Call for Papers
2024 ISBASS @ Bangkok, Thailand
8th International Symposium on Business and Social Sciences
Digital Transformation and its Impact on Society
International Symposium on Business and Social Sciences is the premier platform for researchers, scholars and students to discuss and exchange the new ideas, novel result, work in progress and experience on all aspects of Business and Social Sciences. In 2024, the significance of "Digital Transformation and its Impact on Society" lies at the forefront of global progress and societal evolution. The accelerating pace of digital transformation is reshaping how individuals interact, businesses operate, and governments function. This paradigm shift not only offers unprecedented opportunities for innovation and efficiency but also poses critical challenges that demand attention. The increasing integration of digital technologies influences access to information, job markets, healthcare delivery, and civic engagement. Understanding and navigating this digital landscape is crucial for ensuring that the benefits of technological advancements are equitably distributed across diverse communities. Additionally, the ethical considerations surrounding data privacy, cybersecurity, and digital literacy become paramount as society adapts to these transformative changes. By exploring these intricacies, we can harness the potential of digital transformation to foster inclusivity, bridge societal gaps, and cultivate a future where technological advancements enhance the overall well-being of individuals and communities alike.
The ISBASS organizing committee is now calling for abstracts and full papers to be presented at the conference.
Digital Literacy Programs
E-Governance and Civic Engagement
Digital Healthcare Services
Smart Cities and Urban Living
Data Privacy and Security
Impact on Employment and Labor Markets
Digital Divide and Socioeconomic Disparities
Cultural and Societal Transformation
Papers describing original work are invited in any of the areas listed below:
Business & Management
Business communication
E-Business Technologies
Global Leadership
Marketing Management
Supply Chain Management
Communication Management
Education Communications and Technology
Language and Communication
Educational Measurement and Evaluation
Education Policy
Multicultural Education
Special Education
Finance & Economics
Financial and Banking
Monetary Economics
Public Taxation
Regional/International Trade
Humanities & Culture Studies
History and Geography
Immigration & Ethnicity
Law & Politics
Common Law and Equity
International Law
Political Science
Public Administration
Religious Law
Literature & Linguistics
Contrastive Linguistics
Language Education
Literature and History
Medieval and Renaissance Literature
Text Linguistics
Aggression and Violence
Cognitive, Psychological and Behavioral Sciences
Counseling Psychology
Educational and Psychological Sciences
Social Learning and Systems
Special Session-Digital Transformation and its Impact on Society
E-Governance and Civic Engagement:
Discussions could revolve around the use of digital platforms for citizen participation in government decision-making, transparency in governance processes, and initiatives to enhance civic engagement through technology.
Digital Healthcare Services:
Possible directions include exploring the benefits and challenges of telemedicine, remote patient monitoring, electronic health records, and other digital health innovations. Discussions may also cover issues related to accessibility, affordability, and quality of digital healthcare services.
Smart Cities and Urban Living:
Topics may include the implementation of IoT devices, data analytics, and other smart technologies to improve urban infrastructure, transportation systems, energy efficiency, and citizen services. Discussions could also focus on the impact of smart city initiatives on residents' quality of life and environmental sustainability.
Data Privacy and Security:
Discussions may cover best practices for protecting personal data, cybersecurity measures for preventing data breaches, compliance with data protection regulations, and the ethical considerations surrounding data privacy and security in the digital age.
Impact on Employment and Labor Markets:
Possible areas of discussion include the effects of automation, AI, and digitalization on job opportunities, changes in the nature of work, strategies for upskilling and reskilling the workforce, and policies to address unemployment and job displacement.
Digital Divide and Socioeconomic Disparities:
Discussions could explore the factors contributing to the digital divide, such as access to technology, digital literacy, and affordability of internet services. Topics may also include initiatives to bridge the digital divide and promote digital inclusion for marginalized communities.
Cultural and Societal Transformation:
Possible directions include examining how digital technologies shape communication patterns, social interactions, and cultural norms. Discussions may also cover the impact of digitalization on identity, community dynamics, and social cohesion, as well as challenges and opportunities for preserving cultural heritage and diversity in the digital age.
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Important Dates
Submission Deadline
July 15, 2024
Notification of Acceptance
August 01, 2024
Early Bird Registration Deadline
August 20, 2024
Registration Deadline
September 15, 2024
Conference Dates
November 14-16, 2024
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