Proceedings of the 2013 International Conference on Advances in Social Science, Humanities, and Management

Conflict of value orientation in higher education

Authors
Pirong Yao, Lin Meng
Corresponding author
Yao
Keywords
Higher education values; professional education and liberal arts education; resistance of liberal arts education; professional periodical "cold and hot"
Abstract
Chinese higher education goals that value orientation, it is constantly changing in a number of stages of development, before and after the 2010 Higher Education has entered a historic period of reflection; higher education is no longer the goal is to train "for the social production and service" talent so simple, rapid develop-ment of the information age requires col-leges trained personnel will need to have a wide range of adaptability. However, they are not the same those parents and students in higher education values, aspi-rations and social needs, thus leading to a college to provide educational services in the social needs and the needs of stu-dent’s dilemma. Because some universi-ties want to stabilize enrollment, allowing students to replace professional; in the non-rational "utility" value orientation induction, they flood the so-called popu-lar professional, and the results led to dif-ferent professions like China's pork prices the same, with when periodic "cold" is "hot."
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