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Higher Education in Market-Oriented Socialist Vietnam

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This book inspects higher education reform in market-oriented socialist Vietnam, with a focus on newness narratives and enquiry. Engaging in dialogic conversations with global and regional forces and exploring convergences in the domains of policy, curriculum, research, pedagogy, and society, chapter authors analyse ideologies that have entered Vietnam's educational landscape. Chapters include discussions of post-Soviet legacies, socialist thought, privatization, neoliberalism, global rankings, academic freedom, autonomy, and elitism, as well as the actors, discourses and practices through which they manifest. In so doing, authors' commentaries juxtapose phenomena in Vietnam with other national contexts such as the Philippines, Brunei Darussalam, Japan, Australia, and Trinidad and Tobago.


Phan Le Ha is Senior Professor in the Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Education at the Universiti Brunei Darussalam where she is also Head of the International and Comparative Education Research Group. While in Brunei, she remains affiliated with the Department of Educational Foundations in the College of Education at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA.

Doan Ba Ngoc was Lecturer in the School of Education at the University of South Australia.

1. Introduction and Foregrounding the Work: 'New' Players, 'New' Discourses, 'New' Practices, and 'New' Flavours
2. A Review of the Reform Agenda for Higher Education in Vietnam
3. 'Standing between the flows': Interactions among Neoliberalism, Socialism, and Confucianism in Vietnamese Higher Education
4. A Review of University Research Development in Vietnam from 1986-2019
5. What Impacts Academics' Performance from the Learning Organisation Perspective? A Comparative Study
6. Commentary - Modernity and Reflexivity in Vietnamese Higher Education: Situating the Role of the Ideological, Capacity Building, Learning Organisation, and Policy Reform
7. Critiquing the Promotion of American-Biased "Liberal Arts Education" in Post- i mi Vietnam
8. Fighting the Stigma of "Second-Tier" Status: The Emergence of "Semi-Elite" Private Higher Education in Vietnam
9. The Emergence of Mergers and Acquisitions in the Private Higher Education Sector in Vietnam
10. Vietnam's Community College: The Question of Higher Education Decentralisation in Contemporary Vietnam
11. The Construction, Deconstruction, and Reconstruction of Academic Freedom in Vietnamese Universities
12. Impact of the New Southbound Policies on International Students in Taiwan: An Exploratory Study from Vietnamese Oversea Students
13. Commentary - What Lies Ahead? Considering the Future of a "New" Vietnamese Higher Education
14. English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI) in Vietnamese Universities: Policies of Encouragement and Pedagogies of Assumption
15. Training English-medium Teachers: Theoretical and Implementational Issues
16. Assessment Practices in Local and International EMI Programmes: Perspectives of Vietnamese Students
17. Commentary - Who is EMI for? From Vietnam, Thinking about a Clash of Realities Behind the Policy, Practice, and Pedagogy in Japan
18. Commentary - 'Expectations vs. Practicalities': Key Issues of EMI Policy and Pedagogical Implementation in Higher Education in Vietnam, with Reference from Brunei Darussalam
19. Commentary - Postcards from Vietnam: Lessons for New Players in Higher Education
20. Engaging (With) New Insights: Where to Start to Move Scholarship and the Current Debate Forward
21. Afterword: Challenges Facing Vietnamese Higher Education


Titel: Higher Education in Market-Oriented Socialist Vietnam
Untertitel: New Players, Discourses, and Practices
EAN: 9783030469122
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer International Publishing
Genre: Unterrichtsvorbereitung
Veröffentlichung: 01.09.2020
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Dateigrösse: 4.48 MB
Anzahl Seiten: 393