Applying Ho Chi Minh’s Thinking Style in Training Self-Study Ability of Students in Vietnam Today

Trinh Quang Dung


Family is a cell of society, the first social institution contributing a fairly decisive part to build personality of each person. The family’s stability is the premise for the development of a civilized and wealthy society. Family organization exists and changes with the existence and change of the social life. Over the last years, Vietnamese society have seen vigorous changes in many aspects thereby Vietnamese family is in transition from traditional family to modern one. This article focuses on clarifying the concept of family, traditional Vietnamese family, features of traditional Vietnamese family, especially pointing out the changes from traditional Vietnamese family to Vietnamese family today. Ho Chi Minh was not only an outstanding cultural icon, a hero of national liberation, a great revolutionist of Vietnam, but also a shining example of self-studying and self-training. He has a unique scientific method and thinking style, that is independence, autonomy, creativity, towards new things, always stemming from objective practices, etc. Up to now these styles have remains intact and can be applied to self-studying of students at universities in Vietnam in the current period. The paper clarifies issues on Ho Chi Minh's thinking style, characteristics of his thinking style, and applies Ho Chi Minh's thinking style to train self-study ability for university students in Vietnam today.

Keywords: Style, Ho Chi Minh’s thinking style, student, self-study ability

DOI: 10.7176/RHSS/9-24-04

Publication date: December 31st 2019


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