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International Journal of Frontiers in Sociology, 2022, 4(11); doi: 10.25236/IJFS.2022.041116.

Research and Innovation of Ethnic Policy Based on Marxist Ethnic Theory


Lei Geng

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Lei Geng

The Party School of CPC Urumqi Municipal Committee, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Urumqi City, 830026, China


Marxism believes that all nationalities, big or small, should be equal. Since the founding of the Communist Party of China 100 years ago, in various historical periods of revolution, construction and Reform in China, the Communist Party of China has formulated a series of effective ethnic policies to solve China's ethnic problems by combining Marxist Ethnic Theory with the specific reality of China's ethnic and ethnic issues. This paper analyzes the ethnic policy of Marxist ethnic theory through the practice of the CPC's ethnic policy in Tibet and Xinjiang.Tibet and Xinjiang are two autonomous regions of ethnic minorities in China. The introduction of Marxist Ethnic Theory and policies into regional ethnic autonomy in Tibet and Xinjiang is not only a great initiative, but also an important measure taken according to the specific conditions of Tibet and Xinjiang. Ethnic equality is the basic premise and the fundamental principle of China's ethnic policy; National unity is the basic means and the general principle of China's national policy; Regional ethnic autonomy is not only the basic policy of China's ethnic policy, but also the fundamental system to solve China's ethnic problems; National Development and prosperity is the basic purpose of China's national policy and the fundamental way to solve China's national problems.


Marxism, Ethnic Policy, The Communist Party

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Lei Geng. Research and Innovation of Ethnic Policy Based on Marxist Ethnic Theory. International Journal of Frontiers in Sociology (2022), Vol. 4, Issue 11: 88-92. https://doi.org/10.25236/IJFS.2022.041116.


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