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2ND INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC

E-CONFERENCE, December 5-6, 2020

The primary aim of the conference is to consolidate the efforts of scientists and specialists in integral methodology, aimed at revealing unity of the laws of nature, society and individual development. On this basis, we may identify new avenues of harmonious development of society and introduce an integral methodology of upbringing and education.

The conference will be streamed on YouTube:

first session: Saturday 12/05/2020, 11:00am – 2:00pm EDT

second session: Sunday 12/06/2020, 6:00am – 10:00am EDT

INVITATION LETTER FOR PRESENTERS:

RUSSIAN

ENGLISH

Conference themes

  • philosophical grounds for the transformation of scientific methodology

  • synthesis of world outlooks toward an integral picture of the world

  • theory of progress and the idea of one humanity

  • the problem of consciousness and worldview in the context of inter-scientific integration

  • civilizational strategies for overcoming the global crisis

  • economy of the future

  • integral approach to the methodology of the system of upbringing and education

  • spiritual and moral content of social progress

The conference will take place on zoom

(Link will be provided soon)

and IWRI’s YouTube channel:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnqepr76v5bXKolLLSqgh0A

 

as well as on our Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/886084151744725/

Participation in the conference is free of charge.

 

To submit a paper proposal:

 

The structure of the paper should contain the following elements:

·  statement of the problem and justification of its relevance

·  a clear definition of the article’s aim and objectives

·  selection of aspects of the problem that are still insufficiently understood

·  presentation of the main material with an analytical substantiation of scientific research on which the author relies

·  conclusions, recommendations and perspectives for further research 

·  list of references

 

Conference languages: English, Russian.

 

Paper length: maximum of 4 - 6 pages in A4 book format. 

 

Technical parameters. 

Text format: Microsoft Office Word 98, 2003 or later.

Font: Times New Roman, font size – 14 PT, spacing – 1.5 PT. Margins: left – 30 mm, right – 15 mm, top and bottom – 20 mm. Page numbering should not be assigned.

 

The order of material placement: 

In the upper right-hand corner, please state the author’s (or authors’) last name, initials, position, place of work, academic rank and scientific degree. 

The article title should be stated in capital letters in the center of the page.

Please include an abstract  (3-4 sentences) one interval below the title, including keywords, followed by the text of the article. 

 

Use APA style for in-text citations.

One interval below the body of the article, provide a list of sources used in alphabetical order without numbering under the heading REFERENCES.

APA style uses the author's last name and year of publication, for example: (Field, 2005). For direct quotations, include the page number as well, for example: (Field, 2005, p. 14). For sources such as websites and e-books that do not indicate  page numbers, state the paragraph number. More information on citing sources without pagination is available on the APA Style web page.

Example of a paragraph with in-text citation:

“... A few researchers in the linguistics field have developed training programs designed to improve native speakers' ability to understand an accented speech (Derwing, Rossiter, & Munro, 2002; Thomas, 2004). Their training techniques are based on the research described above indicating that comprehension improves with exposure to non-native speech. Derwing and co-author (2002) conducted their training with students preparing to be social workers, but noted that other professionals who work with non-native speakers could also benefit from a similar program.”

REFERENCES

Derwing, T. M., Rossiter, M. J., & Munro, M. J. (2002). Teaching native speakers to listen to foreign-accented speech. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 23(4), 245-259.

Thomas, H. K. (2004). Training strategies for improving listeners' comprehension of foreign-accented speech (Doctoral dissertation). University of Colorado, Boulder.

 

Materials that do not meet the stated requirements, the level of the conference and/or submitted after the deadline will not be considered or returned. The decision to accept proposals for presentation shall be made by the Organizing Committee based on the results of the reviews. One author can co-author no more than two articles. Submitted papers are not subject to editing and shall constitute the original material for further replication purposes.

 

Additional information can be obtained from the Organizing Committee of the conference via e-mail: conference.iwri@gmail.com 

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