The Different Types of Residents and the Precedence Order of Community Mobilization
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Keywords

Residents’ participation
Community mobilization
The precedence order

DOI

10.36922/ssr.v3i2.1117

Abstract

Community development is inseparable from the residents’ participation. However, in the post unit society of China, community mobilization often encounters the dilemma of insufficient participation. Methods to put forward targeted community mobilization strategies according to the types of residents and their participation levels is the aim of this paper. The findings show that there are four types of residents: red armbands, masked men, followers and sarcasm men. Different types of residents have different participation level. Community mobilization needs not only targeted strategies that depends on the types of residents, but also a precedence order.

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