Democratic Support and Cultural Values: An Empirical Study of Hong Kong and East Asian Societies
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摘要This article examines the possible negative impacts of two East Asian traditional values—the notion of paternalistic meritocracy and the instrumental perception of ideal political arrangements—on popular support for democracy in Hong Kong and East Asian societies. Based on data drawn from various surveys, East Asians are found to be quite attached to paternalistic meritocracy and democratic instrumentalism. Comparatively, Hong Kong people are less inclined to perceive democracy in a procedural way although they are less attached to paternalistic meritocracy. Regression analysis demonstrates a negative correlation between these two values, with a preference for democracy.
著者Kevin Tze-wai Wong, Victor Zheng
期刊名稱China
出版年份2018
月份5
卷號16
期次2
頁次111 - 132
國際標準期刊號0219-7472
電子國際標準期刊號0219-8614
語言英式英語
關鍵詞Paternalistic meritocracy, Instrumental perception, Democratic Support, Cultural Values

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