To implement party constitution and to exert the advanced exemplary function of commies is the need to consolidate of maintaining commies' advanced nature education accomplishment,and also is the basic requirement to consolidate administrative fundament and administrative position of the party.
To make this organization manifest the advanced nature and provide with forceful organization guarantee for constructing socialistic new countryside,must to reinforce on grass-roots party's organization in countryside and commies team construction,and take the work about develop commies for main content make efforts to build a squad of commies that the structure being reasonable,so that ensure the advanced nature of countryside party's main body of team.
To accelerate grass-roots party's construction must center round the party and state's radical strategic deployments,consolidate and develop the achievements of the commies in advanced nature education activities,regard reinforcing the administration capability of grass-roots party's organizations and advanced nature construction as pivot,constantly enhance innovative consciousness,and entirely prod the commies and grass-roots party's organization to keep the advanced nature.
Secondly, party members are enrolled in different community or political organizations (Vorfeldorganisationen) like trade unions, trade associations, citizens' groups, volunteer fire departments etc.
Today, party members are bound to their milieus less by their occupational position than by their membership in linkage organizations.
Given this strong effect of rank on other behaviours and given the strong dependency of rank on social context, the choice of the right party members may be a crucial factor in the fission-fusion processes of free-ranging bonobos.
The professors made up a heterogeneous group that included "democratic fighters" like Wen Yiduo and "faithful party members" like Yao Congwu.
The expected utility for party members is analyzed under these two cases.
Anotherfinding is that there existed no directconnection between party membership andpromotion of the state ideology.
When other information about the candidates' party membership and stands on specific issues was available, however, the candidates' attractiveness had no effect on the evaluations of them.
When subjects were asked to make comparative judgments of two candidates, however, they based their judgments on each candidate's party membership and not on their respective voting records.
In contrast, this paper shows that in the absence of differential costs of membership among parties (that is, if party membership ischeap talk), party labels cannot perfectly signal the ideologies of candidates.
This paper proposes and analyzes a model of how the behaviorof voters and that of potential party activists togetherdetermine party membership and the ideological characteristicsof party platforms.