Hong Kong's Tortuous Democratization: A Comparative Analysis

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Index

a
age-related attitudes to democratization 135 -7
Alliance in Support of the Patriotic Democracy Movement 118
Almond, G. A. 58 , 127 -8
Asian financial crisis 175 , 179 , 202 , 222
Association for Democracy and People’s Livelihood 146 , 155 , 171
authoritarian rule 23 -4, 44 -5, 50 , 63 , 126 , 128 , 163 , 172 , 184 , 189 , 210 , 219 -21

b
Bank of China 98
bargaining power 24 -8, 94 , 127 , 148 , 152 , 191 , 196 -7
Basic Law (1990) 2 , 8 , 10 , 73 -4, 94 -8, 106 , 112 -16, 145 , 158 -9, 164 -8, 185 , 191 , 208 , 221
Basic Law Consultative Committee (BLCC) 78 , 84 , 88 , 98 -9
Basic Law Drafting Committee (BLDC) 84 -5, 97 , 99 , 118
Bellin, E. 20
Bicameral Model 118
Bill of Rights 134
Blaker, Peter 37
bourgeoisie, the 87 -8, 198 , 211 -12
British influence on Hong Kong 10 - 11 , 31 , 34 -9, 124 , 154 , 201 , 207 -8, 219 -20
bureaucratic structures 38 - 45 , 49 - 50 , 60 , 63 , 99 , 105 , 107
business community 40 -4, 87 -8, 109 , 195 , 198 , 211 -12
Business and Professional Group (BPG) 78 , 84 -9, 95 , 98 - 102 , 114 , 117 -22, 204 , 208 , 212

c
Campaign for Chinese as an Official Language 83
case studies 28 - 30
Chan Siu Ping 178 -9
Chang Hung 179
Chief Executive of Hong Kong, post of 71 , 73 , 89 , 100 -3, 116 -18, 139 -40, 153 , 168 -71, 181 , 206 ;
see also Tung Chee- hwa
Chinese Communist Party (CCP) 204 -6, 211
Chinese Government:
attitude to Hong Kong 24 -6, 31 -4, 45 , 67 -72, 125 , 145 , 191 , 194 , 200 -2;
impact on Hong Kong’s democratization 65 -6, 71 -4, 92 -4, 97 , 112 -14, 118 , 122 -3, 143 -4, 152 -62, 189 , 203 -7
Chinese Manufacturers’ Association 101
Chu, Y. H. 210
Chun Doo-hwan 211 -16 passim
church organizations 54 -6, 214 -15
civil liberties 37 -8, 44 -6, 49 , 63 -4, 98 , 157 , 202 , 219 , 223
civil society 20 -2, 44 , 49 - 52 , 56 , 62 -4, 70 , 144 -52, 172 , 176 , 187 , 198 - 200 , 207 -9, 213 -19;
collective mobilization power of 194 -5
Collier, R. B. 20
colonialism and decolonization 34 -5, 38 - 41 , 66 , 123 , 207 , 222
communism, resistance to 54
Confucianism 10 - 11 , 209 , 216
corruption 219 -20
cost-benefit calculations 129
counter-social movement groups 97
Cradock, Sir Percy 207
cultural traditions 46

d
Darwin, J. 35
Democracy 2000 176 -81
Democratic Alliance for Betterment (DAB) of Hong Kong 165 , 170 -2, 175

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