The Empirical Research of the Correlation Between the Subject Characteristics and the Effectiveness of the Ideological and Political Education

Haixiang QIAO

Abstract


In the teaching of ideological and political theory course, the subject does not accept the object passively. But the cognition, emotion, will and ability of the subject will be used in the acceptance process, and influence the acceptance effect. Different subjects have different cognition, emotion, will and ability, so as have different acceptance aims; background, interests, and ability, which eventually leads to different acceptance effects. There is no empirical test to explain the relationship between the acceptance subject characteristics and acceptance effect of ideological and political theory course. This paper has important practical significance to study the relationship between acceptance subject characteristics and the acceptance effect.


Keywords


Subject characteristics; Curriculum reform; Teaching effect; Implementation path

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8782

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