CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

Research may draw on any area of Psychology, Psychiatry, Social Sciences, Medicine, Pedagogy, and Philosophy.

Proposals might deal with, but are not limited to, the following general topics:

 

Collective Death, Violence and Religion

 

  • Nihilism, cynicism and violence
  • Representation of death, fear of death and violence
  • Death and the body of the enemy
  • Martyrs and martyrdom in religions
  • Sacrificial ideals and death
  • Terrorism, political deaths, and martyrs
  • Terrorism and cultural heritage: destruction of the enemy‚Äôs memory and the identity
  • Suicide and religions
  • Death and human reasoning
  • Terror of death and psychological reactions
  • Death, social identification and intergroup relations
  • Death, psychological effect of terrorism
  • Cultural norms and societal transformation
  • War and human nature
  • The conceptual construction of hostility
  • Ethics of war and the just war theory
  • Theories of conflicts
  • Theories of peace and war
War, Social Conflicts and Human Rights
  • Death in war (deaths of combatants; civilian deaths)
  • Cyber war
  • State sovereignty and humanitarian actors
  • Security and discrimination
  • Right of self-defense and military intervention
  • Military mental health services
  • Political ideology
  • Collective action and protest
  • Human values and social justice
  • Gender, peace and war
  • Gender and sexual violence
  • Mental health and human trafficking
  • Mental health and terrorism
  • Moral disengagement
  • Immigration and urban conflicts
  • Psychology of emergency
  • Refugees experience
  • Management of refugees and undocumented migrants
  • Public administration and local government studies
  • Military and Police Forces
  • Positive Organizations and Management
  • Security and Work-Related Stress
Individual and Collective Trauma, Emergencies: Prevention and Healing
  • Death education and elaboration of trauma
  • PTSD and war
  • Work of post-war psychiatry
  • Post traumatic grow
  • Traumatic stress studies
  • Psycho-traumatology and massive stress
  • Assessment of trauma
  • Preventing group violence
  • Group and community therapy
  • Reparative community and justice
  • Healing, forgiveness, and reconciliation
  • Courage and resilience
  • Mass fatality management
  • Psychological first aid and beyond
  • Building Community Resilience
  • Mental Health Implications of Terrorism Post- 9/11
  • Terror management

 

Proposal of symposia, roundtables, papers, and posters on any topic are welcome

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