The Practical Dilemma and Method Analysis of the Community Consultation and Communication Mechanism in Rural China in this New Era
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Keywords

New era
Community consultation
Communication mechanism
China’s rural areas
Practical method

DOI

10.36922/ssr.v3i2.1112

Abstract

Based on the fact that construction of socialism with Chinese characteristics has entered a new era, ways to deal with the practical problems in the rural community governance practice since the new era, especially how to mediate the disputes and contradictions between the rural community subjects in the governance process, seems urgent. This article focuses on the low level of mass participation in the rural community consultation and communication mechanism in the new era, insufficient construction of consultation and communication platforms, unclear content of consultation and communication, and lack of supervision and feedback. In this new era, China’s rural community consultation and communication mechanism has taken a more practical method.

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