In the 21st century, what would be scenarios of research in social science and humanities? How would research be conducted or changed? Would multidisciplinary approach play more roles? These are significant questions researchers and academicians have been trying to cope with and adjust themselves to the current disrupted world.
Since language and society are dynamic and interdependent, people in society learn about language and cultural diversity at the same time. This is the world without boundaries, but disrupted, where different languages and cultures are well blended in the digital era. The study of language and society will benefit from multidisciplinary collaboration. Research in the field has been conducted to give insights of how people, language, and society are intermingled, and thus we can understand them more.
The School of Humanities and Applied Arts, University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce, will hold HMA’s 40th Anniversary National and International Conference on “Approaching the Future through Multidisciplinary Research” on June 9, 2020. The conference will feature a variety of presentations and discussions about current research approach focusing on language and its roles in various contexts as well as on multidisciplinary research.
1. provide participants with an overall picture and overview of research in social science and humanities in the 21th century; and
2. share insights into the role of multidisciplinary approach on conducting research in social science and humanities, i.e., communication, business, technology, language teaching and learning, performing arts, media, politics, and others.
1. Participants have a new vision of how multidisciplinary approach impacts their research planning in the 21st century.
2. Participants gain from shared experiences and knowledge obtained from research in social science and humanities.
3. Participants are motivated to conduct more rigorous research based on multidisciplinary collaborations, so a new body of knowledge is generated.
4. Participants make use of the knowledge gained from the conference to develop themselves in both teaching and research work.
|Early Bird Registration Deadline||March 31, 2020|
|Full Paper Submission Deadline||April 25, 2020|
|Revised Full paper submission deadline||May 27, 2020|
|Online Proceedings will be available on the conference website||June 20, 2020|
in Politics, Media, Society, Culture, Science and technology, Business, Intercultural Communication, AEC etc.
Applied Linguistics, Bi/Multilingualism, Computational Linguistics / Artificial Intelligent (AI) Discourse/Text Analysis, Linguistic Variation, Pragmatics, Sociolinguistics
Bi/Multilingualism, TESL, TEFL, TESOL, Teaching English as academic purposes/specific purposes, Teaching Foreign Languages (Chinese, Japanese, Korean etc.), Chinese Studies, Japanese Studies, Korean Studies, Thai Studies and etc., Classroom or Action Research/ Classroom Assessment and Testing, Innovations (New Approaches) in Teaching and Learning, Language Teaching in a Virtual World, Multi-literacy, Teacher Education/ Teacher Training
Art and design, Archeology, Business Administration, Economics, Education, History, Integrated Science, Law, Mass Communication, Performing Arts, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology and Anthropology, Social Studies
Venerable Phra Shakyavongsvisuddhi,
Rector, World Buddhist University
King Rama 9's Philosophy: Interdisciplinary Thinking beneath Sustainable Development
Up to 20 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for discussion
Abstracts for the main session should be submitted online in .docx or .doc format. Abstracts should be no longer than 250-300 words in a 12-point, Times New Roman font, and should be written in English. Abstracts in Chinese, Japanese and Korean are accept. The abstract of your proposed paper can be sent via Registration Menu of this website http://utcc2.utcc.ac.th/humanities_conf2020/. The abstracts will be acknowledged within a week of receipt. If you do not receive an acknowledgement within that time, please send it again or contact Associate Professor Dr. Usa Sutthisakorn at [email protected] / [email protected]. It is the responsibility of all those sending an abstract electronically to ensure that the submission is virus-free. The deadline for abstract submission is 29 February 2020. In case you cannot meet the deadline for the abstract submission, you can submit your full paper by 25 April 2020.
The full paper should be between 8-15 pages including maps, charts, diagrams, references. Please use 12-point Times New Roman font and single line spacing for the whole document. Paragraphs must be justified (fully aligned).
Margin on the left = 1.5 inches (3.81 cm.) ; right = 1.0 inches (2.54 cm.); top =1.5 inches (3.81 cm.) buttom =1.0 inches (2.54 cm.)
|• Presenter/Student 1,500 THß||• Presenter 2,000 THß|
|• Participant 800 THß||• Participant 800 THß|
|Early Bird||Regular||Early Bird||Regular|
Note: Lunches and breaks are included. An early bird registration must be made WITHIN March 31, 2020.
Registration fees should be made by transferring the money to savings account name
USA SUTTHISAKORN AND SUKANYA SUKHVIBUL
BANGKOK BANK, UNIVERSITY OF THE THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BRANCH,
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Attach payment slip via Registration Menu or scan the document and email to [email protected]
The hotels listed below offer special rates for the conference’s participants. You can visit their websites to reserve your accommodation.
Bangkok Cha-da Hotels: https://www.bangkokchadahotel.com/
(Please inform the hotel that you are participating in UTCC. conference to get the special rate.)
The Palazzo Hotel Bangkok: www.palazzobangkok.com