On the Discovery and Construction of Country Studies on the Civic Education

Yan ZHAO, Min LI

Abstract


Discovery and construction are the thinking mode, thinking process and research method of scientific research, emphasizing the intrinsic nature and basic law of the research object based on the facts or materials related to the research object. The innovative application of discovery and construction in the country study of civic education has ontological, epistemological and methodological significance for revealing the intrinsic nature and general law of the research object. Therefore, it is necessary to follow the principles of theory of reflection, epistemology and axiology to discover and construct the innovative application in the national research of civic education.


Keywords


Country studies on civic education; Discovery and construction; Significance; Practical study; Principles

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10017

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