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Volume 5:Social Governance - New Blueprint of Social Governance

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Language: English
Format: 23.2 x 15.8 x 2.2 cm
Page: 215
Publication Date: 09/2017
ISBN: 9787300246482, 7300246486
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This book sorts out and discusses the new ideas and strategies of the Party Central Committee with Xi Jinping as its core on social governance since the 18th National Congress. The book believes that the Party Central Committee with Xi Jinping as its core views the general trend and deals with major events, drawing a new blueprint for the social governance in the new stage. This blueprint can be summarized as four parts, namely 'problem consciousness', 'basic strategy', 'general requirement' and 'main content', and seven aspects. The seven aspects cover both overall and parts, primary and secondary, history and reality, abstract and concrete, theory and policy; with the content echoing to each other and the consistent logic, the seven aspects initially form a targeted theoretical system which has both historical vision and insight, and rich era characteristics.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Theoretical Guidance for Social Governance 1
Chapter One Keep Abreast of the Times and Solve the Problem 9
1.National Rejuvenation and Problem Consciousness of Social Governance 11
2.Transition Paradoxes and Central Task of Social Governance 17
3.Social Governance as a New Agenda in the New Era 23
4.Social Governance and Modernization of National Governance 27
Chapter Two Take the Correct Road and Promote Social Governance 33
1.The Road to National Rejuvenation and Social Governance 35
2."Five—in—One" and Social Governance's Position 40
3."Four Comprehensives" and Social Governance's Key Handholds 46
4.New Ideas on Development and Social Governance's Orientation 50
Chapter Three Center on People and Improve Ways of Governance 53
1.People—Centered Development Thought and Work Orientation 55
2.Transformation from Mass Campaign to Social Governance 63
3.Persevere in Efforts, Be Scientific and Efficient 71
4.Systematic, Law—Based, Comprehensive, and Source—Oriented Governance 76
Chapter Four Adjust Social Relationship to Co—construction and Sharing 85
1.From the "Class Issue" to "Stratum Issue" 87
2.Adjustments of Class and Stratum Policies since the Reform 94
3.New Ideas and Measures since the 18th CPC National Congress 98
4.Focus on Guaranteeing and Improving People's Livelihood 103
5.Constantly Enlarge the Middle—Income Stratum 108
6.Strengthen the Sense of Gain in Reform and Guide Social Expectation 114
Chapter Five Focus on Overall Situations of Development, Stimulate Social Vitality 121
1.Reliance upon People to Promote Reform 123
2.Social Organization Cultivation and Management 133
3.Community Governance and Construction 140
Chapter Six Based on Fairness and Justice, Resolve Social Conflicts 147
1.The Correct Grasp of the Relationship between Development and Stability 149
2.The Basic Situation of Current Social Contradictions in China 154
3.Take Fairness and Justice as a Foothold 160
4.Innovate in Institutional Arrangements with the Rule of Law as the Center 167
Chapter Seven Take the Complicated Situation into Consideration Comprehensively, to Consolidate National Security 181
1.The major procedures for constructing the national security after the 18th CPC National Congress 183
2.Xi Jinping's Overall National Security Concept 188
3.Implementation of the "Overall Nation Security Concept" 201
4.Overall control over social order and safe construction 204
5.Informatization, network governance, and network security 209
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In other words, against the back—drop of overtaking development, the transition paradox is to become more prominent and to generate tougher challenges.
Needless to say, the transition paradox is neither simply a question of development nor a question of order; rather, it is about striking a balance between those two social needs and avoiding partiality and detriment.Development comes down to a question of productive force, and order a question of relation of productivity.Therefore, the transition paradox is, in essence, the universal contradiction between productive force and production relation; it is a particular embodiment of that contradiction in social governance during overtaking modernization.
The contradiction between productive force and relation of productivity exists in every society.In this sense, the transition paradox will never perish.But there is nothing to be afraid of, because every society develops amidst contradictions.Being it socialist or capitalist, each society has contradictions, which are still the driven force behind the development of socialist society.The difference lies in the nature of contradictions.The key question is how to cope.
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