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Lecture Notes in Education Psychology and Public Media (LNEP) is an international peer reviewed journal which publishes only original articles from a wide variety of methodological and disciplinary perspectives concerning social science issues. The journal aims to improve the human condition by providing a public forum for discussion and debate about education, psychology, communication and law issues. The journal publishes articles that are research-oriented and welcomes empirical and theoretical articles concerning micro, meso, and macro phenomena. Manuscripts that are suitable for publication in the LNEP cover domains on various perspectives of education, psychology, communication, law, and their impact on individuals, businesses and society.

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  • February 21, 2023, Good News! Welcome Dr. Nafhesa Ali from Northumbria University to give a speech at the 4th International Conference on Education Innovation and Philosophical Inquiries (ICEIPI 2023).
  • The 4th International Conference on Educational Innovation and Philosophical Inquiries (ICEIPI 2023) will be held on August 7, 2023.
  • The 4th International Conference on Education Innovation and Philosophical Inquiries (ICEIPI 2023) officially collaborated with the Special Issue "International Journal of Information and Operations Management Education (IJIOME)" on September 9, 2022
  • Prof. Paul R. Goldin from University of Pennsylvania, Prof. Enrico Palandri from University College London, and Prof. Eric Patrick from Northwestern University were invited to be the keynote speakers of the 3rd International Conference on Education Innovation and Philosophical Inquiries (ICEIPI 2022) on June 25, 2022, whose speeches mainly focused on Education, Humanities, and Arts.
  • The 3rd International Conference on Education Innovation and Philosophical Inquiries (ICEIPI 2022) was held online during August 4-9, 2022.
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    Tik Tok in China was a fast-growing online interactive social platform in recent years and was widely used by people. College students represented a significant portion of the Para-social interaction on the Tik Tok platform. In this era of online Para-social interaction, people might experience negative emotions, such as anxiety, when established their self-presentation and experienced social interaction. Therefore, to alleviate the risk of self-anxiety among college students in online Para-social interaction, the study explored whether the self-presentation and social interaction of college students on the Tik Tok platform are related to self-anxiety. The study used analysis of survey method, regression, and correlation to measure whether the development of self-anxiety in college students affects the mental activities which be generated by self-presentation and social interaction on the Tik Tok platform. The study investigated that when college students highly appear on impression management, lying self-presentation, and intensity of Tik Tok use, they were facilitated self-anxiety, but when college students had subjective meanings in social media, they may be at less risk of self-anxiety. Therefore, the study suggested that psychological guidance should be provided in terms of motivational concerns of image management. Meanwhile, social platforms can make college students more aware of the realization of self-worth in social platforms to reduce their self-anxiety rate.

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    At present, the popularization rate of higher education has increased, and the world has entered a post epidemic era. The number of graduates has increased year by year, and they are facing the planning problems after graduation, making it more and more difficult to obtain employment. At the same time, social media platforms,i.e.,microblog are booming, and almost all college students have become users of social media platforms, and through these platforms, they can obtain employment and other related information. The purpose of this investigate was to explore the impact of social media information pushed on College Students' post-graduation planning (direct employment). In this paper, "Theory of Planned Behavior" model was applied, and Statistical Product and Service Solutions (SPSS) was applied for confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation modeling. The conclusion of this investigate was that the information pushed of social media platform had an impact on the planning (direct employment) of college students after graduation. The social media platform generated college students to have different attitudes towards employment by influencing their "persistent behavior control". This paper also put forward relevant suggestions on this issue.

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    This study investigates the feasibility and effectiveness of praxis of Critical Literacy in Chinese English-major classrooms. The results of qualitative analyses of the information obtained from classroom observations, and interviews reveal that English major students generally have a positive attitude and that several factors affect their perception. These elements consist of: 1) the enhancement of thinking skills by CL practices; 2) student interest in pertinent subjects; 3) student language competency; and 4) the effects of CL practices on tests. Several implications for CL pedagogical practice are also provided in light of the findings.

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    This paper argues that Confucianism was one of the many influencing factors of cultural exchange between Asian countries in the past. As the most appropriate stage of education to shape human values and modes of thought, primary education should be the focus of research. This article focuses on three Southeast Asian countries, Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam. This article not only compares the setting of the primary school curriculum and the basic spread of Confucianism in these three countries but also compares it with the changes brought about by the original Confucianism in China. The extent to which Confucian culture has influenced primary education in Southeast Asian countries is respectively outlined through several comparisons.

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