Research Review on the Risk of Youth Responsibility Anomie in Network Moral Construction and Educational Risk Control Measures

Chun SU

Abstract


Given the complexity of network moral construction, this research first sorted out and reviewed the risk factors of youth responsibility anomie in network moral construction, and then pointed out that future research on youth responsibility anomie should be conducted with a curiosity with its representation, and by focusing on educational strategies to address it and re-examining related problems using the network governance theory. After a comprehensive analysis of the in-depth connection between network moral construction and youth responsibility anomie as two mutually restricting and promoting factors, and revealing the practical problems with respect to the latter, this research proposed educational control measures to address youth responsibility anomie in network moral construction.


Keywords


Network moral construction; Youth responsibility; Risk of anomie; Educational control measures

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11991

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