The Influence of Popular Science Short Video on the Cognitive Construction of Minors in Remote Mountainous Areas in China
Keywords:Science Short Video, Knowledge Gap, Cognitive Construction.
With the comprehensive advancement of Chinese Internet infrastructure construction, the gap between urban and rural netizens has gradually narrowed, and the penetration of the Internet into minors in remote mountainous areas has gradually increased. In recent years, short video platforms, the number of users, and the number of works have exploded. Popular science videos, as an important branch of short videos, provide young people in remote areas with a window into science, narrowing the “knowledge gap” of urban and rural minors. The supervision and review of the content of short videos cannot be adapted in a timely manner. Under the trend of "flow monetization", people with ulterior motives rely on vulgar and marginal content to win the public's attention, and at the same time, minors in remote mountainous areas cannot correctly judge short videos of popular science. The quality of the content and the lack of timely and appropriate supervision are not conducive to the growth of minors in remote mountainous areas and the shaping of their outlook on life, values, and world outlook. By sorting out and analyzing the cognitive construction of minors in remote mountainous areas through the dissemination of popular science short videos, this paper proposes corresponding solutions from three aspects: society, school and family, and expects to contribute little to the solution of the problem.
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