ABSTRACT DEADLINE EXTENDED, Online International Symposium on “Rethinking Alienation Beyond the Pandemic from Local to Global: The New Normal from Theory to Practice”, May 27-29, 2021

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Type: 
Symposium
Date: 
April 1, 2021 to September 1, 2021
Location: 
Turkey
Subject Fields: 
Diplomacy and International Relations, Political Science, Psychology, Public Health, Social Sciences

Dear colleagues,

Due to the numerous requests for extension and the huge volume of abstract submissions that are flowing in Symposium on “Rethinking Alienation Beyond the Pandemic from Local to Global: The New Normal from Theory to Practice” wishes to announce that the deadline for the submission of abstracts has been extended until 30 April 2021.

 

For more information:

Tel: + 90-532-528 28 40

E-mail: sympandemic21@ayvansaray.edu.tr

Symposium Website: www.ayvansaray.edu.tr/tr-TR/sympandandemic21/105623

Subjects headings planned to be presented in the symposium have been given below. Different topics can also be offered on the condition it is compatible with the general framework of the symposium. The Papers will be presented either in Turkish or English. 

Subject Headings:

•             Alienation and Crisis Management

•             Brand Communication in the Digital Transformation

•             Digital Marketing Transformation

•             Digital right to the city and social movements

•             Digital transformation and new public space

•             Digitalization of daily life in pandemics

•             Economic and social recession

•             Effects of the pandemic on education

•             Effects of the pandemic on security policies

•             Freedom of international circulation and health safety

•             From an environmental crisis to a health crisis: pandemic

•             From historical epidemics to Covid-19

•             Global and local cooperation and organizations

•             Globalization as a way of healing together

•             Monopolization from food to oil

•             Pandemic psychology

•             Parental alienation

•             Participation, development of democracy locally and globally

•             Population movements and migration during the pandemic

•             Public diplomacy

•             Reflections of alienation in literature & cinema

•             Social classes and the pandemic

•             The 'otherness' in the interconnected global world

•             The transformation and role of translation in times of the pandemic

•             Women during the pandemic

 

Contact Info: 

For more information:

Tel: + 90-532-528 28 40

E-mail: sympandemic21@ayvansaray.edu.tr

Symposium Website: www.ayvansaray.edu.tr/tr-TR/sympandandemic21/105623