Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Social Psychology and Humanity Studies
Kurt Buhring, Saint Mary's College
Nowadays, Chinese society has entered a stage of rapid development, and a large number of knowledge-building talents are needed to help China's future development. As the main force of China's future development, young people must have a rich knowledge background as well as good physical and mental health, so as to firmly guarantee the future of China. However, the fact is that, recently, a large number of graduates are unable to find a job or they take jobs that are low-paying, unstable, or less people-oriented. Over time, young people will be less positive at work, and their enthusiasm for work will be greatly reduced, which is not conducive to China's future development. In this case, this paper studies the employment dilemma of contemporary Chinese youth and the reasons behind it, drawing the conclusion that at present, Chinese youth are faced with a dual employment dilemma of the changing employment situation and changing employment preferences, which is caused by the increase in the number of outstanding graduates, the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic, the turnover wave of Generation Z, and the structural problems of youth employment.
This article explores the relationship between China's economic development and its growing diplomatic influence across the world. The research dives into how economic imperatives impact China's international relations by analysing important economic factors behind its foreign policy, concentrating on critical sectors such as trade, investment, and infrastructure development efforts such as the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). The paper analyses China's diplomatic use of economic power, focusing on its approach to bilateral and multilateral interactions, notably in Southeast Asia. This research presents light on the strategic convergence of China's economic aims with its diplomatic outreach, emphasising its impact for global geopolitics through a combination of quantitative data and qualitative analysis. The research also considers key global powers' reactions to China's expanding global influence, providing a holistic assessment of current international relations dynamics.
With the rapid development of internet technology in China, various new media entities and visual communication forms are constantly emerging, and new communication channels have brought new opportunities and challenges to the dissemination and innovation of brand and product value. Brand design is facing enormous challenges of transformation and upgrading due to the impact of new media, and consumer demand is becoming increasingly diverse. In a fiercely competitive market, brands need to keep up with the times. This article aims to deeply explore the combination of new media and brand design, analyze the current situation of brand design in the new media environment, and summarize the characteristics of brand development in the new media era. This article finds that brand designers can transform their thinking patterns, explore innovative brand design methods, and propose specific practical strategies to promote the application of new media technology in brand design.
70% of the Earth is water, and the proportion of freshwater is only 2.53%. Therefore, it is necessary to strengthen the management of water resources, which is beneficial for both humans and the environment. However, people are gradually ignoring this point. If people manage water resources well and make use of them, the author believes that shortly, the proportion of freshwater will not only be 2.53%, but even more water resources can be utilized. This article will collect and organize research on the utilization of water resources in modern society through the collection of online and modern paper materials and integrate data from the literature to express this information. In addition, the author will combine modern data and some information from the past to briefly discuss or forecast future trends in water resource management and utilization, including the conclusions of research on solutions. At the end, there will be an explanation. Here, The paper will only briefly summarize: human intervention in the special nature of local areas; and the rectification of companies and enterprises.
With the rapid growth of digital media platforms and the surging popularity of live streaming, individuals now have unprecedented access to a vast array of educational content presented by experts in various fields. This emergence of knowledge-based paid live streaming as a novel learning approach has completely transformed traditional learning models, offering convenient and interactive learning experiences. This article delves into the extent to which knowledge-based paid live streaming influences self-education. The literature review section provides an overview of the background, current state, and context of knowledge-based paid live streaming, as well as the latest research findings in the field of self-education. To gauge the willingness and ability of participants to engage in self-education, as well as their viewing habits regarding knowledge-based paid live streaming, a questionnaire survey was employed as the research methodology. By examining the impact of knowledge-based paid live streaming on self-education, this study aims to shed light on the transformative potential of this innovative learning method. The findings will contribute to a deeper understanding of the role of digital media platforms and live streaming in facilitating self-education and empowering individuals to acquire knowledge conveniently and interactively.
Wang Yangming, as a representative figure of the new Confucianism in the Ming Dynasty, was deeply influenced by the intellectual trend of synthesizing the three teachings since the Tang and Song Dynasties and the complementarity of Confucianism and Daoism. He ingeniously integrated the cultural essences of Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism, forming the unique philosophy of Yangming’s mind. The formation of this ideology not only originated from his distant family cultural tradition but also closely related to his unique life experiences. In Yangming’s mind philosophy, the complementary features of Confucianism and Daoism are particularly evident. Based on the ontology of mind philosophy, Wang Yangming actively drew on Daoist speculative philosophy, daringly questioned Cheng-Zhu Neo-Confucianism, and developed Confucianism by incorporating Daoism. This had a profound impact on the intellectual and literary artistic creation of ancient Chinese literati. His thoughts reveal the rich results brought about by the exchange and collision of diverse cultures in the development of ancient Chinese philosophy. In the history of Chinese thought, it has unique philosophical connotations and research value. Exploring the complementary phenomenon of Confucianism and Daoism in Wang Yangming’s thought contributes to a deeper study and understanding of his philosophy.
Over the cause of its ntennial history, the Communist Party of China (CPC) has been committed to the cause of poverty alleviation through education and has made great achievements in poverty reduction. Education as a fundamental means to disrupt the inter-generational transmission of poverty has played a pivotal role in this process. By conducting an extensive analysis utilizing the Nvivo qualitative analysis tool and employing content analysis methodology, this study provides a comprehensive overview of China's historical trajectory in the development of educational theories and practices for poverty alleviation. The research discerns four distinct stages within the past century: (1) the gestation stage, characterized by the implementation of universal compensatory education, (2) the initiation stage, marked by education as a catalyst for trans-formative change, (3) the transformation stage, emphasizing balanced educational development, and (4) the diversification stage, focusing on comprehensive educational development. The tasks and goals of China's education-based poverty alleviation efforts unique at each stage, and its theory and practice also face many severe problems and challenges. Therefore, the continuous enrichment and refinement of China's education-based poverty alleviation theories and practices has become an imperative requirement for meeting the demands of the evolving era.
This article explores the intricate and enduring connection between First Nations communities in Canada and their ancestral lands. The central research question guiding this investigation is: How do these multifaceted factors intersect to shape the lasting cultural-land bond? Utilizing a comprehensive literature review methodology, encompassing historical records, scholarly works, and indigenous perspectives, this study synthesizes information to provide a nuanced understanding of the complex dynamics at play. The key argument put forth is that the historical trajectory, colonial-era policies, Indigenous-colonial treaties, present-day social structures, economic considerations, environmental challenges, familial traditions, and core cultural values collectively contribute to the vitality of the cultural-land connection. The academic impact of this research lies in its revelation of patterns and common themes, offering crucial insights for policy adjustments. The article advocates for comprehensive legislation that respects Indigenous rights, encourages community-led initiatives, and promotes environmental sustainability. The implication of this work is a call to action, urging continued research, legislative support, and community engagement to ensure the preservation of this enduring connection for the benefit of current and future generations.
In the digital era, it is a common method for businesses to use the internet to attract attention, and stimulate purchasing desire. Merchants find people to praise their products, causing the public to lose their judgment and be unable to determine whether the products are useful. This article will explore the effect of media public opinion in Little Red Book, discussing the relationship between Paris L'Oreal users on Little Red Book and media public opinion, as well as how to use public opinion to influence Paris L'Oreal's user behavior and attitudes. This article uses case analysis with various factors, such as the official flagship store review area on online platforms. Analyzing the false public opinion of Little Red Book on user marketing, the results indicate that internet comments can influence customers' purchasing behavior and judgment, and reshape their consumption concepts.
This study explores the transformative impact of digital learning environments on education, underscoring the dual nature of their influence. It highlights benefits such as enhanced student engagement, diverse educational resources, and personalized learning experiences, facilitated by interactive and multimedia-rich platforms. However, the paper also acknowledges significant challenges, including cognitive overload leading to loss of focus and the risk of exacerbating educational inequalities due to the digital divide. The need for strategic measures is emphasized, focusing on enhancing digital literacy, providing equitable technology access, and supporting educators with professional development in digital pedagogies. The study concludes by recognizing the potential of digital learning to revolutionize education while highlighting the importance of addressing its inherent challenges for a more effective and equitable future in education. This study suggests that Ensuring equitable access to technology and high-quality digital resources is crucial in mitigating the risk of exacerbating educational inequalities. And teachers should help students to enhance student engagement and self-control.
The emotional state of feeling uneasy, strange, uneasy, apprehensive, or even afraid while dealing with people is known as social anxiety. Developed by A.T.B. in the 1960s, cognitive behavior therapy is a systematic, brief, cognitively focused psychological treatment approach that focuses on psychological disorders including anxiety and depression as well as psychological issues brought on by illogical thought. This study provides a quick overview of related knowledge about social anxiety disorder and cognitive behavioral treatment through the analysis of two research. The results of this study indicate that social fear may be effectively treated using cognitive behavioral therapy; nevertheless, several limitations remain in the current research. People will benefit from the study by having a better understanding of cognitive behavioral therapy and being able to select the appropriate course of treatment going forward.
Media and gender identity construction are interdependent. Media reinforce people's gender identity by perpetuating stereotypes, while also reflecting the public's demand for gender identity. This paper explores the impact of information media on people's gender cognition and the changes in gender perception under media influence. It also examines the differences between media in the past and contemporary periods, and their respective effects. For instance, before the popularization of paper information, oral language was the main medium for people. At that time, information was subject to the media, with slow transmission speed and a small influence range. In this condition, due to the superiority of the male physiological structure, there is a male-biased patriarchal gender relationship, which was first established in social production relations. The low social productivity makes the social status of men with innate physiological advantages above that of women. This fact proves that the influence of information media on people's gender cognition is huge, and society reinforces people's gender identity by emphasizing men's physical advantages. The ultimate goal of this study is to showcase the huge stereotypes created by the media in the past and the current 'improvement' situation.
In China, 3% of preschool children suffer from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), with a male-to-female ratio of 5:1. ADHD is a prevalent behavioral disorder in children. Intelligence in these affected children is normal or normal; however, they exhibit deficiencies in learning, behavior, and emotional aspects. These children face challenges in interpersonal relationships both at home and in preschool settings, leaving parents and teachers feeling helpless. This paper navigates the complex relationship between Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and intelligence, amidst a backdrop of varied scientific findings. Through a systematic review of a decade's peer-reviewed literature, the study scrutinizes empirical research involving diverse demographic samples and quantitative ADHD and IQ measures. Findings reveal a multifaceted relationship between ADHD and intelligence, influenced by various factors including potential comorbidities. The study underscores the importance of a holistic approach in ADHD intelligence assessments, considering both cognitive strengths and challenges. The implications of this research are twofold: it guides the development of personalized interventions for individuals with ADHD and highlights the necessity for further exploration into the ADHD-IQ relationship and its implications for cognitive functioning and long-term outcomes. Developing a more comprehensive understanding of ADHD, this paper moves beyond the limitations of traditional IQ metrics to encompass a wider range of cognitive skills and strengths. This paper aims to provide recommendations and implement effective measures for children exhibiting disruptive behaviors, such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The focus is on assisting these children to facilitate their healthy development.
With the rise of streaming platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and others, there has been a profound transformation in the landscape of visual storytelling. The emergence of streaming media has ushered in a transformative era for the film and television industry. This essay conducts a comparative analysis of traditional cinema and internet television series, unveiling the evolution of film technology and its impact in the era of streaming media. This study examines the distinctions between the traditional film production process and the innovative approaches adopted by Internet TV series. Traditional film production is characterized by its reliance on theatrical releases and linear narrative. It also investigates the role of advanced digital tools and technologies, as well as the impact of streaming algorithms on content recommendations and audience engagement. Furthermore, this essay is intended to provide a comprehensive overview of the ever-evolving landscape of film technology in the era of streaming media. It underscores the creative autonomy and adaptability offered by internet television series, as well as the challenges and opportunities they encounter.
Based on the theory of the tragedy of the commons and the background of global warming, this paper examines the emergence, development, and specific problems of current international climate policies at the political economy level. The aim is to provide the global community with sustainable policy recommendations to address the challenges of climate change effectively. The paper explores complex topics like resource distribution, carbon emissions, climate adaptation, and international cooperation using an interdisciplinary approach. The study underscores the crucial role of economic policies in guiding resource use to combat global warming. It also emphasizes the challenges posed by international cooperation, political will, and social acceptance. The paper further discusses measures like establishing standardized standards for resource extraction and highlights the importance of long-term planning among nations. In conclusion, even though the “tragedy of the commons” poses significant challenges in the context of climate change, these can be mitigated through specific economic measures.
Nostalgia is a multifaceted, ego-driven social emotion that emerges during reflections on the past and encourages prosocial behaviors. Gratitude is regarded as both a temperament and a moral sentiment aimed at an elevated state of acknowledgment, playing a significant role in fostering positive psychological outcomes. Besides, self-compassion is characterised by three fundamental elements: mindfulness, common humanity, and self-kindness, the act of treating oneself with kindness and empathy when confronted with difficulties, which can help alleviate emotional distress and promote emotional recovery, which means in life is defined as an individual's subjective perception that their life possesses coherence, purposefulness, and meaningfulness. This research proposal will provide a feasibility programme for future formal studies. Study 1 intends to recruit 160 participants online through a questionnaire, while Study 2 plans for online recruitment of 210 participants, employing an experimental approach to manipulate nostalgia versus non-nostalgia conditions. The results will likely indicate a positive relationship between nostalgia and gratitude, with self-compassion and meaning in life acting as chain mediators in explaining how nostalgia promotes gratitude. In other words, nostalgia can facilitate the experience of gratitude through a chain of mediating factors, including self-compassion and meaning in life.
Language acquisition is a major process for children as they grow up. They start to learn the grammar, the use of sounds, and the words, and try to use language to express themselves. This study, will discuss the past theories on language acquisition of past tense verbs, and combine these theories with the present suggestions on how to improve teaching methods and children’s learning. Past tense verbs contain a variety of changes in word forms, generally including regular changes and irregular changes. Regular changes are the addition of the -ed suffix after the original form of words, while irregular changes are diverse and can be divided into different types. Errors will keep occurring as kids learn these types of grammatical rules. Nonetheless, children will progressively acquire the terms and grammar over time. Thus, it will be exceptionally helpful for students to acquire and generalize the acquisition of past tense verbs to increase their learning efficiency.
Amid the widespread integration of social media into the lives of Chinese youth, the intricate dynamics of fan interaction and idol worship have become a compelling focal point in this digital era. This research, rooted in the interdisciplinary fields of education and sociology, embarks on an in-depth exploration of the profound implications that fan interaction and idol worship phenomena hold for the education of Chinese adolescents within the expansive realm of social media platforms. A meticulous examination of relevant literature uncovers that these platforms function as tools for information dissemination and serve as significant arenas where adolescents actively shape their identities and values. Against the dynamic backdrop of the digitized social media landscape, this study aims to meticulously uncover and analyze the potential impact of fan interaction and idol worship on the education of Chinese adolescents, presenting innovative perspectives that could reshape the discourse within the field of education.
Although punk culture was introduced into China from the West, with the rapid development of Chinese science and technology and the enhancement of the consciousness of national discourse construction, Chinese punk culture has shown a breakthrough trend. Meanwhile, as a significant representation of youth subculture, punk culture always pays attention to youth culture's reality to convey young people's spiritual needs. With the development of the Internet, the attitude of youth has gradually changed from complete rebellion to looking out from the edge to the center, showing the tension of resistance and compromise. In this paper, the author studies Oriental punk aesthetics and youth discourse construction in Chinese animated films, and the New Gods series of animated films is taken as a case study. According to analysis, it is concluded that the New Gods series connects the punk style with national identity, finds the commonality between punk culture and the spiritual core of the films, and fits with the discourse of youth in the context of national culture, so as to construct a localized mythological space based on national historical experience and explore the mode of youth culture with Oriental punk aesthetics.
Employee job performance, as a key indicator of organizational operating efficiency and productivity, has always been highly regarded in both academia and industry. Particularly in the contemporary social environment, studying factors affecting employee work performance is of immense theoretical and practical significance for more efficient organizational management and fuller employee potential tap. This study focuses on three main dimensions: individual employee attributes, organizational environment, and job characteristics, exploring the factors influencing employee job performance. Results confirm that excellent job design and high job satisfaction are crucial and indispensable for boosting employee job performance. The formation of employee job performance is a complex system engineering process, collectively influenced by individual, organizational, and job-level factors. Based on this, managers consider all these influential factors in their day-to-day operations, scientifically design and implement human resource policies to stimulate the enthusiasm of employees and improve their job performance. This study offers a new perspective and in-depth theoretical analysis for understanding the multi-dimensional impact mechanisms of employee job performance and provides effective decision-making references for practical management, thus bearing significant academic value and practical implications.