted and presented papers at the conference will be published by the ACCAWS in the official CD of proceedings.
Topics: Children & Women Studies
Introduction to Child Psychology.
Children of Disrupted Families.
Woman in History.
Sociology of Gender.
Sex Roles in Cross-Cultural Perspective.
Human Physical Growth and Development.
Literature of East-West Confrontation.
Labor and Population Economy
Urban and Rural Economy
Real Estate Economy
Psychology and Counseling
Adult and Continuing Education
Health Promotion and Health Education
Civic Education and Leadership
Information and Computer Education
Library and Information Studies
Early Childhood Education
Teaching and Learning
Social Research or Social Science
Social Policy and Social Legislation
Caring or Research for the Elderly
Online Society or Online Community
Ethic in Society or Online Society
Technology or Criminology in Society or Online Society
Social Work in Modern Society
Language and Communication
Education Connunication and Technology
Economic and Financial Law
Labor and Social Law
Museum and Heritage
Psychology of Religion
Psychology of Law
Personality and Social Psychology
Measurement and Statistics
Mental Diseases and Psychotherapy
Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Public Administration and Policy
International Affairs and Strategic Studies
Governmental System and Practices
Politics and Ethics
Elections and Voting Behavior
Reforming and Consolidated
History of western political thought
Western constitutional thought
American Politics Research
African Government and Politics
Asian Political and Economic Comparison
Government and Politics in Southeast Asia
Government and Politics in Middle East