Empirical Analysis of Rural Citizens’ Political Participation in the Underdeveloped Regions of Chinese Eastern Provinces

Zhenjun Mao

Abstract


The rural citizens’ political participation case of Xiaohe Village in Dezhou City of Shangdong Province indicates that in the underdeveloped rural regions of Chinese eastern provinces, rural citizens’ political participation has the characters such as the participation enthusiasm and organization degree are lower, the political participation degree and level are lower, and the probability of the non-systemization of political participation still exists. Only to enhance the rural citizens’ income, establish and perfect various political mechanisms, strengthen rural citizens’ comprehensive quality, reform and extend various political participation channels to satisfy rural citizens’ practical demands, the ordered development of rural citizens’ political participation could be drove powerfully.

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Asian Social Science   ISSN 1911-2017 (Print)   ISSN 1911-2025 (Online)

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