Research on Ethnic Identity of Zhuang Ethnic in Red River Basin of Guangxi

Fengli TONG

Abstract


The Questionnaire on Ethnic Identity of Zhuang Ethnic in Red River Basin of Guangxi is formulated based on Multi-Ethnic Identity Questionnaire Design of Phinney, integrated with the results of previous interviews to Zhuang Ethnic, 490 samples with different gender, ages, regions, occupations and educations were randomly selected in this questionnaire research. It is found in the research that 50-year-olds rank highest on the identity degree of the ethnic identity and the dimension of sense of ethnicity belonging, 20-year-olds rank lowest; farmers rank highest on the identity degree of the dimension of sense of ethnicity belonging, public sector staffs rank lowest; secondary and polytechnic education group ranks highest on the identity degree of the dimension of sense of ethnicity belonging, primary education group ranks lowest; there is no difference among the remaining. Effectively intensifying the ethnicity education of Zhuang Ethnic and enhancing the cultural heritage protection of Zhuang Ethnic perhaps will be the effective ways to change the unsatisfactory situation of heritage of current ethnicity culture. 


Keywords


Zhuang ethnic; Ethnic identity; Cultural heritage protection

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