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Disaster Management of Tibet by the Central Government in the Qing Dynasty -- A Research Perspective Based on Big Data

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DOI: 10.23977/aetp.2021.53013 | Downloads: 19 | Views: 978

Author(s)

Changtao Sun 1

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1 School of Literature, Tibet University, Lhasa City, Tibet, 850000

Corresponding Author

Changtao Sun

ABSTRACT

Since ancient times, Tibet has been an area prone to natural disasters, especially in the Qing Dynasty, which is the peak period of various natural disasters. In order to reduce the harm of disasters in Tibet, the majority of officials and civilians in Tibet have set up a relatively complete disaster control mechanism. Through the study of disaster management in Tibet in the Qing Dynasty, the historical significance of this mechanism is revealed, and the practical role of disaster management in Tibet in the current era of big data is provided for reference.

KEYWORDS

Tibet, Disaster management, Qing Dynasty, Big data

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Changtao Sun. Disaster Management of Tibet by the Central Government in the Qing Dynasty -- A Research Perspective Based on Big Data. Advances in Educational Technology and Psychology (2021) 5: 88-93. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/aetp.2021.53013

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