Experience and Revelation of China’s Youth Patriotism Education Since Reform and Opening up

Changsong LI

Abstract


Ever since the reform and opening up, China’s Youth patriotism education has enjoyed a steady development and great innovation. In terms of the principles, contents, and approaches, patriotism education has accumulated a wealth of experience. It is widely acknowledged that the precious experience is highly beneficial for us to create a new situation for youth patriotism education, and is of great importance on accelerating the patriotism education development.


Keywords


Reform and opening up; China; Youth patriotism education; Experience and revelation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.ccc.1923670020130906.2937

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