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The perspective on disability in Vietnam is one that focused onexclusion and inequality reference 2 Fortunately progress is beingmade with the Vietnam government adopting and implementing lawspolicies and standards that are relevant to people with disabilitiesreference 1 This paper will first briefly explain the researchprocess used to investigate disability in Vietnam and general findingsregarding the negative and also growing aspects of their perspective ondisability This will be followed by an examination of the perspectiveon education of disability in Vietnam in comparison to the Australianperspective Children with disabilities in Vietnam are faced with manychallenged when it comes to experiencing a suitable educationProcess of locating informationI began my research by firstly establishing a country of focus researchand analysis led to the decision of an area of interest - education andschooling for children living with disabilities With first handexperience seeing the living conditions in Vietnam I wanted to explorefurther their education rights Secondary sources such as articlesjournals books and websites were used to gather information The mostuseful website was CNCF 2013 Lastly I had to consider conducting myresearch in an ethical manner ensuring that no copyright or plagiarismoccurred Description of culture general perspective on disability and rationalecreative pieceVietnam is located in South East Asia with a diverse population of over90 million people Whoint 2011 The perspective on disability inVietnam is clouded by a negative history as people with disabilitieshave been largely excluded from society with restricted access tofundamental rights Rosenthal 2009 Children with disabilitiesexperienced exclusion from a range of factors such as discriminationspiritualcultural belief and associated stigma Mdaaorgau 2005 -double check Children were expected to behave with the utmost respectand not bring shame to ones family Traditionally disability was viewedas a punishment for sins committed by ones ancestors Tran NA As aconsequence the child was considered incapable and unable to fulfil thefamily honour Therefore families felt the need to hide the child fromsociety partly due to the stigma attached to having a disability Another main consequence was the
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