Practice Approach of the Integration of Confucian Ritual and Musical Thought into the Construction of Campus Culture in Colleges and Universities

Author/s: Richen Yang

DOI: 10.12738/estp.2018.6.267 

Year: 2018 Vol: 18 Number: 6

Abstract

The extensive and profound Confucian ritual and musical thought is an important part of Chinese traditional culture, advocating standardizing people’s behavior, communication between people, harmony and order. Integrating Confucian ritual and musical thought into the construction of campus culture in colleges and universities can regulate the behavior of college students, and promote the ideological construction of college students. This study integrates Confucian ritual and musical thought into the construction of campus culture in colleges and universities, and explores the practice approach. The results show that most of the students hold an open attitude to Confucian ritual and musical thought, but half of the students do not have an in-depth understanding of it. The integration of Confucian ritual and musical thought into campus culture needs to embody humanistic spirit and people-oriented characteristics. The practice approach should start from campus culture administrators, educators and college students and formulate the corresponding measures to enhance college students’ consciousness to use Confucian ritual and musical thought and practice ability through the construction of campus culture. This study provides a theoretical basis for popularizing the application of Confucian ritual and musical thought in the construction of campus culture.

Keywords
Confucian Ritual and Musical Thought, Construction of Campus Culture, Practice Approach, College Students, People-Oriented

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