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Industrialization and Modernization with the Construction of the Law-governed Socialist State of Vietnam (20/08/2013)

Hoang Thi Hanh M.A., Hanoi University of Technology   Article is being updated

Vietnam’s Social Sciences and Humanities in the Integration (20/08/2013)

Ho Si Quy   Prof. PhD. Institute of Social Sciences Information   I. INTRODUCTION* In the time of integration, the social sciences and humanities of Vietnam means the sciences in the past two decades and there may be various definitions of what mentioned before. It is, hence, necessary to identify:

The Movement of Vietnamese Workers and Students to the Republic of Korea and Asean Current Situation and Solutions (20/08/2013)

Dang Nguyen Anh Assoc. Prof. PhD. Institute of Sociology, VASS 1. Background* Migration has become a common concern for almost all of the countries in the world. International migration is becoming a core issue, while international economic integration is an inevitable trend in the context of globalization. Together with this flow, the movement of people and workers from their places of origin to seek better economic opportunities is increasing. The International Organization for Migration (IOM) estimated that there were approximately 240 million international migrants in 2005, while the number ten years ago was approximately 60 million.1 This figure naturally excludes internal migrants whose magnitude is more extensive.

Gender and Migration Decision-making Theoretical Approaches and the Case of Viet nam (20/08/2013)

Dang Nguyen Anh Assoc. Prof., PhD., Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences   1.        Introduction* Labour migration in Asia has become increasingly feminised over the past decades. The number of female migrants has been large and increasing, both in terms of the sheer number involved and in terms of their share of the world's migrant stock. Women and girls accounted for 46 percent of migration in the Asian region (Wickramasekera, 2002) and represented over 50 percent of migrants during the 2000s (IOM, 2009). With both international and internal migration, female migration has been almost as great as male migration overall. Increasing numbers of women are migrating, and increasingly in their own rights to move, rather than as dependants of male migrants. The feminization of migration in Asia is likely to continue despite gender-based attitudes and perceptions continue to be slow in changing. More supportive attitudes in Southeast Asia allow greater mobility for women, including young unmarried women, than in other South and Western Asian countries.

The Issue of Fundamental Research in Social Sciences (20/08/2013)

Duong Phu Hiep Prof. PhD Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences Article is being updated

Participatory Capacity of Female Workers: some Research Results on Industrial Workers and Trade Union in the North of Vietnam (20/08/2013)

Do Ta Khanh Dinh Thi Ngoc Bich Vu Minh Tien Institute for European Studies. Institute for European Studies.  Institute for Workers and Trade Unions Article is being updated

Access to Productive Resources from a Gender Perspective (20/08/2013)

Tran Van Ha Nguyen Hong Anh Ph.D., Institute of Anthropology. Institute of Anthropology. Article is being updated

Gender and Livelihood outcomes in Rural Areas (20/08/2013)

Hoang Ba Thinh Assoc. Prof. PhD. University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University, Hanoi Article is being updated

Marriage between Vietnamese Women and South Korean Men: an Insiders’ Perspective (Case Study: Dai Hop Commune, Kien Thuy District, Hai Phong City) (20/08/2013)

Hoang Ba Thinh Assoc. Prof., PhD., Hanoi University of Social Sciences and Humanities. Article is being update

Social Protection in Vietnam: Issues, Challenges and Prospects (20/08/2013)

Dang Nguyen Anh    Ph.D, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences.  1. Growing need for restructuring the social protection in Vietnam Like many Asian countries, Vietnam, while growing economically while suffering the impacts of the global financial crisis, is facing a number of social problems. The country is currently cushioning the pressure of economic restructuring and countering inflation which is at the highest level of the world. Although priority has been given by the Government to macro economic stability and social protection, high economic growth is nevertheless continued to be pursued in reality. Many see social policies merely as a dividend rather than as an essential contributor to sustainable development. As a result, the rate of social protection expansion remains low while the social safety-net reform remains slow. It is time for not only the restructuring of the economy but also the social protection system.

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