Research on the Endogenous Problems of Rural Farmers’ Spiritual and Cultural Education

Yanlong ZHAO, Yibing LIU

Abstract


The author conducts research and analysis on the endogenous problems of rural farmers’ spiritual and cultural education and finds that: the current endogenous problems of rural farmers’ spiritual and cultural education in China are mainly manifested in the oldness of spiritual and cultural education concepts, the monotonousness of spiritual and cultural education content, the blurring of spiritual and cultural education forms, the simplicity of spiritual and cultural education methods, and the lag of spiritual and cultural education evaluation and etc. Meanwhile, the author proposes to build a scientific system of spiritual and cultural education policy, create a healthy and harmonious policy implementation atmosphere, and construct a full policy supervision system and some other policy suggestions.


Keywords


Rural farmers; Spiritual and cultural education; Endogenous

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2F4513

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