International Comparative Studies on the Cultivation of Social Responsibility Quality

Lan SU, Suchun WAN

Abstract


The cultivation of social responsibility quality is conducive to the formation of common constraint and social rules to promote the modernization of individuals and society. The international comparative studies on the present situation, objectives, contents and ways for the cultivation of social responsibility quality benefit by examining the theoretical and practical issues during the cultivation of social responsibility quality with developmental notion and open mind. In the future, it will be necessary to deepen the scientific spirit and follow the pulse of times for the cultivation of social responsibility quality to further enhance the academic depth and practical dimension for the cultivation of social responsibility quality.


Keywords


Social responsibility quality; Cultivation objectives, Cultivation contents; Cultivation strategy; International comparative studies; Social responsibility behavior

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