Practical Research of Social Inclusion in the Library Public Cultural Service

Ying ZENG

Abstract


The cultural service of the library is a part of the public cultural service, which plays an important role in the public cultural service system. Social inclusion is an effective way to realize the equalization of public cultural services and the construction of a harmonious society. In this paper, it is analyzed the theory and research of Library’s public cultural service and social inclusion and the phenomenon of social inclusion in the library’s public cultural service, then it is put forward the way to realize the social inclusion in the library’s public culture service. If it truly achieve social inclusion, the government, social organizations and members of the community and the community should make joint efforts.


Keywords


Library; Public cultural service; Social inclusion; Social exclusion

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