Brief Analysis of College Students’ Morality Situation in the New Media Time

Yuechun DIAO

Abstract


With the rapid development of internet, the new media which is individual-centered has moved from margin area to the mainstream. At the same time, as one of the important social groups of internet consumers and the core force of information society, the morality of college students determines the harmonious development of the information network society. However, nowadays, college students’ moral decline in the world of network and the deficiency of ethical education of internet have become increasingly prominent, hence, how to enhance college students’ moral education in the world of internet is an acute problem to be resolved.


Keywords


New media; Morality situation; Moral education; , College students

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7195

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