Study on Extraction and Genealogical Construction of Henan "Cultural Genes" of Yellow River and their Educational Dissemination Pathways
Cultural Genes" of Yellow River and their Educational Dissemination Pathways
This study applies the cultural gene theory to preserving and inheriting Henan Yellow River cultural heritage, aiming to provide insights for the thorough exploration and optimal utilization of Yellow River cultural heritage resources. The extraction of Henan Yellow River cultural genes follows a process akin to extracting product genes in biological, genetic engineering. Utilizing reverse translation of instances of Henan Yellow River cultural elements and reverse transcription of instance populations, the Henan Yellow River cultural genes are extracted. A genealogy for constructing Henan Yellow River cultural heritage is established through the associative construction of genetic elements. The cultural genes are categorized and organized into three types which are core genes, ancillary genes, and hybrid genes. Tailored educational and communicative strategies can be adopted for different gene types, thereby offering a reference for the inheritance and preservation of Henan Yellow River cultural heritage and facilitating practical applications in relevant domains.
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