|1 Studying Hong Kong from a comparative perspective: an anomaly for modernization theory (1980-mid-2002) ||1|
|2 Hong Kong’s democratization: outcome of bargaining among multiple actors ||19|
|3 Why was Hong Kong an anomaly before 1984? Lack of top-down and bottom-up democratization (1946-84) ||31|
|4 Britain’s first retreat from rapid democratization and formation of the first pro-democratic alliance ||65|
|5 Growing vibrancy of society-led democratic reform: polarization, compromise and decisions over Hong Kong’s democratization (late-1986-90) ||94|
|6 Renewed British-led democratic reform from 1992 to 1994: ambivalence in public support for democratic reform ||123|
|7 Decline in popular mobilization for democracy and emergence of PRC-initiated democratic reversal (1992-7) ||143|
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Book title: Hong Kong's Tortuous Democratization: A Comparative Analysis.
Contributors: Ming Sing - Author.
Publisher: Routledge Curzon.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 2004.
Page number: v.
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