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Commons Conversation — Gu Jiang, "Cultural Heritage & Cultural Consumption"
According to a survey conducted by the National Cultural Industry Research Center of Nanjing University in China and the UK, this paper uses the order logit model to discuss the influence of the intangible cultural cognition mode on the degree of Chinese and British cultural consumption that occurs while resident income increases. The results show that, generally speaking, the residential cognition degree of intangible cultural heritage in China is lower than that in the UK. The degree of cognition of intangible cultural heritage has a significant positive influence on the level of cultural consumption of Chinese and British residents. During the study of the intangible cultural cognition mode, the results show that the cognition mode cultivated by family upbringing and school education have a positive and significant influence on the cultural consumption level of Chinese residents.

Oct 12, 2020 05:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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