Proceedings of the 2017 3rd International Conference on Economics, Social Science, Arts, Education and Management Engineering (ESSAEME 2017)

Research on Mechanisms of Targeted Poverty Alleviation Through Rural Tourism in Sichuan Minority Areas

Authors
Fulin Gui, Fan Yang, Yufeng Wang, Shuyue Lei
Corresponding Author
Fulin Gui
Available Online July 2017.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/essaeme-17.2017.193How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Rural tourism, Community participation, Targeted poverty alleviation, Minority Areas
Abstract
Rural tourism is an important handle for targeted poverty alleviation in minority areas in Sichuan, and is an important carrier to enhance the hematopoiesis function of targeted poverty alleviation. At present, the problems of targeted poverty alleviation in rural areas of Sichuan minority areas include unclear ideology understanding, low participation degree and imperfect participation mechanism. This paper analyzes the unique advantages of the ecological and cultural resources of Sichuan minority areas, points out the current situation and shortcomings of the develop mechanism of rural tourism from the perspective of community participation, and puts forward some countermeasures in the future. They include stabling rural infrastructure construction, strengthening rural tourism education and training, providing cultural products of rural and pastoral areas, building social participation platform and actively participating in multi-platform marketing.
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