From Negative Aspects and Black Aspects of Vietnam Education to Lessons for Social Sciences Students

  • Dinh Tran Ngoc Huy Banking University HCMC, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam - International University of Japan, Japan
  • Pham Thi Hong Nhung Ho Chi Minh College of Economics, Vietnam
  • Ly Thi Hue National Academy of Public Administration, Vietnam
  • Ly Lan Yen Academy of Finance, Hanoi Vietnam
  • Nguyen Anh Thu School of Law, Vietnam National University, Hanoi Vietnam
  • Dinh Tran Ngoc Hien Ho Chi Minh Technical University, Vietnam
Keywords: case study, hinder science development, publish fake news, Malaysian approach, Thanh nien newspaper, Tuoi tre newspaper


In our research, we level strong criticism at the State Professor Council in Vietnam, using the case of Tran Van Tho and other members as a representative illustration of their efforts to impede or restrict the growth of the nation's scientific community. We also do not place enough importance on the publication of bogus news online by various Vietnam publications ( and, despite the fact that it may lead to confusion, as well as problems and concern in the community. In addition, we oppose the excessive tuition fees and other expenses that have been imposed by Banking University HCM city Vietnam and other institutions in HCM city in recent years, which have caused difficulties for families, parents, students, and society as a whole. In addition, we use these problematic aspects of the education system in Vietnam as a case study to instruct students majoring in social sciences. After that, the authors apply a strategy based on the laws of Malaysia in order to solve the problem of fake news published in the newspapers tuoi tre and thanh nien in Vietnam throughout the period 2015-2022. After the case discussion that was offered earlier, the authors assess the opinions of President Ho Chi Minh on publishing activities for the purpose of better teaching pupils. This is not the least of the authors' contributions.


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How to Cite
Huy, D. T. N., Nhung, P. T. H., Hue, L. T., Yen, L. L., Thu, N. A., & Hien, D. T. N. (2022). From Negative Aspects and Black Aspects of Vietnam Education to Lessons for Social Sciences Students. Journal La Sociale, 3(6), 209-214.