Attitudes towards Social Responsibility and Other Confucian Ideology related Issues in Vietnamese Gifted Adolescents and Their Age-Peers Not Identified as Gifted

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Confucianism is an amalgamation of thoughts initiated by a Chinese scholar Confucius (551?479 BC) and his followers. It emphasizes themes such as the hierarchical relationship among people, the family as a basic unit, benevolence, diligence, self improvement, and life-long education. Since China dominated Vietnam for more than a thousand years and most Vietnamese inhabitants were descended from Chinese who had settled in Vietnam and become Vietnamese, they inherited the Chinese historical and philosophical ideas from their fore-parents. In general, research with intellectually gifted adolescents in North America and Australia has a) indicated a certain degree of adoption of Confucian values in students from East Asian background, and b) identified their advanced levels of moral reasoning. The present study aims to examine the similarities and differences between Vietnamese intellectually gifted adolescents and their age-peers not identified as gifted in the adoption of traditional Confucian values and related
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Nguyen, Thi Minh Phuong
Jin, Putai
Gross, Miraca
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2010
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