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On Characteristics of Patriarchal Culture of Royal Clan in Song Dynasty

Du YueHistory Department, Nantong Teacher College, Jiangsu Nantong 226007  
Royal Clan was an ever developing, improving social group in ancient history of our country. Song Dynasty was a mature period in its stair-like development. With the establishment of new patriarchal clan system, royal clan became a cultural symbol of patriarchal countries. People laid extreme emphasis on such values as cultivation of ones moral character; honoring the teacher and revering his teachings; and concern and devotion to people and ones own country. All this reflected the striking features of patriarchal culture of royal clan. So, royal clan in Song Dynasty not only created a society without “patriarchal disasters”, but also promoted the development of social culture as a whole with the steady improvement of itself.
【CateGory Index】: G112
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