NGUYEN Trung Hiep

NGUYEN Trung Hiep
Ho Chi Minh City University of Social Sciences and Humanities | HCMUSSH · Korean Studies

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Hello, I'm Hiep, a lecturer of Faculty of Korean Studies, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City. My interests are Korean Studies, Japanese Studies, Chinese Studies, Vietnamese Studies, Cultural Anthropology, Cultural Studies, Feminist Studies, Korean Buddhism, Edu... I have downloaded almost 80 Gb (70,000 files) of researches, academic ebooks, journal articles / papers and many things else. It's my pleasure to share them to you via email.
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March 2011 - present
Ho Chi Minh City University of Social Sciences and Humanities
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March 2011 - April 2016
Ho Chi Minh City University of Social Sciences and Humanities
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December 2013 - February 2016

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The concepts of filial piety are different not only between cultures but also within the same culture, if the starting point of views are different. This paper, a case study of Korean culture, is to help explain that saying. By the research method of historical – cultural comparison, we would like to highlight the characteristics of the tradition o...
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RATIONALE Feminists started to advocate equality and fight for women rights decades ago, and so far we have experienced several waves of feminism. While at the beginning of activism, the issue was in women's equality in general for women were banned from exercising even basic rights such as the right to vote or work, current feminism is standing up...
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Organized by: Social Science Research Council InterAsia Program, Duke University Global Asia Initiative, Göttingen University Global and Transregional Studies Platform, the Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Hong Kong, Asia Research Institute at the National University of Singapore, Seoul National Univer...
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The 6th World Congress for Hallyu, which is to be held at Kansai Gaidai University, Osaka, Japan, invites individual paper abstracts and panel proposals on “Popular Culture: Gender, Minority, Migration, and Identity.” Hallyu’s success in the global music and drama markets has stupefied many pundits and laymen alike due to its unobtrusive elements o...
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The ICBBF 2018: 5th International Conference on Business, Banking and Finance is the premier interdisciplinary forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Business, Banking and Finance. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around...
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The Silk Road or Silk Route was an ancient network of trade routes that for centuries were central to cultural interaction and economic cooperation through regions of the Asian continent connecting the East and West from China to the Mediterranean Sea. With the recent initiatives taken by the countries along the Silk Road (including China, Kazakhst...
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Conference Tracks Communication and Multi-Media Campaigns Communication Policy and Regulation Communication Technology and Digital Media Communication Theory and Methodology Communications Contemporary Theatre and Performance Film Studies Mass Communication History Public Relations Radio, Television, and Entertainment Studies Radio-TV Journalism...
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The International Conference on Women Empowerment, Education & Social Sciences 2018 (ICWES 2018 ) to be organized by IMRF in collaboration with Carmel College for Women and other International Bodies shall be one of the significant conferences in Women Studies, Education & Social Sciences Community held in conjunction with the UGC India Approved Jo...
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The special issue (planned to be published in late 2017) will invite contributions with a focus on different types and understandings of solidarity as reflected in the attitudes, discourses and behaviors of people in today’s Europe. We are specifically interested in theoretically informed empirical perspectives on crises and the origin and scope of...
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Development Studies Research (DSR) is a peer-reviewed multidisciplinary journal providing an interdisciplinary platform for original, critical research. The journal aims to broaden understandings of current development studies research, open up new areas of debate, refl ect on and advance development theory, identify problems of policy and practice...
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This day-long seminar will showcase undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral research in the social sciences in India. It will engage with wide-ranging contemporary topics in the social sciences and provide a forum for students from various institutions to engage in exchange of academic knowledge. Research topics in past seminars have ranged from...
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International Conference on Women Entrepreneurship, Management, E Commerce, Global Economy and Social Sciences 2017 is designed to impart & institute pioneering trends in the fields of Business & Social Sciences including their manifold applications. Proceedings of the Conference would treat by its Special Research Talks, Research Contributions in...
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7th International Conference On Advances in Economics, Social Science and Human Behaviour Study - ESSHBS 2017 WILL BE HELD DURING 23-24 SEPTEMBER, 2017 AT HOTEL LEBUA AT STATE TOWER BANGKOK, THAILAND ESSHBS 2017 is to bring together innovative academics and industrial experts in the field of Economics, Social Science and Human Behaviour Study to a...
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Small grants (up to US$5,000) enable innovative educators in our network to launch small-scale, start-up activities and pedagogical experiments to enhance whole person education in their institutions. The themes or topics of these projects are open. Applications are accepted at any time throughout the year and considered on a rolling basis. The Uni...
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Economic Notes is an invaluable peer-reviewed journal presenting key issues in the fields of banking, finance, and monetary economics. Throughout its 40-plus years, the journal has earned a reputation for open debate. It publishes quality papers from academics and researchers as well as executives working in financial institutions, firms and the pu...
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The 19th Annual Conference theme is, “ASEAN 50: Subjectivity, Multilateralism and Trans-boundary in Southeast Asia.” Under the current situation of ASEAN 50’s development, a theme has been established to lead discussions on the issues of Multilateralism and Trans-boundary, in which agents with various characteristics respond to society as well as p...
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The themes suggested below relate to and amplify Kadar’s research interests and are clustered around issues of gender and genre with special attention given to trauma and illness studies, archival methodologies, and transnational themes in the Americas. Potential subjects include, but are not limited to, the following topics: • Gender in migration,...
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There is widespread interest in using critical realism and increasing numbers of researchers are drawing on this body of ideas to inform their research. This has led to significant advances in applied thought being documented within both method and applied textbooks. This excellent work needs to continue to ensure that developments in applying crit...
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Contemporary Western philosophy is marked by the presence of two relatively distinct and well recognized traditions: the ‘analytic’ and the ‘continental’ traditions. Present-day differences between both traditions are particularly striking when one considers their respective views on the possibility of metaphysical thinking. Analytic philosophy, wh...
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The Program Committee for the AAS-in-ASIA conference seeks proposals dealing with all regions of Asia on subjects covering a wide range of scholarly disciplines and professional fields under the theme: "Asia in Motion: Beyond Borders and Boundaries." Modern borders are often allowed to define and divide nations, cultures, and traditions. However, b...
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The Department of Korean Studies at Charles University in Prague will host the 28th biennial AKSE Conference from 20 (Thursday) to 23 (Sunday) April 2017 in Prague, Czech Republic. The Association for Korean Studies in Europe, founded in 1977, is the main scholarly society for Korean Studies in greater Europe. Its objectives are to stimulate and co...
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Abstracts are welcomed under the following tracks: • Advertising • Asian Perspectives on Communication • Communication Arts and Sciences • Communication and Democracy • Communication Policy and Regulation • Communication Theory and Methodology • Contemporary Theater and Performance • Critical and Cultural Studies, Youth, Gender and Communication •...
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Responding to the low fertility rate and population ageing, a number of Asian countries have been introducing migrants to undertake care work including both child care and elderly care. Care work which used to be shouldered by women at home as an unpaid work is quickly transforming itself not only to be outsourced to the market but becoming a front...
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“The Maritime Cultural Landscapes and Seascapes of Asia-Pacific: Voyaging, Migration, Colonisation, Trade, and Cross-Cultural Contacts” The Asia-Pacific Conference on Underwater Cultural Heritage (APCONF) aims to address management and protection strategies of underwater cultural heritage in Asia and the countries of the Indian and Pacific Oceans i...
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The Department of Asian Studies at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is pleased to announce its hosting of an international conference, “Korean Diaspora and the Arts.” There has been great interest in the study of the Korean diaspora in the last two decades, during which we have witnessed scholars’ active engagement with the Korean diaspora especi...
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Gender in Literary Exchange In recent years Nordic feminist scholars have been involved in several international and national projects on transnational transmission of literary texts between the Nordic countries and the rest of Europe. Examples are the European COST Action Women Writers in History, the HERA Project Travelling TexTs 1790–1914, and...
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Following Agamben (2004) we locate the state of exception in the partial, but increasing, absorption of legislation by executive power and the rule by executive decrees which has made security the main paradigm and technique of governance and power. This, in turn, has had the effect of reaffirming the structures of domination and ‘states of injury’...
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The journal Philosophical Explorations has inaugurated an annual essay prize for philosophers in the early stages of their career. Papers are invited on all aspects of the philosophy of mind and action. They should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere, and should not be submitted to any other journal until the outcome of the competi...
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The primary objectives of this special issue are to: (1) highlight new statistical and psychometric advances that are relevant to the practice of clinical neuropsychology, and (2) draw attention to commonly-held misconceptions about clinically-relevant psychometric and statistical principles. Of particular interest are empirical studies that examin...
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The journal seeks research articles, discussion papers, policy papers and book reviews on major Indian Ocean issues such as: regional geopolitics; resource exploitation; maritime jurisdiction, coastal management, ocean laws, maritime security; human and environmental security; human trade and cooperation. Interstate relations and non-traditional se...
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In recent years there has been a major consolidation of research in social tourism. A large number of studies addressed a myriad of topics varying from employment in the sector, to more conceptual research on the benefits of social tourism, to empirical analyses of the beneficiaries of activities, and the structural systems that existed in various...
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The Journal of Religious and Political Practice is a peer reviewed, interdisciplinary journal which offers a global and inclusive perspective on religion and politics. Taking ‘practice’ as its primary focus it promotes the discussion of organizations, parties, traditions, institutions, ideas, physical spaces, and objects that have political and rel...
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This special issue of Global Public Health will examine contemporary struggles for collective health in Latin America, in order to highlight social movements, activism, and policy efforts mobilizing to inscribe health as a social right in the region. The issue will highlight efforts within the academy, other institutions, and civil society across t...
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We are pleased to announce that 5th International Conference on Vietnam Studies will be organized in Hanoi from 15th to 18th December 2016. We welcome all scientists, policy makers and entrepreneurship leaders to participate in and contribute papers to the Conference. Goals of the Conference • To establish an international academic forum for discus...
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Our studies use films as a platform for asking questions about various dimensions of Islam and Muslims in modern society. Conversely, we place images, stories, and production settings within perspectives found in a wide spectrum of locally interpreted Islamic discourses and practices to delineate the multiple layers and elements visually and audibl...
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Aim of the conference: this gathering will question how the collapse of the Japanese empire affected the region and how a host of different and competing groups struggled to remap and revision East Asia in the aftermath of the end of empire. The effort will examine these events from an East Asian and transnational perspective. Our goal is to genera...
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The Journal of Community Archaeology & Heritage is looking for new images to be on its cover from 2017. If you’d like to be in with the change of having your image on the cover just follow these simple steps:
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Asian Anthropology seeks to bring interesting and exciting new anthropological research on Asia to a global audience. Until recently, anthropologists writing on a range of Asian topics in English but seeking a global audience have had to depend largely on Western-based journals to publish their works. Given the increasing number of indigenous anthr...
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In company with the trendily emergence of natural-based tourism and unique experiences in recent years, river tourism is getting favoured. Being a form of water-based tourism, it is operated at natural freshwater flows in countryside as well as urban regions. In Bien Hoa city (Dong Nai), although Dong Nai River is demonstrated considerable potentia...
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Global Society: Journal of Interdisciplinary International Relations is hosting a one-day workshop on the theme ‘gender and security’ to be held at the University of Kent (Canterbury, England) on 13 January 2017. The workshop is open to both presenters and non-presenters and we welcome participation from both academics (including PhD students) and...
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This year, the Journal of Gender Studies biennial conference marks 30 years of the Centre for Gender Studies at the University of Hull and 25 years since the launch of the Journal. The theme of the conference is Borderlands. This explores issues of home and boundaries of different kinds, both migrations across geographical locations but also, and...
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Recently, the DPRK has returned to the forefront of international news discussions with an alleged test of a hydrogen bomb and warnings about preemptive strikes on the joint U.S.–ROK military exercises. All of this has incited the international community to take action against the DPRK, possibly including its long-time ally, China. Despite various...
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South Korean families with children have changed significantly during the last few decades in composition, structure, and function. Major demographic changes, including the rise of divorce, and increase of marriage between Koreans and foreigners, have diversified Korean families. Moreover, the recent trends of rising economic inequality and deterio...
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Science and literature studies have constituted an exciting arena for academic investigation in recent decades. The strengths of science and literature studies include their challenge to a science/humanities dichotomy fortified by specialization in academic disciplines, their inquiry into the relationship between language and knowledge, and a quest...
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Contemporary images of refugees carry traces of prior ‘crises’, whether intentionally or not. Photographs of traumatic population exchanges in the aftermath of the Greco-Turkish war emerged nearly a century ago; images of Jewish refugees stranded on the SS St Louis more than seventy years ago; and footage of ‘boat people’ fleeing Vietnam almost hal...
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Following successful conferences on Korean Screen Culture held at SOAS, the University of London (2012 & 2013), Sheffield Hallam University (2014), and the University of Copenhagen (2015), the Department of Film Studies at King’s College London is pleased to announce the 5th Korean Screen Culture Conference to be hosted by the Department of Film St...
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Theme: Korean Culture, Seeking Insights for the Future The Academy of Korean Studies (AKS) is pleased to announce that the 8th World Congress of Korean Studies will take place at University of Pennsylvania campus from October 5th to 7th, 2016. The congress theme, “Korean Culture, Seeking Insights for the Future” is designed to invite scholars and...
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The Australian Journal of Learning Difficulties is covered by the Australian Education Index, Cabell's, Contents Pages in Education , Australian Research Council (ARC) Ranked Journal List; Educational Research Abstracts Online (ERA), EdReserach Online, Educational Research Abstracts Online, Educational Technology Abstracts, Emerging Sources Citatio...
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The KSGSC committee is pleased to announce the 13th convention for graduate students, hosted by the University of Copenhagen, Department of Cross Cultural and Regional Studies (located in Amager; metro: Islands Brygge). The conference aims to give graduate students in all Korea-related fields an opportunity to present their research, share academic...
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The Joint East Asian Studies (JEAS) conference is a triennial meeting held by the three academic associations representing East Asian Studies in the UK: - The British Association for Chinese Studies (BACS) - The British Association for Japanese Studies (BAJS) - The British Association for Korean Studies (BAKS) - Coorganiser: SOAS Centre of Taiwan...
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Suggested Themes It is expected that papers for this AJOM Special Issue will cover a wide range of agribusiness management and research issues facing African countries including, but not limited to: 1. Creating and managing policy space for agribusiness - Private sector led development as a strategy has been accepted in most African countries, but...
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The Mekong River traverses six countries with diverse stakeholders holding multiple, overlapping and sometimes competing interests, often yielding tensions and conflict over the priorities and processes of river governance. Resolving these requires high capacities to assess complex problems, modes of ensuring credible commitment, and the applicatio...
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Iryeon ra đời và lớn lên trong thế kỷ thứ XIII, thời kỳ mà đất nước Goryeo trải qua nhiều biến cố trên mọi phương diện. Trong bối cảnh như thế, có những lúc tưởng chừng như Iryeon “trốn tránh” thế cuộc, chỉ lo tu tập Thiền của Thiền tông và nghiên cứu kinh điển của Giáo tông. Nhưng sau một thời gian dài học tập, tu luyện và có dịp đi đó đi đây khi...
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Greetings, On Friday, July 15, at noon (CST), you are cordially invited to attend in person or view via the webcast the lunch presentation Promoting Social Inclusion and Wellbeing of North Korean Refugees in South Korea presented by Hyang Eun Kim, PhD. Dr. Kim is Associate Professor from the Department of Social Welfare of Kosin University in Busan...
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In celebrating the drive towards decolonisation at SOAS and the 50th anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality in Britain, ‘Queer’ Asia is interested in diverse and new ways of representing, negotiating and mediating queer desires. With a focus on desire and its intersections with decolonisation and decriminalisation in postcolonial glo...
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Over half of the world’s population lives in cities and the need for academic research of the changing life in urban settings around the world is growing rapidly. The old metropolises are transforming into Global Cities, and are often assumed to be places for political development, sites of artistic and scientific creativity, and melting pots of et...
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Sources of Korean History, Korean Literature, Korean Culture, Korean Buddhism, Samguk Yusa – The Legends And History Of The Three Kingdoms Of Ancient Korea (in Korean)
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(thesis data) Sources of Korean History, Korean Literature, Korean Culture, Korean Buddhism, Samguk Yusa – The Legends And History Of The Three Kingdoms Of Ancient Korea (in English)
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Sources of Korean History, Korean Literature, Korean Culture and Korean Buddhism (in Vietnamese) Tài liệu tham khảo về Hàn Quốc, lịch sử Hàn Quốc, văn hóa Hàn Quốc, văn học Hàn Quốc, Phật giáo Hàn Quốc, Hàn Quốc cổ đại...
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Sources of Korean History, Korean Literature, Korean Culture and Korean Buddhism (in Vietnamese) Tài liệu tham khảo về Hàn Quốc, lịch sử Hàn Quốc, văn hóa Hàn Quốc, văn học Hàn Quốc, Phật giáo Hàn Quốc, Hàn Quốc cổ đại...
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Journal s Area of Coverage -Inter-Korean Relations - Korean unification - North Korea - Northeast Asian security and international affairs, etc.
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ABSTRACT: For the last few years, India’s education system has emerged as one of the largest education systems in the world. Out of the system, India’s higher education sector also becomes one of the largest in the world, with 14.6 million students enrolled in more than 31,000 institutions. However, it continues to suffer from three fundamental cha...
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Call for papers The 10th conference of the Nordic Association of Japanese and Korean Studies
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References for topic Samguk Yusa and Korean Buddhism - TÀI LIỆU THAM KHẢO
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Hanbok (South Korea) or Joseon-ot (North Korea) is the traditional Korean dress. It is often characterized by vibrant colors and simple lines without pockets. Although the term literally means ”Korean clothing”, hanbok today often refers specifically to clothing of the Joseon period and is worn as semi-formal or formal wear during traditional festi...
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Quá trình dân chủ hóa ở Hàn Quốc có thể chia thành 3 giai đoạn: giai đoạn chế độ dân chủ đại nghị vay mượn từ phương Tây (1948 - 1961), giai đoạn chế độ độc tài (1961 - 1987) và giai đoạn tái lập chế độ dân chủ đại nghị (1987 - nay). Chế độ dân chủ ở Hàn Quốc hiện nay thuộc loại chế độ dân chủ tư sản. Bản chất của nó thể hiện qua 4 nội dung: 1- tổ...
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Quan niệm về chữ hiếu ở mỗi nền văn hóa là khác nhau. Không chỉ thế, ngay cả trong cùng một nền văn hóa, nếu xuất phát điểm khác nhau thì cách nhìn nhận về chữ hiếu cũng khác nhau. Tham luận này nghiên cứu trường hợp chữ hiếu trong nền văn hóa Korea nhằm góp phần làm sáng tỏ nhận định vừa rồi. Bằng phương pháp so sánh sử - văn hóa, chúng tôi sẽ làm...
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ABSTRACT: Today, it is said that privatizing the economy is one of the best way of revitalizing one country’s economy. Vietnam is also following this global trend. The privatization program in Vietnam began its experimental phase in 1990-1991, became official in 1992, was pushed forward in 1996, and the basic infrastructure for privatization was es...
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ABSTRACT: Today, it is said that privatizing the economy is one of the best way of revitalizing one country’s economy. Vietnam is also following this global trend. The privatization program in Vietnam began its experimental phase in 1990-1991, became official in 1992, was pushed forward in 1996, and the basic infrastructure for privatization was es...

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