Analysis of the Educational Approach to Socialist Core Values from the Perspective of Sociology of Knowledge

Danyun WANG


Sociology of knowledge primarily investigates the relationship between thought, existence, knowledge, and society, analyzing the interactive dynamics between a particular form of thinking and the existing social structure. It aims to provide valuable paths and approaches for the development of knowledge or thought. In this context, we can consider socialist core values as a type of knowledge. This study explores the understanding of socialist core values as a knowledge type from the perspective of the sociology of knowledge. It analyzes the interactive relationship between this knowledge type and the existing society, further discussing suitable educational approaches based on this understanding. Strengthening the construction and cultivation of socialist core values can be achieved through educational methods such as promoting traditional culture, optimizing the external social environment, and facilitating mutual fulfillment between educational subjects and objects.


New era, Sociology of knowledge, Socialist Core values, Social existence, Educational approach

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