Chinese “Post-90s” Social Practice Analysis

Houcun LIU

Abstract


“Post-90s” university students in the Chinese mainland begin to enter the university, walk out of campus and start to practice in the society in 2008. However, because the characteristics of Chinese Post-90s college students reflect the lack of social practice which makes them at a disadvantage in career competition. Firstly, the author brings forth the causes of this phenomenon based upon the analysis of their social practice, and finally, provides some suggestions to guide Chinese Post-90s college students how to be engage in social practice better.


Keywords


“Post-90s”; University student; Social practice

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

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