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Research on Family Education in the New Era—Family Education for Going Back to the Lifeworld

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DOI: 10.23977/jsoce.2023.051111 | Downloads: 39 | Views: 369


Zhao Linlin 1,2


1 School of Physical Education, Pingdingshan College, Pingdingshan, 467000, China
2 Graduate University of Mongolian, Ulaanbaata, 15141, Mongolian

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Zhao Linlin


Family life education is a kind of educational activity based on "family life", which originates from the self-evident nature of family education of "living in family life". By sorting out the concept of family education, the status of family education is clarified, the isomorphism relationship between family life world and family education is clarified, and the road of family education returning to its original family life world is pointed out. This will shift attention to children's inner world, attention to children's personal experience, attention to children's feelings and emotions, and attention to children's way of thinking, so as to create a free living space for children. Through this way of education, we can cultivate children's self-cognition, emotional communication, role playing and interactive cooperation abilities, help parents better understand and cope with various challenges and problems in family life, promote interaction and communication between parents and children, and enhance family cohesion and happiness.


New era; family education; phenomenology; lifeworld; scientific world


Zhao Linlin, Research on Family Education in the New Era—Family Education for Going Back to the Lifeworld. Journal of Sociology and Ethnology (2023) Vol. 5: 79-83. DOI:


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