A Study on the Effects of Red Resource in Ideological and Political Education

Meiying XU


Red resource is the witness of history, is the inheritance and development of Chinese national spirit, and also embodies Chinese Communist Party’s fine traditions and revolutionary spirit. Taking full advantage of red resource and actively exploring the new contents, new methods and new ways of college ideological and political education plays an important role in guiding college students to establish a scientific ideal and belief, and improving the training quality of colleges and universities.


Red Resource; Ideological and political education; Effects

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


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