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《Journal of Guangzhou University(Social Science Edition)》 2009-12
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Path-dependence analysis of the secularization of China's corruption

BU Wanhong (Research Centre for Government Integrity Building,Henan University,Kaifeng Henan 475001,China)  
At present,corruption is not only manifested in the country's political and economic life,but also in social life.It has impact on some members' thinking and behavior,and tends to be secularized.We must remain vigilant about the fact that our country's cultural traditions,political system and social structure provide a path dependence for secular corruption.The fundamental policy to avoid it is to vigorously promote institutional innovation,continuously enhance the capacity of party members against corruption,create an atmosphere against corruption,and severely crack down and punish corruption.
【CateGory Index】: D630.9
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