Special Issue on Social Capital, Democracy, CSR, Hybrid Warfare: Excusing to Sustainability: by 5th Wave Theory

Submission Deadline: Mar. 20, 2021

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  • Lead Guest Editor
    • Department of Business and Economics,University of Applied Sciences (FHM), Bielefeld, Nordrhein-Westfahlen, Germany
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    • Torsten Fischer
      International Affairs, University of Applied Sciences (FHM), Berlin, Germany
    • Shahram Abadie
      ENSACF (National School of Architecture Clermont-Ferrand ), UCA (University of Clermont-Auvergne), Clermont, Ferrand, France
    • Gholamhossein Bolandian
      Political Sciences Faculty, Islamic Azad University, Central Tehran Branch, Tehran, Iran
    • Dario Assante
      Faculty of Engineering, International Telematic University Uninettuno, UTIU, Rome, Italy
    • Manuel Castro
      Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Head of Department, Madrid, Spain
    • Ottorino Vereni
      Istituto Motori CNR, National Research Council of Italy, Naples, Italy
    • Rahim Hobbenaghi
      Chancellor of Urmia University, Urmia University, Urmia, Iran
  • Introduction

    Sciences and technologies are utilized in such a way to gain sustainability, because it is the best solution to preserve the world and improve quality of life and livability. Research in humanities, human resources competencies for high technologies and research related to human resources have roles in achieving sustainability, especially 7PS model (invented by: Prof. Dr. Hamid Doost Mohammadian, 2019) which is focusing on seven pillars of sustainability such as below:
    1. Economy
    2. Social
    3. Environmental
    4. Political
    5. Cultural
    6. Educational
    7. Technical
    Some of the important issues related to future of humanities, technologies and sustainability are as following:
    1. Social Cultural Capital
    2. Trust
    3. Democracy
    4. High Technologies
    5. CSR
    6. Hybrid Warfare and
    7. Velvet Revolution
    8. The 5th Wave/Tomorrow Age Theory (invented by: Hamid Doost Mohammadian, 2010, revised 2017-19)
    In this special issue we are going to discuss about these subjects, which is unfortunately only as excusing to sustainability.
    Social Cultural Capital, Trust, Democracy, High Technologies, CSR, Hybrid Warfare and Velvet Revolution are occurred to improve sustainable development and globalization (two important phenomena in recent decades).
    Fundamentally, to gain trust, democracy, freedom, equality of male and female and develop social capital, cultural capital and sustainability are the goals of hybrid warfare and velvet revolution, but in fact these are just as excusing to participate in Hybrid Warfare and Velvet (color/soft) Revolution via private social networks.
    In other words, these aren’t gained by Hybrid Warfare and Velvet (color/soft) Revolution. Sustainability has economic, social, political, cultural and environmental aspects but Hybrid Warfare and Velvet (color/soft) Revolution is just concerned on social and political sustainability and it couldn't improve economic, political, cultural and environmental sustainability. So, Hybrid Warfare and Velvet (color/soft) Revolution couldn't achieve sustainability in fact.
    In addition, to develop globalization, societies' culture, CSR and tradition will be altered and after a while new generation with western's believes and concept are remained that they are far from their tradition and lose cultural political power. Therefore, instability in culture could be occurred. Generally, sustainability, CSR and globalization are just excusing of Hybrid Warfare and Velvet (color/soft) Revolution for facing west and the rest (the clash of civilization by excusing negotiation of civilization).
    It is necessary to do such a research to indicate the importance and role of technologies and humanities' research in sustainability and find out the main reasons of Hybrid Warfare and Velvet (color/soft) Revolution and why some companies and politicians support these wars and revolutions.
    Aims and Scope:
    1. Sustainability
    2. Social Cultural Capital
    3. Democracy
    4. Trust
    5. Velvet (Color/Soft) revolution
    6. High Technologies
    7. Hybrid Warfare
    8. The 5th Wave/Tomorrow Age Theory
    9. Globalization
    10. Civilization
    11. Cultural Dimensions
    12. Cultural Diplomacy
    13. International Management and Relation
    14. Internet of Things
    15. Big Data
    16. Innovation
    17. Sustainable Development
    18. CSR

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