Li Xuan1, Zhou Sunyou1, Wei Xilei3, Ma Muxi2, Gong Xiayi2
1College of Resources and Environmental Sciences, Gansu Agricultural University, Lanzhou, Gansu, 730000, China
2College of Management, Gansu Agricultural University, Lanzhou, Gansu, 730000, China
3Faculty of Humanities, Gansu Agricultural University, Lanzhou, Gansu, 730000, China
With the development of industry and commerce, the rise of cities and the spread of urban civilization began. Cities are the main components of human civilization and develop with the advancement of human society and technology. The degree of urbanization is a necessary standard to measure the economic, social, cultural, and technological development of a country and a region. Urbanization refers to transforming the agricultural population into the non-agricultural population, agricultural regions into non-agricultural regions, and agricultural activities into non-agricultural activities. It includes not only the transfer of people and the change of development mode but also the change of geographical space and lifestyle. China's urbanization mainly began in the late 1970s after the “reform and opening-up.” Unlike the traditional concept of urbanization, the new-type urbanization strategy focuses on farmers and covers rural regions, gradually and effectively solving China's unique social development problems. In countries where residents' self-government is practiced, the city's government and social governance all fall on the community management organization - the sub-district office. China's economic development has entered a new stage, and significant breakthroughs have been made in reforming the economic system. Especially after the establishment of the socialist market economic system, some deep-rooted problems in the field of social governance have become increasingly prominent. This paper elaborates on the status quo, concerns, goals, and prospects of community management based on the new-type urbanization strategy in detail and provides a direction for China's policy on community management.
New-type urbanization; Community management; Modernization
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