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  • Open Access | Article 2024-03-28 Doi: 10.54254/2753-7102/6/2024043

    How Does the Quality of Education Affect the Employment Quality of Secondary Vocational School Graduates?

    Secondary education is an important stage for individuals to acquire the skills needed in the labor market. In recent years, the trend of pursuing higher education after secondary vocational education has weakened the relationship between the two. As an important stage for the cultivation of skills among secondary vocational education students, the influence of secondary education on the employment quality of secondary vocational school graduates has not received sufficient attention. An analysis of a sample survey of graduates from 10 schools participating in the “Winning the Future” Phase II project in 2023 found that cognitive abilities, non-cognitive abilities, and skills all promote high-quality employment for secondary vocational school graduates to varying degrees. Further analysis indicates that students with excellent academic performance and personality traits such as openness, extroversion, and agreeableness are more likely to achieve high job satisfaction, while skill certificates and general skills help secondary vocational school graduates obtain jobs matching their qualifications. Future development in vocational education should focus on the influence of secondary education on secondary vocational school students to help graduates achieve high-quality employment.

  • Open Access | Article 2024-03-28 Doi: 10.54254/2753-7102/6/2024044

    Analysis of Song Dynasty Tabloids from the Perspective of Media Studies

    In the study of Chinese journalism history, Song Dynasty tabloids have always held an important position. Beyond conventional research perspectives, this paper departs from the media principles of French scholar Régis Debray, focusing on the specific media presentation of tabloids and their censorship logic.

  • Open Access | Article 2024-03-28 Doi: 10.54254/2753-7102/6/2024045

    Migrants’ Subjective Well-being in Big Cities of China: Based on Self-rating Social Status and Social Integration

    Promoting subject well-being of migrants could give full play to the advantages of talent's resource. Social position and social inclusion of migrants could be the key to pursue a people-centered, new type of urbanization and bring about rural migrants’ settling in cities. There is a lack of studies focusing on social comparison and social inclusion of migrants with the point of geographical features. Using the data collected from China Migrants Dynamic Survey in 2014, the relations among object socioeconomic status and self-rating social status as well as subject well-being of migrants in one municipal district and seven prefecture-level cities of China was examined by adopting multilevel linear regression model, which includes both mediating variables and moderating variables. Several conclusions are drawn as follows: 1) Migrants’ subjective well-being is affected by their objective socioeconomic status. Whilst migrants’ comparing themselves with local relatives and colleagues, as we call it self-rating social status, plays a part in mediating relations between object socioeconomic status and subject well-being, especially when the object socioeconomic status refers to migrants’ household monthly income, certain types of occupations (including civil servants, clerks and the self-rated) and homeowners in the host city. 2) When compared their socioeconomic status with locals in the host cities, including economic status and respect for themselves, the deeper the migrants are merging into cities and social networks, the weaker the relationship between self-rating social status and subjective well-being will be. In other words, social inclusion among migrants do negatively regulates the relations above. 3) However, there is no evidence that the higher the acceptance degree of local residents in host cities to migrants, the deeper the impact of the respect for migrants on subjective well-being will be. Obviously, the acceptance degree of local residents could not significantly moderate the relations between respect for migrants and their subject well-being. Based on the above research conclusions, this paper suggests that for building a harmonious society and improving the quality of urbanization, equal treatment of migrants and locals should be identified and dealt with. Furthermore, Therefore, we must speed up migrants to blend into the society in the cities.

  • Open Access | Article 2024-03-28 Doi: 10.54254/2753-7102/6/2024046

    Television News Broadcasting: Conformance to News Standards and Emotional Expression

    With the progress of the era and the development of society, China's broadcast television industry has entered the era of all media. The industry level and technology have achieved a qualitative leap, which has placed higher demands on the professional capabilities of broadcasters and hosts. Language communication ability and emotional expression skills are an important part of the professional capabilities of frontline news broadcasters and hosts. Only by aligning news standards with emotional expression can news broadcasters and hosts convey the connotation and viewpoints of news accurately and vividly to the audience on the basis of standard news reporting, thereby achieving the optimal efficiency of news broadcasting.This study first clarifies the basic principles that television news broadcasting emotional expression should follow and the influencing factors of emotional expression in news television broadcasting language. Then, it explores specific pathways to enhance the ability of emotional expression in television news broadcasting language from aspects such as making good use of language and culture, switching to appropriate rhythms, revealing personal emotions, and enhancing details of life. This aims to provide references for research and practice related to news anchor reporting, discourse expression, and the teaching of broadcasting and hosting disciplines.

  • Open Access | Article 2024-03-28 Doi: 10.54254/2753-7102/6/2024047

    The Digitalization Dialectic: A Critical Analysis of Technology's Role in Cultural Formation and Social Change

    The digital revolution, marked by the swift advancement and dissemination of information and communication technologies (ICTs), has significantly impacted societal structures, cultural norms, and individual behaviors, heralding the emergence of a networked society. This paper explores the profound influence of digitalization on cultural norms, values, and practices, highlighting the dialectical relationship between digital technologies and cultural dynamics. Through a comprehensive review of existing literature and theoretical frameworks, it examines how digital technologies have facilitated new forms of cultural expression and interaction, while also addressing challenges posed by the digital divide, privacy concerns, and socio-economic implications of automation and datafication. The study delves into the transformation of cultural capital in the digital age and the role of networked social movements in shaping contemporary cultural landscapes. Furthermore, it discusses the implications of digitalization for global cultural flows and local cultural practices, contributing to the debate on cultural convergence and divergence in the digital era. By engaging with critical theories, this paper provides insights into the intricate relationship between the digital revolution and culture, underscoring the necessity of nuanced perspectives in understanding the complexities of contemporary social dynamics and the ongoing transformation of cultural identities and social structures.

  • Open Access | Article 2024-03-28 Doi: 10.54254/2753-7102/6/2024048

    A Model of Lecturer’s Professional Development in Business School of Research Universities in the 21st Century

    In the era of the 21st-century knowledge economy, research universities serve as strategic pillars for fostering an innovative nation, leveraging their unique strengths to establish national scientific and technological forces that support high-level self-reliance in science and technology. Meanwhile, the professional development of lecturers constitutes a crucial component of research activities within these institutions. Nevertheless, inadequate research has been conducted in this domain, leading to a deficiency in societal impact. This study employs content analysis to explore the lecturer’s professional development in business school and to build a model of the lecturer’s professional development in the business school of research universities in the 21st century. According to the content analysis, the results indicate that lecturers effectively advance their professional development by fully exploiting the ample resources offered by business schools within research universities, integrating their attributes, international training programs, and scientific research for personal enrichment. The article suggests establishing a novel mechanism to foster the professional development of lecturers and facilitate the exchange and recruitment of talented individuals. Encourage professional development among lecturers and foster the dissemination of innovative resources, ultimately resulting in heightened production of high-quality research in academic institutions.

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