All-Round Development of Human in Contiguous and Concentrated Poverty-Stricken Areas in China

Zhizhang WANG

Abstract


This thesis is based on the theories of sociology and Marxist human thought, selecting “poverty Wuling Mountain area”—one of China’s 14 contiguous and concentrated poverty-stricken areas as the object of empirical study, analyzes the major problems that exist in the man’s all-round development and examines the reasons. In this sense, the author offers policy recommendations which gives new perspective to conduct in-depth research in this field and provides new thought and method for the practical departments to give prominence to the man’s all-round development in the social construction.


Keywords


Contiguous and concentrated poverty-stricken areas; Human construction; All-round development

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2F3900

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