Milan, Italy (2021)

The 4th round of ICRHS CONFERENCE was held in Milan (Italy) _  2021. 

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

ICRHS Highlighted Speakers

Name Article Title Affiliation
Social Sciences Conference Dr. Veronika Bocsi What do university students think about the roles of intellectuals? Empirical findings of a Hungarian analysis University of Debrecen, Hungary
Social Sciences Conference Prof Dr Sladjana  Živković Critical thinking development in the ESP course for engineering students based on Bloom’s taxonomy Coleege of Applied Technical Sciences, Serbia
Negative Prefixes in English and Their Equivalents in Serbian within Computer Register
Social Sciences Conference Ms. Fengyuan ZHANG Examining the Role of Chinese Diaspora Media During the COVID-19 Pandemic: The case of Sing Tao US ‘Current Events Observation’ The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Social Sciences Conference Dr. ZEKİYE  TAMER GENCER The Role of Covid-19 in Early Childhood Education: Evaluation of Children’s Participation in Digital Environments SIVAS CUMHURIYET UNIVERSITY, Turkey
Social Sciences Conference Ms. Yening  Hu Preference or Controversy: What Predicts Virality Most? Wenzhou Kean University, China
Social Sciences Conference Dr. Dana  Vasiliu The Oedipal Detective and the Riddling Metropolis: New Visions of Urban Catharsis in BBC’s Sherlock University of Bucharest, Romania
Social Sciences Conference Dr. Ognyan  Koychev Women’s Emotional Experience to COVID 19 Social Constraints Influenced by Loneliness Feelings, Optimism and Negative Expectations Plovdiv University “Paisii Hilendarski”, Bulgaria
Social Sciences Conference Prof Dr Adelina  Çerpja The Phenomenon of Gender Shift in Albanian Language Institute of Linguistic and Literature, Academy of Albanian Studies, Albania
Social Sciences Conference Prof. Dr. Juliana  Dushanova Protocol for visual intervention of developmental dyslexia Institute of Neurobiology, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria
Social Sciences Conference Ms. Geranda  Mulla The impact of COVID-19 on Youth Unemployment in Albania NATO Communication and Information Agency, Netherlands
Social Sciences Conference Mrs. Zhang  Mingli Empowering Mrs. Ramsay:  Chinese Feminist Translations of Virginia Woolf’s To the Lighthouse Foreign Language School of Shenzhen University, Shenzhen, China
Social Sciences Conference Mrs. Laxmi  Rai Tracing the Significance of the Prophecies of the Witches in Shakespeare’s Macbeth and the Nepali Shamans in the Perspective of Folklore National Institute of Technology, Sikkim, India
Social Sciences Conference Mrs. Lekha  Rai Redemption of the Naga Historical Consciousness: An Analysis of Temsula Ao’s These Hills Called Home – Stories from a War Zone National Institute of Technology, Sikkim, India
Social Sciences Conference Ms. Karina  Sumano Striking for Wages, Not Marriage: How Middle-Class Ideologies of Gender and Whiteness Shaped the Plight of Tailoress Activists Simmons University, United States
Social Sciences Conference Mrs. Andi  Chen Social contact and health among Chinese older adults in China Beijing No.8 Middle School, China
Social Sciences Conference Ms. Jiawei  Wang Research on the Communication Strategy of Sino-US Trade War from the Perspective of Framing Theory — Take People’s Daily and The New York Times as Examples Haining Media Center, China
Social Sciences Conference Dr.Viktoriya  Angelova Mentoring – the Connection Between Volunteering and Social Work University of Plovdiv „Paisii Hilendarski“, Bulgaria