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Rural Education Revitalisation in the Context of National Cultural Revival

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DOI: 10.23977/jsoce.2022.041105 | Downloads: 14 | Views: 500


Rui Sun 1


1 Department of Visual Design, Yeongnam University, Gyeongsan-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do, 38525, Korea

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Rui Sun


Rural schools, with their unique geographical space and cultural and educational advantages, take on the important mission of nurturing cultural identity and cultural confidence among rural youths, promoting the self-improvement and transcendence of rural culture while maintaining its vitality, and thus becoming the main body responsible for the cultural heritage of rural society. However, with the advancement of modernisation, the differences in cultural influence between urban and rural areas have become more and more obvious. The main aim of this paper is to investigate the revitalisation of RE in the context of national cultural revival. This paper analyses the relationship between RE and revitalisation, and conducts a detailed study of the relationship between the RR strategy and the development of rural schools and rural society, as well as the relationship between rural cultural construction and the rural revitalisation (RR) strategy and rural education (RE). It then goes on to study the revitalization of RE in the context of national cultural revival, including the value significance and inevitable requirements. Finally, an experimental analysis is conducted and it is found that schools and relevant education departments are currently supportive of rural cultural heritage, but due to the lack of relatively professional training, the absence of a systematic rural cultural construction model and the lack of corresponding supporting policies for rural cultural construction, etc., many excellent rural cultural resources cannot be effectively integrated and utilised in the classroom directly or indirectly. As a result, it is impossible to cultivate students' awareness of rural cultural heritage. 


National Culture, National Renaissance, Rural Education, Rural Revitalisation


Rui Sun, Rural Education Revitalisation in the Context of National Cultural Revival . Journal of Sociology and Ethnology (2022) Vol. 4: 38-48. DOI:


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