Hanoi, Vietnam, 2015

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Invitation to an International Conference 

Value Education in the Context of Social Integration

July 4-5, 2015                                      Hanoi, Vietnam





The Academy of Journalism and Communication


Conference Program



Values determine our everyday actions. The question of what constitutes our value system is, however, still controversial. In the context of contemporary integration, when many different value systems and forms co-exist and interact, this could create value crises and conflicts due to different positions regarding values. Value education and orientation is therefore substantially and urgently needed.


How can values be educated? Such education can be carried out through the mass media, traditional schooling nationwide or internationally or even globally. Each methodology has its own advantages and disadvantages. We need therefore to determine how to improve the effectiveness of value education to the fullest.



1. Communications and value education

2. Value systems in the development of education.

3. International experiences in (global) value education


Please send 300 words and a brief C.V. to the contact Professor Tran Hai Minh haiminh81us@yahoo.com and cua-rvp@cua.edu  until April 30 2015 and the full paper by June 15, 2015. Presentation of accepted papers will be 20 minutes in length followed by 20 minutes discussion. Full papers (for which in order to promote in-depth investigation there is no upper page limit) will be due by October 1, 2015 for publication.



There is no registration fee. All travel expenses will be covered by participants (or their institutions).



Tran Hai Minh

The Academy of Journalism and Communication

Hanoi, Vietnam






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