Socialization Path Innovation of Moral Education of College Students in New Media Era

Haiyan LI


The socialization of moral education is an important goal of college personnel training in terms of moral education. With the development of information technology, new media are becoming increasingly popular and they are deeply integrated with college moral education socialization, having internally changed and influenced the shaping of personality of moral education of young students. The new media are mobile ubiquitous, anonymous and interactive, virtual reality and other media features, and they effectively promote the emotional cultivation of young students’ moral education, the waking of the consciousness of moral education, the shaping of value of moral education and the practice of moral education; however, the double-edged feature of technology brings worries and risks. The alienation of media information, the collective irrationality in the virtual space, group polarization, network populist phenomenon objectively reflect and threaten the socialization process of moral education of young college students. Based on this, we need to respond effectively, take measures to avoid the risk of moral socialization that new media has brought to the moral education of college students, and promote the socialization process of moral education of college students from four aspects: knowledge construction, platform building, cultural management and position construction.


New media; Young college students; Socialization; Path

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