Policy on Economic Development Transformation Recognized by the 19th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party - From Chinese Scholars’ Perspectives (23/11/2020)

The miraculous development of the Chinese economy since the reform has remained the topic of interest of international scholars as ever. Many people believe that the flexibility and ingenuity displayed by Chinese government in making economic development policies is one of the basic factors for the success of this course. The article reviews Chinese researchs on some basic contents of the economic development mode transformation in China recognized in the documents of the 19th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party in 2017.
Author: Vu Kieu Oanh

Some Issues Related to Job Security for Employees in Industrial Zones in Bac Ninh Province (23/11/2020)

The paper analyzes such issues related to job security in industrial zones in Bac Ninh province including: (i) recruitment policies; (ii) employment policies; (iii) salary and income policies; (iv) layoff policies; (v) working conditions; (vi) accommodation and amenities for workers; (vii) professional training and welfare policies. At the same time, it points out some difficulties faced by employees at work in this zone. On that basis, the paper proposes a number of solutions to ensure job security in industrial zones in Bac Ninh province.
Author: Nguyen Thi Bich Lien, Luong Thuy Duong, Nguyen Thi Thanh Huong

Health Care for Primary School-Age Children in Rural Families (Case Study in Vu Thu District, Thai Binh Province) (23/11/2020)

Children are the future of the country; hence, children health care is a mission of importance and significance. Children’s health is greatly influenced by the socioeconomic background of their own family. The paper analyzes this current situation and the factors that affect health care for primary school-age children in rural families (case study in Vu Thu district, Thai Binh province), including physical care and health care.
Author: Luong Thi Thu Trang

Ecocricitism in Vietnam: A Literature Review (23/11/2020)

While ecocricitism has just appeared in Vietnam, it has attracted the interest of local scholars even more since 2011. Based on a literature review on ecocriticism in Vietnam, both in terms of basic theoretical and practical issues, the paper shows that apart from the achievements, there exist shortcomings and gaps that need to be filled.
Author: Pham Quynh An, Nguyen Thi Tam

Adaptation to Climate Change in Off -Farm Activities of Thai and Hmong Ethnic Groups in Son La Province (23/11/2020)

The paper explores how Thai and Hmong ethnic groups in Quang Huy commune, Phu Yen district, Son La province adapt to unusual weather changes in several off-farm activities. Against this background, it indicates relevant advantages and disadvantage related to adaptation process to local residents.
Author: Pham Thi Cam Van

Some Agents of Political Socialization (23/11/2020)

Political socialization has increasingly attracted researchers’ attention despite its new emergence. It not only helps explain and identify the process of forming a political culture of each individual, but also makes offers and suggestions, promotion and adjustment to this process in a good sense. The paper, based on a literature review, clarifies the concept of political socialization and presents some factors that influence citizens’ political socialization.
Author: Lai Thi Thanh Binh, Bui Thi Hong

Models of Land Accumulation and Concentration in the Mekong River Delta: In Terms of Farmers’ Participation and the Application of Science and Technology (23/11/2020)

Model of land accumulation in the Mekong River Delta differs from the others in the country as land consolidation and conversion are not applicable. The model of large fields by concentrating land is mostly welcome and focuses only on rice production. Farmers’ participation and the application of science and technology in this model are popular throughout the Mekong Delta. To evaluate the current situation of land accumulation and concentration therein as well as to promote the participation of farmers and application of science and technology into these patterns, the article approaches the models of land accumulation and concentration in the Mekong Delta from two aspects, namely, farmers’ participation and the application of science and technology.
Author: Do Hoai Nam, Khuc Thi Thanh Van, Nguyen Kim Toan