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The history of how disability is perceived in Vietnamrevolves around exclusion and discrimination against race social class gender and ability Ainscow Miles 2009 Fortunately progress is being made with the Vietnam government by adopting and implementing laws policies and standards that are relevant to people with disabilities Inclusion of People with disabilities in Vietnamnd This paper will briefly explain the research process used to investigate disability in Vietnam as well as general findings regarding the negative and positive aspects of their perspective on disability This will be followed by an examination of the perspective on education of disability in Vietnam in comparison to the Australian perspective Children with disabilities in Vietnam are faced with many challenges when it comes to experiencing a suitable educationProcess of Locating InformationThe research process began withestablishing a country of focus research and analysis led to the decision of an area of interest education and schooling for children living with disabilities Experiencing the living conditions in Vietnam first hand has put things into perspective therefore it was a desire to explore on the rights to education for children with disabilitiesSecondary sources such as articles journals books and websites were used to gather information The most useful source of information came from a journal article entitled HavingLearning Difficulties The Inclusive Education of Disabled Girls and Boys in VietnamRydstrom 2010 Lastly when gathering informationconducting the research in an ethical manner was a must to ensure that no copyright or plagiarism occurred Description of Culture General Perspective on Disability and Rationale Creative PieceVietnam is located in Southeast Asia with a diverse population of more than 90million people World Health Organization WHO 2011 The history of disability perception in Vietnam was clouded by a negative stigma Children with disabilities were largely excluded from society with restricted access to fundamental rights Rosenthal 2009 These children experienced exclusion from a range of factors such as discrimination spiritualcultural beliefs and associated stigma Rosenthal 2009 As
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