"Autonomy” Replacing “Heteronomy”: Transfer of Management Model of Urban Community

Jie Ma

Abstract


“Management model” is an important theoretical and practical proposition in study on urban community. Urban community is defined as a harmonious community with psychological and regional congruence. Rebuilding of a harmonious urban community is, as a matter of fact, a process of urban management model transferring from “heteronomy” to “autonomy”. Urban community autonomy means self-governance of self-organization on community affairs. Transfer of urban community management model is a systematic project with reformation significance. On one hand, generation of the autonomy model is not a simultaneous behavior, but is dependent on creation and accumulation of system, law, economy and organization, etc. On the other hand, selection of appropriate reform means is based on consideration of transfer conditions and development stages.

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

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