The objective of this conference is to provide an opportunity for academics to discuss new concepts, progressive methodologies, embryonic approaches and innovative practices within the world of business and the wider social environment. Given that social enquiry is still a maturing field of educational study within this region, it is crucial that business systems, processes and structures are considered in conjunction with contributions from such contemporary fields of social enquiry as media studies, psychology, sociology and tourism education. This is indeed pertinent for understanding service sector economies and societies, as well as comprehending the future role of education as a strategy and contributor to a sustainable learning culture and environment.
The conference will focus on the following tracks:
•Business and Management
•Psychology and Sociology
•Tourism and Hospitality
•Information and Knowledge Management
Original research papers dealing with the above mentioned components/topics of the Conference tracks are invited. Kindly note that the topics listed under each track are to be interpreted broadly and the list is only indicative and not exhaustive. Papers dealing with methodological issues are particularly welcome.All abstracts and full papers will be double-blind reviewed by experts in the relevant fields.
Kindly submit a one page abstract which should be typed in Times New Roman font with font size of 12. Please do not include Author Name on the abstract page. You may include a couple of key references to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for abstract submission will be February 15th 2011.
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