Aims and Topics

Lumen International Conference Logos Universality Mentality Education Novelty (LUMEN 2014) is an international scientific manifestation with multidisciplinary character, whose general objective is to promote scientific excellence, encouraging a broad spectrum of contribution of scientific papers in social sciences. Articles of interdisciplinary nature are particularly welcome. Topics include, but are certainly not limited to the following:

 

Social Work

  • Social work profession
  • Social work practice – participation and sustainability
  • Social work response to migration
  • Social work counseling
  • Strengths based social work
  • Social work and appreciative inquiry
  • Supervision of social practices
  • Professional ethics and social sciences
  • Ethics in social work practice
  • Human development
  • Social work and human rights
  • Phenomenological approach of the social
  • Identity, image and social cohesion
  • Deviance and social control
  • Elderly social work
  • Social entrepreneurship
  • Social inclusion of people with disabilities
  • Social marketing
  • Probation practices in contemporary world

Sociology

  • Collective behavior and social movements
  • Corporative social responsibility
  • Social security and public health
  • Sociology of marriage and family
  • Sociology of minorities
  • Sociology of population and migration
  • Sociology of religion
  • Sustainable social development
  • Political sociology and law issues

Methodology

  • Qualitative and quantitative research methods
  • Social sciences epistemology
  • Social semiotic

Psychology and Educational Sciences

  • International social development and education
  • Problem solving and decision making
  • Counseling
  • Psychology of culture
  • Environmental philosophy
  • Social psychology

Political and European Studies

  • Political behavior and organization
  • Political philosophy
  • Social political movements
  • European studies

Law

  • Public Law (criminal Law, Criminal Procedure Law, constitutional Law, administrative Law, financial Law,  banking Law, Public International Law)
  • Private Law (civil law, Civil procedure law, commercial Law, labor Law, family law, Intellectual property law, Private International Law, International trade law)

Communication

  • Social media
  • Media ethics
  • Organizational communication
  • Language, reading and communication
  • Business ethics
  • Business communication

Management

  • Business performance management
  • Communications management
  • Information technology management
  • Management of human resources
  • Marketing research
  • Strengths based management
  • Stress management
  • Supply change management
  • Migration of human resources

Applied Philosophy

  • Social philosophy
  • Bioethics
  • Ethics
  • Research ethics
  • Philosophical counselling

Anthropology

  • Anthropology
  • Ethnic relations, human rights and collective good
  • Gender and human rights
  • Human rights and social equality

The Organizing Committee