Constructing the Grass-roots Cooperative Governance Network in Chinese Villages: A Case Study of Baini, Sanshui, Foshan, Guangdong Province

SHU-WANG ZHANG, QIU-TING YANG, JEFF WANG

Abstract


The study is based on the single-case of Baini, Sanshui, Guangdong province. It reveals that traditional human resource embedded in grass-roots society governance is effective. It can operate steadily with lower costs and higher-level participant of the masses. With the guidance of the common purpose-hometown construction, more and more people and social resource were attracted to take part in public affairs governance. It is a political process to maximize public interests, and conforms to the principle of group identification and good governance.

Keywords


Grass-roots governance, Traditional human resource, Hometown construction, Good governance.


DOI
10.12783/dtssehs/seme2017/18052

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