An Examination of the Value of Individual Social Responsibility and Quality in the New Era

Chun SU, Lan SU


With the socialism with Chinese characteristics has entered a new era, which marks a new starting point, China has embarked on a new journey and shouldered a new mission. In this regard, it is the inevitable demand for the modernization of the new era to cultivate the quality of individual social responsibility. The quality of individual social responsibility is the basic requirement for the comprehensive development of human beings, the inevitable demand of social governance modernization, and also the natural demand of ideological and political education in the new era. A rational examination of the value of individual social responsibility quality is of great significance to the construction of spiritual civilization in China in the new era.


New Era; Value of social responsibility; Quality

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