The Research on Construction of Campus Culture

Lijuan WANG, Qian WANG


The campus culture is to point the basic behavior norm, basic conviction and value which all the teachers, employees and students to comply with. As a part of the whole social culture, it is mostly divided into three types of structures, namely material layer, spirit layer with the system layer. Accordingly, the content of the construction of campus culture mainly includes material cultural construction, campus spirit culture construction and the system of campus culture construction. Lack of the construction of campus material culture, the biases of the campus spiritual culture construction bias and rigid system of campus culture construction are flooding the reality. To improve the situation, we should adhere to the people-oriented and harmonious ideas, set up the system integrated construction idea, take advantage of our campus man's subjective activeness, make innovation lead the construction of campus culture, pay more attention to education reform and the era background and treat campus network culture correctly.


Culture; Campus culture; Construction

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