By Ya'nan Wang, Puning Hao, Ting Liu, Juan Zhao, Yu Fang
Gathering contributions by way of best social improvement students, this document bargains a finished description of the nationwide improvement of cultural intake in China. by means of evaluating the once a year progress of cultural intake, GDP development, per-capita source of revenue development and discounts development, the authors demonstrate the disparity among city and rural parts when it comes to cultural intake, in addition to that among provinces. in response to an research of the established order of cultural intake in China, the ebook explores the line to a wealthy society and embellishing China’s cultural development.
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19 times higher than that of rural growth. The gap between urban and rural areas nationwide in terms of cultural consumption per capita growth has narrowed significantly, but it still exists. A comparison between urban and rural per capita absolute values and growth is only a kind of preliminary comparison. Nationwide growth in urban and rural per capita cultural consumption demands still needs to be put into the context of economic growth (using per capita GDP), livelihood improvements (shown by per capita income, total consumption, and accumulated savings) in order to make a more convincing comparison.
The degree of negative correlation was relatively high, and the “law” was basically established, in Shandong, Zhejiang, Anhui, Hunan, Chongqing, and Guizhou. Only in Inner Mongolia was the degree of negative correlation relatively low, and in Jilin there was a weak positive correlation. This also revealed a phenomenon: the longer the time of the investigation, the more significant and widespread this “law” seems to be. At the same time, using the background database to do a complete analysis on each major city from 2006 (the year 2005 is not counted in the annual city data count), there are 27 cities which have a very high degree of negative correlation, universally establishing this “law”; within these, 20 of the cities have an extremely high degree of negative correlation.
This is sufficient to show that nationwide rural cultural consumption demand has experienced weak growth. However, in order to obtain the reason why there is an imbalance in nationwide urban and rural growth, we still need to rule out the factor of changes in population distribution brought about my urbanization in order to precisely measure per capita growth trends in urban and rural areas. Whether looking only at the “Ninth Five-Year Plan”, “Tenth Five-Year Plan” and “Eleventh Five-Year Plan” periods, or viewing the last 21 years as a whole, the average annual growth of total nationwide urban cultural consumption is much higher than that of rural growth.