This course provides students with a theoretical understanding of community development, both internationally and in Vietnam. It explores the history and development of the discipline, contemporary theory/approaches, and the context and practice of community development in modern society. The course offers a range of practical skills useful in community development work. It equips students with a range of skills to critically assess and analyze community issues, especially from a postcolonial lens; and skills to develop program initiatives to address the community issues in a sustainable way.

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Spring 23




Nguyen Thi Hoa


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