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Development Of Villagers' Autonomy And The Township Government Role - A Case Study Of Jiangsu Province On The Stove Village

Posted on:2002-10-12Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:H X BianFull Text:PDF
GTID:2206360032952131Subject:Political Theory
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This article analyzes the relations between villager's self-government and township administration which are based on the Shangzao village in the north of Jiangsu province. It consists of six parts. The first part primarily passes the background of Shangzao village. The summary of politics, economy and culture about the town and its subordinate village foreshadows the following positive analysis. The second part reviews the history of villager's self-government in Shangzao village. There three aspects are considered which consists of the development of democratic election of villager's committee, the establishment and standardization of democratic regulations of village, and the function and work of villagers?representative assembly. The third, fourth and fifth parts primarily analyze success and failure of villager's self-government when it works. These parts also study positive and negative roles of township administration during this course. The author thinks the elimination of above-mentioned negative roles is conducive to the development of villager's self-government. The sixth part draws conclusion that successful involvement should be taken into account. If not, villager's self-government would be restricted seriously. Bian Haixia (Politics theory) Directed by associate professor Qian Zhenming...
Keywords/Search Tags:villager's self-government, township administration, democratic politics, political involvement, administrative interference.
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