Research on the Religious Factors Study for Building Harmonious Society in Ethnic Areas
|School||Xinjiang Normal University|
|Course||Marxism Ethnic Theory and Policy|
|Keywords||religion Xinjiang harmonious society|
Ethnic Regions in China due to special historical, social, economic and other factors, the development of a long period of lagging behind the state, whether from economic or political point of view, the development of minority areas in national development occupies an important position, speed up the over all national economic and social development of regions, building a harmonious society in the minority areas of great significance. Construction of stable and orderly society, the promotion of national regional development, strengthen national unity, is an important guarantee of political stability, but also solve the problem of ethnic conflicts Region and the urgent need is a national region off society’s goals.Xinjiang is China’s multi-ethnic, multi-religious region. Religious factors often have a religious belief in those dominant nations. Religion on ethnic relations have a huge impact. Close ethnic and religious relations of this requires us to build a harmonious society frontier areas, and promote the harmonious development of ethnic relations, we must correctly understand and deal with religious issues.History and facts show that in multi-ethnic, multi-religious country, religion, ethnic relations that affect the direction of the various factors in the development of a very prominent factor. Religion itself has the "amplifier" of the duality of nature, not only may promote social harmony, the key is how the party and the government actively correctly guide to advantage.Actively guide religions to adapt to society, for the party and the government, according to policy guidance and management combined with the idea of doing religious work in harmony, and strive to tap the religion of the positive factors inherent in the maximum inhibition of its negative impacts; the religions themselves, in order to strengthen itself through continuous self-regulation to adapt to society and promote harmony.