A. Abstract preparation guidelines
- Oral communications will be presented in an Abstract form with an extension not exceeding 300 words, only through the form available on the Conference website. Abstracts sent by email will not be accepted.
- Abstracts can be written in any of the co-official languages in Spain, or in English.
- Do not include images or bibliography in your abstract
- Abstracts must be submitted before 16th of April, 2021.
- Number of abstracts allowed by author:
IMPORTANT: Each author may submit a maximum of two abstracts and each of them must be addressed to a different table. Oral communications may not be signed by more than four authors.
- For Oral Communications to be certified at least one of the authors must register and attend the Conference.
- The Conference Abstracts will compulsorily comply with the Conference presentation rules. Failure to comply with the rules will be grounds for inadmissibility of the abstract.
- For more information about proposals, abstracts, and presentations: email@example.com
B. Acceptance of conditions
All abstracts will be evaluated for acceptance by the members of the scientific committee. Accepted abstracts will be published in electronic format in the Congress Proceedings Book.
After the Conference, the Working Group Moderators will ask the selected authors for an extended paper for inclusion in an additional publication to that of the Congress Proceedings Book. The extended paper citation style will conform to the standards of the American Psychological Association (APA).
For more information on the citation style, please visit: https://www.uv.es/bibpsico/normasapa.cast/NORMASAPA_Biblio/index.html
The submission of abstracts implies that the Terms and Conditions indicated on the website have been read and complied with. The invitation to send abstracts does not constitute an offer to payment for travel or accommodation expenses, or for registration fees to the Conference. The authors of the accepted abstracts will not either receive an economic compensation.
C. Thematic Areas and Working Groups
The seven thematic areas, in which the different aspects of interest for the discipline will be addressed, are distributed among thirty-three working tables.
WORKING GROUP A.1. TEACHING INNOVATION IN THE DIGITAL AGE: CURRICULA
- Working Group A1.1.: Teaching innovation in the classroom: teaching-learning process.
- Working Group A1.2.: New practices and new scenarios.
- Working Group A1.3.: Practicum, supervision and multidisciplinarity in a changing society.
- Working Group A1.4.: Monitoring and evaluation of Bachelor's degrees in Social Work.
- Working Group A1.5.: The Final Degree Project: a door to research and knowledge transfer from Social Work.
- Working Group A1.6: Experiences, projects and challenges of Social Work students.
WORKING GROUP A.2. UNIVERSITY, RESEARCH AND KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER FROM SOCIAL WORK
- Working Group A2.1.: Postgraduate and PhD Programs in Social Work: programs and challenges for the future.
- Working Group A2.2: Shared research experiences between university and society.
- Working Group A2.3.: Challenges and difficulties in Social Work research.
- Working Group A2.4.: Scientific publication in Social Work.
WORKING GROUP A.3. LIFETIME CARE AND SOCIAL WORK
- Working Group A3.1.: Social work and family: new models, new challenges.
- Working Group A3.2.: Social support networks. Community and care.
- Working Group A3.3.: Long-term care and professional intervention.
- Working Group A3.4.: Feminization of care work and life-sustainment work.
- Working Group A3.5.: Mental health, autonomy and participation.
WORKING GROUP A.4. SOCIAL WORK AND CITIZENSHIP IN A PLURAL SOCIETY
- Working Group A4.1.: Democracy, community and territory.
- Working Group A4.2.: Gender, diversity, racialization and intersectionality.
- Working Group A4.3.: Migrations and new forms of citizenship
- Working Group A4.4.: Strategies for citizen participation and political advocacy.
WORKING GROUP A.5. A WORLD IN PROGRESS: OLD AND NEW METHODOLOGIES IN SOCIAL WORK
- Working Group A5.1.: ICT´s contributions to professional intervention.
- Working Group A5.2.: Decision making in the helping relationship in Social Work and the risks of the profession dehumanization.
- Working Group A5.3.: Epistemology and methodology in Social Work.
- Working Group A5.4.: Instruments for assessment, diagnosis and evaluation in Social Work.
WORKING GROUP A.6. SOCIAL WORK, ETHICS AND HUMAN RIGHTS: NEW CHALLENGES IN A GLOBAL SOCIETY
- Working Group A6.1.: Ethics applied to Social Work.
- Working Group A6.2.: The ethical dimension of Social Work research.
- Working Group A6.3.: Critical perspectives of development: ecology, decolonial Social Work, Social Work in international development cooperation and Human Rights.
- Working Group A6.4: New paradigms in Social Work: future horizons
- Working Group A6.5: Social work in crisis management. Challenges and initiatives to respond the social consequences generated by crises such as the one caused by COVID-19
WORKING GROUP A.7. SOCIAL IMPACTS OF THE DIGITAL AGE
- Working Group A7.1.: Evolution of employment, inequality and new forms of poverty.
- Working Group A7.2.: Crisis of social protection systems.
- Working Group A7.3.: Minimum Income and Basic Income: debates and proposals against social exclusion.
- Working Group A7.4.: Social problems derived from digital consumption.
- Working Group A7.5.: Digital gap and inequality.