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Research on the development problems China non-governmental organizations from the perspective of Deliberative Democracy

Author: QiuJiaLong
Tutor: LouShuWang
School: Shandong Normal University
Course: Chinese and foreign political system
Keywords: Deliberative democracy non-governmental organizations government
CLC: D632.9
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2014
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Abstract


Since the establishment of human society, so far,250~300million years ofhistory. From the primitive democracy to the present socialist democracy, Chinese insocial management and the national management has the basic realization ofdemocracy, Comrade Deng Xiaoping pointed out:"no socialism without democracy,there would be no socialist modernization." Therefore the development of democracyrelated to all aspects of society, and as the representative of social power--the nongovernmental organization is how to use the theory of deliberative democracyprogress in its own development is worthy of our study. From the current reformprocess, China reform in the economic field has been basically established a socialistmarket economy: in the political field, the direction of reform development Chinasocialist democratic politics has been determined; today, reform of the focus fromeconomic sphere to the social field, one is called "the new historical stage socialreform" is slowly began, and social reform is guided by the government, but in theend cannot do without social forces, only the establishment of an effective interactionnetwork between government, market and civil society, give full play to the role ofnon-governmental organizations, in order to further promote the democratization,change in order to achieve society. The purpose of this study is to analyze thelegitimacy of the existence of non-governmental organizations from the view ofdeliberative democracy, and the development of this kind of organization in the Chinaand non governmental organizations and the government’s consultation andcooperation, so as to determine the future direction of development of nongovernmental organizations.Since entering the era of rapid development of society, rapid economicdevelopment has brought great social change makes the gradual disintegration of theexisting social structure and social reconstruction imperative. After entering thecountry ’s reform and opening period, changes in the various aspects of economic,political, cultural and social described by leaps and bounds. The nature ofdevelopment is the demise of the old things, the birth of new things. The disintegration of the old social structure, must be replaced by a new social structure,so as to produce an important force for social reconstruction of NGO ’s formalresponse to the trend of great social change.Compared with the development of non governmental organizations and thewestern Chinese, our country is still at the primary stage of development, at the sametime, many experts and scholars have pointed out that: non governmentalorganizations Chinese does not exist in the strict sense of the western concept of. Butunder the trend of globalization, the development of non-government organizationsneed beyond the borders, the rise of the western theory of deliberative democracy inthe late twentieth Century, also indicates that the relationship between state andsociety will become the future direction of the research. Based on the theory ofdeliberative democracy in height, looking at the development of Chinanon-governmental organizations is very theoretical significance.In this paper, based on the perspective of deliberative democracy is taken intoaccount, the development of non-government organizations cannot do without thegame with the government, in consultation with the theory of democracy in the gamewill be more practical, I think, the future development China non-governmentalorganizations can smoothly, build a harmonious relationship between government andnon-government organization and whether there is inevitable contact, and therelationship between the two can be established on the basis of the theory ofdeliberative democracy, is also related to the future of non governmentalorganizations in China social reform forward on the road to the role of.

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