Xi'an Aeronautical University Shaanxi, Xi’an, 710077, China
The literature education in new media are facing multiple crises. The impact of new media not only seriously hits the transmission efficiency of paper media of literature education, but also reduces people's aesthetic demand for literature education. The new media platforms are full of fickleness and vanity, which bring crisis to the development of literature education. In view of this, education reform measures should be proposed for the crisis of literary education, and the literary education should be optimized based on new media. The following article explores the crisis of literary education based on new media.
Literary education, new media, education crisis, crisis
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