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In The View Of Scientific Concept Of Development Study On The Cultural Industry Development In Ethnic Areas

Posted on:2013-11-17Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:Y Z BiFull Text:PDF
GTID:2235330374998317Subject:Marxism in China
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Ethnic region has a rich feature rich cultural resources, as China’s cultural industry has entered a period of rapid growth in ethnic minority areas of cultural industries has also been some development. Cultural industry development in ethnic minority areas there are also some problems, these problems seriously limits the rapid development of national cultural industries.From the perspective of the scientific concept of development, cultural industries and the internal relations of the scientific concept of development, and try to Baise City of Guangxi as an entry point for an overview of Baise City’s cultural resources, development status, achievements and experience, and then from the twin constraints of the cultural system and investment funds, cultural workers and the overall quality is low and the proportion of small, lack of cultural resources mining and integration efforts, the culture of innovation and scientific and technological content of cultural products is low, the lack of local characteristics and cultural brand analysis of the problems in Baise City in the process of development of cultural industries in the final summary of Baise City in the development process, experience, achievements and the problems and the advanced nature of the diversity of human nature, the times, characteristics innovative six basic principles and practical significance of the scientific development of great importance to cultural industries, breaking the "double bound" and "change", get rid of "inadequate" and eliminating the "lack of eradicate "double low" six aspects to explore the path of scientific development of the ethnic areas of cultural industries.
Keywords/Search Tags:The scientific concept of development, In ethnic areas, Culturalindustry
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