“Luo Er Incident”: The Dilemma and Reflections on the Practice of Public Spirit

Chun SU

Abstract


The high-profile “Luo Er Incident” has sparked extensive media attention, and triggered discussions on public spirit among scholars. An interpretation of the association between “Luo Er Incident” and public spirit and a thorough analysis into the predicament currently facing the practice of public spirit is conducive to shaping a rational approach to the incident and restoring attention to the practice of public spirit. On this basis, by following the evolution patterns of the generation and development of public spirit, the practice of public spirits could be promoted through establishing public spirit standards, deepening perception of public spirit, strengthening identification of public spirit, enhancing practice of public spirit, and enabling self-consciousness of public spirit.


Keywords


Luo Er incident; Public spirit; Predicament; Evolution patterns

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10242

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