Take Measures: Knowledge Poverty Alleviation for Contiguous Poor Areas- A Case Study of the Wuling Mountain Area

Zhizhang WAMG, Zili LIU


Knowledge poverty alleviation aims to help poor areas and poor people out of poverty by strengthening the knowledge infrastructure, enhancing the professional skills and “self blood” feature of the poor, establishing cultural knowledge networking and activating poor self-consciousness of poverty-stricken areas. Based on combing the theory of poverty at home and abroad and outlining research status and the analysis of the Wuling Mountain Area, the paper presents main primary paths of Knowledge for the contiguous poor areas, aiming at providing theoretical support and basis for decision-making for all levels of the government to lay our new contiguous destitute poverty alleviation during the battle and build a comprehensive well-off society and realize the country’s political stability, national unity, border consolidation, social harmony, ecological security. Simultaneously, a further objective of this paper is to attract the attention of more scholars at home and abroad to knowledge poverty alleviation which is important proposition and build up a systematic theoretical framework from the theoretical and practical dimensions.


Contiguous poor areas; Knowledge poverty alleviation; Study of the path

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.sss.1923018420140501.4006


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