The Predicament and Methods for College Students Identifying With Core Valuesof Socialism From the Perspective of Social Interaction

Miao HE, Shuyan GONG, Xiaochuan ZHANG

Abstract


College students’ identification with core socialism values affects the development of construction of spiritual civilization. In this paper, based on social interaction theory, we analyzed the relationship between it and identification with core socialism value. Based on these, we constructed model for method of identifying with the core socialism values from the respects of college interaction and external interaction, real interaction and virtual interaction.


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Social interaction; Core socialism values; Identification method

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10015

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