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    Historical Characteristics of the Link Between Marxism and Chinese Traditional Culture
    马克思主义与中国传统文化相结合的历史特点
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    On the Historical Characteristics of the Sino-Occidental Cultural Communication in Modern Times
    论近代中西文化交流的历史特点
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    It is profound and theoretical significance to analyze deeply the historical characteristics of transformation of contemporary Chinese culture and its future tendency for developing comprehensively the Chinese culture and making it maintain its excellent speciality and make for the world.
    深入分析近现代中国文化转型的历史特点,系统论述当代中国文化及其未来走向,对于全面发展中华文化,使之既保持自身优秀特质又走向世界,具有深远的理论意义和实践意义。
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    the historical characteristics of modern Chinese culture development and the role of proletariate culture;
    现代中国文化发展的历史特点与无产阶级文化思想的地位 ;
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The success of such tools should be judged on the discrimination between the specified cases: and the degree to which they capture and recreate historical characteristics of the original data set.
      
The measure of whether a management scenario is capable of establishing regional-scale ecosystem sustainability is the degree to which it recovers the historical characteristics of the regional landscape mosaic.
      
Drawing on interview data of gay men who have had their behavior in public spaces scrutinised by agents of the law for signs deviance, this article explores the historical characteristics of police animosity towards such conduct in Australia.
      
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This article analyses Mao Zedong thought on new democratic culture, including the relationship between new culture, new economics and new politics; the role of revolutionary culture in new democratic revolution; the historical characteristics of modern Chinese culture development and the role of proletariate culture; national, scientific and popular culture and its meaning; the significance for building new democratic culture to deal the relationship between ancient Chinese culture and foreign culture...

This article analyses Mao Zedong thought on new democratic culture, including the relationship between new culture, new economics and new politics; the role of revolutionary culture in new democratic revolution; the historical characteristics of modern Chinese culture development and the role of proletariate culture; national, scientific and popular culture and its meaning; the significance for building new democratic culture to deal the relationship between ancient Chinese culture and foreign culture correctly; building work group and united front of revolutionary culture.

本文对毛泽东关于新民主主义文化的思想进行了梳理 ,着重阐明了以下几个问题 :新文化与新经济、新政治的关系及革命文化工作在新民主主义革命中的作用 ;现代中国文化发展的历史特点与无产阶级文化思想的地位 ;民族的、科学的、大众的文化及其内涵 ;正确对待中国古代文化和外国文化对新民主主义文化建设的意义 ;造就革命文化工作队伍与建立文化工作的统一战线。

Berkeley School, also known as Cultural Ecology School, was represented by Carl O. Sauer, one of the most outstanding American cultural and historical geographers, who served as the director of Department of Geography at the University of California, Berkeley, from 1923 to 1954. Under his leadership this active academic school had produced huge influences in geography and anthropology in North America from the 1920s to 1960s. The academic practice of Sauer could be classified into five categories: 1) agricultural...

Berkeley School, also known as Cultural Ecology School, was represented by Carl O. Sauer, one of the most outstanding American cultural and historical geographers, who served as the director of Department of Geography at the University of California, Berkeley, from 1923 to 1954. Under his leadership this active academic school had produced huge influences in geography and anthropology in North America from the 1920s to 1960s. The academic practice of Sauer could be classified into five categories: 1) agricultural origin and dispersal; 2) the relations between cultural landscapes and natural environments; 3) the researches on the early explorations of America; 4) human impacts on environments; and 5) the methodology of cultural ecology. Sauer's theory and practice in cultural ecology belongs to the logical positive study. He is interested in cultural landscapes and the relationship between the cultural landscapes and natural environments is the core theme in all his researches. When studying landscapes, he not only reveals the regional differentiation, but also emphases the origin and changing process of the cultural landscapes. He believes cultures play very important roles in shaping landscapes, and each unique cultural landscape deeply roots in the local environment. He thinks cultural landscape is built based on the natural landscape on one side, and it is also the creation of human culture on another side. Sauer insists that all cultural landscapes have the genetic or historical characteristics. Cultural landscape is formed and shaped throughout the time sequence. At the different time intervals, the cultural landscape is different. One cultural landscape is the result of the former landscape, and it is also the beginning and condition of the next one. So if we want to well understand the current cultural landscape, we need to know the historical changing process of the landscape. From the 1970s on, Berkeley School declined gradually and Sauer's ideas were abandoned finally in North America, the discussion on the geographical imagination has replaced the early logical positive studies. In some situation, Sauer even becomes the whipping target of post modernism scholars. Actually, geographical facts and imagination are the two aspects of one geographical question, they are complementary but not expelled. From this point of view, Sauer's works still have important meaning for the development of Chinese geography.

“伯克利学派” ,又称“文化生态学派” ,是一个由卡尔·苏尔创立的、具有广泛学术影响的美国人文地理学派 ,在欧美地理学界和文化人类学界曾产生过巨大影响。本文对伯克利学派创始人卡尔·苏尔的学术思想和学术实践作了系统的分析和总结。苏尔的学术研究主要包括五个部分 :1 )农业起源问题研究 ;2 )文化景观与生态环境相互关系的研究 ;3)美洲探险史和发现史研究 ;4 )人类对自然环境的改造 ;5 )文化生态学方法论探索。指导苏尔学术实践活动的核心思想 ,是他在《景观的形态》和《历史地理学序言》中系统阐述和倡导的文化生态学思想 ,这就是强调文化景观与生态环境之间有机联系的分析 ,重视文化景观的发生学或历史地理学的研究

 
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