Challenges for social work Education in Vietnam: Voice of social work students

Bài viết được đăng trên Journal of Social Work and Social Sciences Review, Vol 18, no.2, pp.7-24 Abstract In the early 1990s, some academic institutions in Vietnam introduced the subject of social work into their curricula and began training students in related programs. The training was, however, not internally coherent, and social work education in[…]

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Social Construction of Public Intellectuals in Vietnam: Current Situation and Possible Changes

Author: Tran Van Kham Social Indicators Research Abstract: On looking at the impacted factors to social development, it is always considered for the role of intellectuals with their contributions to any social spheres. Currently, there are debates and research about the title of intellectuals and public intellectuals as well in Vietnam. The common understandings are based[…]


The Value of Community Cohesion Among Vietnamese Students in Era of Urbanisation and Globalisation

Tác giả: Trần Văn Kham Social Indicators Research, April 2016, Volume 126, Issue 3, pp 1225-1242 Abstract The concept of community cohesion as applied in social research is about more than tackling social exclusion and also involves sustaining relationships of trust and neighbourly interaction. Community cohesion is a function of connections and relations maintained between individuals, groups and[…]

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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[…]