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2016 Call for Papers

The focus of the conference for 2016 will be on global perspectives. We welcome presentation proposals related to this topic specifically focused on issues of identity, relational style, motivation and drive, and adaptive style and strategies. Proposals may address the broad explorations of theories, methods, policy questions, issues of faith, or present narratives of the wisdom of women as they seek support in work family integration.


Deadline for Proposal: November 16, 2015

Proposals will be peer reviewed and acceptance notices will be sent out in December, 2015.

Presenters must register and pay conference fee by January 31, 2016.

The format for the proposals not to exceed 2 pages is listed below:

Please include the following information for proposal submission (Times New Roman, 12pt font).

1. Demographic information:
• Name
• Position/Title
• Employer/Affiliation
• Preferred Email
• Name of Co-Presenters (if any), please include title and organization for each presenter and contact information.
• Title of presentation

2. Abstract of presentation for the conference program booklet (70 words or less):
Please write a paragraph describing the presentation. This text will be published in the conference program booklet to encourage conference registrants to attend your presentation.

3. Presentation Outline (maximum of one page)
Please submit an overview of your presentation, which should include the following items:
• Introduction
• Significance of topic
• Methodology
• Findings

Submit your proposal via email to: womensproject@pepperdine.edu