Impact of the industrial revolution 4.0 on Vietnamese cultural development

https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v6n1.1806

Authors

  • Nguyen Minh Tri HUTECH University, Vietnam
  • Nguyen Trung Dung Faculty of Political Theory, Industrial University of Ho Chi Minh City (IUH), Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Keywords:

challenges, cultural development, industrial revolution 4.0, opportunities, Vietnam

Abstract

The material and the spiritual are two sides of social life. In the process of development, if the economy is considered as the material foundation of society, meeting material needs, then culture is the spiritual foundation of society, meeting the spiritual needs of people and society. It is not possible to develop stably and sustainably if only focusing on economic growth but neglecting or even sacrificing culture. The development of each country, economy and culture are interrelated, in which culture covers all aspects of social activities; not only govern influence, but also have the ability to regulate the development of society. Currently, the fourth industrial revolution has had a profound impact on all areas of socio-economic life in Vietnam, including culture. In order to take advantage of opportunities and minimize negative impacts, countries need to assess the impact of this revolution comprehensively, including the impact on culture, thereby reorienting development strategies, focusing on investing in science and technology, and at the same time having policies to preserve and promote national cultural values ??is one of the most important tasks of the current Vietnamese revolution.

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Published

2021-11-19

How to Cite

Tri, N. M., & Dung, N. T. (2021). Impact of the industrial revolution 4.0 on Vietnamese cultural development. Linguistics and Culture Review, 6(1), 43-54. https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v6n1.1806

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