Abstract: The Youth newspaper, the mouthpiece of the Vietnamese Revolutionary Youth League founded by Nguyen Ai Quoc, published its first issue 97 years ago (on June 21, 1925), marking its birth and development of the Vietnamese revolutionary press. Since then, under the Party's leadership, the Vietnamese revolutionary press has always promoted its pivotal role, pioneering at the ideological - cultural front, making great contributions to the cause of national construction and development. One of the noble missions of the press is social supervision and criticism, contributing to the fight against negative phenomena, toxic and hostile information and building a more civilized and modern society.
Mass media impact is one of the areas that receive special attention frommedia researchers and social media managers. Most researchers agree on somecognitive aspects related to comprehension, distinguishing manifestations of mediainfluences, specific characteristics and relationships between messages and mediatransmissions such as independent variables in consideration of their effects onrecipients. However, issues regarding the extent, timing, methods, and reasons fordifferent levels of influence on parts of public have long been controversial amongmedia scholars. The article reviews some popular case studies and researchmethods in order to clarify this heated debate.
Ho Chi Minh Ideology “
“Abstract: Ho Chi Minh's cultural philosophy is a system of scientific, revolutionary and theoretical viewpoints on culture and the construction of Vietnamese culture. It resulted from creative application and development of Marxism-Leninism into the specific conditions of Vietnam. It inherited and developed the nation’s traditional values while acquiring humanity's cultural essence. This is a ... “View more
“Abstract: Environmental protection is a matter of vital importance to the country’s rapid and sustainable development and is the responsibility of the whole people and political system. Therefore, environmental protection should be put on par with economic, cultural, and social development. Sustainable development needs to be harmoniously and reasonably based on three pillars, namely sustainable ... “View more