Study on the Psychological Problems of Left-Behind Children in Rural Areas and Countermeasures

Guanchen SHEN, Shijie SHEN

Abstract


The issue of left-behind children in rural areas is a social problem which arises in the process of urbanization in which labor forces in rural areas migrate to urban cities. With the expedition of the process of industrialization and urbanization, a large majority of rural labor forces flow to urban cities. As a result, the phenomenon of left-behind children becomes more prominent who have become an important group in building a harmonious socialist society in China. As they are isolated from their parents for a long period of time, quite a lot of left-behind children have the problems of inferiority complex, psychological inversion, interpersonal disorder and deviation between personality and behavior, etc.. The underlying reasons for these problems are absence of parents’ education, inappropriate education by guardians, inadequate school education and unhealthy social education, etc. This paper suggests improving family education, making full use of resources in school education, integrating social power to construct the education and custody system of left-behind children and educating left-behind children to strengthen their own psychological quality cultivation, and doing a good job of education in left-behind children in rural areas.


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The issue of left-behind children in rural areas is a social problem which arises in the process of urbanization in which labor forces in rural areas migrate to urban cities. With the expedition of the process of industrialization and urbanization, a larg

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5703

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