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范薇   社会科学文献出版社  2019-05 出版
ISBN:978-7-5201-4490-2
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作为美国历史的遗留问题,印第安保留地是联邦体制下地位特殊又富含争议的自治制度。笔者历经艰辛通过美国西北海岸S部落的调研审批,对其自治体制进行了长达2年的田野调查。通过对文本分析、实地观察、问卷调查、结构性访谈和非结构性访谈等多种研究方法的运用,本书以公共治理的善治要素为依据,对S部落自治体制下各级机构的产生、领导、预算和人事管理机制进行了详细的分项考察,在总结S部落自治体制的独特经验与严峻挑战后,提出了有针对性的完善建议。
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  • 摘要
  • Abstract
  • 第一章 导论
    1. 第一节 选题背景及问题的提出
    2. 第二节 核心概念解析
    3. 第三节 研究设计
    4. 第四节 研究意义与不足
  • 第二章 国内外文献综述
    1. 第一节 国外文献综述
    2. 第二节 国内文献综述
  • 第三章 对S部落全体成员大会的善治考察
    1. 第一节 S部落全体成员大会的制度建立
    2. 第二节 如何成为S部落全体成员大会的成员?
    3. 第三节 S部落全体成员大会的会议制度
    4. 第四节 对S部落全体成员大会的善治考察
    5. 第五节 完善S部落全体成员大会的制度建议
  • 第四章 对S部落管理委员会的善治考察
    1. 第一节 S部落管理委员会概述
    2. 第二节 对S部落管理委员会产生机制的善治考察
    3. 第三节 对S部落管理委员会领导机制的善治考察
    4. 第四节 对S部落管理委员会预算管理机制的善治考察
    5. 第五节 完善S部落管理委员会的制度建议
  • 第五章 对S部落中层结构的善治考察
    1. 第一节 对S部落专门委员会的善治考察
    2. 第二节 对S部落总经理制度的善治考察
  • 第六章 对S部落基层结构的善治考察
    1. 第一节 S部落基层结构概述
    2. 第二节 对S部落基层结构产生机制的善治考察
    3. 第三节 对S部落基层结构领导机制的善治考察
    4. 第四节 对S部落基层结构预算管理机制的善治考察
    5. 第五节 对S部落基层结构人事管理机制的善治考察
    6. 第六节 完善S部落基层部门的制度建议
  • 第七章 结语
    1. 第一节 结论
    2. 第二节 讨论
    3. 第三节 研究展望
  • 附录1 调研自荐表
  • 附录2 调研保密承诺
  • 附录3 问卷调查表
  • 附录4 结构性访谈提纲
  • 后记
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