Discussion on Ideological and Political Education Video Communication Problems and Countermeasures

Xiaoqing Tang


Video has the characteristics of both sound and picture, vivid image and strong sense of scene. The ideological and political education video is visualized and has the advantages that traditional words and pictures do not have. It can be divided into content videos, background videos and mobile short videos. At present, ideological and political education video is not widely used. Video of Ideological and political education is the inherent logical demand of subject and object. Its application is inevitable and will inevitably cause problems in its application. Ideological and political education videos should face up to the information acquisition preferences of the younger generation and innovate the use of mobile short videos in Ideological and political education publications. This paper puts forward five ways to deal with these problems: renewing ideas, realizing alliance, promoting innovation, guaranteeing video quality and strengthening personnel training. With the popularization of 5G technology, the application of Ideological and political education video will usher in broader development space in the future.


Ideological and political education; Video; 5G; Communication

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11352


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