Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference on Public Management (icpm-14)

The Governance of Mass Incidents under the Background ofSocial Transition in China Based on the Theory of Political Stability

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Xiao Bin
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Available Online August 2014.
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Keywords
The theory political stability; Mass incidents; governance
Abstract
At present, China is in thecrucial period of modernizing development. It appearsnot only a golden opportunity for development, but also obvious contradiction and mass incidents during this period. Government how to realize the self-improvementof political system, to implement self-enhancement of government's ability, as the leading role of disposing mass incidents, is the key to effective governance of China’smass incidents. The theory of political stability of Huntington, based on the construction of powerful government, provides a good reference for the governance of China’s mass incidents, that in order to keepbalance relatively between the demand of public political participation and the political institutionalization levels
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Volume Title
Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference on Public Management (icpm-14)
Series
Advances in Economics, Business and Management Research
Publication Date
August 2014
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978-94-62520-20-2
ISSN
2352-5428
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