The Importance Of Freedom Of Speech In Vietnam And Vietnam

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America is famous for its freedom. Freedom of speech is one of the most wonderful freedoms that Americans are enjoying. This human right is protected by the First Amendment. People should feel free to express their opinions, feelings, and wishes. However, it is the fact that not all of nations are free as much as America. Free speech is different in each country. Vietnam is on opposite side with America. Vietnamese people have limits on their speech; in another word, this nation does not have free speech. There are significant differences between America and Vietnam in regards to freedom of speech on social media, in the classroom and…. The differences between two nations display that free speech is important. Without freedom of speech, people have less benefits in their lives and cannot protect themselves in some cases. Hence, this human rights should be strongly developed in Vietnam as America. First of all, freedom of speech on social media. Social media is strongly developing nowadays. On social media, free speech is everywhere. Noel Diem demonstrates “it is a way for some people to vent their anger without feeling self-conscious, nervous, or upset without resorting to violent actions” (3). Americans feel free to speak out their opinions and feelings at everywhere, even on social media. Everyone can acknowledge that people might…show more content…
American students freely present their “belief, opinion, attitude, or emotion in an amicable manner” (Taşkin 52, 53). It is a better way to teach children. They can gain knowledge not only from the book and the teacher, but also from the question they ask during the class time (Taşkin 53). Students get used to present in front of people and become more confident. They are active in their studying. On the other hand, at the end of each semester, students evaluate their professor by evaluated paper. This is a good way to students express their opinions and feelings about their
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