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The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
2014 The 3rd Hong Kong International Conference on Education, Psychology and Society
12/29-31st, 2014 Regal Airport Hotel, Hong Kong
|[NEWS] Experience Chinese Traditional Culture|
|[NEWS]The final submission and registration deadline has been extended to November 20!|
|[NEWS] Don’t be afraid, Hong Kong conference venue is in safe area|
|[NEWS]Hong Kong Best Paper Award !! Nominations due by: 31 Ocotber!|
[NEWS]Extend Submission Deadline to October 10!
|[NEWS]Happy New Year Conference Social Event -Fantasy Macau|
|[NEWS]We Want You-Call for International Ambassador|
|[News] Keynote Speech by Dr Jamie Halsall|
|[News] 2013 Conference Photos|
|[News] Conference Feedback by Keynote Speaker-Professor Ahmad Zahedi (PhD)|
2014 HKICEPS is an interdisciplinary international conference that invites academics and independent scholars and researchers from around the world to meet and exchange the latest ideas and discuss issues concerning education, psychology and society towards sustainable development.
Thanks to the support and sponsor of MEHK (Meeting and Exhibitions Hong Kong), in 2012 and 2013, HKICEPS has ove 1,000 abstracts/papers submitted, respectively 300 and 450 participants from South Korea, China, Taiwan, Malaysia, Thailand, USA and Australia...etc. This year, the 3rd HKICEPS is expecting more. We sincerely invite you and your colleagues immediately mark this event on your calendar and make your plans to Victoria Harbour for the 2015 countdown celebrations.
Special Event for all participants, HKICEPS arrange the tour for conference delegate, The tour include transportation fare, Shows' ticket and tour guide (English & Chinese).
The Special Show of "The House of Dancing Water", only in Macau City of Dream hotel. HKICEPS would like you enjoy the New Year Eve with conference members. Would like to know more detail schedule please download the file
1231 Fantasy New Year Event.pdf
1st Submission Deadline(Abstract/Full Paper) September 10,2014 1st Notification of Acceptance(by Email) September 30,2014 1st Registration Deadline October 20,2014 2nd Submission Deadline Extension October 10,2014 2nd Notification of Acceptance(by Email) →Rolling Review Final Paper and Registration Deadline (for Best Paper Award) October 31,2014 Final Paper and Registration Deadline November 20, 2014 HKICEPS Conference Dates December 29-30,2014 HKICEPS Committee Meeting December 31,2014
1st Submission Deadline(Abstract/Full Paper)
1st Notification of Acceptance(by Email)
1st Registration Deadline
2nd Submission Deadline Extension
2nd Notification of Acceptance(by Email)
Final Paper and Registration Deadline (for Best Paper Award)
Final Paper and Registration Deadline
November 20, 2014
HKICEPS Conference Dates
HKICEPS Committee Meeting
Special Travel Service for Participants from Taiwan
In response to a large number of requests from Taiwan participants, the Flying Master Travel proposed cheaper ticket to HongKong. Detailed information can be found below. If you have any questions, please contact the travel agent directly.
“Ethnic Segregation within Contemporary Britain's Communities”
Dr Jamie Halsall
Senior Lecturer in Social Sciences
School of Human and Health Sciences
The University of Huddersfield
Queensgate, Huddersfield, UK
The population of ethnic minorities in Britain has rapidly increased over the last 60 years. The census count indicates that the ethnic population has grown from 3 million in 1991 to 4.6 million in 2001. Issues surrounding ethnic minorities have duly been concerned with education, employment and housing. In 2001 civil unrest erupted in England’s northern mill towns. The inquiries concluded that white and British Asian communities were living parallel lives. This was seen to be a failure within the communities and of social policy. Segregation was cited as a contributory factor. Moreover, in 2005, Trevor Phillips, the chairman of the Commission for Racial Equality, warned that Britain was sleepwalking into racial segregation, with white, black and British Asian ghettos dividing cities. To tackle the segregation problem central government introduced the community cohesion policy with the aim of developing a better understanding of shared values between all origins of race, thereby celebrating diversity within Britain. The aims of this research were to consider whether British Asian communities are segregated and to examine the viability of current central government policy in promoting and securing greater community cohesion. Oldham in Greater Manchester was selected as the focus of the investigation.
Dr Jamie Halsall Bio:
Dr Jamie Halsall is a Senior Lecturer in Social Sciences in the School of Human and Health Sciences at the University of Huddersfield, UK. His research interests lie in the field of Sociology of Community. In November 2014 Jamie will co publish a book with Professor Ian Cook and Professor Paresh Wankhade titled: ‘Sociability, Social Capital, and Community Development: A Public Health Perspective.’ This will be published by Springer Press. Jamie is currently a Stream Co-ordinator at the British Sociological Association for the Social Divisions/Social Identities.
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