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DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/jhass.2022.09.016

Research on the Coordinated Co-governance of Rural Grassroots Multi-subjects under the Background of Rural Revitalization Strategy

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Mengyue Yang

Northwest University of Political Science and Law, Shaanxi, Xi’an, China.

*Corresponding author: Mengyue Yang

Abstract

With the sustained and high-quality development of social and economy, under the background of rural revitalization, a new pattern of rural grassroots social governance has taken shape, and the coordinated governance of grassroots affairs by multiple subjects has become the new normal. In the new governance pattern and background of joint construction, joint governance and shared benefits in the new era, the inevitable choice of rural grassroots governance is to focus on the reconstruction of governance subjects, so that the subjects can cooperate and cooperate with each other, and then truly play the important role of synergy. But under the influence of various complex factors, multiple subject collaborative governance environment complex, grassroots governance concept bound more obstacles, grassroots governance functions, chaos, need to change from grassroots government leading ideas, clear government management and the boundaries of public autonomy, clear leadership and multiple subject authority, improve the rural grassroots legal system and system of autonomy and other aspects to improve, to ensure the rural grassroots multiple subject to work in grassroots social efficient operation, achieve multiple subject collaborative play their maximum utility of the new situation.

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Research on the Coordinated Co-governance of Rural Grassroots Multi-subjects under the Background of Rural Revitalization Strategy

How to cite this paper: Mengyue Yang. (2022) Research on the Coordinated Co-governance of Rural Grassroots Multi-subjects under the Background of Rural Revitalization Strategy. Journal of Humanities, Arts and Social Science6(3), 395-398.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/jhass.2022.09.016

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