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Newsletter: SSHRA (April-June 2023)

Updated: Jul 14, 2023

Dear SSHRA Members,

We offer our sincere thanks for your patronage and support. SSHRA has now grown to 14762 followers and members from 58 countries.

Social Science and Humanities Research Association (SSHRA) is an international community of researchers, practitioners, students, and educationists for the development and spread of ideas in the field of social sciences and humanities.

SSHRA is promoted by Eurasia Research. SSHRA aims to bring together worldwide researchers and professionals, encourage intellectual development and create opportunities for networking and collaboration. These objectives are achieved through academic networking, meetings, conferences, workshops, projects, research publications, academic awards, and scholarships.

The driving force behind this association is its diverse members and advisory board, who provide inspiration, ideas, efforts and drive collaborations. Scholars, Researchers, Professionals are invited to become a member of SSHRA and join this ever-growing network, working for benefit of society and research with the spirit of sharing and mutual growth.

Salient Features:

  • 15000 + and growing network of professionals

  • Professional and Experienced team

  • Conferences in Asia, Europe & Africa

  • Events at reputed institutes and grand venues

  • Life-time membership

  • Strong Social Media Platform for networking

  • Young Researcher Scholarships

  • Research publication in international journals

SSHRA invites academicians, practitioners, professionals, students, and researchers to join as Life-Time members.

Individuals/ Institutions/ Corporates can become a member by submitting the membership fee and filling the Membership Form given below.

Key Highlights and Benefits:

  • SSHRA members enjoy benefits that are essential to career and academic success.

  • Life-Time Membership

  • 10,000+ Members from across the globe

  • Effective networking through social media platforms and International Conferences

  • Membership is the starting point to participate in SSHRA conferences and to join as a domain expert, reviewer, and conference committee member

  • Member’s name and affiliation is announced on the Association’s website

  • Members can mention their membership on their Resume, Profiles and for other academic and professional purposes

  • Publication opportunity in our Best in class Journals and Magazines

  • Access to new research information and latest trends through our content and network

  • Leadership position opportunities in SSHRA

Life-Time Membership Fee: USD 55

We are glad to present you with our latest edition of the newsletter. The newsletter showcases the associations of current and upcoming endeavors.

Our worthy Keynote speakers open up the conference enlightening participants with their speeches. Here is the list of keynote speakers who participated in our conferences:

Eurasia Research International Conference begins with opening remarks by the honorable Keynote speaker highlighting the main context on Social Sciences and Humanities.

Dr Vincent La Placa

Associate Professor of Public Health and Policy at the University of Greenwich and Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA)

Dr Vincent La Placa is Associate Professor of Public Health and Policy at the University of Greenwich and Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA). Previously, he was a Senior Research Consultant at the Department of Health (now DHSC), where he managed the qualitative strand of the Healthy Foundations Life-stage Segmentation Model, one of the largest pieces of qualitative research conducted across UK government. He has recently co-edited the book, Social Science Perspectives on Global Public Health, with Dr Julia Morgan, published by Routledge. He also co- edited the book Wellbeing: Policy and Practice with Anneyce Knight and Allan McNaught, published in 2014. Dr La Placa was recently appointed an Honorary Fellow of Eurasia Research’s Teaching, Education and Research Association (TERA).

Assoc. Prof. Katalin Lipták

Ph.D. in economics, dr.iur, Associate professor, head of department, vice-dean, University of Miskolc, Faculty of Economics, Department of Labour Market and Employment Policy, Miskolc, Hungary

Katalin graduated in Economist at the University of Miskolc, Faculty of Economics in 2008 and she graduated in Law at the University of Miskolc, Faculty of Law in 2015. Her research topic is the labour market, especially in the Central-Eastern-European region. She defended her Ph.D. dissertation in 2013, the title was: “Impact of the globalization on regional labour markets – convergence or divergence”. Katalin is an associate professor, vice-dean of University of Miskolc, Faculty of Economics and head of department of Labour Market and Employment Policy. The essence of her professional interest is how changed the labour market and the expectations of employees. She is the member of the Hungarian Regional Science Association till 2008. She is editor-in-chief of Socialis Series in Social Science journal and the member of the editorial board of Tér és Társadalom journal.

Dr. Abdelhak Senadjki Assistant Professor of Economics at the Faculty of Business and Finance, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), Malaysia

Dr. Abdelhak Senadjki is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the Faculty of Business and Finance, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), Malaysia. He obtained his PhD from Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) in 2013 with a thesis title ‘Vulnerability to Poverty: A Study of Rural Population in Kelantan and Terengganu, Malaysia’. He received his Masters of Economic Management in 2008 from the same Universiti and Bachelor Degree of Economics in 2003 from University of Algiers. He was awarded the USM fellowship from 2010 to 2013 and has served as an academic researcher for that period. His research interests include Energy Economics, Economic Development focusing on the issues of Income Inequalities, Poverty and Vulnerability, Poverty in Islamic Economics, Risks, Risk Management and Coping Strategies, Housing, Elderly and Social Protection. Dr. Abdelhak Senadjki has published widely in various local and international refereed journals; Scopus, chapters in book and research papers on the issues of poverty, vulnerability and social protection, housing bubbles, youth and technology, elderly, CO2 emissions, natural disasters, economic growth, organizational culture, employee creativity, innovation and others . He is a member of the Advisory Board for the Market Forces Journal and reviewer for a number of refereed journals such as the Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research, Journal of Development Career, International Journal of Social Economics, Cogent Economics and Finance, Equilibrium. Quarterly Journal of Economics and Economic Policy, Journal of Environment, Society And Space (IJESS), Quarterly Journal of Econometrics Research, International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management, and others.

Roberto Adriani

Senior Partner at Heritage House – PROI Worldwide, Milan, Italy

and Member of PR Week Awards, New York, London

Roberto specializes in Corporate Reputation and Crisis Communication, with a special focus on the Life Sciences industry. Before joining Heritage House, he spent 12 years working at MSL-Publicis, where he was Crisis & Public Affairs Practice Leader. In this role, he also managed the liaison between the Italian branch of MSL and the company’s EMEA Public Affairs Practice in Brussels. Roberto is also a former Adjunct Professor of Languages of the Media for Erasmus program students at the University of Milan and he has taught at the Washington University Rome center. He is also a speaker at international conferences on PR and Communications and he has written several papers for international publications. Roberto is a member of the PR Week Awards (NY/London), the International Jury of the Romanian Public Relations Award (Bucharest), and the Italian Journalists’ Guild.He graduated in Political Sciences from the University of Pisa, with a specialization in international relations. Subsequently, he received a Master’s degree in Corporate Communications from the Academy of Communication Business School in Milan and a post-graduate certificate in Language and Communications from the University of Florence.

Dr. Mohd Norazmi bin Nordin

Center for the Study of Education and Community Welfare, Faculty of Education, - The National University of Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia

Dr Mohd Norazmi bin Nordin holds a doctor of philosophy (PhD) degree in special education leadership. Former academic teacher at Batu Pahat Special Education School, Johor, Malaysia. Successfully completed PhD studies within two years. Currently working as a special education lecturer at the Center for the Study of Education and Community Wellbeing, Faculty of Education, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (The National University of Malaysia). He is also the founder of SKAF-Style Quick Thesis Writing Techniques which has greatly helped undergraduate and doctoral students in completing their theses. Receive invitations from various universities in and outside Malaysia as speakers and keynote speakers for international conferences and seminars. He is also Editor in Chief of a special education journal and as an editorial board in five international journals.)

Asst.Prof Thanasin Chutintaranond Ph.D. Faculty of Communication Arts, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

Thanasin Chutintaranond is a Lecturer, in the Department of Speech Communication and Performing Arts, Faculty of Communication Arts, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. He is also an Executive Secretary to the Administration Board, Faculty of Communication Arts, Chulalongkorn University. He received his Doctor of Philosophy in Higher Education, from Chulalongkorn University, and his field of expertise are Educational Communication and Applied Drama. He has been working as a drama facilitator in many university social responsibility projects around Thailand for a decade. Moreover, He used to be a Deputy Dean for Academic Affairs of the Faculty of Communication Arts and has been appointed as a Consultant to the Dean of the Graduate School for Academic Strategy, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.

The main aims of the conference are:

  • Advancement of Research and Innovative ideas through conference, workshops, seminars, and publications

  • Fostering a global community based on research and knowledge

  • Fostering innovation and ideas through research-based activities

  • Global dissemination of ideas and research through the use of technology

  • Working towards world peace and community development

Chat Session with Eminent Participants

Chat Session with Eminent Participants

Chat Session with Eminent Participants

Chat Session with Eminent Participants

SSHRA is in the process of expanding its knowledge base, to bring together worldwide researchers and professionals, encourage intellectual development, and create opportunities for networking and collaboration. In each, Eurasia International Conference, article, project synopsis, teaching notes, observations are submitted by the international community of Researchers, Practitioners, Students, and Educationists for the development and spread of ideas. The Editorial Review is showcased on the association’s website, newsletter, social media, and upcoming endeavors.

Eurasia Research makes continuous efforts in transforming the lives of people around the world through education, the application of research & innovative ideas. To Promote Young Researchers, Eurasia Research International conferences provide a Young Research Scholarship in the form of a full Registration fee waiver to participate in such events. This gives immense encouragement to the researchers who have brilliant ideas to exhibit their research work on the International platform.


In each, Eurasia International Conference, Best Paper Award is given to Best Researches. In the SSHRA – Social Science and Humanities Research Association, the Best paper award is given to the participants with the best scholarly paper submitted and presented at the conference. Some of the Best Paper is shared below:

Name & Affiliation: Dr. Sharif Haider

Health and Social Care, The Open University, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom

Title: Developing Skills of Risk Assessment in Child and Family Social Work Using A 3D Simulated Approach

Abstract: This research project developed a virtual reality 3D simulation for social workers about risk assessment in the context of child protection in the UK. Then conducted an evaluation of the simulation was to explore its effectiveness and user-friendliness. Research Design: In order to achieve the aim this research study was conducted in three distinctive phases: Phase 1: Scenario building, plus learning and system design. Phase 2: Development and testing of the simulated learning resource. Phase 3: Evaluation of the simulated learning resource. Both qualitative and quantitative research methods were utilised to develop and evaluate the simulation. Findings: Data suggested that participants agreed that virtual reality simulation is a valid teaching and learning strategy. It enabled them to think critically about the way they conduct their risk assessment and management. They also reported that their confidence level increased and satisfied with the way the scenario, assessment, and reflective session were developed. They agreed that the simulation supported them in deeper learning. However, in order to develop the simulation more authentic i.e., similar to a real-life scenario they wanted avatars’ facial expressions. They also wanted developers to work alongside practitioners and researchers. Originality: There is no research focus on the development, testing, and evaluation of 3D simulation for risk assessment in child protection. Practical Implications: Although the simulation was developed for social workers it can be used to train health workers and students in both health and social care discipline; it can also be used to improve experienced social workers’ existing knowledge and skills. This simulation can also be customised to train and assess both front-line and senior managers’ knowledge and skills in risk assessment and management.

Name & Affiliation: Laura Cami

Department of Civil Law, Faculty of Law, University of Tirana, Tirana, Albania

Title: The EU Private International Law Framework for the Recognition and Enforcement of Judgements in Employment Matters

Abstract: The recognition and enforcement of judgments in employment matters in EU private international law is an important and complex topic that requires a comprehensive analysis. The purpose of this paper is to examine the legal framework that governs the recognition and enforcement of judgments in employment matters within the European Union (EU). Firstly, this paper will provide an overview of the EU legal framework governing private international law and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters. Secondly, the paper will examine the specific rules that apply to employment matters, including the relevant EU legislation and case law. In particular, this paper will address the following issues: the conditions for recognition and enforcement of judgments in employment matters, the role of the EU Regulation on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters, the scope of the EU Directive on the enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters, and the relevance of the principle of mutual trust in the recognition and enforcement of judgments in employment matters. Furthermore, this paper will examine the implications of Brexit for the recognition and enforcement of judgments in employment matters between the EU and the UK. The paper will conclude by highlighting the importance of ensuring effective and efficient recognition and enforcement of judgments in employment matters in order to promote legal certainty and protect the rights of employees in the EU.

Name & Affiliation: Staci-Anne Nogami

The Institute of Advanced Education and Research, Nagoya City University, Japan

Title: Is Work Life Balance Becoming a Myth?

Abstract: The pandemic has proved that many of our jobs can be remote, that adjustments can be made, and working from home is possible. But still despite the changes of being online, and the looming cases of corona, the work life balance has not changed and in fact has in some cases increased. In countries like Japan, the work life balance is nonexistent and employees work themselves to death. This has become such a trend that it was given a term called KAROSHI which means being overworked to death. Teachers are particularly at risk, and I question if this is the new norm? or If teaching was really a good choice for a career? As a single-parent who works full time, there is no work life balance, and the need for this balance is a prominent reminder in my day-to-day life. I ironically designed my courses to cover topics such as the importance of stress management, meditation, a healthy diet, exercise, and the importance of nature to educate my students on how to create balance when in my personal reality there is none. Despite my lifestyle changes, I fear that this might be the norm. The lack of balance has been affecting not only people’s health and well-being, but also the birthrate which is already substantially low and continues to be plummet in Japan. Is there a company and country out there where this balance exists? Or is it becoming a myth?

Name & Affiliation: Therese Padilla Abonales

English, MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology , Iligan City, Philippines

Title: A Framework for Translating Kindergarten Learning Materials in English into the Iligan Variety of Sinugbuanong Binisaya

Abstract: Philippine congress has suspended the use of the mother tongue as the medium of instruction for Kindergarten through grade 3. This is temporary until such time the Department of Education (DepEd) can provide sufficient teaching and learning materials in the mother-tongue. Now more than ever DepEd needs to ascertain learning materials are translated into the learners’ specific mother tongue. In Iligan, that would be Sinugbuanong Binisaya. However, language being dynamic, Sinugbuanong Binisaya as spoken in Iligan has evolved. The Sinugbuanong Binisaya as spoken in Iligan is a variation not only of Cebuano but also of the Sinugbuanong Binisaya spoken in Mindanao. For pupils in Iligan to better understand concepts in their learning materials, these materials have to be in a language that is an approximation of their actual mother-tongue, and not in straight Sinugbuanong Binisaya itself. This paper proposes a framework for translating Kindergarten learning materials in English into the Iligan variety of Sinugbuanong Binisaya.

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