Education and Learning Guidelines for the Preservation and Protection of Qinghai Mongolian Folk Songs in China

  •  Genqiqige Meng    
  •  Sayam Chuangprakhon    


This study aims to develop comprehensive education and learning guidelines aimed at preserving and protecting Qinghai Mongolian folk songs in China within the broader context of intangible cultural heritage. With a strong theoretical foundation emphasizing the role of education, interdisciplinary approaches, and community engagement, this study employs a multidisciplinary methodology. This includes an extensive literature review, expert consultations, fieldwork, and case studies to develop comprehensive education and learning guidelines for the safeguarding of Qinghai Mongolian folk songs. The historical evolution of Mongolian folk songs, legal frameworks, collaborative efforts, government-led initiatives, the role of social forces, published resources, and higher education institutions all feature prominently in the research results. These findings align with the theoretical principles outlined in the literature review, emphasizing the importance of education, interdisciplinary approaches, and community engagement in ICH preservation. The education and learning guidelines generated by this research serve as a valuable framework for the sustainable protection of Qinghai Mongolian folk songs and offer insights applicable to the preservation of intangible cultural heritage globally.

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License.
  • ISSN(Print): 1927-5250
  • ISSN(Online): 1927-5269
  • Started: 2012
  • Frequency: bimonthly

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