The 2nd International Scientific Conference on the issues of social science and humanities

Wednesday - 17/01/2024 22:06
On January 18, 2024, the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, VNU successfully organized the 2nd International Scientific Conference on the issues of social science and humanities.

The conference received the attention of lecturers, graduate students, and graduate students from many units and universities in many provinces and cities nationwide.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dao Thanh Truong affirmed that diversity in fields and topics; the richness of approaches and methods and the quality of articles have contributed to creating a diverse and professional young humanities forum.
Speaking at the opening of the conference, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dao Thanh Truong - Vice Rector of the University of Social Sciences and Humanities shared good news: the University of Social Sciences and Humanities focuses resources on building the university into a multidisciplinary, research unit. The university's team of scientists is very resourceful, directly contributes to the state and international projects. The University of Social Sciences and Humanities is also proud to be a research unit and implement many policy consulting programs for the Vietnamese government.

According to Times Higher Education results published on October 26, 2023, on rankings by field World University Ranking by Subjects 2024, VNU's Social Sciences field increased its ranking to the top 501 - 600 in the world. As a pioneering training and research facility in the social sciences and humanities, the university always pays special attention to supporting graduate students to improve their academic qualifications and support international publishing.

The International Scientific Conference on " Issues of Social Science and Humanities" is an academic forum for young staff and graduate students to  exchange new research results related to thesis on various subjects. At the same time, the forum helped enhancing international publication capacity in response to the requirements of international standards applied to scientific activities of domestic and foreign organizations.
Assoc. Prof.  Dr. Jamie Gillen - University of Auckland, New Zealand and Prof.Dr. Nguyen Tuan Anh - University of Social Sciences and Humanities, VNU, chaired the scientific conference.
The conference had a total of 88 authors/author groups registered and 73 articles selected (an increase compared to the first conference of 68 articles).
The topics researched are diverse, covering many fields. In particular, the reports focus on topics related to theoretical and practical issues in social sciences and humanities (history, philosophy, religion, education, culture, language, communications, sociology, psychology, politics...) in sustainable development in Vietnam and other countries.
MSc. Phung Thi Thao - Major in Indian Studies, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, VNU (India in Bimstec: factors, its role and challenges)
MSc. Nguyen Thi Quynh Nga - Faculty of Politics and Journalism, Vinh University (Taste of the Vietnamese multi-platform television audiences via discourse on women in soap opera)
MSc. Nguyen Chien Thang - University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City (The composition of the compound material in the Vietnamese compound tombs through material research on compound tombs in the Southern area in the 18th-19th century)
MSc. Tran Thi Khanh Dung - Vinh University (Barriers from families in the learning process of children with disabilities (a case study of the vocational education center for people with disabilities in Nghe An province) Discussion Coffee Break
MSc. Dang Le Tuyet Trinh - Hung Vuong University (Urbanization and sustainable human development in some Vietnamese novels at the beginning of the 21st century)

Author: Đại Hữu - USSH Media

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