The third part, examining contemporary Chinese teachers’national culture mission from the human - education-cultural relations: as a cultural emissary, contemporary Chinese teachers shoulder the historic mission of cultural heritage and innovation, they are historical successor of national culture, the main infectors, rational reflection persons and contemporary interpretations.
The emergence and development of an art, and we are closely related to the social and historical conditions, these factors include the political system, economic development factors, cultural heritage factors, philosophical factors and so on.
Taking Zhuti cultural and commercial stress as example,from four aspects: geographical culture,principle of planning design,humanistic environment design and architectural form problems related to culture inheritance in design are discussed in order to create culture breath in modern shopping street and embody cultural characteristics of city.
In internet and information era,library culture character,culture function and culture service take place series change,Therefore libraries should constantly expand their serving field,so as to shoulder the duty of culture inheritance in this new era.
Wushu is an very important part in the splendid and traditional culture of our country. In order to promote and popularise it,we should solve the problems existing in the development of Wushu and give it independent and important position in schools,which will play a key role both in education and culture inheritance.
Based on full studying and understanding the features of Chinese language, the Character-Based Theory reveals the relationship between Chinese characters and Chinese language, gives prominence to the structural features of Chinese characters, stresses the word-building factors of characters and unfolds the features of its cultural transmission.
In the implementation of innovative education exist some problems, which are mainly embodied in the handling of such relationships as innovative education and quality education, innovative education and innovative management, students’ innovation and teachers’ innovation, innovative education and cultural transmission, innovative learning and receptive learning, innovative learning and scientific research, innovative education and intellectual education of innovation, individual innovation and collective innovation, innovative education and adherence to rules. So only when we solve these problems, can we achieve the healthy development of innovative education.
Freedom is the constant pursuance of human beings for hundreds of years, and education, which burdens the task of cultural transmission persistently makes efforts to realize individual freedom and display the individual charms all the time.
Recent evidence shows that females of many species may copy the mate choice of other females, potentially resulting in the cultural inheritance of mating preferences.
This shows that mate-choice copying has a long-lasting effect on mate-choice decisions in sailfin molly females and that mate-choice copying can serve as a mechanism for cultural inheritance of mate preferences in females.
A small but significant fraction of cultural inheritance was due to maternal effects, possibly mediated through dietary habits.
Cultural inheritance is much smaller, and there is no evidence of maternal effects or major loci.
The alternative - elaborating the idea of so-called "cultural inheritance" - makes little sense from a biological point of view.
Der Beitrag vertritt erstens die These, dass sich North in seinem sp?ten Werk durch Konzepte wie 'shared mental models' und 'cultural heritage' der von Durkheim vertretenen Einbettung formeller 'Vertr?ge' in gemeinsame Werte ann?hert.
Draft UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage 1998
This article considers certain issues relating to the draft UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage 1998.
2001 UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage plus Appendix: Convention on the Protection of the
The UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage, adopted in November 2001, is designed to create a legal framework to regulate interference with underwater cultural heritage (UCH) in international waters.
Innovation, new or modified learned behaviour not previously found in the population, is the first stage in many instances of cultural transmission and may play an important role in the lives of animals with generalist or opportunistic lifestyles.
Since these changes are directional they cannot be described by drift, and singers incorporate changes as they occur, thus song must be shared through cultural transmission.
What initiates these changes remains speculative, but we assess some hypotheses in relation to humpback whale behaviour and cultural transmission in avian song.
Genomic imprinting may be implicated in the origin and maintenance of the cognitive architecture required for cultural transmission.
The hierarchical transformation of event knowledge in human cultural transmission