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APCSSP 2024 Call For Papers Now !
6th Asia-Pacific Conference on Education, Social Sciences and Psychology
Submission Deadline August 05, 2024
The 6th Asia-Pacific Conference on Education, Social Sciences, and Psychology is scheduled to be held in Singapore from December 4th to 6th, 2024. The conference will feature presentations and discussions on six major domains: Education, Sociology, Law & Politics, Communication Studies, Psychology, and Philosophy. Through APCSSP 2024, a platform for exchange will be established, allowing researchers, scholars, educators, and practitioners from diverse fields to engage in interdisciplinary discussions and share insights on pressing issues and innovative methodologies.
One of the highlights of this conference is the special session curated by Dr. Johan van Rooyen, titled "Breaking the Socioeconomic Barrier: Understanding and Overcoming the Influence of Socioeconomic Status on Educational Attainment." This session addresses a multifaceted interdisciplinary topic, with Dr. Johan van Rooyen proposing several pertinent questions for exploration. Colleagues interested in this session are encouraged to contribute from various perspectives and share their recent research findings.
We welcome submissions from all disciplines, reflecting your expertise and interests. We look forward to welcoming you in vibrant Singapore and engaging in fruitful discussions at  APCSSP 2024
Special Session : Breaking the Socioeconomic Barrier: Understanding and Overcoming the
Influence of Socioeconomic Status on Educational Attainment."
Sub-topic 1: The Interplay of Economic Factors and Academic Achievement
Analyzing the impact of family income, parental education, and access to resources on student performance;
Exploring how economic instability and poverty affect educational outcomes;
Investigating the role of economic stressors in shaping attitudes towards education.
Sub-topic 2: Addressing Equity Gaps in Access to Quality Education
Identifying disparities in educational resources, facilities, and opportunities based on socioeconomic status;
Examining policies and initiatives aimed at reducing the achievement gap between affluent and disadvantaged students;
Strategies for providing equitable access to high-quality education for all socioeconomic groups.
Sub-topic 3: Understanding the Influence of Socioeconomic Status on Educational Aspirations and Expectations
Exploring how socioeconomic background shapes students' career aspirations and academic goals;
Investigating the impact of parental expectations and educational attainment on socioeconomic mobility;
Addressing stereotype threat and self-perception in relation to socioeconomic status and academic performance.
Sub-topic 4: The Role of Social Capital and Community Support in Educational Success
Examining how social networks and community resources contribute to educational attainment;
Identifying effective community-based interventions and support systems for students from disadvantaged backgrounds;
Strategies for leveraging social capital to promote academic achievement and foster resilience.
Sub-topic 5: Breaking the Cycle of Intergenerational Poverty through Education
Investigating the transmission of socioeconomic disadvantage across generations and its implications for educational attainment;
Examining interventions and programs aimed at disrupting the cycle of poverty through education;
Empowering families and communities to support educational success and socioeconomic mobility.
Sub-topic 6: Policy Solutions for Promoting Equity in Education
Analyzing the effectiveness of policies aimed at reducing socioeconomic disparities in education, such as school funding reforms and affirmative action programs;
Identifying policy barriers and systemic inequalities that perpetuate socioeconomic disparities in educational attainment;
Advocating for evidence-based policy interventions to promote equity and social justice in education.
(Special Session curated by Dr. Johan van Rooyen / Doctor of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Edinburgh/his latest book, “Beyond the Blackboard, The Evolving Landscape of Education” explores the impact of emerging technologies on education.)
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Social Psychology
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Important Dates
Submission Deadline
August 05, 2024
Notification of Acceptance
August 20, 2024
Early Bird Registration Deadline
September 10, 2024
Registration Deadline
September 30, 2024
Conference Dates
December 04-06, 2024
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