Application Research of Higher Vocational Students' Network Responsibility in Ideological and Political Education
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Mengjia Cai, Cheng Shu
Due to the influence of market economy and the decline of social morality, the sense of responsibility of college students has been lacking. The rise of the online world and the extensive participation of college students have also brought the lack of responsibility awareness into the online world. Moral anomie incidents such as indulging in the online world, hacking, and spreading irresponsible speech on the Internet are common occurrences among college students. The existence of these phenomena urgently requires university education to be closer to students, to understand students' sense of network responsibility, and to guide students' sense of network responsibility. In university education, due to insufficient understanding of the status quo of college students' network responsibility awareness, without strengthening relevant moral education, or education in the field of network responsibility awareness cannot be targeted. Moreover, it lacks immediacy in educational concepts, and it is difficult to cope with the rapidly changing online world. The main idea of this article is to introduce the awareness of network responsibility into college moral education to solve the practical problems of college moral education and provide a new direction for the theoretical research of college moral education. Introducing the awareness of network responsibility into college moral education can make college moral education more close to the life of college students, solve the problem of anomie in the network, and lay a solid foundation for achieving the higher level of moral education and exerting the powerful functions of moral education.
Higher vocational student, Network responsibility, Ideological and political education