Call for Papers
The 2nd Asia-Pacific Research in Social Sciences and Humanities Conference Committee invite panel and individual papers, round-table proposals, and workshop proposals for submission to the conference.
A panel consists of minimum 3 (three) papers and maximum 5 (five) papers and is proposed by a panel organizer; each paper should be between 4000 – 4500 words (excl. abstract, reference list, tables/figures, and author’s bio). The panel’s title should be typed above the title of each paper.
The paper should be between 4000 – 4500 words (excl. abstract, reference list, tables/figures, and author’s bio), and has never been published before or is currently being submitted to another conference or not being considered for publication.
A round-table is proposed by a chairperson, consisting of 7 (seven) to 10 (ten) papers, each contains 4000 – 4500 words (excl. abstract, reference list, tables/figures, and author’s bio), to be considered for a special publication separate from the other papers. The round-table’s title should be typed above the title of each paper.
A workshop can be proposed to offer practical methods, or promote new designs/products relevant with the theme, or skill enhancement program; the proposer has to submit a full paper as well, consisting of 4000 – 4500 words, to be considered for inclusion in the proceeding.
All papers must contain an abstract, information of the author, institution, and email address, as well as a short bio at the end. Papers are typed in .doc format, single spaced, using Times New Roman font 12.
The structure of the paper consists of an introduction section, a method section, a finding and discussion section, and a concluding section.
No footnotes or endnotes are allowed, and all citations should appear in text using the author – date system. Page numbering should be at the bottom center of each page, without any header/footer.
For references, authors are advised to use the Chicago Style (16th ed.) or the APA Style (6th ed.).
Authors are responsible for ensuring the originality of the content of their paper, and shall avoid plagiarism at all time.
Failure to comply with the guidelines may result in rejection.
Selected papers will be published in the Scopus/Thomson Reuter-indexed proceedings or Scopus-indexed journals.