The Empirical Study on Development Value Identity and Requirement of Central Plains Folk Custom Sports Cultural Resources

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Utilizing the methods of documentary research, fieldwork, expert interviwing and so on, this paper have taken much survey in terms of cognition and value identity situation of Central Plains folk custom sports culture, the motivation of attending this activity, the development requirement trend and this culture heritage development and creation requirement trend and so on to realize the value identity and requirement of Central Plains folk custom sports cultural resources development from the public, further to wake up the attention from the public about this cultural resources which provide the culture and heritage protection, ecnomic constructure and culture constrcture with theoretical references and practical instruction.

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Fenglian, D. (2012) The Empirical Study on Development Value Identity and Requirement of Central Plains Folk Custom Sports Cultural Resources. Creative Education, 3, 89-92. doi: 10.4236/ce.2012.37B023.

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