SWTO Analysis on the Establishment of Social Institutions by University Teachers

Lin LU, Jiahui LI


This paper adopts the SWOT analysis method, namely the Strength- Weakness- Opportunity- Threat model. It analyzes and judges the external environment, internal state and a series of conditions of social institutions founded by university teachers, to identify the internal strengths and weaknesses, the external opportunities and threats to determine the corresponding development strategy.


University teachers; Social institutions; SWOT

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.hess.1927024020140602.3981


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