Teaching the War: What the Vietnamese Government Wants Students to Learn About the American-Vietnam War
By studying how the American-Vietnam War is taught in high schools and universities across Vietnam, the official government policies regarding the memory of the War can be uncovered. The Vietnamese Government completely controls the education system; therefore, the government is able to control the information that is taught to future generations regarding the War. What does Vietnam’s Government want its people to remember? And what facts does it want its citizens to forget? Looking at the government-approved “message” that is present in every Vietnamese textbook and history lesson, one is able to find the answers to these questions.
Education | Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration
Joseph, Alex, "Teaching the War: What the Vietnamese Government Wants Students to Learn About the American-Vietnam War" (2008). Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection. 593.
Viet Nam: Culture and Development