A herança do “gene vermelho” nos estudantes: os esforços do Partido Comunista Chinês para preservar os seus valores na nova era


  • Renjun Cao Shandong Normal University
  • Hong Cao Shandong Normal University


Partido Comunista da China, Busca de valor, Nova era, Herança do gene vermelho para estudantes universitários, Ciberdemocracia


Em resposta ao problema de que a herança do gene vermelho não é profissional e profunda o suficiente para acompanhar os tempos, este artigo analisa a herança do gene vermelho dos estudantes universitários, para que ele possa ser mais bem herdado. O artigo oferece um estudo da busca de valor do Partido Comunista da China (PCC) e da herança do gene vermelho dos estudantes universitários, introduz a busca de valor do PCC, bem como explica a importância e a necessidade da herança da faculdade gene vermelho dos alunos. Inicialmente, analisa a herança do gene vermelho em estudantes universitários, depois expõe a importância e a necessidade da herança do gene vermelho neles e investigou a busca de valor do PCC. Ademais, trata da herança dos genes vermelhos em estudantes universitários na nova era, na esperança de promover a sua herança. A pesquisa sobre a busca de valor do PCC e a herança do gene vermelho dos estudantes universitários pode chamar sua atenção para a herança do gene vermelho, facilitando sua compreensão da busca de valor do PCC.


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Biografia do Autor

  • Renjun Cao, Shandong Normal University

    Ph. D. School of Marxism, Shandong Normal University, Shandong 250358 – China. ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7122-5870.

  • Hong Cao, Shandong Normal University

    Associate Professor. School of Marxism, Shandong Normal University, Shandong 250358 – China. ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1398-2715.


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Received: 19/07/2023 – Approved: 29/08/2023 – Published: 30/04/2024



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A herança do “gene vermelho” nos estudantes: os esforços do Partido Comunista Chinês para preservar os seus valores na nova era. (2024). Trans/Form/Ação, 47(5), e02400168. https://revistas.marilia.unesp.br/index.php/transformacao/article/view/14872