Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies

Volume 8, Issue 4 (December 2020)

ISSN Print: 2328-4862   ISSN Online: 2328-4870

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Case Report

The Endogenous Mode of Beautiful Rural Construction: A Case of China

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DOI: 10.4236/jhrss.2020.84020    148 Downloads   359 Views  

ABSTRACT

[Objective] An endogenous mode (EM) for beautiful rural construction (BRC) considers the transformation of rural endogenous energy, and the rational choice of a Rural Revitalization Strategy (RRS). The driving force creating the endogenous mode comes from an actor network process, which is composed of new technology, new industry, and new business forms. The EM is also a process by which the combination of innovations by multiple actors replaces traditional simple exogenous innovation. [Methods] Focusing on Dalishu village (DLS) in China as a case study, this research analyzed the characteristics of endogenous energy transformation in an actor-network node into an endogenous mode of BRC, using a social network analysis method. This paper proposes the theoretical framework of an EM for BRC, which integrates all stakeholders, and promotes the transformation of the BRC mode from materialized productivity to the post-productivity of shared experiential services. [Result] EM is closely related to actor-network construction. The more centrally located the actor node is, the greater the transformation energy is, the higher the transformation efficiency is. The stronger the central potential of the entire network is, the stronger the sustainability of the endogenous mode is. [Conclusion] When considering the five strategic objectives of supply side structural reform, it is important to adjust the strong and weak relationships among different actors, strengthen the interaction among actors across network nodes, and improve the high-quality efficiency of EM. Cultivating actors with high transformation efficiency, strengthening the relationship between network participants, and planning and building a shared space can promote the role and change the status of actors, improving the efficiency of EM.

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Zheng, L. , Li, G. , Guo, Y. and Wang, H. (2020) The Endogenous Mode of Beautiful Rural Construction: A Case of China. Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies, 8, 349-370. doi: 10.4236/jhrss.2020.84020.

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