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Rebuild the Tower of Babel: Formation and Attribution of Implicit Conflict in Mentorism

LIN Jie;LIU Ye-qing;Institute of International and Comparative Education, Beijing Normal University;  
Mentoring relationship is very important for graduate students' academic growth and mental health. Implicit conflict is ubiquitous in mentoring relationships, but it has not been paid attention to and studied. Behind the silence and passivity of graduate students, there are many unknown meaning constructions. The differences between the cognition and appeal formed by expectation and generation gap, and the invisible communication barrier imposed by “unnecessary, dare not, and unwilling” are the background plate leading to implicit conflicts. At the same time, the micro-power operation carrying time, discourse, and emotion is the direct cause of conflicts. The implicit conflicts between supervisors and graduate students reflect the spiritual crisis normality caused by value fluctuation and erosion of instrumental rationality in the development and transformation of modern society.
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