Under the Visual Angle of Pluralistic Culture Construction of Contemporary College Students’ Aesthetic Value

Lijuan ZENG


Aesthetic values from the aesthetic angle to the thing understanding and evaluation of value standard, value consciousness and value judgment. In today’s multicultural era, the aesthetic idea of today’s college students in fashion, sensibility, the phenomenon such as personality, utilitarian, entertainment, is dispelling the formation of college students’ healthy  individuality. College aesthetic education should be guided by the health connotation, to communicate inside and outside the classroom as the way, in order to educate them, based on campus environment aesthetic function, to improve the students’ aesthetic taste and judgment.


Multicultural;College students;Cesthetic value;Construction

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