Hong Kong students’ attitudes to protest

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Abstract

Successive international research shows that young Hong Kong students show little interest in political engagement, more interest in social engagement and a rejection of illegal protest. Yet ten year later the same students engage in illegal activities in order to advance the cause of democracy. This paper will draw on quantitative and qualitative data to try and explain these changing political behaviors.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2015

Citation

Kennedy, K. (2015, July). Hong Kong students’ attitudes to protest. Paper presented at the 14th European Congress of Psychology (ECP2015): Linking technology and psychology: feeding the mind energy for life, Teatro degli Arcimboldi, Milan, Italy.

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