Integration of Ethnic Minority Cultural Moral Education in Ethnic Minority Areas – Taking the Mongolian Culture as an Example
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Keywords

National culture
Moral education resources
Moral education in colleges and universities

DOI

10.26689/jcer.v5i8.2485

Abstract

The traditional culture of ethnic minorities embodies the spiritual pursuit of unique national value. It can be used as a valuable moral education resource and is of great significance to improve the effectiveness of moral education in colleges and universities in ethnic areas. At present, China has not paid enough attention to the development and utilization of moral education resources of the ethnic minority traditional culture, nor has it established and improved the relevant development and utilization mechanism. Taking the moral education spirit of the traditional Mongolian culture as an example, this paper analyzes its moral education value, points out the existing problems of moral education in colleges and universities in ethnic areas, as well as suggests strategies for the integration of moral education resources of ethnic minority traditional culture with the moral education in colleges and universities in ethnic areas.

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