Approaches in Media Education in the Current Context of International Integration
There are three main approaches to media education in the world, including the theoretical or academic education, the applied or practical education and the hybrid. Each higher education institution has their own approach, model and secret of education, which contributes to their ranking and identity. The approach is the reflection of education philosophy, professional concept and in many cases it is the expression of political stance and ideological way. Therefore, it is essential for media schools to identify their consistent and clear approach to education.
- 1 AI technology affects journalism training in the current period
- 2 Cost-benefit analysis in determining the optimal policy option
- 3 Communist Party of Vietnam leading the Vietnam's revolutionary is inevitable
- 4 Radio and Peace
- 5 Increasing political consciousness for ethnic minorities in the Central Highlands today
- 6 Role of the press in the fight against corruption and negativity in Vietnam today
Abstract: Culture, which is a material and spiritual value created by nature, society and humans, is recognized, preserved and promoted by humans. Ethics are the norms set by people to regulate the activities among individuals or between individuals and social communities. Party press agencies refer to the press agencies of the Communist Party of Vietnam at the central and local levels. Culture and ethics in the Party press agencies are the values and standards created to become the driving force and adjustment of performance for journalists to create works and products with highly communicative effectiveness. In this paper, the author discusses the factors that create cultural values and ethical standards in the Party press agencies so that the press is really the voice of the Party and State as well as a democratic and public forum for masses of people.
Abstract: Vietnam's higher education has been deeply integrating to better adapt to the rapid changes of the times. In that context, the policy of university autonomy issued by the Party and State is considered a top priority, in line with the development of the global education system. However, while the University Council is very popular in Western countries, the application of this model in Vietnam still faces many difficulties despite having specific regulations in the law. This article is aimed at identifying models of University Councils in some countries and pointing out the difficulties for universities in Vietnam when implementing this new governance model.