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Blog of Social Sciences & Arts SSA blog gives you the opportunity to participate in discussions concerning the human spirit in all of its aspects and applications. The discourse crosses the imaginary border between Science and Art in order to obtain a new level of understanding the cultural phenomena. From Political Sciences, Economics and...

Blog of Social Sciences & Arts SSA blog gives you the opportunity to participate in discussions concerning the human spirit in all of its aspects and applications. The discourse crosses the imaginary border between Science and Art in order to obtain a new level of understanding the cultural phenomena. From Political Sciences, Economics and Psychology to Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Philosophy, Literature and Visual Art, here is the place to extend the scope of your own knowledge or to share your expert opinion.

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Tone as important as truth to counter vaccine fake news

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Fact vs Fake

Lack of trust in health authorities, combined with the fear and uncertainty about the disease, created fertile ground for false rumours to spread about Covid-19 vaccines. Countering the rumours may be about attitude as well as facts.

False assertions about Covid-19 vaccines have had a deadly impact – they are one reason why some people delayed being inoculated until it was too late. Some still refuse to be vaccinated.

More than two years after the start of the pandemic, false rumours continue to circulate that the vaccines do not work, cause illness and death, have not been properly tested and even contain microchips or toxic metals.

Now a study raises hopes of deflecting such falsehoods in future by changing the tone of official health messaging and building people's trust.

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Call for Workshops SGEM Scientific Conferences

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Workshop sessions 2022

As an essential part of the conference programme of IXth SWS International Scientific Conferences of Social Sciences and ARTS & Humanities, this year again we will host many artistic performances, exhibitions, and workshops. The SWS Scholarly Society holds the belief that Scientific and Artistic activities can benefit from each other. Moreover, sometimes they can merge into an interdisciplinary union in order to produce something beyond their traditional boundaries.

Thematic workshops will be conducted as an event, parallel to the conference. There is limited time and meeting space, which is why the number of presented workshops is in direct dependency on the Oral Session and Invited Session Programme.

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9 quotes by the German historian and philosopher Oswald Spengler that will provoke your beliefs

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The sharp tongue of Oswald Spengler

1. This is our purpose: to make as meaningful as possible this life that has been bestowed upon us; to live in such a way that we may be proud of ourselves; to act in such a way that some part of us lives on.

2. The secret of all victory lies in the organization of the non-obvious.

3. There is no proletarian, not even a Communist movement, that has not operated in the interests of money, and for the time being permitted by money - and that without the idealists among its leaders having the slightest suspicion of the fact.

4. If few can stand a long war without deterioration of soul, none can stand a long peace.

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Exhibition Sessions at IXth SWS International Scientific Conferences on Social Sciences and Arts & Humanities

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The union of ART and Science

We welcome you to demonstrate your artwork, exhibit your models or other products, to perform your act. Our firm belief is that specialists from various areas should join in the mutual endeavor to make the world a better place to live in. Art and Science are both essential parts of human expression, activities, and needs. That's why we give the opportunity for scientists and artists to bring their achievements together under the roof of one forum.

It is a great opportunity of showing your work and engage the SWS attendees. Your performance can take the form of a live, interactive demo, an interactive art exploration, a musical performance, a theater short scene, an art exhibition, or any combination of these!

We encourage a diverse range of demonstrations and/or art performances - from Media professionals, Social Scientists, Artists, Writers, Poets, Musicians, Dancers, etc.

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IXth SWS International Scientific Conferences on Social Sciences and Arts & Humanities

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SWS International Scientific Conferences from 22 to 31 August

SWS International Scientific Conferences on Social Sciences and on Art & Humanities are interdisciplinary forums, focused on the social dimensions of the 2030 agenda, multiculturalism, and contemporary social issues. Our main mission is to ensure one uncompromised, ecological and sustainable future.

IXth International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conferences on SOCIAL Sciences, Humanities and Arts 2022 is a week-long conference event, which comprises two parallel conferences: on Social Sciences and on Arts & Humanities. This year's edition will take place from 22 - 31 August in the biggest and most modern Bulgarian seaside Resort and SPA Albena Complex, near the city of Varna, in the brand new 5-star hi-tech Congress Centre PARADISE BLUE, member of the Maritim group.

We welcome you to participate in one of the most elaborated scientific forums. Don't lose the chance to present your work and achievements in front of some of the most distinguished scholars from all around the world. Come and join our international scientific community!

For more information, you can visit our website.

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