Moral Inquiry of Cultural Preference Among Contemporary College Students

Gang DONG, Lianyun YI


According to the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, culture is blood vessel for national and spiritual home for people. Under the influence of cultural environment, the cultural preference of undergraduates is reflected as the contradiction between decreasing cognition of traditional culture and blind worship of western culture, between weak mainstream ideology and popularity of multi-culture. Through survey and moral inspection about cultural preference of contemporary college students, the effective ways to realize moral redemption of cultural preference of contemporary undergraduates are to guide mainstream value of undergraduates with Chinese traditional culture, to cultivate cultural confidence of undergraduates, to build good atmosphere for propagating Chinese traditional culture.


Undergraduates; Cultural preference; Morality

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