Political Participation in Hong Kong: Theoretical Issues and Historical Legacy
City University of Hong Kong Press, Jan 1, 1999 - Hong Kong (China) - 321 pages
Development of democracy is often taken to mean rising political participation in an open society. Containing historical data on political participation in Hong Kong since the colonial days, this book focuses on the discussion of the socio-cultural determinants of political participation in Hong Kong.
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