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Does studying in Hong Kong affect the ideological preferences of Chinese mainland undergraduates?

Chong, Terence Tai Leung and Zeng, Hanrui (2018): Does studying in Hong Kong affect the ideological preferences of Chinese mainland undergraduates? Published in: Economic and Political Studies, , Vol. 6, No. 4 (1 December 2018): pp. 431-444.

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Abstract

This paper investigates the ideological preferences of Chinese undergraduate students in relation to where they attend university. 101 survey responses are collected, and propensity score matching is used to filter the raw data. Regression results of ideological preferences on different dimensions using the ordinary least squares method reveal suggestive evidence that studying in Hong Kong will significantly liberalise the ideological preferences of Chinese mainland students in the political, economic, and cultural dimensions.

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