Social Management In China

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The basic attribute of the government determines that it is a basic duty of the government to manage the public affairs in any society, and it is also the basic content and the main form of the government 's social management functions. In modern society, the government maybe not the only subject of the management of public affairs, but based on the government 's basic attribute and market economy, the government 's specific position determines that the government is the most basic organization in the management system, but also the core of the whole management system. Government social management is the primary goal of social justice. “China is a one-party state; the Chinese Communist Party is the ruling party. The people 's Congress system …show more content…
It belongs to the people, the state administrative organization, the judicial apparatus and procuratorial authority are all produced by the people 's Congress.” (china.org). The core of this system is to ensure that all power of the state belongs to the people, and people through the people 's Congress to participate in the management of state affairs. Under such a system, it is beneficial to the centralized treatment and supervision of public affairs. But because of the excessive concentration of power, it also leads to the emergence of many problems in the practice of public affairs; and people do not have a direct right to exercise their power.

China 's political system is a "characteristic socialism" system which only could be applied to China, and this system has advantages and disadvantages for China 's national conditions (Wang, Liu & Xu, 2008). According to Dickson (2008), China is a one-party state, led by the Communist Party of china. In the operation mechanism of power China politics, the ruling party as a unified authority to deal with state power; the people 's
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The higher level of education in a country, the more knowledge that people gain, the more they could enhance people 's awareness of right and the value of democracy, and people are able to fulfill their democratic rights in the political life and social life. In contemporary China, the ruling class holds the power of leadership in education, which determines who can have the right to get education, which is bound to restrict the nature of the purpose of the education (Bush & Qiang, 2013). It could restrict the purpose of education, that is, the purpose of education in a certain political system may be only cultivated to obey and serve the ruling class. At the same time, the level of economic development of a country may restrict the scale, contents and methods of education. As Chen Feng (2000) states, China has a market economy system now, so China 's modern education is also inevitable with the nature of the market. However, production efficiency and the ratio of input and output may be the most concerned of the market economy, so this could be a beneficial effect on the development and reform of China 's education. As the socialist market economic system implemented in China has made the absolute equalitarianism under communism ended, also has made the benefit of

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