Chasm Between Students and Ideological and Political Workers and Its Countermeasures: A Case Study on the Emerging Social Network Site

Ou XIE, Feng LIU

Abstract


The electronic time has brought convenience to college students and at the same time it causes quite a number of issues. One is that the previous conventional face-to-face communication with ideological and political workers, represented by counselors has been replaced by texts, phone calls and messages, which are time-saving. These ways would diffuse awkward situations that might happen during communication but also lead to a wide gap between students and ideological and political workers. This article aims to discuss the mechanism of the problem and countermeasures to solve it.

Keywords


Contemporary college students; Ideological and political education; SNS social network site

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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