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“Not Liberating Women Means the Building of a Socialist Society is Only Half-Way Done:” A Feminist Analysis of Ho Chi Minh’s Advocacy for the First Law on Marriage and Family in 1959 Vietnam

Hannah Nguyen

Name: Hannah Nguyen
Majors: Communication Studies
Advisor: Dr. Denise Bostdorff Second Reader: Dr. Oscar Mejia

Equity, Inclusion and Diversity Award

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Hannah Nguyen’s Independent Study

Posted in Comments Enabled, Independent Study, Symposium 2022.


8 responses to ““Not Liberating Women Means the Building of a Socialist Society is Only Half-Way Done:” A Feminist Analysis of Ho Chi Minh’s Advocacy for the First Law on Marriage and Family in 1959 Vietnam”

  1. Brooke Krause says:

    Congrats on the equity, inclusion, and diversity award, Hannah!

  2. Hannah Nguyen says:

    Thank you so much, Dr. Krause!!

  3. Denise Bostdorff says:

    Wonderful news, Hannah, and well deserved!

  4. Karl Feierabend says:

    Great work, Hannah! I really enjoyed your video presentation. Clearly, there were a number of rhetorical approaches used in the speech that worked in combination to make it effective. Do you think there was a single one that was more influential than the others?

  5. Hannah says:

    Hi Dr. Feierabend,

    Thank you so much for your question! I personally think his dual personality as both the leader and uncle was most influential. It is the essence of who Ho was to his people, so I think it does not matter what Ho said, he’d get support either way.

  6. Mark Graham says:

    Hannah, Thank you for doing this important and informative work, and thank you for sharing it here. I’d like to read the whole IS at some point, if it’s possible/OK to share it with me. Congratulations!

  7. Carla Reyes says:

    Many congratulations, Hannah! Awesome that you won the award, too!

  8. Maya Rodemer says:

    Congratulations Hannah!! You are amazing and I’m so proud!