On Deng Xiaoping’s Youth Goal Incentive Thought and Its Enlightenment on the Realization of the Chinese Dream

Haoyun DAI

Abstract


Deng Xiaoping’s youth goal incentive thought derives from the Marxist world outlook and methodology and results from the historical background of reform and opening up, contains scientific connotations: an accurate understanding of the youth is the premise; scientific goal setting is the core; education and guidance to young people is the key and to inspire the incentive of young people is the essence. It has effectively promoted the development of the cause of socialism with Chinese characteristics and the growth of young talents. Deng Xiaoping’s youth goal incentive thought unifies the goal of the party and the goal of the youth and it has provided valuable insights to lead contemporary youth to actively devote into the Chinese dream of the great rejuvenation of China, that is to grasp the characteristics of contemporary youth to provide power for the Chinese dream, to scientifically develop goals to gather power for the Chinese dream, to strengthen the education and guidance of young people to devote to the Chinese dream and to stimulate the main role of the youth to force the Chinese dream.


Keywords


De Xiaoping; Youth goal incentive thought; Chinese dream; Enlightenment

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6002

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