Maze and Regression of the Mainstream Culture in the Context of the Multi-Cultural Impact
Mou, Guangbo, Asian Social Science
Multi-cultural background refers to a complex of deepening globalization, more frequent exchanges of economy, culture, and thought, fast-developing science and technology, the advent of information technology, competitive economic trends, fiercely violent ideological value, differentiated social stratum and the continuously changing lifestyle.
Nowadays, economic globalization and cultural diversity result in an unprecedented degree of shock and exchanges among different nations. These do not only reflect the fusion between different cultures but also include the conflicts and contradictions among cultures. Affected by the cultural diversity and pluralism of value, the mainstream culture with socialist value as the core, has been suffering a great impact. Chinese University Students have encountered many obstacles in faith or in ideal. The negative influences brought by some decadent and declining ways of life on college students can not be underestimated. Moral disorders, lack of honesty, phenomenon of counterfeit, and fraudulent activities have been further spread. Feudal superstition, heresy, pornography, gambling, drugs and other social evils have risen again. Money worship, hedonism and individual extremism have flourished. The abuse of power and other negative phenomena of corruption can not been completely prohibited. All these have produced great negative impact that can not be ignored on the college students. In addition, some international hostile forces use various means to accelerate the ideological and cultural infiltration to the university students in China. For example, college students show their resentment, misunderstanding, and inimical emotion against the socialist ideals and other educations of the mainstream culture. The overflow of the plural culture has resulted in a severe impact on mainstream culture, which has gradually withdrawn from the value of the college students.
1. The impact of "extreme individualism" on the value of the college students
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Publication information: Article title: Maze and Regression of the Mainstream Culture in the Context of the Multi-Cultural Impact. Contributors: Mou, Guangbo - Author. Journal title: Asian Social Science. Volume: 6. Issue: 6 Publication date: June 2010. Page number: 175+. © 2010 Canadian Center of Science and Education (CCSE). COPYRIGHT 2010 Gale Group.
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