The Study of Ideological Education of College Students in Minority Areas of China

Xinxin WANG

Abstract


The ideological education of college students in minority areas of China plays an important role in the nation’s educational strategy. The contents, management, methods, features, and carriers of ideological education constitute the main parts of it. Teachers should recognize the unique features of ideological education, enrich the contents of it, consolidate the relevant management, and utilize the carriers of it appropriately. Moreover, some problems which exist in ideological education must draw people’s attention. It is necessary for college leaders and teachers to take some coping strategies on the basis of analyzing these problems.

Keywords


Ideological education; College students; Main problems; Coping strategies

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7699

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