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Taking the rural landscapes of ethnic minorities as the research object, this article analyzes the research status of Chinese ethnic minorities rural landscapes via the method of Citespace. The research results indicate the fragmentation and theorization of the domestic rural landscapes, which is due to the lack of rural landscape assessment system from the perspective of domestic heritage. Hence, it leads to the disjunction between the landscape theory and practice, as well as the insufficiency of landscape man-land consciousness. As a result, this article intends to start from the perspective of rural landscape heritage. Through the analysis of domestic and foreign landscape cases, it initially constructs an ethnic minority rural landscape evaluation system from the heritage perspective, so as to promote the further integration and improvement of theory and practice in domestic ethnic minority landscape.
ethnic minority, rural heritage, cultural landscape, rural Landscape
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