Each year the conference brings scholars from different countries and of various backgrounds to discuss how digital technologies transform our lives. The conference became a successor of another significant international event — the international conference "Internet and Modern Society" IMSheld annually in St. Building on this unique and long-lasting legacy, in IMS acquired a stronger international dimension under the DTGS umbrella — an Information Society Technology Week at ITMO University with the aim of attracting new international researchers and raising the quality of submitted papers. Then we received submissions, out of which 61 papers were accepted, with an acceptance rate of 39 per cent.
Long interested in the implications of digital media on journalism and public interest communication, Culver focuses on the ethical dimensions of social tools, technological advances and networked information.
She combines these interests with a background in law and free expression. David Demers worked as a newspaper reporter, market researcher and professor before retiring to spend more time writing books and managing his book publishing business.
He is author or editor of fifteen academic and trade books, including Undue Process, a novel loosely based on his free-speech lawsuit against Washington State University, where he taught from to In his case, Demers v.
Ceballos, which limited the free speech rights of public employees imperiling the academic freedom rights of public university faculty. His research and publications examine homicide, non-lethal violence, stalking, victimization, and human mating strategies.
Hodge is an internationally recognized scholar on spirituality, religion, and culture. He has published over scholarly articles, in addition to numerous encyclopedia entries, book chapters, and conference presentations on these and other topics.
He has been ranked among the most impactful scholars in the social work profession. His favorite course is philosophy of science, which he teaches to first-year doctoral students. Kelly-Woessner serves on the Executive Committee for Heterodox Academy, an organization dedicated to increasing viewpoint diversity in higher education.
Kelly-Woessner received her Ph.
Her research explores the intersection of politics and higher education. How Competing Visions of Power Politics and Diversity Complicate the Mission of Higher Education Rowman and Littlefield, examines the role of students, faculty, and administrators in shaping political dialogue on campus.
She has published a number of articles on politics in higher education and political indoctrination, which have appeared in The Journal of Political Science Education, PS: Political Science and Politics, and as chapters in edited volumes.
His research examines the role of the First Amendment in American democracy, journalism and culture, and he teaches courses in journalism and media law, history and ethics. He is author of Privileging the Press: Shepard has a Ph.
Yockey joined the faculty of the University of Iowa College of Law in He was voted Professor of the Year by the law school student body for His writing interests are in the areas of corporate governance, social enterprise, and corporate crime. After graduating from law school, he clerked for Judge John D.
Tinder retired from the U. Keynote Speaker Alice Dreger is an historian of medicine and science, a sex researcher, a mainstream writer, and an im patient advocate.
Heretics, Activists, and the Search for Justice in Science, which argues that the pursuit of evidence is the most important ethical imperative of our time.
She has embodied the idea of the public intellectual, simultaneously publishing widely-cited major original work in scholarly journals and high-visibility essays in the mainstream press.FIRE’s inaugural Faculty Conference took place from October , , at the University of North Texas Dallas College of Law, in downtown Dallas, Texas.
Roughly sixty scholars in a wide variety of disciplined participated in the conference, which featured papers presented on a range of topics. An abstract is a brief summary of the paper you want to present at an academic conference, but actually it’s much more than that.
It does not only say something about the paper you are proposing, but also a lot about yourself. Writing a Conference Proposal.
The following module will provide a resource for writing proposals for academic conferences. How to Write an Abstract for Conference Paper - The following link provides a list of 12 points that are considered when abstracts are selected for conferences that may assist you in writing a quality abstract.
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How-To(sday): How to Write a Paper or Conference Proposal Abstract. Posted on July 12, by Karen Kelsky (sday)” posts, short guides to certain genres of academic writing. I’m happy to take requests for these.
Just email me at [email protected] Today we look at the paper/conference proposal abstract. This is a critical genre of. A paper written for academic publication is rarely suitable for reading out loud. Get used to the idea that you should write a paper specifically for the conference.
It will be less dense, less formal, with shorter sentences, and more signposts for the listeners.