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A Study on the Practice of Ethnic Unity and Progress Education of the Ethnology Museum of Guangxi Minzu University

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DOI: 10.23977/jsoce.2023.051008 | Downloads: 17 | Views: 446


Xiaojie Chen 1, Zhenhua Cao 2


1 College of Ethnology and Sociology, Guangxi Minzu University, Nanning, China
2 College of Politics and Public Adminstation, Guangxi Minzu University, Nanning, China

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Xiaojie Chen


Education for ethnic unity and progress is a long-term strategy to unite all ethnic groups and countries in harmony and stability.Ethnology museums in colleges and universities are responsible for assisting colleges and universities in cultivating talents, and are also important positions for deepening ethnic unity and progress education. This paper takes the Ethnology Museum of Guangxi Minzu University as the research object to carry out the research on the practice of ethnic unity and progress education.Relying on the rich collection resources and preponderant discipline, through the visit reception, practice class, national culture and other activities, we will improve the education work of national unity and progress. With the theory of national unity as our guiding ideology, the museum combine traditional methods and innovative ideas to create a diversified education mechanism.


Ethnic Unity and Progress Education, Ethnology Museum, Higher Education


Xiaojie Chen, Zhenhua Cao, A Study on the Practice of Ethnic Unity and Progress Education of the Ethnology Museum of Guangxi Minzu University. Journal of Sociology and Ethnology (2023) Vol. 5: 62-70. DOI:


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