Call for Papers
1st Global Conference on Social Networking Revolutions
Abstract Submission Deadline: March 31, 2011
Conference Details: Conference is to be held September 7-9, 2011 - Conference will take place in St. Louis, MO - Washington University's Charles F. Knight Center -
This is the official call for papers on Social Media Revolutions.
"A powerful engine of change is rolling through Tunisia and Egypt, overthrowing the old ways of governing as well as those who govern." ~ Jeffrey Carr - Digital Dao - Forbes Magazine
From meeting our mates, both friendly and romantic alike, to political movements, social networking has grabbed the world and revolutionized the way people communicate. It has brought together long lost friends, classmates, estranged families, and those that wish to gather for a common cause.
Global Research Studies is proud to introduce this area of research and study and cordially invites you to participate. Within this study, we wish to take a closer look at the following aspects of social networking revolutions.
Please submit your 200-400 word abstract based upon these areas of research and study.
· Social Networking Marketing
· Social Networking and the Cyber-Bully
· Building a Network for Charitable Good
· Social Networking Revolution and Civil Rights
· Children and the Social Revolution
· Politics and Social Campaigns
· Social Networking Safety
· Hacking Issues
· Social Networking Crime and Punishment
· Social Networking Privacy
· The Future of Networking
· The Arts and Social Networking Promotion
· Comparisons of Available Social Sites
· Social Networking and Education
Your abstract can pertain to any of these areas of this study; however, we will consider all submitted abstracts in relation to social networking revolutions.
By submitting an abstract, you are showing your intent to attend the conference as a delegate. In order to be included in conference proceedings, only those submitting an abstract, submitting a draft paper, submitting a final paper, and in attendance during the duration of the conference will be eligible.
Submit your abstract to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Your absract should appear in Times New Roman, 10 pt font. Thank you.
Conference Fee: $365 USD. Fee includes conference ticket and pass, morning and afternoon breaks of coffee & tea on days one and two of the conference, a two-course lunch on days one and two of the conference, coffee and tea on morning three of the conference, a copy of the electronic publication resulting from conference proceedings, one complimentary copy of any hard copy publication resulting from conference proceedings if paper is selected for inclusion, disounts on additional copies of the same hard copy. Air fare and hotel rooms are not included and reservations are the responsibility of the delegates. Please see our website for further details.
Please do not make payment now. With the acceptance of your abstract you will be invoiced for the conference fees. Invoices are due Net 15. Preferred method of payment is PayPal; however, we will accept certified funds. All payments must be made in USD. Global Research Studies will not be responsible for currency exchange fees that may be incurred as a result of payment.
Volunteers receive discounted conference fees. As a volunteer, you will receive discounted fees for the conference for which you are booking. Please go to our website, www.globalresearchstudies.com and visit the Volunteerism page. Thank you.
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