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Is It Possible for Government and Society Co-Governance Come True?—Take the Town of Houjie, Dongguan City, as an Example

DOI: 10.4236/jss.2019.72022, PP. 284-297

Keywords: Participatory Governance, Government and Society Achieve Co-Governance, Maintain Public Order by the Whole Society

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As a kind of promotion theory of strong democracy and deliberative democracy, participatory governance is characterized by emphasizing the flattening, empowerment, participation, government-social cooperation of government management organizations. This paper is intended to be in Houjie Town, Dongguan City, Guangdong Province in 2016. The “Internet + National Chuangan” initiated in the year is a research case. The analysis of the successful reasons and the promotion of “Houjie Sample” from the perspective of participatory governance provide a possibility for all grassroots governments to realize social governance innovation.

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