By Jiangshan Fang
By analyzing social transformation and political participation theories, this publication makes a speciality of the center inspiration of non-institutional political participation, that's labeled into varieties: prompted participation and imposed participation. This type has replaced the culture of dichotomizing political participation as both criminal or unlawful and enriched the conceptualization of political participation. in line with an research of the features of chinese language peasants and the family members among pursuits, authority and political participation, the booklet examines the adjustments in curiosity buildings and modes of keep watch over in rural China in the course of the transformation interval, and proposes a political participation version equipped upon mutual benefits.
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24 Although definitions of political participation vary, the government and the citizens always oppose each other during the latter’s political participation. From the perspective of social control, political participation not only represents citizens’ control of the government, but also means that governments can control citizens by involving them in government institutions. There are some relatively common problems which can be called “flaws” related to political participation in most studies: (i) Voting is taken as the indicator of political participation with high voter turnout indicating the high level of political participation and then determining the degree of democracy; (ii) the study of the abnormal phenomena of political participation as a form of control used by both a government and its citizens is ignored, especially the study of the abnormal behavior of the government in political participation.
5 They can also be considered three different methods, namely formalism, substantialism, and Marxism. C. Huang explains the three different features of peasants in prerevolutionary China. First of all, a typical peasant mainly produced for direct household consumption. The production decisions he made were partly based on his household needs. In this respect, he was very different from modern urban residents, for whom production, consumption, work, and living were all separate. Second, he was also profit driven, because he produced in part for the market, and thus had to base production decisions on prices, supply and demand, and costs and returns.
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