Study on the Problem of Community Construction of Northeast Resource-Oriented Cities in the Visual Angle of Field

Yunfei GAO

Abstract


In recent years, community study especially community construction and community development has been current hot topic. In period of economic system shunt and social transformation, the development of Chinese cities exist huge otherness in clime, economy and degree of social development. Because of its special history and structure, community construction has shown the exigency and significance of resource-oriented cities in Northeast. But, resource-oriented cities have many contravention and conflicts in community construction, this affects embedded development of community construction. So, this text set community conflict as start, try to find the root of community conflict from the visual angle of field and redesign project of community construction.


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Resource-oriented cities; Field; Community construction

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