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Trans-cultural Views of Safety Education for Adolescent in China and the West

Zhen Li, Meiling Dai


The flourish of teenagers is the obligation of the whole society and safety education for adolescent is an issue which is attracting more and more attention from all parties. Causes leading to the problems in safety education originated from the aspect of society, school and family. Safety education in China is not systematic and more focus is on knowledge than skills, more precaution than coping. A trans-cultural view can be adopted to investigate the sources and an integration of diverse concepts with joint effort from the society, school and family can achieve better effect in safety education for adolescent in China.


Safety Education; Adolescent; Trans-culture

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i11.3000