Research on People’s Livelihood Concept of Socialism With Chinese Characteristics

Mingyan SHI, Mingjiang SONG

Abstract


According to 18th Communist Party Congress Report spirit of China, strengthening the construction of Socialist people’s livelihood is a major social issue which needs to be solved urgently at present. As a major part of the construction of the concept of socialism with Chinese characteristics, constructing people’s livelihood needs to absorb classical Marxist concept of people’s livelihood, summarize the development course and experience in constructing people’s livelihood of Chinese characteristic socialism, and clarify the basic provisions of the people’s livelihood idea of socialism with Chinese characteristics theoretically, so as to construct the socialist core value concept of people’s livelihood.


Keywords


18th Communist party congress report spirit; People’s livelihood concept of socialism with Chinese characteristics; Socialist core value concept

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8703

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