| 2.1 Bargaining model of democratization ||25|
| 2.2 Timeline of Hong Kong’s democratic development (1982-2000) ||29|
| 4.1 Spirals of mobilization and counter-mobilization between the democratic alliance and BPG ||85|
| 6.1 Hong Kong people’s degree of support for Chris Patten’s reform proposals 1992-4 ||126|
| 6.2 A synthetic model ||128|
| 7.1 Capitalization value of leading companies with representatives in the PC, SC or PL: proportion of the total value of all shares listed in Hong Kong’s stock market ||154|
| 7.2 Proportion of seats undertaken by different parties in the Preparatory Committee, Selection Committee and Provisional Legislature ||155|
| 7.3 Extent of overlapping between Preparatory Committee (PC) and Selection Committee (SC) ||156|
| 7.4 Party affiliations of the overlapping members of Preparatory Committee and Selection Committee ||157|
| 7.5 Occupations of the overlapping members of Preparatory Committee and Selection Committee ||157|
| 8.1 Small sizes of memberships of two pro-democracy parties ||174|
| 8.2 Hong Kong people’s trust in HKSAR Government (mid-1997-mid-2002) ||182|
| 8.3 Declining trend of Tung Chee-hwa’s ratings ||183|
| 8.4 Public support ratings of best-known political parties ||184|
| 9.1 Different phases of democratic development in Hong Kong (1982-2002) ||192|
| 9.2 Factors that limited popular support for democratization (1986-April 1989) ||203|
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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: vii.
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