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The Status Of The The Yangko Exercise Groups And Social Control

Posted on:2006-12-10Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:Y Y ZhaoFull Text:PDF
GTID:2207360152497678Subject:Humanities and sociology
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Younger (a popular rural folk dance) reflects the psychology of a certain group of people, who belong to specific nations, societies, and times. Thus it is actually the observation post and laboratory for popular sports. By using the method of documentary investigation, qualitative research, questionnaire, and mathematical statistics, this thesis makes a tentative study on the current situation and social control of Younger.The result shows that:1. Younger originates from physical labor such as transplanting rice seedlings and tilling, which is also pertinent to ancient sacrifice. As a kind of traditionally national sports, primitive Younger faces the category development predicament, therefore it needs modernization, which ismanifested in these aspects — the folk-custom, exercising value, andinnovation.2. According to career, culture, and personal income, the group of people who exercise Younger mainly belongs to the ordinarily benefited social group and relatively deprived social group, which arose since the economic restructuring in China. This group of people has the common economic position, material benefits, and social prestige.3. The social stability of Younger exercising group is between ordinary and relative level. They are always sensible when talking about how to settle those unsteady elements of the society, although they must face many difficulties in the real life.4. Besides popular sports organizations, the civil government, the civil administration department, the culture department, the city planning department and the public security organs help to control the Younger exercises. The measures that are taken to control the Younger exercises are establishing and improving the Younger organizations, intensifying the...
Keywords/Search Tags:Younger, modernization, group structure, social stability, social control
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