How Can Community Autonomy under the Guidance of Party Building be Possible?

-- Analysis based on Multiple Logical Frameworks


  • Siyu Zhu



Party Building Guidance, Community Autonomy, Social Integration, Bureaucracy


Leading Party building is the basic institutional arrangement of community governance in the new era. By constructing a multi-logic analysis framework, taking G community in rural area of Anhui as an example, the paper systematically analyzes how the leadership of Party building promotes the realization of community autonomy. The findings are as follows: political parties break down the contradictions and divide governance boundaries through a series of political mechanisms, so as to achieve the purpose of social integration; At the same time, the assessment target system and personnel system in the government organization provide effective administrative means for the realization of the intention of the ruling party. Finally, through the construction of public space and the cultivation of social organizations to reshape the community governance structure, stimulate the vitality of community governance. Therefore, the essence of community autonomy led by party building is the transformation process of subject behavior from isolation to benign interaction, relationship structure from "atomization" to organic connection, and institutional logic from discrete to co-evolution.


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How to Cite

Zhu, S. (2024). How Can Community Autonomy under the Guidance of Party Building be Possible? -- Analysis based on Multiple Logical Frameworks. Academic Journal of Management and Social Sciences, 7(3), 48-52.