Posted by ICESTELISHeRe 04.42

The Academic Symposium on Integrating Knowledge (ASIK) has been started since 2014 in Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin, Makassar, Indonesia. After success the 1st ASIK in 2014, the 2nd ASIK will be held again in Makassar, Indonesia in 2017. ASIK affords forum to assemble an extensive audience of researchers covering multidisciplinary topics.

ASIK engages participants in abundant discussion and building global peace. The symposium is also to present a space for a researcher with interdisciplinary research interests related to moral, ethics, and social sciences to meet, present, listen, and discuss contemporary topics with other researcher from all over the world. Moreover, the symposium is projected to build global peace through integrating knowledge.

The 2nd Academic Symposium on Integrating Knowledge (ASIK) is conducted in  collaboration with PPs UIN Alauddin Makassar Indonesia. The committee of the 2nd Academic Symposium on Integrating Knowledge (ASIK) 2016 announce a call for paper to all academicians, scientists,  researchers, and students. 

The 2nd ASIK covers many disciplines in social sciences, moral and ethicsand religion involved in the research. This symposium addresses the theme: “Building Global Peace through Integrating Knowledge.We consider this theme, building global peace through integrating knowledge can organize the diverse perceptions on knowledge and respect the fractional states by all perspectives in this fundamental issue.  

This academic symposium begins to straighten out the knot of religious conviction and contemporary social sciences in a post new world. This symposium endows with a way of truthfully integrating the various facets and conceptions of knowledge with the many perspectives of science and religion. 

The scope of the symposium includes all the areas in social science, moral, and ethics. It promotes an open involvement in the social sciences, religion, psychology, and education. Research areas involve, however are definitely not limited to the following:

  • Religion Studies
  • Psychology
  • Education
  • Sociology
  • Sociology
  • Anthropology
  • Politics
  • History
  • Philosophy
  • Literature & Linguistics 
  • Law
  • Public Policy
  • Business
  • Economy
  • Tourism
  • Health