Research on the Safeguarding of Basic Cultural Rights of Farmers

Ling TANG

Abstract


The rural-urban gap in terms of cultural development has restricted the establishment of a public cultural service system covering the whole society in China. The insufficient supply of public cultural service in rural areas and the insufficient realization of the basic cultural rights of farmers, the cause of which, if analyzed, is the lack of safeguard mechanism for basic cultural rights of farmers. Therefore, accelerating the legislation process of public culture and establishing a legal system for public culture has become the inevitable course to realize the complete coverage of public culture service system and safeguard basic cultural rights of farmers.


Keywords


Farmer; Basic cultural rights ; Cultural legislation.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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