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Frontiers in Educational Psychology, 2021, 2(2); doi: 10.38007/JEP.2021.020201.

University Students' Mental Health Education System Based on Big Data and Network Public Opinion


Huan Wu and Jia Zhou

Corresponding Author:
Huan Wu

Nanchang Institute of Science and Technology, Nanchang 330108, China


Emerge in an endless stream of development space in the information age, and various social software is emerging, such as WeChat, Kwai Fu, micro-blog, and jitter. With social software, people can communicate with each other more easily, and almost everyone can express their own opinions on the Internet. College students have more free time than others, so they have become the mainstream group of online public opinion. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the current situation and characteristics of Internet public opinion, and to study the mental health problems that college students may appear in public opinion. This paper uses some classical research methods, such as data search method and questionnaire survey method, summarizes the current situation and trend of domestic network public opinion, defines the relevant concepts of public opinion and its characteristics, discusses the methods of improving mental health education, and finally puts forward suggestions on how to improve the political and mental health education system of college students. After the research, it is found that network public opinion has both opportunities and challenges for college students. Educators should give full play to the opportunities brought by the network public opinion in this special environment, try their best to eliminate the adverse effects, and help them develop healthy ability to treat and solve problems. Through the experimental research, 85.67% of college students think that the supervision system of network public opinion should be strengthened, 78.56% of them think that the network moral education should be strengthened continuously, 71.25% of the college students think that a perfect supervision team should be established, 60.43% of the college students think that the means and technical update of network supervision should be improved, 66.23% of them think that they should cultivate the sense of responsibility.


Internet Public Opinion (IPO), College Students, Mental Health Education, Information Age

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Huan Wu and Jia Zhou. University Students' Mental Health Education System Based on Big Data and Network Public Opinion. Frontiers in Educational Psychology (2021), Vol. 2, Issue 2: 1-8. https://doi.org/10.38007/JEP.2021.020201.


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