The Success Story of ICSHE 2020

Due to the global Coronavirus pandemic, Oral speakers of the 4th International Conference on Social sciences, Humanities and Education announced their decision to be shifted to Virtual presentation mode. Therefore, the ICSHE 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.

AuthorArticle TitleAffiliation
Ms. Lina AleassaFostering Resilience in the aftermath of the EU 2015 European Neighborhood Policy (ENP) review׃ Evidence from JordanCorvinus University of Budapest, Hungary
Mrs. Isabella QuateraUberization of life, training and work paths: the rider’s caseUniversity of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy
Dr. Fatih AydoğduDetermination of Dentists’ Views on Children’s Mouth and Dental HealthErzincan Binali Yıldırım University, Turkey
Mrs.Mariam MehrabyanThe purpose, tasks, provisions of a person-centered intensive program psychotherapyNA NASRA, Psychological center Zhesture, Armenia
Mr.Arkadi MehrabyanThe definition of the psychological pressure on children by the parents at the Post-divorce stagePsychological center Zhesture,Armenia
Ms.Lusine GrigoryanOvercoming high anxiety by the means of a person-centered intensive program psychotherapyPsychological center Zhesture, Armenia
Ms.Mariam Vardan KarapetyanThe Causality of serial killers’ crime in early childhoodYerevan State University, Psychological center Zhesture, Armenia
Mrs.Ani Gevorg ApitonyanManipulation as a type of impact on interpersonal relationships in the origins of interpersonal conflictsPsychological center Zhesture,Armenia
Prof.Nasiru Medugu IdrisEffects of Discharge Effluents from Kaduna Refinery on River Rido, Kaduna, NigeriaNasarawa State University Keffi, Nigeria
Dr.Desi PriantiInstagram In Fixing Our Everyday Life ExperienceUniversitas Brawijaya, Indonesia
Mr.MD AfsarCase study of Urban and Rural Women Journalists in IndiaManav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies, India
Mrs.Bela B. BidovaThe concept of national interests in the modern theory of state and lawFaculty of Law, Chechen State University, Russia
Dr.Yustina Trihoni Nalesti DewiSOCIAL RECONSTRUCTION AS A FORM OF COLLECTIVE POST-CONFLICT REPARATION FOR THE PEOPLES OF AMBONSoegijapranata Catholic University, Indonesia
Mr.Lawrence AbiwuCapacity building strategies to promote sustainability of Higher Education Institutions post the COVID-19University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Mr.Niccolò MartiniLearning to die. Analysis of the cultural role of voluntary deathUniversità di Bologna, Italy
Mrs.Chipo ChiterekaChildren’s Access to Primary and Secondary Education in Slum Settlements of Zimbabwe: Insights from Hopley FarmUniversity of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe
Miss.Tatia ChiradzeThe Value and the Representation of the Concept – “Dream” in the Lexical-Semantic System and Discourse of English LanguageThe University of Georgia, Georgia
Mr.Frinze Al BernalGender Based Differentiation Among the Elected Barangay Officials in the First District of Cavite, PhilippinesCavite State University-Cavite City Campus, Philippines
Mr.Bogdan Eugen Anagnastopol3D Digital scanning imaging for cultural heritage preservation: The case study of Greek Churches in TransylvaniaBabes Bolyai University, Romania
Ms.Bhakti DeodharNetworks of the ‘Repugnant Other’: Understanding Right-wing Political Mobilization in GermanyIndian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
Miss.Philisiwe HadebeUnderstanding the prevelance of police torture and assault in KwaZulu-Natal, South AfricaUniversity of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Dr. John Chidubem NwaogaiduConversion and influence of Christianity on African traditional marriage ritualsUniversity of Nigeria, Nigeria
Mrs.Tamayba LaraPOLITICAL PARTICIPATION, LEADING ROLE AND TECHNOLOGICAL ACCESS FOR WOMEN TO OVERCOME GENDER INEQUALITIES. SPOKESWOMEN OF THE COMMUNAL INTEGRATION SYSTEM (SINCO) 2014-2019Centro para la Investigación Social (CEIS), Venezuela
Ms.Asmar GoyushovaThe Political relations between Urartu and Manna in the light of cuneiform inscriptionsAzerbaijan National Academy of Sciences The İnstitute of History, Azerbaijan

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