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Leading the Construction of Mainstream Ideology of Independent College Art Students with the Core Values of Socialism

Yanan Li

Abstract


Today, entrepreneurship is regarded as one of the best economic development strategies to develop the country’s economic growth and sustain the country’s competitiveness in facing the increasing trends of globalization The research is a study of the background in entrepreneurship research previously done and findings.

Keywords


Undergraduates in China; Entrepreneur; Entrepreneurship

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i8.2534

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