Research on Sense of Social Responsibility in China: Looking Back and Looking Forward

Kangni WU

Abstract


Sense of social responsibility is one of the important qualities that modern citizens must have. Individuals’ sense of social responsibility is related to the social production and economic construction of the country as well as the formation of good social orders. China has a long history of research on sense of social responsibility. This paper introduces research on sense of responsibility and the concept of sense of responsibility, the current situation of sense of social responsibility, the influential elements of sense of social responsibility and the cultivation of sense of social responsibility and so on, and it also look forward to domestic academic study of sense of social responsibility.


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China; Sense of responsibility; Sense of social responsibility

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