Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Public Management and Intelligent Society, PMIS 2024, 15–17 March 2024, Changsha, China

Research Article

How to improve the Sense of Security of Residents by Mass Prevention and Treatment --The Regulatory Effect of Social Trust

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/eai.15-3-2024.2346550,
        author={Yiting  Hou and Weijia  Ren and Yue  Xu and Yuhan  Zhang and Guoqi  Xu},
        title={How to improve the Sense of Security of Residents by Mass Prevention and Treatment --The Regulatory Effect of Social Trust},
        proceedings={Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Public Management and Intelligent Society, PMIS 2024, 15--17 March 2024, Changsha, China},
        publisher={EAI},
        proceedings_a={PMIS},
        year={2024},
        month={6},
        keywords={mass prevention and treatment; residents' sense of security; social trust},
        doi={10.4108/eai.15-3-2024.2346550}
    }
    
  • Yiting Hou
    Weijia Ren
    Yue Xu
    Yuhan Zhang
    Guoqi Xu
    Year: 2024
    How to improve the Sense of Security of Residents by Mass Prevention and Treatment --The Regulatory Effect of Social Trust
    PMIS
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.15-3-2024.2346550
Yiting Hou1,*, Weijia Ren1, Yue Xu1, Yuhan Zhang1, Guoqi Xu1
  • 1: China University of Mining & Technology
*Contact email: zun_sheng@qq.com

Abstract

Recently, there has been increasing attention given to grass-roots governance in order to enhance residents' sense of security and reinforce the establishment of a service-oriented government. Mass prevention and treatment has emerged as the primary approach for residents to participate in community governance. This study employed occasional sampling to conduct a survey of four types of communities: commercial housing, relocation housing, unit communities, and hybrid communities. A total of 543 questionnaires were distributed, and linear regression and regulatory effect analysis were utilized to investigate the influence of mass prevention and treatment on residents' sense of security, as well as social trust. Additionally, the study examined whether these factors have a positive influence on these outcomes. Ultimately, the findings suggest that mass prevention and treatment can enhance residents' sense of security, and social trust can further improve residents' sense of social security and food safety. However, the study found no significant impact on information security, traffic safety, and fire safety. Based on these conclusions, this article provides suggestions for future grass-roots governance, aiming to maximize the effectiveness of public participation in community governance to construct a more service-oriented government, promote societal development, and enhance residents' sense of security.