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the influence of the French, traditions started changing in Vietnam.
Wealthy Vietnamese, in urban areas, started imitating Western social behavior
with the use of Western clothing, resistance to arranged marriages and the
defiance of women concerning implicit obedience to their fathers and
husbands. Even now though, male superiority is still a constant in the
countryside, where traditional values were and are holding strong.
after it's division in 1954, Vietnam continued its trend toward Westernization,
sexual freedom, movies, music and other influences in the South. The North
followed Communist principles copied from China and the former USSR.
Equality of the sexes was recognized by the Communist government, thus allowing
women to gain employment in predominantly male areas. While this was going
on, the government was also trying to staunch the corruption of Western
influences by exerting their influence for a less decadent
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