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CFP: First International Conference on Humanities for Smart Societies 2023 (HMSS 23)

Updated: Apr 26, 2023



Call for Papers

The First International Conference on Humanities and Management for Smart Societies 2023 (HMSS 23) invites submissions of original research papers, case studies, and innovative ideas that address the theme of "Smart Societies: Integration of Humanities and Management." The conference will be held online on 27th and 28th May 2023, and will provide a platform for scholars, researchers, policy makers, and practitioners to present their work and engage in interdisciplinary discussions on a wide range of topics related to the theme.

We invite submissions that address, but are not limited to, the following tracks:

Track 1: Digital Transformation and its Impact on Smart Societies, from a humanities and management perspective:

  1. The social, cultural, and ethical implications of digital transformation on smart societies

  2. Human-centric design for smart societies: user experience, service design, and co-creation

  3. Digital entrepreneurship and innovation in smart societies: new business models, start-ups, and incubators

  4. The role of digital transformation in sustainable development: circular economy, green technologies, and sustainable business practices

  5. The impact of digital transformation on the labor market and future of work: new skills, remote work, and automation

  6. Digital governance and policy-making for smart societies: regulatory frameworks, public-private partnerships, and data protection

  7. Digital literacy and skills development for smart societies: education and training, digital citizenship, and lifelong learning

  8. Social and psychological aspects of digital transformation: well-being, privacy, and social identity

  9. Digital inclusion and accessibility in smart societies: digital divide, universal design, and social justice

  10. Critical perspectives on digital transformation: power relations, cultural hegemony, and surveillance capitalism

  11. The impact of digital transformation on the arts and humanities: creative practices, storytelling, and cultural heritage

  12. The role of artificial intelligence and machine learning in shaping smart societies: ethics, governance, and accountability

  13. Digital transformation and cultural diversity: inclusive representation, intercultural communication, and global perspectives

  14. The impact of digital transformation on traditional industries: challenges and opportunities for business and management

  15. Digital transformation and social innovation: community engagement, social entrepreneurship, and sustainable development goals

  16. The role of digital transformation in shaping smart cities: urban planning, citizen participation, and sustainable mobility

  17. The impact of digital transformation on the media and journalism: fake news, disinformation, and media literacy

  18. The role of digital transformation in promoting health and well-being: e-health, telemedicine, and digital therapeutics

Track 2: Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Smart Societies

  1. The role of innovation and entrepreneurship in building smart societies: challenges, opportunities, and strategies

  2. Human-centric design for innovative and entrepreneurial practices: user experience, co-creation, and service design

  3. Social innovation and entrepreneurship in smart societies: impact-driven business models, social enterprises, and public-private partnerships

  4. Sustainable entrepreneurship and innovation in smart societies: circular economy, green technologies, and sustainable business practices

  5. Digital entrepreneurship and innovation in smart societies: start-ups, incubators, and digital platforms

  6. Entrepreneurial education and training for smart societies: skill development, entrepreneurial mindset, and lifelong learning

  7. Entrepreneurial ecosystems in smart societies: clusters, networks, and partnerships

  8. Intellectual property rights and innovation in smart societies: patenting, licensing, and open innovation

  9. Business model innovation for smart societies: disruptive innovation, blue ocean strategy, and value proposition design

  10. The role of social capital and networks in entrepreneurship and innovation: social networks, social capital, and trust

  11. Innovation and entrepreneurship in traditional industries: challenges and opportunities for business and management

  12. The impact of culture and diversity on entrepreneurship and innovation in smart societies: cultural dimensions, intercultural communication, and cross-border entrepreneurship

  13. The role of government policies and programs in promoting innovation and entrepreneurship in smart societies: regulatory frameworks, tax incentives, and innovation policies

  14. The role of incubators, accelerators, and venture capitalists in fostering entrepreneurship and innovation in smart societies

  15. Corporate social responsibility and innovation in smart societies: ethical considerations, stakeholder engagement, and sustainable business practices

  16. Innovation diffusion and adoption in smart societies: adoption models, diffusion of innovation, and change management

  17. The role of technology transfer and commercialization in smart societies: university-industry collaboration, technology transfer offices, and spin-offs

  18. The impact of innovation and entrepreneurship on economic and social development in smart societies: economic growth, job creation, and social welfare

Track 3: Social Justice, Human Rights, and Sustainability in Smart Societies

  1. Conceptualizing Social Justice, Human Rights, and Sustainability in Smart Societies: Interdisciplinary Perspectives and Approaches

  2. Sustainable Development Goals and the Quest for Smart Societies: Challenges and Opportunities

  3. Ethical Dilemmas in Smart Societies: Human Rights, Privacy, and Data Protection

  4. Inequality and Injustice in Smart Societies: Digital Divide, Social Class, and Economic Disparities

  5. Social Movements, Civil Society, and Advocacy in Smart Societies: Opportunities and Challenges

  6. Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability: Trends, Challenges, and Emerging Issues in Smart Societies

  7. Gender Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion in Smart Societies: Strategies, Policies, and Practices

  8. The Role of Education in Promoting Social Justice, Human Rights, and Sustainability in Smart Societies

  9. Migration, Integration, and Inclusion in Smart Societies: Opportunities and Challenges

  10. Climate Change, Environmental Justice, and Sustainability in Smart Societies: Local and Global Perspectives

  11. Humanitarianism, Crisis, and Social Justice in Smart Societies: Opportunities and Challenges

  12. Smart Cities and Sustainability: Technological Innovation, Planning, and Governance

  13. Public Participation, Engagement, and Democracy in Smart Societies: Opportunities and Challenges

  14. Sustainable Tourism, Local Economies, and Cultural Heritage in Smart Societies: Opportunities and Challenges

  15. Human Rights, Democracy, and Political Systems in Smart Societies: Opportunities and Challenges

  16. Labor Markets, Employment, and Social Protection in Smart Societies: Opportunities and Challenges

  17. Health, Well-Being, and Social Justice in Smart Societies: Opportunities and Challenges

  18. International Cooperation, Governance, and Global Citizenship in Smart Societies: Opportunities and Challenges

Track 4: Education and Culture for Smart Societies

  1. Digital Technologies and the Future of Education: Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities

  2. Cultivating Creativity and Innovation in Smart Societies: Education, Culture, and Entrepreneurship

  3. Cultural Diversity, Multilingualism, and Inclusion in Smart Societies: Strategies, Policies, and Practices

  4. Education for Sustainable Development in Smart Societies: Challenges and Opportunities

  5. Knowledge Management and Sharing in Smart Societies: Practices, Challenges, and Emerging Trends

  6. Educational Leadership, Management, and Governance in Smart Societies: Challenges and Opportunities

  7. Lifelong Learning and Continuous Professional Development in Smart Societies: Policies, Practices, and Challenges

  8. E-learning, MOOCs, and Blended Learning in Smart Societies: Opportunities and Challenges

  9. The Role of Humanities in Smart Societies: Challenges, Opportunities, and Emerging Trends

  10. Cultural Heritage, Preservation, and Management in Smart Societies: Challenges and Opportunities

  11. The Relationship between Culture, Art, and Business in Smart Societies: Opportunities and Challenges

  12. The Role of Media, Communication, and Public Relations in Smart Societies: Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities

  13. Humanistic Approaches to Learning and Development in Smart Societies: Pedagogies, Practices, and Challenges

  14. Social and Emotional Learning in Smart Societies: Opportunities and Challenges

  15. Teacher Professionalism, Motivation, and Well-being in Smart Societies: Challenges and Opportunities

  16. Future Skills and Competencies for Smart Societies: Opportunities and Challenges

  17. Assessment, Evaluation, and Accreditation in Smart Societies: Best Practices, Challenges, and Emerging Trends

  18. Social Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Education in Smart Societies: Opportunities and Challenges

 

Dates

  • Abstract Submission: 29th April 2023

  • Registrations: 30 April 2023

  • Full Length Article Submission:7th May 2023

  • Acceptance: 15th June 2023

 

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