On Connotation of Social Responsibility of Higher Education
- Wang Shaolin
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- Wang Shaolin
Available Online September 2014.
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- Higher education, academic autonomy, social responsibility
- Social responsibility of Higher Education Research refers to that in a strong sense of social care and educational care, researchers do independent thinking to "meet human needs and development and talent", and focus on "what a good society is, and what good education is, what kind of education can contribute to a better society". The current study of the social responsibility of higher education means that researchers need, not only from external factors, but also from their own factors to objectively and rationally contemplate to reflect the problems of Higher Education. Although the study of higher education has obtained certain achievements, there are still weak fundamental research theoretical issues, methodological system, and academic problems, such as lack of autonomy, which severely restricted and hindered the sustainable development of higher education and full play of its social responsibility. Therefore, China needs to re-examine the study of higher education and its current mission of "Science" and "internationalization", knowledge production and knowledge creation. Based on the inherent philosophy and their own logic, and conduct earnestly study of the practice of contemporary Chinese higher education, build ideological and theoretical system of diverse higher education with Chinese characteristics, making its own unique contribution to the study.
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TY - CONF AU - Wang Shaolin PY - 2014/09 DA - 2014/09 TI - On Connotation of Social Responsibility of Higher Education BT - 2014 Conference on Informatisation in Education, Management and Business (IEMB-14) PB - Atlantis Press SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/iemb-14.2014.68 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/iemb-14.2014.68 ID - Shaolin2014/09 ER -