Exploration on Moral Status and Construction of Contemporary College Students

Lingling HE, Jie YANG

Abstract


College students are specific groups with higher moral qualities and cultural knowledge among youth in China.Their moral status and its trends relate to whether they can grow to be qualified builders and reliable successors of the construction of socialism. Research show that the moral mainstream of contemporary college students is positive, but there are a series of issues concerning social morality,  e.g., professional ethics, family virtues and morality on internet, which closely related to the real environment they live and its population characteristics. Actively strengthen the moral construction of college students can make them grow healthily and become talents smoothly.

Keywords


College students; Ethics; Problems; Construction

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.hess.1927024020140602.4510

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