Applicants must declare that the papers submitted to the IISS-8 are original, have not been published before and are not currently being considered for publication.
Applicants must provide us a proposal, not less than 900 words or up to maximum 1200 words and the deadline to submit abstracts is May 1st, 2023. Also it should include 5-7 keywords. Since at that stage the topic proposed might not have been explored in sufficient detail, the initial proposal can consist of an outline of the study proposed. The proposed area of research and methodology, including aims of the research, context and justification and research question should be written in the proposal. Accepted applicants will be expected to participate and present a paper in the program.
There must not be any information about the author in the text. If any information, by which the author would be revealed, is found in the paper, the conference proceeding will be eliminated without having any content review because it does not comply with the Congress’s blinded review policy.
The proposal must be uploaded to the congress system until May 1st, 2023. Applications made via e-mail will not be accepted.
Proposal not written according to the IISS writing rules will be rejected without having any content review.
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