Deconstruction and Reconstruction of “Administration” in Local Undergraduate Universities

Xiaoli ZHU


The “administration” of local undergraduate universities is mainly manifested in the administrative tendency of the management of government to universities and the administrative tendency of the internal management of universities. By deconstructing the common administrative problems and their causes in local undergraduate universities, the path of optimization of administrative management in local undergraduate universities will be explored. The purpose is to reshape the relationship between the government which provides the service and universities which are served. Also, the internal governance structure of administrative power and academic power in local undergraduate universities can be reconstructed.


Local undergraduate universities; Administration; Deconstruction; Reconstruction

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