Research on the Training Mode of Intangible Cultural Heritage Talents from the Perspective of Cultural Industry

-- Taking Chaozhou City as an Example

Authors

  • Run Su
  • Junbo Chen
  • Jinglan Xue
  • Mengmeng Jin
  • Li Chen
  • Wenxue Dong
  • Deyao Zheng
  • Xiaoqi Zhou
  • Xuefeng Xiang
  • Hongwei Li

Keywords:

Cultural Industry; Intangible Cultural Heritage Talents; Training Mode.

Abstract

Talent is the foundation of non-genetic inheritance and development. The formation and development of Chaozhou's cultural industry is inseparable from the support of intangible cultural heritage talents. Based on the perspective of cultural industry, this paper analyzes the current problems existing in the cultivation of intangible cultural heritage talents in Chaozhou, and further expounds the relationship between the development of cultural industries in Chaozhou and the cultivation of intangible cultural heritage talents, so as to explore and propose three modes of intangible cultural heritage talent training including government-led, college or secondary vocational school acceptance type, industry-enterprise participation.

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Published

07-11-2022

How to Cite

Su, R., Chen, J., Xue, J., Jin, M., Chen, L., Dong, W., Zheng, D., Zhou, X., Xiang, X., & Li, H. (2022). Research on the Training Mode of Intangible Cultural Heritage Talents from the Perspective of Cultural Industry: -- Taking Chaozhou City as an Example. BCP Education & Psychology, 7, 34–42. Retrieved from http://bcpublication.org/index.php/EP/article/view/2604