The Research on Socialization of Public Affairs Administration

Jie MA


Socialization is the fundamental value orientation of public affairs administration reform. This article denies the view of simply equalizing socialization to marketization or nongovernmental practice and indicates that the essence of socialization is to break the pattern of government functions and public affairs integration, endow public affairs organizations legal entity status, introduce competition mechanism and enlarges nongovernmental participation space, and then provide public affairs services for general citizens efficiently. It, based on analyzing essential connotation and fundamental motivation of socialization, highlights the discussion on the symbols to measure socialization as well as the approaches to promote socialization.Keywords: public affairs administration; socialization; symbol; and approach


public affairs administration; socialization; symbol; and approach

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