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Women in Vietnam Towards the end to the Twentieth century Vietnam a rapidly changing country goes through a political and social transition from a socialist to an open market capitalist type society Since the late 1980s Vietnam has adjusted its economy to compete with the world In doing so the country undergoes many political and social reforms Ideals of the west have been implemented into Vietnams market economy There is definitely a change that is occurring however the social status of women in Vietnam has not changed much Moreover Vietnams transformation into the global economy has created large social gaps which in turn creates many social inequalities in particular women in the sex industry The sex industry has always been a profitable industry One can find this to be the case in many parts of the world But what is it that makes the Vietnamese Pleasure Industry different By using the works of Nguyen-Vo Governing the Social Prostitution and Liberal governance in Vietnam during Marketization and Tran Through the eye of the Needle Vietnamese Textile and Garment Industries Rejoining the Global Economy I will discuss the problematic conditions of women in lower economic class of Vietnam Prostitution is considered a social evil in Vietnam but being deemed evil does not put an end to this endemic problem that has been around for thousands of years Prostitution is an issue that few individuals have taken to fully understand and in this case the issue is misunderstood and many voices go unheard Classified as whores the women of the lower class in Vietnam dont have much to turn to Vietnams open economy has only created a bigger market for pleasure Gradually the identity of the young ladies in Vietnam become more and more of a commodity well at least in the eyes of the foreigner Foreign guest sought out a taste of nice and cool specialty dishes of Vietnam High quality goods whores deluxe and
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