The Coupling Analysis of the Theory of Embeddability and the Rural Famers’ Spiritual and Cultural Education

Chaoping LUO, Shunyu LI, Junting LI, Yanlong ZHAO

Abstract


The authors researched on the significant methodological significance of the theory of Embeddability analysis framework when it is used in research of the Rural Famers’ Spiritual and Cultural Education, and furthermore analyzed the Coupling of the theory of Embeddability and the Rural Famers’ Spiritual and Cultural Education. The result showed that the methodological significance of the Theory of Embeddability when it is used in research of Rural Famers’ Spiritual and Cultural Education is: 1st, from the perspective of overall situation to observing the Rural Famers’ Spiritual and Cultural Education, and entirely promoted the development of the Rural Famers’ Spiritual and Cultural Education. 2nd, arranged the internal and external connection of the Mental Cultural Education of Rural Farmers, and revealed the law of the development of Mental Cultural Education of Rural Farmers. 3rd , strengthened the openness of the Rural Famers’ Spiritual and Cultural Education, enhanced its developmental activity and enlarged its developmental space. The coupling of the theory of Embeddability and the Mental Cultural Education of Rural Farmers fully show that the theory strengthened the Rural Famers’ Spiritual and Cultural Education of integrity, highlighted the connecting of the Rural Famers’ Spiritual and Cultural Education and revealed its openness.


Keywords


Theory of embeddability; The rural famers’ spiritual and cultural education; Coupling

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