| || || Title: New Zealand and the Vietnam War: Politics and diplomacy.
Author: Rabel, Roberto
Description: Mainly deals with the course of the war and division over New Zealand’s involvement
| || || Title: Gender and power in affluent Asia
Author: Sen, Krishna & Stivens, Maila. (Eds)
Description: Provides information about the growing middle class and the influence of western products on Vietnamese culture and women’s lives.
| || || Title: East Asian higher education: traditions and transformations.
Author: Yee, A.H. (Ed.).
Description: Development of tertiary education and regression of the education system following the withdrawal of the French colonists and the socialist period
| || || Title: Information technology in Asia: New development paradigms.
Author: Yue, Chia Siow & Lim Jamus Jerome. (Eds)
Description: A chapter discusses the current status of ICT in Vietnam and plans for its development a the need for government policies
| || || Title: ‘Male’ and ‘female’ in developing Southeast Asia.
Author: Karim, Wazir Jahan. (Ed.).
Description: Subject area is anthropology and there is a chapter on women in Vietnam but no focus on education or language
| || || Title: Dreams in the shadows: Vietnamese – Australian lives in Transition.
Author: Thomas, Mandy.
Description: Subject area anthropology and provides a historical background to Vietnamese migration and insights into the cultural adaptation in a number of areas.
| || || Title: Vietnam: A comparative study.
Author: National Office of Overseas Skills Recogntion [NOOSR].
Description: Provides an overview of education and the grading system. Also a section on universities, their administrationsome and refers to MOET and its role.
| || || Title: Vietnam and the Chinese Model: A comparative study of Vietnamese and Chinese government in the first half of the nineteenth century.
Author: Woodside, A.B.
Description: Insights into the institutions, traditions and attitudes of 19th century Viet Nam that still influence the country at present
| || || Title: Education for all in East and South-East Asia and the Pacific: Mid-Decade review of progress towards education for all. [Report of a policy review seminar Hanoi, Viet Nam. 17 November 1995].
Description: Presents the difficulties in achieving education for all, particularly primary education, with some comments on adult education.
| || || Title: Colonisalism and language policy in Viet Nam
Author: DeFrancis, John
Description: Provides a sociological and historical background to education, language and the examination systems in Viet Nam
| || || Title: Corruption in Asia: Rethinking the governance paradigm.
Author: Lindsey, T. & Dick, H.
Description: A chapter specifically relates to Vietnam and presents a model of corruption and relates it to multi national companies entering Vietnam.
| || || Title: The golden peninsula: culture and adaptation in mainland Southeast Asia.
Author: Keys, C.F.
Description: Subject area is anthropology and information about education includes; education under the French and communist systems.
| || || Title: Vietnam: a transition Tiger? Asia Pacific Press
Author: Van Arkadie, Brian & Mallon, Raymond
Description: Provides a background to the economic situation in Vietnam at the present time with some reference to education.
| || || Title: my and its transformation to an open market system
Author: Alpert, W.T. (Ed.).
Description: Subject area is economics and it provides some insight into the infrastructure of Viet Nam in relation to the economy
| || || Title: Educational change and development in the Asia-Pacific Region.
Author: Townsend, Tony, & Cheng, Yin Cheong. (Eds.).
Description: Shows Western concerns for “quality, equity and continuous improvement” are paralleled in Asia and the Pacific.
| || || Title: Language policies in Education: Critical issues.
Author: Tollefson, J.W. (Ed.).
Description: Examines links between language policies and inequality and has a chapter specifically about Vietnam