Social Guidance Path of Cultivating Social Responsibility Quality in Youth

Lan SU, Jie NING

Abstract


The cultivation of social responsibility quality in youth is the expression and reflection of individual development and social development of youngsters, so it is necessary to create a social environment for the cultivation of social responsibility quality in youth through social guidance. This research constructed the social guidance path of cultivating social responsibility quality in youth with the communication theory as the theoretical basis for social guidance, socialist core values as its value orientation, and social participation as its practical form.

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Social Responsibility Quality; Youth; Social Guidance Path

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