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Reconstructing Intelligence Literacy of Police College Students — Based on the Perspective of National Security

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DOI: 10.23977/aduhe.2022.040215 | Downloads: 15 | Views: 816

Author(s)

Qi Zhang 1

Affiliation(s)

1 Beijing Police College, Beijing, China

Corresponding Author

Qi Zhang

ABSTRACT

Intelligence work in the national security course plays a "pioneer", "leading", "forerunner", "precursor", "adviser" and other vital roles. At present, the function of public security intelligence work shall not only serve public security, but also change to serve national security. From the perspective of national security, reconstructing intelligence literacy of students in police colleges is an important path to promote the transformation of public security intelligence to national security intelligence considering talent cultivation. We clarify the components of national security intelligence literacy and construct a systematic model of national security intelligence literacy by combining its six main components. According to the present arrangement of the information classes in police colleges, we reconstruct the intelligence literacy of students in police colleges and universities from three perspectives: knowledge system, capability literacy and cultural value literacy of national security intelligence, so as to provide the curriculum for optimizing the cultivation of intelligence talents in police colleges and universities in the new era.

KEYWORDS

National security intelligence, Literacy, Knowledge, Capability, Cultural value

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Qi Zhang, Reconstructing Intelligence Literacy of Police College Students — Based on the Perspective of National Security. Adult and Higher Education (2022) Vol. 4: 127-134. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/aduhe.2022.040215.

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