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|Other Titles: ||The relationship between state and society in Chinese mainland during modern transitional period : Chinese communist party reform itself|
|Authors: ||劉駿耀;Liu, Chun-yao|
|Issue Date: ||2010-01-10 23:28:17 (UTC+8)|
Among the many hot issues on China in recent years, state and society should be one of the most significant topics theoretically and practically speaking. How to establish a harmonious relation between state and society has been so far the most decisive problem for transitional China, the resolution of which is necessary prerequisite for the solution of many other issues. Thus state-society relationship has been an important perspective to view various problems in China’s political realities. With this analysis structure and research criteria, we can see clearly China’ each step along the road of modernization and democratization under the leadership of Chinese Communist Party, understand deeply the diverse problems in state and society as well as various bonds and limits on China’s progress.
Since the reforming and opening up policy in late 1970s, great changes have occurred in China’s political, economic, social and all other aspects. China has begun to come into a rapid transitional period. During this period, the concentration of power by the central party was broken, with society growing fast and strong. Some beneficial omens in state-society relationship have appeared, the most important of which are changes of government roles, self-governance of villagers, development of urban communities. These three “changes within regime” are permitted and driven by the central party, thus giving a great impact on traditional state-society relationship and a strong impetus to the painful progress of modern state-society relation shaping. As a result, the modern reform of transitional China as well as her political, economic, and cultural development has a close connection to these three aspects.
CCP’s self-innovation is the key factor of state-society relationship in transitional China. Growing with the change and progress of state-society relation, CCP’s self-innovation has its special logic. Although new signals have appeared in the 16th Convention, the implement of “Three Represents” is still the key of CCP’s self-innovation, and also the key to gain continuous political loyalty and support. CCP has receded from some areas with consciousness and strategy, giving up part of the power, and trying to change the status quo of concentrated political-economic system, uniform cultures and values, unitary state and society, as an active response to the society’s needs and pressures.
In such a global times, China’s marketing progress was powerfully pushed, awaking and strengthening the public’s democratic needs, and providing material basis for social self-governance. In order to pursue their own interests and wishes in a most effective way, the public tends to organize themselves, leading to the production and flourish of interest groups or namely, social groups. As the economy develops, the quality of such groups are growing fast, with the goals of which also more and more diverse, making China consequently coming into a new diverse times. At the same time, the close relations between the public and the world create more room to develop and make it more convenient to gain various resources. This will surely add some weight to society in the equitation of state and society, contributing to the harmonious development of state-society relations.#
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