Theoretical Logic Research on the Protection of the Rights and Interests of University Students in Combination of Work and Study



At this stage, most colleges and universities (especially higher vocational) personnel training require students to complete the engineering process in the form of “internship”. The combination of work and study involves students’ work time, work environment, work salary, work overtime, etc. This is bound to cause relevant The discussion of the labor rights of engineering students and the risk of labor rights and education rights being violated. According to the frontier legal theory, social law is positioned as a “third jurisdiction” and aims to favor the protection of vulnerable groups. In other words, examining the content of the legal relationship between work and study from the perspective of social law not only accords with the cutting-edge legal theory, but also provides a new perspective for the interpretation of work and study, and provides a new perspective for the integration of industry and education and the protection of student rights in the production management may.


Combination of work and study; Protection of rights and interests; Social law; Theoretical logic

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