从现代大学生对爱情关系的认知发展谈爱情教育的通识化

Translated title of the contribution: A Study of the Cognitive Development of Love Relationship on Current University Students: From General Educational View of Love Education

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Abstract

This study is mainly to discuss the general education of love education from the cognitive development of love relationship for university students. Regards to the love education on university education appears more "activities" and fewer "courses". Even existing is mostly dominated by gender education. According to love relationship development course of related literature, 143 university students for being sampled for open description on the definition of "love". By content analysis, all data were classified seven parts: "rational","affectional","one-way","reciprocity","active","passive"and the "metaphor". With the description of reciprocity (reciprocity) addressed love accounted for up (43%), followed is "metaphor" (15%). As for the primary content as described in the definition of love between men and women, on the rational or affectional: more boys in a rational discussion, more girls in affectional discussion; metaphor to describe all of the love part was mostly girls. Finally, based on the identity of love’s definition and the University stage evolution of love, some suggestions of love education through general education by three sides to be concluded: love education by general education; the teaching methods of love education by PBL (Problem-Based Learning); and teaching materials of love education.
Translated title of the contributionA Study of the Cognitive Development of Love Relationship on Current University Students: From General Educational View of Love Education
Original languageChinese
Pages (from-to)49-56, 63
Number of pages9
Journal西華大學學報(哲學社會科學版)
Volume33
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - Aug 20 2014

Keywords

  • love education
  • love relationship
  • cognitive development
  • general education

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