A Reflection on the Development of Ideological and Political Situation of College Students in the Past Ten Years

Chunzhi DENG


During the past ten years, the ideological and political situation of college students has shown a significant progress, especially in the aspects of political thought and political standpoint, outlook on life and world, evaluation of school and teacher. The important influencing factors are the system reform, especially the reforms of higher education and ideological and political theory course. Therefore, we must accurately grasp the changes of the ideological and political situation of college students, promote the ideological construction of colleges and universities with pioneering and innovative spirit, and strive to create a healthy and upward educational environment.


College students; Ideological and political situation; Change and development

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9773


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