On How to Create a Harmonious Researching Environment by Analyzing the Humanized Social Science Administration
Humanized social science administration in colleges should focus on the orientation of its value and its function, and pay attention to the influence that the administration has on the researcher’s mentality and development of his proficiency. At present, such fake humanized phenomenons as localized, randomized, and making decisions by relationships in college social science administration are common occurance, which has distorted the essence of “people first”. To strengthen the process administration of scientific research from the value perspective of humanized administration is good for researchers to purify their motivation, to optimize their research tracks, and to improve their quality of results. Besides, to strengthen the institutional construction and the environmental molding from the function perspective of humanized administration is good for researchers to inspire their research proficiency, to inhance their reputation in research and to make a favorable research atmosphere.
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