Construction of College Counselor Discourse System in the Internet Age

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Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1147)


If education is high, the country will be strong. If education prospers, the country will prosper. To run a socialist university with Chinese characteristics and follow the path of higher education with Chinese characteristics, we can’t do without the team of college counselors. In the Internet era, the construction of the discourse system of university counselors is based on the consideration of the status and role of special groups of university educators. Although counselors are an indispensable part of university colleges, they are also interpreters and disseminators of higher-level ideas and guidance. However, at present, college counselors in China are facing a serious abnormal state of lack of discourse roles and poor content of discourse. This will be detrimental to the construction of the counselor team and the development of the counselor’s work. The purpose of this article is to study the construction of the discourse system of college counselors in the Internet era. This article mainly surveys college students in several universities through questionnaire surveys. And carried out from multiple dimensions to comprehensively understand the current status of college counselor’s counseling and teaching, and to investigate the satisfaction, expectations, effects, and existing values of the college counselor’s discourse system, and found that most of the students’ discourse on college counselors The choice of the system tends to be “more satisfied” and “very satisfied”; not many students choose “not satisfied”. The construction of the dialogue system of many college students’ counselors has a strong promotion role.


Higher education Internet age College counselors Questionnaire survey 



[1]. Jilin Province’s Education Science “Thirteenth Five-Year Plan” 2019 Project “Study on the Construction of University Counselor Discourse System Based on Lishu” (GH19319).

[2]. Jilin Provincial Higher Education Association’s research project of higher education in 2019 “Research on the Impact and Countermeasures of Webcasting on the Education of Socialist Core Values of College Students” (JGJX2019D202).


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Student Word DepartmentJilin Engineering Normal UniversityChangchunChina

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