On the Lawyer Training, Judge Recruitment and Appointment in the U.K. and the U.S. and References for Vietnam (23/08/2021)

The two judicial systems of the United Kingdom and the United States have a long tradition with unique characteristics in their models of training lawyers. The paper briefly describes how lawyers are trained and judges are recruited and appointed in these two countries, emphasizing the connection between legal practitioners and judges. Thereby, it offers several suggestions for judicial reform in Vietnam today.
Author: Nguyen Van Cuong

Comparative Study on Gender-role Attitudes of Staff Working at Elderly Care Facilities in Japan and Vietnam (23/08/2021)

The paper aims at promoting the training quality of the female workforce in elderly health-care delivery service in Japan and Vietnam. Here, an in-depth analysis is conducted on the similarities and differences in the gender awareness of staff working at elderly health centres in both countries, as well as viewpoints of administrators regarding female worker recruitment and leadership education on this service.
Author: Trinh Thi Ngoc Lan

American Psychology (23/08/2021)

Based on research on the American psychological figures, organizations, schools, trends and majors, the article provides an overview of the American psychology from its birth to the present.
Author: Vu Ngoc Ha, Nguyen Van Tuong

On the Implementation of the Land and Forest Allocation Policy to Ethnic Minorities in Quang Binh Province (23/08/2021)

The policy of allocating land and forest to residential communities is proven to be a correct perspective of the Party and the State of Vietnam. The drastic policy implementation by all-level authorities, sectors and localities, plus the large investment resources and the sense of community responsibility have contributed to ensuring the environmental security, social order and safety, as well as hunger elimination and poverty reduction in the mountainous regions. Quang Binh province has since obtained encouraging achievements in implementing this policy for ethnic minorities. Yet, therein lie several isues, especially residents’ poor living conditions and dearth of resources to exploit the potentials. Therefore, it is necessary to propose reasonable solutions based on applying indigenous traditional knowledge into sustainable forest management to ensure sustainable livelihoods for the residents therein.
Author: Tran Thi Tuyet, Pham Manh Ha

An Overview of Writer Trinh Doanh (23/08/2021)

Despite a Lord who was occupied with politics and military activities to ensure Trinh family’s power, Lord Trinh Doanh (1720-1767) yet devoted to poertry. Most of his about 270 poems were collected in a book titled “Can nguyen ngu che thi tap”. The paper presents the process of collecting, translating/transliterating and studying Trinh Doanh’s poetry as well as identifies some characteristics of its content and artistic form, acknowledging him as a typical literary writer in the Le-Trinh dynasty (1545-1786).
Author: Nguyen Manh Hoang

The Phenomenon of Nguyen Huy Thiep’s Short Stories in Doi Moi Literature: 35 Years in Retrospect (23/08/2021)

Vietnamese writers have produced many achievements in the genre of short stories while showing sustained movements to adapt to the changing times. Especially after the National Renovation (Doi Moi) in 1986, literature was renovated and short stories were also swift to generalize profound problems posed in the social life. One of the short story writers, Nguyen Huy Thiep, who was considered a literary phenomenon at that time, was the first to create an important turning point with a series of brilliant short stories, digging up primal literary issues from new bold perspectives. His rise sparked a lot of debate and will probably leave a lasting impression in the flow of Vietnamese literature, particularly in the short story genre. The paper, commemorating the year of his death, looks back on Nguyen Huy Thiep’s contributions to Vietnamese literature 35 years after the Renovation (1986-2021).
Author: Vu Thi My Hanh

Contributing to the Identification of Populism: Theoretical and Practical Basis (23/08/2021)

The term “populism” is commonly used to refer to populist movements in the U.S. and Russia in the second half of the 19th century. However, the debate about populism is of particular interest to the international community in connection with its rise in the first decades of the 21st century and its great impacts on political and social life in many regions and countries worldwide. Currently, it is still vague to identify populism in terms of its characteristics, nature, manifestations and trends. The article contributes to the study of populism by examining the aspects such as: (i) identify the definition of populism; (ii) present the development of populism in history; (iii) comment on its characteristics and impacts in the contemporary world.
Author: Tran Nam Tien