Some issues about policy communication to ethnic minorities in Vietnam today
Abstract: There are 54 ethnic groups in Vietnam, with 53 ethnic minorities unevenly dispersed around the country. With their own particularities in terms of socio-economic conditions, infrastructure, political and cultural life, ethnic minorities are paid constant attention. The communication of Party and State policies has been continuously updated and achieved initial success. However, there are still some limitations about compatibility between implementing policies and communication activities, and the limited capacity of ethnic people in receiving information, etc.
- 1 Defending the Revolutionary and Scientific Nature of Ho Chi Minh’s Thought
- 2 External information activities in Vietnam’s main online newspapers of foreign affairs today
- 3 Student counseling and support activities at Academy of Journalism and Communication
- 4 Advantages, disadvantages and challenges in learning and teaching political theory online at the Academy of Journalism and Communication today
- 5 Managing sustainable social development in the field of population and development
- 6 Methods of educating political culture to university students today
Applying Ho Chi Minh thought, implementing Party’s lines and advocacies, National Assembly upholds role and responsibility to care for building culture and Vietnamese people in response to requirements of country’s fast and sustainable development
Communist Review - Being the agency that carries out the constitutional and legal rights, makes decisions on the important issues of the country and the supreme supervision of the activities of the State, the National Assembly through the periods has always done well the application of Ho Chi Minh thought, the institutionalization and concretization of the Party’s line in the building of culture and the Vietnamese people. Together with it, the organization, the mode, the style and the operation of the National Assembly are always the embodiment for the political and cultural values of Vietnam, based on the spirit of the rule of law, democracy, unity, humaneness, in service of the Fatherland and of the people.
Abstract: Web-based surveys are becoming more and more popular in the social sciences and media studies. The rapid adoption of this familiar research method on a new platform has challenged common knowledge in methodology and sampling. Within this cognitive framework, the article focuses on analyzing some issues related to sampling in web-based surveys in the field of media.
Abstract: Even though the pandemic has been complicatedly developing in the country since 2020, online newspapers such as VietnamPlus and The gioi & Viet Nam have accomplished their political mission. They have disseminated information quickly and timely about Vietnam’s activities in foreign affairs, the issues of East Sea and Vietnam’s actions of combating the pandemic. To improve the effectiveness of external information activities in the future, these newspapers need to execute solutions synchronically, from commanding to organizing contents, methods, and resources for external information activities. Particularly, it is also required to see the resources as the key element and determine solutions to organizing contents in order to enhance the quality of external information activities.
Abstract: Social networking sites have easily become places where sharing and spreading news are at a faster rate than any other platforms, despite efforts to control from governments, international organizations, and technology firms. Spreading fake news and rumors about the COVID-19 pandemic not only hinders health organizations' anti-epidemic work but also causes social unrest and political conflicts, even life-threatening in many cases. Therefore the following important tasks are being concerned by countries: identifying fake news, methods of disseminating and spreading fake news through social media and search engines, public awareness trends in the process of acknowledging fake news, finding solutions and measures to reduce the harmful effects of fake news.
Abstract: Social criticism of the press refers to the situation when journalists and press organizations offer thoughts or suggestions to improve and get rid of flaws, sluggishness, or stagnation about a policy or regulation which will soon be legislated or put into practice. It is a necessary activity to assist the promulgated policies to be adjusted and developed effectively in accordance with the interests of the majority of the population. Press agencies, particularly journalists, must have a clear understanding of their tasks, responsibilities, and required capacities to perform this task successfully. It must be specifically situated in the context of contemporary society with technology 4.0 and the rapid growth of social networks.