Investigation and Analysis of Present Situation and Educational Countermeasures and Cultural Needs of Farmers

Xueyin LI, Sha DU, Mingming ZHOU


The samples, from 21 provinces, municipalities directly under the central government, 107 villages, 30 towns, are altogether 3,577. The survey found, the cultural demand of farmers is generally healthy and positive. What they need most are cultural knowledge of computer technology, disease prevention knowledge, legal knowledge to deal with disputes, migrant workers rights of women and children protection law, recreational activities are singing and dancing, favorite sports activities the first three are the small ball (table tennis badminton), major sports (basketball and volleyball football) and the short or long runs. And there are some differences in age, gender, and cultural degree of life state between these demands. Investigation and analysis reflect that, some activities already undertaken can’t meet the need, and some farmers on the surface needn’t culture, but actually reflect the lag of cultural spiritual pursuit. By contrast with sports, entertainment is more short of physical activity. Farmers’ favorite access to cultural knowledge is face-to-face teaching. However, the “information price ratio” of “three rural areas “ activities are lower than others. According to the problems, we put forward some strategic suggestions on software and hardware.


Peasant; Countryside; Cultural demand; Cultural construction; Construct

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