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Tuesday
09
FEB

01:15 PM

Mind the Gap!

Mass-Elite Discrepancies in Old and New Democracies

Dr. Jaemin Shim, Hong Kong Baptist University, Department of Government and International Studies

During the lecture, the lecturer will show that mass-elite discrepancies have been embedded in numerous old and new democracies and demonstrate why both quantitative (e.g. different degrees) and qualitative (structure, timing, and sub-components) aspects of discrepancies need to be investigated simultaneously. Moreover, based on a meta-analysis of both issue congruence and political cleavage literature (100 and 250 empirical works respectively), the lecturer will examine individual, party, historical, and system-level causes behind mass-elite discrepancies on key political divisions around the globe. Particular attention will be paid to East Asian democracies.

Streaming / Video URL

https://heiconf.uni-heidelberg.de/zmta-7tur-3nkr-xnzt

Organizer

Zentrum für Ostasienwissenschaften

Homepage Organizer

https://www.zo.uni-heidelberg.de

Contact

Institut für Sinologie

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