Research activities

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Main research orientations

  • Rural transformation, agriculture, rural and urban areas in Vietnam; urban social services; public spaces; urbanization; community development; urban development, etc.

  • Cultural, education and religious implications of social transformations

  • Social welfare and security; social policy

  • Transformations of the Vietnamese families

  • Social work with different social groups (handicapped people; addicts; victims of school violence; seniors; single women; social work management; professional social work)

Prominent research themes currently pursued

  • Urbanization, urban social transformations and urban civilization.

  • Rural areas, agriculture, farmers and community development.

  • Social transformation and stratification in remote areas.

  • Culture, cultural transformations and the social aspects of tourism.

  • Social aspects of climate change.

  • Social welfare and security, the implementation of rights to social benefits and professional social work.

  • Public policy and social policy

  • Education, management and social policy

  • Medical sociology, health care and social work in the health care and hospital services.

  • Intervention in the social issues.

  • Management of traditional markets in Hanoi; the Vietnamese's social conduct at public places, etc.

Prominent research projects in progress

  • Project "Civilized urban wards" in Hanoi.

  • Project "Buddhism and Social work" with Japanese, Thai and Sri-Lankan partners.

  • Project of training high-quality human resources in applied social work concerning public policy and business management (MAPE) - with Toulouse 2 Jean-Jaurès University (France) since 2007.

  • Project Social Work Education Enhancement Program (SWEEP) chaired by San Jose State University (America) and sponsored by USAID (2012-2015).

  • Collaborate with Lund University (Sweden) to implement the program "Social Welfare Assessments: East Asian and Scandinavian Redistribution Models in a Global Context) (2012-2015).

  • Program "Multi-cultural families" with Degu University (South Korea) (2013-2015).

  • Training course "Supplementary certificates for graduates majoring social work" sponsored by UNICEF.

  • Joint training and research activities with Manster Metropolitan University (UK).

  • Pending project on youth violence with the Brazilian partners.

  • Continue the master's program "Public policy and business management" with the French partner.

  • Develop some new international joint projects.

  • Develop the joint master's training program on Social work with San Jose University (America) and implement the master's program on "Public and business management" according to the 16+23 program (in collaboration with France)

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