The official WeChat of the central news website China Youth Online, "China Youth School Media", recently released the "Post-00s Insight Report".
The report shows that69.86% of the college students surveyed were "socially afraid" because they were afraid of becoming embarrassed by the social scene; 52.65% of the college students surveyed said that they were afraid of saying the wrong thing.
In this regard, Chi Yukai, associate professor of the School of Psychology of South China Normal University, suggested that young people should adjust their mentality, not be afraid of making mistakes, have no face, and do not worry about their imperfect behavior.
The investigation also found that90.69% of respondents believe that anonymous social networking has some risks.Some netizens compared the real-name social software to the exhibition version of the "refined version of themselves", and regarded the anonymous social app as a sharing screen to share real life with others.
In addition, 88.44% of the respondents believe that online violence is an irrational behavior caused by a group of people joining in the fun. 86.07% of the college students surveyed hope to carry out media literacy education for young people from an early age to enhance their independent thinking and rational expression skills.
72.48% of respondents are willing to take the initiative to "play terriers"The reasons why young people are keen to "play with terriers" include: it is more interesting to express language (75.71%), and it is convenient to communicate with friends (47.78%).