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Topics Covered

**Internet and Poster Sessions also Available for all Tracks**

Anthropology

Archaeology

Communication

Criminal Justice

Economics

Education

Geography

Health Care

History

Interdisciplinary Studies

International Relations

Linguistics

Political Science

Psychology

Sociology

Women's Studies

and other related studies

Frequently Asked Questions

​Why are the Submissions and Proceedings Abstract Only?​
There are 3 reasons why we do it this way.  First, it allows us to review hundreds of abstracts in a short period of time without the significant delays typically associated with conference reviews.  Second, it allows our proceedings to be a reasonable length.  Third, only the abstract is copyrighted.  This means that after the paper is presented and the author(s) have received feedback on the paper that the completed paper can be submitted to any journal without copyright restrictions.

​What is the Typical Length of the Presentations?​
Our sessions typically have 5 papers in  2 hour long session.  Each paper is 15-20 minutes in length with 5 minutes for Q&A.  Our poster sessions are 1 hour long and are during a reception where food and beverages are served.  This gives a large attendance to the poster sessions.

What Equipment is in Each Presentation Room?​
Each room is equiped with a laptop and projector.  We have adaptors for Macs and IPads.  All you would need to bring is a flash drive.  We have a tech person on site all the time to help with any difficulties that arise.

​What is the Process for the Best Paper Awards?​
Each session has an award for Best Paper which is voted on at the conclusion of every session.  Anyone who is registered at the conference and has attened the entire session can vote.  The Best Papers are considered to have gone through a review process and only have to go through an Editor review when submitting to the Journal of Social Sciences Research or the Academy of Educational Research Journal.

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