A Study on the Sense of Identity of Undergraduates on Marxist Education

Zhengzhen ZHANG


With the continuous progress of economic globalization and the deepening of the reform and opening-up policy of China, new changes have taken place in the social life level and lifestyle of people. The continuous deepening of cultural communication between the East and West promotes the values toward diversification, which makes the mainstream ideology of Marxism faced with several challenges. Some students had doubts about Marxist education, and even resentment. The cause of these problems lies in: the teaching methods of professional teaching staffs need to be improved; contemporary college students have their own unique thinkings; the environment which contemporary college students in determines the different degrees of acceptance. Therefore, to improve the sense of identity of Marxist education, we should combine theory and practice and carry out targeted education.


Marxist education; Present situation; Sense of identity; University students

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