Analysis and Discussion on Chinese College Students’ Moral Characteristics and Its Countermeasures


The moral education of Chinese colleges and universities should start with the moral characteristics of contemporary college students so as to find solutions and countermeasures. The paper suggests the concordant development of school education, social education and family education, forming an organic whole, to improve the current moral education jointly, which is a good way to improve the moral level of the contemporary college students.

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Zhang, Y. (2015) Analysis and Discussion on Chinese College Students’ Moral Characteristics and Its Countermeasures. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 3, 76-80. doi: 10.4236/jss.2015.33014.

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