The Development of Social Work in Vietnam: The Role of International CollaborationSocial Work Education: The International Journal (2010)
This paper explores the emergence of social work as a profession in Vietnam and the ways in which international collaboration can play a role in its development. The paper reviews the literature pertaining to the social issues that have accompanied recent rapid social and economic change in Vietnam. The authors then describe recent developments in social work and social work education in Vietnam in response to these emerging problems. The role of international collaboration is explored and examples of four recent collaborations are provided that illustrate exchanges of curriculum and related social work knowledge, capacity building, technical assistance, and teaching. Factors that influence successful international collaborations are delineated and conclusions about future opportunities for such collaborations in Vietnam are presented.
- International social work,
- Social problems,
- Emerging economies
Citation InformationAlice M Hines, Edward Cohen, Tuan D Tran, Peter A Lee, et al.. "The Development of Social Work in Vietnam: The Role of International Collaboration" Social Work Education: The International Journal Vol. 29 Iss. 8 (2010) p. 910 - 922
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