How to Strengthen the Patriotism Education of College Students During the New Period

Nuan WEN, Xin GUO


The patriotism education is an eternal topic. This article uses analysis of the meaning of patriotic education in different periods as the point of penetration. On the basis of analying current situation of contemporary college students’ patriotism, this article put forward several new ways to innovate and expand college students’ patriotism education.

Key words: Patriotism; China; College; College students


Patriotism; China; College; College students


n.d. (2008). Ideological and Political Work Department of the Ministry of Education, Focus: College Students’ Concerned Ideological and Theoretical Problems. China Renmin University Press.

The Ministry of Education. The Rolling Survey on College Students’ Ideological and Political Status of 2011 Shows that the Main Trend of College Students’ Thought Is Positive and Health. Retrieved from



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