AWARENESS OF STUDENTS OF AN GIANG UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION ON SOCIAL NETWORKS AND MAIN INFORMATION CHANNEL TO THE PROBLEMS OF TERRITORIAL RIGHTS, NATIONAL BORDER
Territorial sovereignty and national borders are hot news topics, receiving great attention from public opinion. For Vietnam, building and defending its territorial sovereignty and national borders is a struggle on many fronts, including information and media. Information and communication media not only acts as a means to assert sovereignty over the whole world but also play a role in guiding public opinion, especially for domestic people, including students correct and correct in this regard. Within the framework of the article, the authors present an overview of issues of territorial sovereignty, national borders, social networks, and information channels and assess the impact of social networks and information channels on the perceptions and actions of An Giang University students on territorial sovereignty and national borders. From there, propose some solutions to raise students' awareness and actions on building and protecting national sovereignty and borders against the impact of information channels.
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