Discipline strategies of Vietnamese and Australian mothers for regulating children’s behaviour

Winskel, H, Walsh, L & Tran, T 2014, ‘Discipline strategies of Vietnamese and Australian mothers for regulating children’s behaviour’, Social Sciences & Humanities, vol. 22, no. 2, pp. 575-588. Abstract The discipline strategies used for regulating children’s behaviour were investigated in Vietnamese and Australian mothers using hypothetical child behaviour vignettes. An online survey was administered[…]

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Social construction of disability and its potential impacts to welfare practice in Vietnamese contexts

Author: Trần Văn Kham Journal: SpringerPlus Abstract: From the survey responses and the policy analysis, the initial findings on this paper present some aspects of knowledge, attitude and practice (KAP) on disability which are presented as following:Firstly, there is a significant changes in legal documents and social policies related to disability in Vietnam, especially from[…]


Exploring the experience of children with disabilities at school settings in Vietnam context

Tác giả: Trần Văn Kham Abstract: The initial findings from 230 questionnaires’ survey and 36 interviews, in which informants are CWD, children with non-disabilities (CWND), parents of CWD, and teachers in school settings, are stated as: (a) the general understanding of disability is based on medical model and individual model rather than social model, such[…]


Interpreting the knowledge map of digital library research (1990–2010)

Tác giả: Hoang Nguyen and Chowdhury Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Volume 64, Issue 6, pages 1235–1258, June 2013 Abstract: A knowledge map of digital library (DL) research shows the semantic organization of DL research topics and also the evolution of the field. The research reported in this article aims to find the core[…]

Rape disclosure: the interplay of gender, culture and kinship in contemporary Vietnam

Tác giả: Nguyen Thu Huong Culture, Health & Sexuality: An International Journal for Research, Intervention and Care, Volume 14, Supplement 1, 2012, Special Issue:   Secrecy as embodied practice: beyond the confessional imperative Abstract: This paper examines the social management of rape within kin groups in contemporary Vietnam, with a particular focus on the decision whether or[…]


Becoming and being urban in Hanoi: Rural-urban migration and relations in Viet Nam

Author: Nguyen Tuan Anh The Journal of Peasant Studies Volume 39, Issue 5, 2012 Abstract The discourse of the rural-urban migrant is that of a sojourner in the city, a man or a woman who will almost inevitably return to his or her rural roots and re-engage with farming and village living. In this paper[…]