Problems of the Current Rural Public Culture Construction in China and Corresponding Countermeasures



The rural public culture construction is one of the key content of socialist new countryside construction. In recent years, the CCP and the government have attached great importance to building it. And the rural public culture construction has achieved great development. While, there exist some issues, such as disconnect between supply and demand, the inferior quality, rigid management mechanism, restricting the comprehensive development of rural public culture construction. Therefore, the paper makes analysis from the perspective of insufficient funds, government-led pattern and the lack of systems and mechanisms, then take corresponding countermeasures to meet farmers’ culture needs and protect their cultural rights and interests.


Public culture; Rural public culture; Problems and countermeasures

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