Research on Method of College Ideology and Politics Course in the View of New Media

Fan JIANG

Abstract


In era of new media, method research of ideology and politics education in advanced college focuses on “construction based on character of new media” to achieve purpose of ideological and political education, which is “relationship between you and I”, and to think. Educators of ideology and politics courses in advanced colleges can construct equal, interactive, timely “You and I online” relationship base on wide, fast and convenient propagation characteristics of new media. At the same time, based on objective disadvantages of new media, deepen accompanying type of offline relationship. However, no matter how to utilize properties of new media, one should not forget the basic principle that “reason of value is the most basic pursue” is the method of college ideological and political education. Thus revolution on methods and tools won’t replace nature content.

Keywords


New media; Advanced college ideology and politic education method; Value reason

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

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