Measures and Thoughts on Youth League Work in Universities at New Media Era

Min LU


The rapid development of new media technology is greatly affecting the young men in terms of their thoughts, study and lifestyles, which bring new opportunities and challenges for youth league work executed at the new media era. This paper analyzes the characteristics of young men who living at the new media era, as well as the challenges being encountered by the youth league work in universities.


New Media; The young men; Youth league in universities

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