Budapest 2019

Conference History

On the 18th-20th of October 2019, we hosted the 1st annual World Conference on Social Sciences – WORLDCSS. Budapest, Hungary was the host city of the inaugural event, with Central European University providing the perfect academic backdrop to this premier conference.

WORLDCSS 2019 was packed with insightful presentations, innovative presentation formats, and memorable social events. Participants came from all over the world – the United States, Austria, Turkey, Georgia, Poland, India, Japan,  Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Hungary, Ghana, South Korea, Tunisia, Algeria, and others. This diverse blend of academics, scholars, researchers, graduate, and post-graduate students resulted in a vibrant atmosphere of open learning. We are proud to have hosted an event that made a lasting impression on the participants, both in terms of the value of its content and the social events we planned for the attendees. For example, everyone was invited on a free guided tour of Budapest – a city that’s described by some as the ‘Paris of Central and Eastern Europe’.

The program featured presentations on such topics as school voucher programs in developing countries, gender in audio-visual advertisements, women in politics, neuroimaging, and various others. Each presentation went through a double-blind selection process by the scientific committee of the event. As a result, each research presented at the event was insightful, relevant, and original.

We are excited about the 2022 edition of the event. Based on the 2019 experience we can confidently say that this is a must-attend academic conference of the year!

First Round conference keynote speaker

social science conferences
Dr. Endrődy-Nagy Orsolya
Early Childhood Research Methods – Working with Kindergarteners
Discussion about the following methods:
  • Analysis of Visual sources (such as photos, videos, drawings) – talking about ethical issues as well
  • Face-to-face interactions (action research, lesson study, shoulder-to-shoulder method)
  • I will have examples from my own research practice and experience as leading of my research-group

First Round Highlighted speakers

Author Co-Author Article Title Affiliation
social science conferences 2020 Victoria Dunaeva Effective Psychological Treatment in Case of Car Accident The co-founder and head of Activus Aspectus. Innovative Laboratory
social science conferences 2020 Dr. Kimberly S Adams Women in the Parliament of Tunisia: A Case Study of Factors that Influence Female Representation East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania
Mandira Dasgupta The Study of the Late Mediaeval Temple Architectures of Tripura, a State Situated in the North Eastern Region of India Mandira Dasgupta, Research Scholar, Department of Fine Arts, Tripura University. Suryamaninagar, 799022, Tripura, India
social science conferences 2020 Frank Shapiro The Power of Myth: A Case for a Woman Pope Independent Researcher Israel
Daniel Edem Adzovie Rita Holm Adzovie Gender in Audio-visual Advertisements in Ghana: A Semiotics Analysis Tomas Bata University, Czech Republic and University of Cape Coast, Ghana
Enoch Boateng National University of Science and Technology “MISIS”
Fatiha Sadouki The Influence of French on Learning English Vocabulary for L1 Arabic Speakers University of Szeged, Hungary
Colin McMillan What is Working Memory, and How is it “Working” in the Brain? Madison High School
Abderrezak IDDIR Corruption: A Case Study for Economic Psychopathology Mouloud Mammeri University of Tizi-Ouzou, Algeria
social science conferences 2020 Prof. Budi Setiyono Wisnu Pradoto Managing School Voucher Program in Developing Country: Lesson from Smart Indonesia Program Diponegoro University
Seongkyung Bae Neuroimaging and Study Paradigms to Measure Infant Cognitive Ability Biomedicine Academies at Englewood
Saebom Kim  Myungsook Yoon The Effect of Socio-Economic Deprivation in Middle-Aged People with Disability on Mental Health Jeonbuk National University
Myeong-Sook Yoon  Sae-Bom Kim Finding Factors for Resilience Using Empowerment Approach: Refugees and Asylum Seekers Coping with Life Adversities Jeonbuk National University, South Korea
Yebin Jeon Soonkyu Kim Moderating Effect of Satisfaction with Community Child Center Services in the Relationship Between the Abused Experiences and School Adjustment of Children Jeonbuk National University, Department of Social Welfare
So-Im Lee  Jihyeon Jeong, Soonkyu Kim The Mediation Effect of Empathy in the Relationship Between the Self-Esteem and Practice Performance of Social Work Students Jeonbuk National University, Department of Social Welfare
Hyein Kang  Jeongwon Song, Miok Kim The Effect of Interpersonal Relationships on the employment of Developmental Disabilities: The Mediating Effect of Self-esteem Jeonbuk National University/Department of Social Welfare
Junbi Kim  Okchai Choi Workplace gender discrimination and Consciousness of Sexual Violence in Female Workers – Centered on the mediating effect of consciousness of patriarchal gender roles Department of Social Welfare, Jeonbuk National University
Sikung Nho Junyoung Jeong,Miok Kim Predictors of Happiness in Adults with Disability: Comparison Depending on Poverty Level and Gender Jeonbuk National University, Department of Social Welfare
Geleta Zerihun Yimer Jurisdictional Quandary between the House of the Federation and Courts in Ethiopia University of Graz
Hee-Jin Kim  Ok-Chai Choi Experiences of Workers at Domestic Violence Shelters in South Korea Department of Social Welfare, Jeonbuk National University, South Korea
Dr.Tsaava Gela Russian,, Soft Power’’: Georgia Against Russian Soft Power and Propaganda Ph.D. Doctor, Assistant professor, Georgian-American University Associate professor, Georgian National University SEU