Open Science Research Excellence

ICAL 2020 : International Conference on Anthroposociology and Language

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
February 10 - 11, 2020

Call for Papers

ICAL 2020 : International Conference on Anthroposociology and Language is the premier interdisciplinary platform for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Anthroposociology and Language. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
  • Anthroposociology
  • Social anthropology
  • Cultural and social anthropology
  • Life-style, language and cultural practices of people
  • Anthropology, culture and social life
  • Organizations of societies
  • Relationships between values, behaviors and cultures
  • Culture and social action
  • Comparative methodology of social anthropology
  • Culture and behavior
  • Questions of globalization
  • Identity and authenticity
  • Migration
  • Race and culture
  • Sociocultural anthropology
  • Immigration, cultural minorities and culture
  • Cultural anthropology
  • Cultural studies and social anthropology
  • Citizenship
  • Political struggle and resistance
  • Post-conflict reconstruction
  • Mental illness
  • Environmental politics
  • Rural social transformation
  • Social anthropology of science and technology
  • Public anthropology and advocacy
  • Social and biological anthropology
  • Forms of social life
  • Tylor and Frazer
  • Malinowski and the British School
  • 1920s-1940
  • Post WW-II trends
  • 1980s to present
  • Long-term qualitative research
  • Intensive field studies
  • Culture and identity
  • Economic and political organizations
  • Law and conflict resolution
  • Patterns of consumption and exchange
  • Kinship and family structure
  • Gender relations
  • Childbearing
  • Socialization
  • Religion
  • Globalism
  • Ethnic violence
  • Gender studies
  • Transnationalism and local experience
  • Emerging cultures of cyberspace