Legal Constraints and Analysis of College and University Students' Behavior in the Network Environment

By Zhao, Dongyu; Li, Hui | Journal of Politics and Law, March 2015 | Go to article overview

Legal Constraints and Analysis of College and University Students' Behavior in the Network Environment


Zhao, Dongyu, Li, Hui, Journal of Politics and Law


Abstract

The network has become an important channel for current college and university students to exchange information and communication, and become an important part of University life. Although college and university students very like network but most college and university students cannot use the network effectively. Network with its openness and vitality also makes some college and university students freely, lack of moral self-discipline in the network environment. More and more college and university students pay attention to the protection of their rights in the network environment, but a few college and university students have unconsciously infringe upon the rights of other people. So, universities need to carry out effective rule of law education and morality education for University students. Countries should strengthen the network legislation; regulate the constraints on the network infringement and cyber crime. At the same time, we should purify network environment through technical means and help college and university students grow up healthily in the network environment.

Keywords: network environment, behavior analysis, legal constraints

1. Introduction

Network as a new media, has become an important channel for the current college and university students to exchange information and communication, the influence of college and university students has gone deep into all aspects of life. But the network environment unique openness, autonomy and diversity will bring negative effect to the network behavior of College and university students. Therefore, some people think that the network is a "double-edged sword". However, the popularity of the network has already become irresistible. The important thing is how to guide college and university students to set up correct network moral values, to promote their network moral self-discipline. Colleges and universities should strengthen the students guide in network moral education for college and university students in view of psychological stress and negative influence. At the same time, we should also be timely intervention and counseling for the unhealthy network behavior. Our aim should be to make every student really learn to navigate the network, draw nourishment from the network. At present, colleges and universities should know more about the current students' network moral situations. Strengthen the network moral education and legal education of college and university students has become an important part in colleges and universities. So it is important to research college and university students' behaviors in the network environment and carry out law education and moral education according to these behaviors in current China.

2. Analyses of College and University Students' Behavior in the Network Environment

2.1 College and University Students Enjoy Network Life But Most of Them Cannot Use Network Effectively

According to a investigation of college and university students' behaviors in the network environment from some universities in Qingdao Area in China: network has become an indispensable content in university students' life. Almost all of the students have experienced the network. They spend some time on Internet: 50% of the college and university students spend 1-2 hours on the Internet; 30% of the college and university students spend 2-3 hours on the Internet; 18% of the college and university students spend more than 3 hours every day on the Internet. Although so many college and university students like network very much, but most college and university students cannot use network effectively. In answer to "what is the main purpose that you use network"? 61% of the college and university students choose the answer as "watching movies, listening to music, playing games, leisure and entertainment"; 17% of the students choose the answer as "chat with friends"; 9% of the college and university students choose the answer as "search data or learning"; 8% of the college and university students chose the answer as "shopping"; 5% of the college and university students' answer is "for other purpose ". …

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