Research on the Guiding Role of Social Media in Teenagers' Aesthetic Education


  • Yijia Xiang



Social Media; Teenagers; Aesthetic Education.


Aesthetic education is the education of beauty, aesthetic feeling and aesthetic appreciation. Its task is to cultivate people's hearts with beauty, improve people's ability to appreciate and create beauty, and sow the seeds of beauty in people's hearts. Social media has flourished after deep integration with the global Internet. It has the distinctive characteristics of quickness, integration, personalization, interactivity and openness, and it is effectively integrated into people's study, life and work, and subtly changes people's life, thinking and habits. In the process of aesthetic education, on the one hand, educators educate people with beautiful objects, on the other hand, in the process of aesthetic education, the educated are in a state of aesthetic passion with strong emotional activities. This is very different from other education. Teenagers' aesthetic education should always adhere to the combination of theoretical research and practical experience, indoctrination education and inspiration education, explicit education and implicit education, and teacher guidance and personal perception as the core.


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How to Cite

Xiang, Y. (2023). Research on the Guiding Role of Social Media in Teenagers’ Aesthetic Education. BCP Education & Psychology, 10, 55–59.