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Analysis of the Educational Value and Realization Path of Children’s Ballads in Hunan Culture

Siman Wen


Huxiang ballad is a popular ballad full of Huxiang culture and Huxiang elements in a specific historical period. It plays a positive role in the spread of Huxiang culture and the promotion of its spirit. The positive content, catchy melody and strong cultural deposits of the children’s ballads in Hunan culture make them show strong vitality in different historical periods, which is also the precious intangible cultural heritage of the Chinese nation. China is comprehensively promoting socialist modernization construction, fully carry forward the “four confidence”, we need to realize the Hunan culture children songs of education value, explore inheritance spread Hunan culture children songs and eff ectively realize the specifi c path of the value of education, for the healthy growth of children and Hunan culture the benign development of children songs lay a solid foundation.


Huxiang culture; Children’s ballad; Educational value; Realization path

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i14.8692