A Study on Value Orientation of School Education of the Qiang Ethnic Group During the Late Qing Dynasty and Republic of China

Shengli ZHU, Jing YANG

Abstract


During the late Qing Dynasty and Republic of China, modern school education system of Qiang ethnic group was basically completed. According to the review of the national education policies and curriculums established by the Qiang schools in that period, we find that the value orientation of the Qiang schools met the national need of “assimilation”. People were not interested in that kind of education. The education they need is how to get rid of the identity of ethnic discrimination and how to solve their livelihood.


Keywords


Late Qing and Republic of China; School of Qiang ethnic; Value orientation; Assimilation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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